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Fall Into Bedford

Young girl in pumpkin patch

What does a dentist in Bedford do when not treating patients? With Halloween just around the corner, it’s a great chance to talk about the seasonal events in the Mid-Cities that our team enjoys the most. Halloween Around Bedford Hall’s Pumpkin Farm If you haven’t made your jack-o’-lanterns yet, there’s still time to fetch some […]

Trinity Trojans: False Start?

Football team at scrimmage

The Trinity Trojans have a strong tradition of winning, even amidst the toughest high school football competition in the nation. Unfortunately, they go into their next game with a losing record, one of the only times they have had one in more than a dozen years. After a 31-14 loss to Colleyville Heritage, the Trojans […]

Back-to-School in Bedford

Back to school is here! The first day of school for students in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District (HEB-ISD) is Wednesday, August 23rd. The HEB-ISD is comprised of thirty area schools, serving more than 22,000 students in one of the most prestigious educational systems in the state. Hopefully by now, your student has all of […]

Bonnie & Clyde: Bedford’s Best Bad Guys

Bonnie and Clyde in Bedford

[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Bonnie and Clyde are two of the most infamous villains to come out of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Lest we forget that they were, in fact, villains, let’s emphasize the worst of what they did before we talk about their other exploits. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, who operated at […]

Picnic in Bedford With These Summer Sensations

Family picnic in Bedford

Out of all the things to do in Bedford, what’s better than having a picnic at Chisholm Park Pond? We might have been outside with the ducks, but we wanted to pull out all the stops with some five star–quality dishes that we could serve right next to the water. Here are some great recipes […]

Bedford’s Family-Friendly Summer Guide

Happy Bedford children in summer

Tornado season is officially over, school is out, and it’s starting to feel like the inside of an oven in Bedford. That must mean that it’s summer! Even though every year we seem to forget just how hot it gets, everyone knows the heat can’t keep a Texan holed up inside all summer long! We […]

Air Abrasion: The Dental Drill Alternative

Air abrasion dentistry

After practicing in the Dallas–Fort Worth area for more than twenty years, we’ve noticed there is one technological development that our patients appreciate more than any other—air abrasion. For many, visiting the dentist evokes the classic image of a doctor drilling into a tooth, a thought that even most adults aren’t thrilled about. Even though […]

Dr. Groves: The Best Orthodontist in the Mid-Cities

Dr. Ron Groves Orthodontics

As a dentist in Bedford, I have patients who sometimes ask for recommendations for related health services, such as orthodontics. While there are quite a few options available, my go-to guy whom I trust my patients with the most is Dr. Ron Groves. Dr. Groves has been operating Groves Orthodontics in nearby Southlake for 21 […]

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

mother and daughter brushing teeth

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM), a month long national observance where dental professionals aim to increase awareness and promote good oral hygiene in children. Children rely on parents, teachers, relatives and other caregivers to educate and train them in the habits that will bring good health throughout their lives. Sometimes we can […]

Periodontal Disease

Gum Disease

Bleeding gums should not be considered “normal”, yet the National Institute of Health and the Centers for Disease Control have found that about half of Americans over the age of 30 have gums that bleed when they brush or floss. Bleeding gums could mean that you have periodontal disease. Periodontal diseases are caused by infections […]

A New Wave of Dentistry