Skillman Family Dentistry Blog

4 Tips to Ace Your Dental Exam During Back-to-School Season

August 4, 2022

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student smiling after a dental exam in Dallas

Now that it’s back-to-school season, your schedule probably feels hectic enough with having to buy books and school supplies. However, you’ll still want to keep up with your oral health, especially if you have a dental exam coming up. But what can you do to ensure that you ace your next appointment with flying colors? Read on to learn five essential tips!


7 Toothache Symptoms That You Should Never Ignore

August 3, 2022

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Man suffering from a toothache.

Toothaches are irritating, inconvenient, and often times quite puzzling! But there are also varying degrees of tooth pain, and sometimes it’s difficult to tell if your pain is serious enough to warrant a trip to your emergency dentist. Keep reading to learn more about seven different tooth pain symptoms that you should never ignore, as they might indicate a serious problem.


5 Things to Consider When Choosing an Emergency Dentist

July 13, 2022

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patient visiting an emergency dentist in Dallas

Dental emergencies can often happen when you least expect them. By the time you find a dentist that can treat your urgent situation, too many minutes may have already passed to preserve your smile. For this reason, you may want to seek a dental professional before an incident has occurred. But what should you consider when deciding on the right emergency dentist for you? Keep reading to learn five things you’ll want to look for to help make this process simpler!


5 Tips to Help You Manage Your Dental Anxiety

June 14, 2022

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woman with dental anxiety in Dallas

Does the word “dentist” usually make you nervous or anxious? Many people feel the same way. This can make it challenging to seek dental treatment, especially the ones necessary to protect your smile and overall health. However, you’ll want to at least get preventive dental care done to help you avoid the need for more timely and costly procedures in the future. Here’s what you can do to overcome your dental anxiety and make it easier to schedule (and actually attend) your next appointment!