Blog

Schedule Your Exam With
Dr. Neale Today

Beating Gum Disease with Periodontal Maintenance

Gum Disease is easily beaten by using a few steps involving periodontal maintenance.  Don’t ignore sore or bleeding gums.  You may not realize what’s happening below your gum line when you suffer from occasional soreness or bleeding.  Many times, these slight annoyances lead to severe gum disease.  Serious Gum Disease...
Read More


Dental Implants

I remember my grandmother, her clicking dentures, and the glass beside her bed.  Every night she dutifully dropped her dentures into the water.  Her smile never looked quite right because the dentures looked fake. History of Dental Implants People have always been proud of a mouthful of teeth used for...
Read More


Keep Your Kissable Smile

What is a kissable smile?  It’s the clean, enjoyable, toothy smile anyone would love to have.  It provides enjoyably happy moments to the recipients and those with the kissable smile.  Many issues could make that beautiful smile disappear.  Why risk your smile when a few simple tips can keep it...
Read More


Questions to Ask the Periodontist

Tomas Berger said, “The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.”  A discussion with Dr. William S. Neale prompted the organization of a list of questions a patient should ask the periodontist.  These questions help you better understand what you need to know about your mouth....
Read More


Avoid These Foods for Healthy Teeth

 Have you ever considered which foods to avoid for healthy teeth?  The American Dental Association quickly points out foods that are good for your health.  They suggest vitamin-rich foods containing calcium and phosphorous.  These foods significantly help tooth enamel, keeping them healthy and strong.  However, avoid these foods. Citrus Fruits...
Read More


Sensitive Teeth

Nearly 50% of the adult population in the United States suffer with sensitive teeth.  The sensitivity causes pain sensations from hot liquids, cold liquids, or even just air crossing the teeth.  If you suffer from sensitive teeth, then call Dr. William S. Neale in Wichita Falls, Texas.  Dr. Neale reports...
Read More


Do You Have Cheilitis?

Cheilitis appears as an inflammation around the mouth, the border of the lips, or inside the lining of the lips.  A regular dental checkup offers help with this and other problems.  Dr. William S. Neale, a respected Periodontist, knows all there is to know about diseases involving your mouth, teeth,...
Read More


Cracked Tooth Syndrome

Cracked Tooth Syndrome causes intermittent pain. It doesn’t appear as evidently as a cavity, but causes much more pain.  One usually experiences the periodic pain when chewing food.  Because the pain is intermittent, most people ignore this warning sign. Of all the issues that cause mouth or tooth pain, Cracked...
Read More


When to Visit the Periodontist

When should you see a periodontist instead of a dentist?  The real issue depends upon your knowledge about the differences between dentists and periodontists. What Does a Periodontist Do? A Periodontist doesn’t normally fill holes, clean, or whiten your teeth as a general dentist does.  A periodontist’s expertise lies in...
Read More


Diabetes from Your Mouth?

Most of us don’t understand much of what goes on in our bodies.  The discussion in this article focuses on a connection between our mouths and diabetes. Dr. William S. Neale, a licensed periodontist in Wichita Falls, Texas, labels this phenomenon as “the total body connection.” The Total Body Connection...
Read More