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Local Dentistry in Marble Falls

Ritchie Dental Group specializes in local dentistry to provide special, personalized dental care to our Marble Falls, Texas dental patients. Ritchie Dental Group provides local dentistry to the city of Marble Falls in the state of Texas. We also provide local dentistry services to our neighboring areas including Burnet and Kingsland. Our most popular local

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Marble Falls Endodontics

Have you ever heard the phrase ‘I’d rather have a root canal’ to describe something painful or unpleasant? At Ritchie Dental Group, we perform a root canal (endodontic) therapy routinely for our Marble Falls dentistry patients and many report minimal discomfort. Root canal procedures have advanced significantly in recent years. For many Texas root canal

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Do I Floss My New Tooth Implant?

Do I need to change my flossing technique for a dental implant? Before you got a dental implant, hopefully, you were brushing at least twice a day and flossing daily. If you wore dentures, you should have been cleaning them with a denture paste and brushing the soft tissues in your mouth. A permanent dental

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How Can You Improve Your Smile Quickly?

Want to upgrade your smile in a hurry? With porcelain veneers, you can revamp your smile without significant restorative dental work. Porcelain veneers are glass-like, wafer-thin covers that are attached to the front of your teeth. Porcelain has been used in dentistry for many years because no other restorative material is such an excellent match

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What Is Laser Dentistry?

 The word “LASER” is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser device emits a powerful, highly concentrated beam of light. (Didn’t we all love the amazing laser weapons in ‘Star Wars?’) Lasers are used in hundreds of applications in almost every Texas industry, including communications, research, manufacturing, entertainment, and dentistry.

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What Is Necessary For A Dental Crown?

Dental crowns have been around for millennia and are still used to restore smiles today. Ancient dentists used ivory, bone, and seashells to make crowns for teeth. Evidence of gold crowns dates from 200 A.D. Porcelain crowns appeared in the 1800s. With the advancement of metal casting processes in the 1900s, crown technology took a

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Beware Of An Acidic Diet

Most Horseshoe Bay residents don’t often think of a tooth as a body part that fluctuates in strength. Our teeth seem to have a steady hardness and dependably grind food whenever we need them. However, teeth are dynamic organisms with chemical processes that occur continually. The protective enamel that covers the softer interior is made

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Attention Marble Falls Teens: Both Smoking And Vaping Put Your Smile At Risk

A recent study on the influences of e-cigarettes on oral health has more dismal news for people who believe vaping is less dangerous than smoking traditional cigarettes. In a study published in the journal Oncotarget, analysts concluded that e-cigarettes may cause chronic inflammation and permanent cellular deterioration. These conditions, in turn, can result in gum disease,

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Infancy Through Childhood: Instill Good Brushing Habits

New Marble Falls parents may be surprised by the American Dental Association’s recommendations on infant oral care. Parents are advised to begin brushing their baby’s teeth as soon as the first teeth emerge. After all, brand-new teeth are just as vulnerable to dental caries as older teeth. Parents are encourage to use a cloth and

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Teach Your Child Healthy Dental Habits

At Ritchie Dental Group, we believe that good dental care starts early in life, and we’re passionate about helping families establish healthy dental habits for children. By starting good dental care early, your child can avoid many dental health problems and have a healthy smile for life. In this blog post, we’ll share some tips

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