Museum Smiles Blog

Serving Fort Worth, Arlington, Keller and surrounding areas of Texas.

March 20, 2018
Tooth gap A tooth gap also known as a diastema is attractive in many cultures around the world. A tooth gap sometimes runs in families and several family members may have a similar diastema. Many persons identify a tooth gap as a beauty mark. For some people, a tooth gap can be due to a missing tooth, a frenum pull, or sucking a thumb/pacifier later in physical development. The frenum is a piece of tissue resembling...
March 12, 2018
  It is Spring BreakIt is Spring Break! An exciting time for kids and families to spend time together and unwind. There are a number of fun ideas for young families to explore this Spring Break week in Fort Worth. Playing outdoor games is a popular one. The weather is great and kids can get some exercise without needing multiple layers or getting too hot. Another...
March 08, 2018
Do pacifiers make baby teeth crooked? Using a Pacifier and thumb sucking are habits that babies and toddlers find comforting many times. A baby’s mouth and teeth are developing and taking form around the age that babies use a pacifier. In the same way that thumb sucking can affect baby tooth development and form, a pacifier can do the same. Prolonged pacifier use and/or thumb...
March 05, 2018
I am passionate about giving people great care. And love welcoming our patients to Museum Smiles. Many of our patients are new to the Fort Worth Area. If you are new to the area, we would love to meet you. I am well acquainted with Trinity Trails and the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. You can catch my husband, our toddler, and I on Saturday mornings strolling along the Trinity River. Here at Museum Smiles, we proudly serve patients from Arlington, Keller, and Fort Worth Areas. 
February 22, 2018
  From Downtown Fort Worth Museum Smiles to San Marcos, Guatemala From Downtown Fort Worth to San Marcos, Guatemala             What is your name and favorite activity?   My name is Reema and my favorite...
February 15, 2018
American Heart Month It is American Heart Month. The heart, one of the most important organs in the body. We give the heart so much attention especially on February 14th, Valentine’s Day, and wear shirts with red heart symbols. This vital organ works around the clock and every beat of it keeps us alive. There are some factors that help keep...
February 13, 2018
February 08, 2018
  Cowtown MarathonAt Museum Smiles, we support family friendly events that promote health and wellness. Many of our wonderful patients are Cowtown Marathon runners.  And it is almost that time of year to have your running shoes ready and your stretches in! From February 23, 2018- February 25, 2018, Cowtown marathon is celebrating its 40th running anniversary in Fort Worth, Texas. Cowtown is the largest...
February 03, 2018
Root cariesCavities are a common condition affecting over 91 percent of Americans. Root caries or decay present a form of cavities more prevalent amongst the elderly.  Root caries (cavities) is a condition in which there is decay at or...