Adult Dental Medicaid Texas endeavors to offer a soothing environment for all patients. The purpose of our team is to make your visit to our dental clinic as convenient as possible.

Additional Resources and Helpful Information

1. Is There Anything I Can Do To Improve My Oral Hygiene?
Good at-home oral hygiene is extremely important. Brushing and flossing your teeth daily helps keep plaque off your teeth which helps prevent decay and gum disease. Good oral hygiene combined with routine dental cleanings and checkups is the best way to avoid oral issues. At routine cleanings and checkups, your dentist is able to evaluate your teeth and gums and treat problems before they get worse.
2. Is There A Way For Me To Check The Health Of My Teeth And Gums?
Yes. Unfortunately, it is very hard to see the health of your teeth just by looking at them. Sometimes decay can hide between your teeth or under old fillings. This makes it very difficult to see problems with the naked eye. The best way to know if your teeth are healthy is to see your dentist on a regular basis.

Your dentist can see hidden problems in your mouth with the use of special instruments and x-rays. X-rays help your dentist see problems that may be developing inside your teeth as well as under the gumline. Observing the color and shape of your gums is the best way to know if they are healthy. Healthy gums should be light pink and not swollen. Bleeding gums is a big sign of gum disease and must be evaluated by your dentist.

3. Why Are Routine Dental Appointments Important?
Seeing your dentist every 3 to 6 months is very important to maintaining a healthy smile. When you come in for your routine cleaning and checkup appointment your dentist or hygienist cleans your teeth, takes x-rays and does a thorough examination of your mouth. Routine cleanings and checkups keep the teeth and gums healthy and help you avoid major oral health problems.
4. How Often Should I Make Appointments With My Dentist?
It is recommended that every adult should see their dentist every 6 months. If you do not have major issues every 6 months is sufficient. However, if you have periodontal disease or if you develop plaque or tartar quickly, your dentist may recommend that you have routine dental appointments every 3 months. The frequency of your routine appointments will be decided by your dentist. For children 12 months and older, it’s recommended that they see the dentist at least once a year.

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2331 Lamar Ave, Paris, TX 75460


Office Hours

Mon: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Tue: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wed: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thu: 8:00am – 5:00pm