January 30, 2017
Your Weatherford dentists, Dr. Deborah Romack and Dr. Garrett Mulkey, of Cosmetic & Family Dentistry maintain that your oral health either helps or hurts your overall health, well-being and self-image. So, they urge their patients to have twice yearly dental exams and hygienic cleanings as foundational to a long-lasting, attractive smiles and good systemic health.
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October 17, 2016
Gum disease is Weatherford is an all-too-common oral health issue. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) estimate that more than half of Americans over the age of 30 suffer from bleeding gums–or worse. Dr. Deborah Romack and Dr. Garrett Mulkey, Weatherford dentists, treat gum disease and show patients how to take care of their mouths for best oral health.
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October 5, 2015
In recent years, fluoridated water has come under attack for being unsafe, but 70 years of research by the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says otherwise. Areas where water has the recommended .7 mg/L fluoride concentration see a reduction in the number of adults and children with cavities. In fact, children who do not drink fluoridated water have three times more cavities. At Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Weatherford, we emphasize preventive dentistry to help patients keep their natural smiles for life, and the best preventive plan includes drinking fluoridated water, brushing and flossing, and visiting our office twice each year. Call to find out more or to schedule your appointment today.
June 23, 2015
It’s a rare thing when general dentists provide orthodontic treatment. Dr. Romack and her staff of pros offer complete orthodontics for children, adolescents, and adults, including early functional orthodontics to treat problems early and help children avoid extensive treatment down the road. Our Weatherford, TX office is equipped to handle any general dentistry and orthodontic issues that may arise. We knock two birds out with one stone!
What Are The Benefits of Teeth Straightening Treatments
Straightening your teeth can transform just about everything you see about yourself. You’d be surprised just how important the appearance of your smile is to other people. It doesn’t matter which type of relationship you have with other people (family, friend, co-worker), they will always notice something about your teeth. Tooth misalignment can be a pain to deal with, but there are treatments available that can align them beautifully. Once you are able to align your teeth in a minor or even major fashion, the possibilities of great cosmetic dentistry are endless.
All patients experience the following when their teeth are aligned correctly:
- Confidence – Many patients feel an increased confidence around people they know and strangers.
- Esthetics – Alignment procedures help restore and enhance your smile.
- Dental function – Misaligned teeth can make eating difficult and even painful. Straightening treatments can improve dental function via improving dental alignment.
- Dental hygiene – Crooked teeth can make properly cleaning teeth difficult. Issues like overlapping teeth are corrected therefore allowing for easier cleaning.
Dr. Romack Is the General Dentist You Can Trust
Did you know we are the ONLY local general dentistry practice that also offers orthodontics? It’s true! Dr. Romack has had extensive training in the orthodontic field and has skins on the wall to prove it. She is a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, and has over 500 hours of continuing education in the field. She’s been involved in instructing orthodontic courses for fellow dentists, demonstrating a great deal of knowledge in this treatment discipline. Your family can appreciate her dedication because it means you and yours can receive excellent treatment at an office where they already get all of their other dental healthcare needs met.
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Dr. Romack and her team of experts are ready to offer you the best orthodontic treatments in Weatherford, TX. We proudly offer our services to the neighboring communities of Greenwood, Peaster, Annetta, Brock and beyond.
In the age of one stop shopping, we at Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Weatherford know that our customers want a dental experience that can meet all of their oral care needs. That’s why Dr.s Deborah Romack and Garrett Mulkey have knowledge and experience in a wide range of dental specialties. We are truly your one stop oral health shop near Aledo. Our convenient Weatherford, TX office offers preventive and restorative dentistry, sedation dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, children’s dentistry and orthodontics. No matter what dental care your family needs, our dedicated dental team will put a smile on your face. If you’re new to town, need a new dentist after yours retired, or just need more dental care options, Cosmetic & Family Dentistry of Weatherford invites you to contact us today for an appointment. (more…)
September 15, 2014
Learning that you have a cavity is never good news. This is because cavities are usually precursors to larger problems with your teeth like toothaches, root canals and extractions. The good news, however, is that you can take steps to prevent cavities from forming in the first place. The easiest way to prevent cavities is to visit a dentist regularly. Make an appointment with the dentists at Cosmetic and Family Dentistry today to schedule your next check-up. Dr. Romack and Dr. Mulkey proudly serve patients throughout Weatherford, TX, Mineral Wells, Benbrook, Saginaw, Azle and White Settlement. (more…)
March 11, 2014
Most people know that periodontal disease can lead to some serious oral health issues, including swollen gums, chronic bad breath, frequent bleeding and even tooth loss. Unfortunately, this common disease can also contribute to a variety of other complications that may prove life-threatening. At Cosmetic & Family Dentistry in Weatherford, TX, Dr. Deborah A. Romack and Dr. Garrett Mulkey offer comprehensive periodontal therapy to combat gum disease, a condition that affects approximately 80 percent of the adult population in America. (more…)