Tuscaloosa Dental Blog

What Happens If You Have An Impacted Tooth?

added on: July 24, 2022

The term ‘impacted tooth’ refers to a tooth that was supposed to erupt yet hasn’t. As a result, the tooth can get trapped in the gums. Most commonly, impaction occurs with wisdom teeth, but the truth is any tooth can become impacted. So what exactly happens if you have an… Read More…

How Can I Change The Way My Teeth Look?

added on: July 15, 2022

Not white enough, not straight enough, not even enough – these are just a couple of things that tend to bother people about their teeth. If you’re someone who isn’t completely happy with the way your teeth look, you may shy away from fully smiling and enjoying life. Nobody should… Read More…

3 Steps to Take If Your Dentures Don’t Fit Properly

added on: June 20, 2022

Dentures can be a game-changer for many people. They can help restore appearance as well as confidence. Dentures can even help people enjoy the foods they were once unable to eat. Many patients find their dentures a comfortable solution to missing teeth, but there are times when a denture can… Read More…

The Link Between Smiling and Attraction

added on: February 17, 2016
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It’s the glimmer between strangers meeting eyes across the room. It’s the sparkle that lights up  a photograph. It can whisper sweet nothings. It can shout with enthusiasm. It can unite people in moments of warmth and magic. It’s a smile, and it’s the universal communicator of joy and connection…. Read More…

Can Your Smile Affect Your Career?

added on: January 20, 2016
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While we’d love to believe that looks aren’t everything, the truth is, they mean a lot. Especially when it comes to your smile. In fact, research has shown a direct correlation between a pretty smile and a successful career. Unfortunate? Yes. Truthful? Also yes. At our Tuscaloosa dental office, we’d… Read More…

Dr. Paul Diaz – Tuscaloosa’s Choice for Complete Dental Implant Placement

added on: September 19, 2013

If you are missing teeth and have been considering dental implants from your Tuscaloosa dentist, Dr. Paul Diaz, we have great news: Dr. Diaz is now an implant dentist. That’s right! Not only can Dr. Diaz design and restore your implant, he can now also surgically place the implant post…. Read More…

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