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Update: New Office Procedures

To our patients, On May 11, we re-opened our doors for routine care. Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been trying to see as many patients as possible whose appointments were postponed due to our COVID-19 temporary closure. We’re so happy to...

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COVID-19: Temporary Closure Notice

To our patients, In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to do everything possible to keep our patients, staff, and families safe. Therefore, Smile Fort Worth is currently closed for regular appointments. At this point, we are only seeing patients with dental...

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How much calcium does my child need?

When you were a kid, your parents may have told you to drink milk to build strong bones and grow tall and strong. Now that you have children of your own, you may hear yourself parroting those instructions you received years ago. Getting enough dairy is essential for...

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Caring for Your Smile after Invisalign® Treatment

You went through a lot of effort and work to achieve your perfect smile. You wore your Invisalign aligner trays, brushed and flossed diligently, and now your treatment is done! What happens now? In order to keep your teeth healthy and beautiful, you should keep...

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How Your Pearly Whites Can Help You in Life

At Smile Fort Worth, Dr. Robert Batton, Dr. Justin Harlin, and Dr. Matt Wilkinson and our staff have found that patients who like their smiles have better self-esteem. People who don’t like their smiles are often skittish about talking to other people. According to...

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A Helpful Site on Orthodontics

As you are undergoing orthodontic treatment, our team at Smile Fort Worth would like to point you to a helpful website. Our friends at the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) have lots of important information about everything relating to braces, including...

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Does my child need two-phase treatment?

Two-phase orthodontic treatment involves two separate and distinct periods that your child receives orthodontic treatment. It allows your son or daughter to begin early treatment of bite and jaw problems, in order to reduce the dental issues he or she experiences...

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