Dr. Robert Weygandt's Blog
January 1, 2019
We sometimes forget how lucky we are to live in the era of modern medicine. Take antibiotics. Before they existed, there was virtually no way to combat bacterial infections. Of course, everything comes with a price. For example, the antibiotic tetracycline can cause permanent tooth staining. Fortunately, a cosmetic dentist in Plano can help you to put this problem in the past.
November 22, 2018
When you look in the mirror, have you noticed your smile has lost its luster? Is tooth discoloration causing you to feel insecure about your appearance? You do not need to live with the results. When over-the-counter products fail to give you the improvement you want, it is time to see your cosmetic dentist in Plano for a professional whitening treatment. Depending on the cause of your stains, your teeth can become several shades whiter after just one appointment.
October 23, 2018
Talking to a cosmetic dentist in Plano is the first step to enjoying a better, brighter smile. One treatment option for many people is dental veneers. But veneers work best for people with strong, healthy teeth whose primary goal is aesthetic improvement. Other patients may first want to consider a different solution such as crowns, bridges or implants.
September 11, 2018
Are you ready to start your journey to improved oral health and confidence with Invisalign? That is great! Your cosmetic dentist in Plano will help you achieve the smile of your dreams using the most preferred orthodontic system for adults. While you are excited to get started, you still have several questions about what to expect during your treatment. To help you make the most of your clear aligners, there are some simple do’s and don’ts to keep in mind.
August 8, 2018
Going to your dentist in Plano can seem like a hassle. You might have to take a bit of time off work for your appointment, and then you’ll have to sit still while a stranger pokes around in your mouth. Plus, you always brush your teeth, so you don’t think it’s necessary to see your dentist regularly. Really, there are plenty of excuses for skipping routine dental appointments — but watch out! If you don’t keep up with your regular checkups and cleanings, you could face some serious consequences.
July 24, 2018
When your dentist tells patients to brush twice a day, floss, and visit him every six months, he isn’t only giving you the steps to keeping the best oral health possible. He’s also helping you prevent other serious diseases from developing without your knowledge. Research has shown that 90 percent of all systemic diseases hold oral manifestations, so the mouth is very much a window to the health of the rest of your body.
Today, your dentist in Plano explains why oral health needs to be taken as seriously as your overall health.