Healthy Smiles, Healthy People

You may be unfamiliar with the concept of oral-systemic health, yet you’re probably aware of its implications, none-the-less. Oral-systemic health refers to the fact that the health of your mouth (including your teeth, gums, jaw, tongue, and throat) reflects the health of your whole body. New research emerges every day to support the oral-systemic health connection, as scientists continue to discover links between gum disease and serious systemic health problems including heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and respiratory illnesses. The connection between your oral and systemic health is what guides our philosophy of preventive care and early detection.

The Importance of a Beautiful Smile

Looks aren’t everything, but having confidence in your smile matters. Most people become more confident in their smiles when they possess the following qualities:

  • Bright, even teeth free from chips, overlaps, or stains
  • A complete smile, with no missing or broken teeth
  • A natural look that complements their unique facial structure

In this spirit, Dr. Huffstutler’s artistic talent is brought forth when creating cosmetic and restorative dental treatments. He works closely with patients to design smile makeovers and dental restorations that combine a high level of esthetics, with quality, advanced materials, and a lifelike, precise fit. He also partners with a trusted, high-end dental lab and refuses to take shortcuts when it comes to restoring patients’ smiles.

Patient Education

Well-informed patients are empowered to take charge of their oral health. Therefore, we look forward to providing you with the caring, comprehensive, professional care you need, whether that means a regular checkup and cleaning, treatment for TMJ disorder, or more. Ultimately, though, we want the power of prevention to be an ingrained part of your daily oral hygiene routine. We provide all of our patients with the information they need about gum disease, tooth decay, and other oral health problems, as well as techniques for preventing and controlling these issues.

Visit Us in Person!

We’re to help you take your oral and oral-systemic health into your own hands! To reserve your appointment with us, click the banner below, or call our office in Ft. Worth, TX, today at (817) 577-1444. Our office welcomes patients from all over DFW, including Dallas, North Richland Hills, Denton, the Mid-cities, Southlake, and all surrounding communities.