Oral health is critical to your child’s well-being and to your peace of mind. Make sure you schedule his or her routine exams and hygienic cleaning with children’s dentist in Texas City, Dr. John Hackbarth, at Dental Cosmetic Center. From toddlerhood through teen years and beyond, your youngster will receive superior preventive and restorative care in a great, family-friendly atmosphere.
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November 28, 2016
October 9, 2016
You’re perusing the stores at the Tanger Outlets and have picked up a few items that you are excited to try on. You get into the fitting-room and shut the door and pick up the first shirt. You slip it on over your head and flash a smile at the mirror. Immediately, your attention goes away from the shirt and to your teeth. “How is anything supposed to look good if my smile doesn’t?” you think to yourself. You want your smile to be just as polished and attractive as your wardrobe, and your cosmetic dentist in Texas City at Dental Cosmetic Center can do just that. (more…)
September 17, 2016
Teeth marred by multiple fillings, injury, abscess or congenital defect look and function like new with dental crowns from Dr. John Hackbarth, dentist in Texas City. Crowns go beyond fillings to restore teeth that might have been extracted.
August 16, 2016
Your smile is a powerful tool! It can project confidence, friendliness, and put people at ease. It’s also one of the first features people notice about you. What kind of impression does your smile give? Are there aspects of it that you’re not satisfied with? Cosmetic dentistry in Bay Area, TX may be the right solution for you, and Dr. John Hackbarth can help you achieve your dream smile!
May 1, 2014
Your teeth are one of the first things people notice when they look at your face. They also help create the framework of the face, and changes can help lengthen and fill out the lower portion of the face.
We can help you achieve a more beautiful appearance with the many options available in dental treatment. We will be glad to have a free consultation with you to see what options would give you the smile you have always wanted.
We can create a personalized dental services gift certificate for that special mom in your life. Give us a call and let us work out something special to give this Mother’s Day. When your mom comes in for her appointment we will treat her like a queen, give her a cup of gourmet coffee or glass of wine, and treat her to a paraffin hand treatment. It’s just part of our way of giving her that special spa type service while getting a beautiful, healthy smile!
Mother’s Day is just a week away, so call soon! 409-935-2111
May 13, 2013
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February 26, 2013
Anytime one is considering treatment, it means that preventative care has fallen short of its goal to prevent disease or trauma. Most times conservative treatment options are the best. That means we want to do whatever treatment maintains the most tooth structure but still provides strength and support for the tooth.
You have to find and handle problems when they are small. A tiny filling is less expensive and more durable that a larger one, but we can only do micro dentistry if we see someone often enough to intervene in a timely manner.
Regular visits and exams are critical in keeping treatment minimal.
February 16, 2013
Delta Dental recently looked at the lifetime cost of a filling. What they found was shocking, to say the least. Once a molar tooth receives its first filling, the lifetime cost for refilling that tooth is an average of $2187. WOW! fillings wear out and must be replaced numerous times for most people, but $2000+?
Maybe its is better for parents to seek early preventative care for their children so that the first filling can be avoided. Timely preventative care and proper sealants can save a fortune over a lifetime.
John Hackbarth, DDS
|Gum Disease Linked To Erectile Dysfuntion
Posted: 06 Nov 2011 05:26 AM PST
Gum disease may have an impact on the ability to achieve an erection, the British Dental Health Foundation has reported. The independent charity based its report on the latest research published in the Journal of Periodontology and suggests that the cause of erectile dysfunction could be oral bacteria passing into the bloodstream.
A research team in India carried out the study on 70 male subjects with a mean age of 35, all of whom had been diagnosed with erectile dysfunction. The tests found a correlation between gum disease and the ability to achieve an erection. The data demonstrated that as the prevalence of chronic periodontitis increased, so did the severity of erectile dysfunction.
More than four out of five men (81.8 per cent) with severe erectile dysfunction had gum disease. In comparison, in cases of mild erectile dysfunction, the incidence of gum disease was less than two in five men.
According to the National Institutes of Health, erectile dysfunction is a condition that affects one in ten men worldwide, and is more commonly experienced after the age of 40. Chief Executive of the British Dental Health Foundation Dr Nigel Carter believes that the stigma attached to the condition could be forcing men throughout the country to turn a blind eye to their oral health.
“To associate gum disease, the major preventable cause of tooth loss in adults, with such a taboo subject amongst males is not something that should be taken lightly,” Carter said. “If, in theory, four out of five men who suffer from erectile dysfunction have poor oral health, the effect it could have on their general health poses a serious health risk to those individuals affected.”
According to Carter, it is well known that gum disease has been linked to many conditions in the past that could have a detrimental effect on general health, such as heart disease and diabetes. When people have gum disease, bacteria from the mouth may enter their bloodstream; therefore, it should come as no surprise that this piece of research has linked vascular erectile dysfunction, another cardiac-related condition, with gum disease.