5 Tips for Healthier Gums

Read our blog post to discover tips for achieving healthier gums. Schedule a cleaning at our Austin dental office to improve your gum health!

Traditional String Floss vs. Floss Picks

Read our blog post to learn about string floss, floss picks, and the benefit of daily flossing! Our team can give your family tips and tricks to improve your oral care routine. Contact us for help supporting a clean and healthy smile.

No Dental Insurance, No Problem

Are you putting off dental treatment because you don’t have dental insurance? Check out our blog post to ease your financial worries. We offer affordable care for the entire family and accept financing through CareCredit. Your smile is worth it—contact our office to schedule your appointment!

Starting the New Year with Healthy Dental Habits

You’ve rung in the new year, and now it’s time to get serious about those resolutions you made. Read our blog post for a few tips to help you make sure your oral hygiene routine will have you smiling a beautiful smile in 2018. Don’t forget to call us to schedule your routine cleaning and exam at Southwest Smiles.

The Most Common Reasons People Avoid the Dentist

As dental professionals, we understand the fear and anxiety that some patients have about visiting the dentist. This anxiety can make people put their oral health on hold for years, and then they’ll only come to the dentist when they’re in severe pain from extreme tooth decay or some other ailment. We want to encourage … Continued

Dental Care Tips for College Kids

Going to college can be a major life-changing experience. What most young people forget when they go to college, though, is their dentist. We’re often one of the first people to be dropped once you leave your parents’ house! Since parents are usually the ones making your dental appointments, it can be easy to forget … Continued

Top Causes of Tooth Decay

Many people experience tooth decay at some point in their life. It’s a common misconception that aging causes tooth decay. Usually, it’s just that we do so many bad things to our teeth for so long that they eventually give out to decay and disease. In ancient times, many people didn’t experience as much tooth … Continued