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added on: November 16, 2020
Businesswoman Smiles Sincerely - Trade Winds Dental

So many of us are ready to put 2020 to bed and start anew in 2021. If your thoughts have been lingering or drawn to cosmetic dentistry and how it can change your life, we need to talk! With our talented team and an extensive list of treatments, we are… Read More…


added on: October 19, 2020
Surprised Businessman - Trade Winds Dental

Developed years ago, the all-on-4 dental implant solution was something dentists created to simplify life and how to fix issues for patients of all ages struggling with: Tooth loss Periodontal (gum) disease Jaw bone atrophy (disintegrating of the natural bone) When you suffer from one or more of these issues,… Read More…

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added on: October 6, 2020
Older Businessman - Trade Winds Dental

The Simple Way to a Lasting Smile™ Are you struggling with little or no teeth left in your mouth? Do you have traditional, removable, dentures that are causing more problems in life than providing solutions? There might be a restorative treatment you’ll want to discuss with your Georgetown dentist. We… Read More…


added on: May 3, 2016
Dentist Holding Dental Model In Hand Teeth Grinding - Trade Winds Dental

With advancements in prosthetic dentistry, patients are now able to wear dentures that are comfortable, natural looking, and long lasting. There are different options to choose from that will meet your individual needs, whether you have a few teeth missing or have lost all of your teeth. Dr. David Hennington… Read More…


added on: March 9, 2016
Biofilm Oral Health Questions - Trade Winds Dental

According to the International Congress of Oral Implantologists it is rare that your body will reject your dental implants. However, this does not mean that your dental implant will not fail. A successful dental implant is one that is placed in healthy bone and is properly cared for after the… Read More…

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added on: February 16, 2016
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The earliest endeavors for dental implant tooth substitutes on record dates back to the Mayan civilization, to 600 AD. Archeologists recovered primeval skulls in which the teeth had been replaced with materials the ranged from wood, stones, and jewels to small pieces of seashells. Like most scientific progresses, the finding… Read More…

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added on: February 2, 2016
All-on-4 Implant Supported Dentures - Trade Winds Dental

Losing a tooth can affect a lot more than just the look of your smile. Missing teeth affect your ability to chew and can also cause problems for your other teeth. It is essential to replace missing teeth in order to maintain oral health as well as your overall well-being…. Read More…

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added on: January 19, 2016
Biofilm Oral Health Questions - Trade Winds Dental

Dental implants are designed to be strong and durable, able to withstand the everyday rigors of chewing and biting, but to keep them functioning the way they should and looking their best, you need to care for them properly. Luckily, dental implant care is fairly straightforward; in fact, your implants… Read More…


added on: November 3, 2015
All-on-4 Implant Supported Dentures - Trade Winds Dental

The average dental implant can last a lifetime if taken care of properly. In fact, studies have shown that the success rate of implants after ten years is about 90%! Of course, Dr. David Hennington and our team know that the better you care for your implant, the longer it… Read More…

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added on: September 22, 2015
Biofilm Oral Health Questions - Trade Winds Dental

Dental implants are a surgical procedure done by Dr. David Hennington right here at our Georgetown, TX office. Screw-like parts made of titanium are inserted into your jaw bone and act as the root of your tooth. An artificial tooth will be placed on top of the screw, usually made… Read More…

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