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Let a Quality Fort Worth Sedation Dentist Calm Your Dental Fears

The best news about sedation dentistry is that it's possible to catch up on years of neglect in just one or two appointments.

Because you're calmly sedated, Fort Worth sedation dentist Dr. Snider is able to provide all of the care that you've been missing, restoring your oral health quickly and easily. Ask us about conscious sedation to help relieve the stress of some cosmetic dentistry procedures. We also provide dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and wisdom teeth.

Regular dental appointments are essential to your overall health. At Lake Country Dental we know that those who avoid the dentist have an increased risk of tooth decay and gum disease, and that poor dental health can increase your risk of heart disease. Our patients can often get years' worth of dental treatments done in one or two stress-free sessions.

If you're looking for help in dealing with dental phobia, call us today at (817) 236-8771. Or fill out our online form for easy scheduling. We have several payment options and we're available when it's convenient for you.

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Beautiful cosmetic results

One of the first things people notice is your smile. All it takes is a single appointment or two with Fort Worth area dentist Ray Snider, D.D.S., and you, too, can have the winning, healthy-looking smile you've always wanted. The beautiful cosmetic results you'll get from Lake Country Dental can be immediate and dramatic!

Natural-looking dental implants

Lake Country Dental is a trusted Fort Worth area dental implants practice providing natural-looking, comfortable tooth replacement. We make it our mission to use a gentle touch during the process.

We hold ourselves to the highest standards to replace missing teeth and provide you with natural-looking results. Our goal is to restore your confidence and your bright, healthy smile.

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CEREC Natural-Looking Tooth Restorations

Now damaged teeth can be restored in a single visit, usually in about one hour, with a durable ceramic material that matches the natural color of your other teeth.

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The Zoom! In-Office Whitening System is a revolutionary tooth whitening dentistry procedure, it's safe, effective and fast, very fast. In just over an hour, your teeth will be dramatically whiter.

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ViziLite Plus - Better Screening Saves Lives

The newest tool in the fight against oral disease is the ViziLite Plus oral lesion identification and marking system. ViziLite Plus makes oral screening more comprehensive than ever before and is indicated for use in individuals at increased risk of oral cancer.

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If you're looking for an experienced sedation dentist in Weatherford, you've come to the right place. Dr. Snider offers sedation dentistry that Weatherford residents have come to trust for the highest quality dental care.

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Lake Country Dental
8461 Boat Club Road
Fort Worth, TX 76179
General Info: (817) 236-8771
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Soft Drinks Can Be Hard on Teeth!

From a dental point of view, there's nothing soft about so-called soft drinks. Sugar does not directly damage teeth. That happens when certain bacteria in the mouth release acids that eat into tooth enamel. These bacteria, however, need food to survive and refined sugar is a very potent source. What you eat, they eat. If not eliminated promptly, they hang around to do their dirty work.

The real culprit in carbonated soft drinks, however, is the fizz itself: carbonic acid. A sugary, un-carbonated drink like Kool-Aid is actually easier on teeth than, say, Diet Pepsi. So watch your consumption of soft drinks and be sure to contact Lake Country Dental at (855) 337-0102 to schedule a dental checkup.

How To Manage Your Sensitive Teeth

If you're already suffering from overly sensitive teeth, there are products that can help. Toothpaste designed for those with sensitive teeth can reduce the pain associated with the condition after only a few days of use. Also, be sure to stick with a soft-bristled toothbrush - hard toothbrushes will only exacerbate the problem. Brush and floss daily to maintain healthy gums and protect dentin from exposure.

Call Lake Country Dental today at (855) 337-0102 to schedule an appointment.

Adults Get More Cavities Than Kids

Modern dentistry, with the help of sealants, fluoride, and preventive care, has dramatically reduced tooth decay in children. However, there’s been an increase in decay in seniors. Some medicines dry out the mouth, for example, reducing salvia. Saliva is vital in fighting tooth decay because it helps neutralize acids, has a disinfectant quality, washes away bacteria, and helps prevent food from sticking to your teeth.

If you have questions about senior dental care, please call Lake Country Dental today at (855) 337-0102.

Lake Country Dental Office Hours
  Morning Afternoon/Evening
Mon. 8am - 12pm 1pm - 5pm
Tue. 7am - 12pm 1pm - 6pm
Wed. 8am - 12pm 1pm - 5pm
Thu. 7am - 12pm 12pm - 4pm
Fri. 7am - 12pm 12pm - 3pm
Sat. Closed Closed
Sun. Closed Closed

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