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Local Dental Care to Improve Your Smile
If you are looking for a local dentist near Beaumont, Texas, we invite you to visit with the dentist office of Dr. William Baxley. We offer services in preventative dental care to protect you from tooth decay along with specialized care in cosmetic dentistry. With over 30 years experience as a local dentist in our community, our commitment is to provide Beaumont & Southeast Texas with the best dental care possible.
Your Cosmetic Dentist in Beaumont Who can Take Care of Teeth Whitening, Veneers, Implants…Whatever You Need.
Get ready for summer with a whiter, brighter smile. We have both ZOOM! Teeth Whitening & Lumineers Porcelain Veneers. Make your appointment today to learn more about our cosmetic dental services.
2019 Dental Missionary Trip
Check out photos from our recent missionary trip to Brazil…
Latest News from your Dentist
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells customized for each person. Custom veneers are a quick way to a beautiful smile for those whose teeth are chipped, unusually shaped or stained or have gaps. At our dental office in Beaumont, we choose to work specifically with Lumineers veneers due to the quality and ease of application. […]
While it’s not truly a “national holiday”, October 30, the day before Halloween, is recognized as National Candy Corn day. And we all know that children and even adults will be getting access to a lot of candy this last week of October, so we decided to shed a little light on what makes up […]
Fall is on its way, children are back in school and in Texas, it’s football season. With everyone focused on school sports starting up again, we thought it would be a good time to remind parents the importance of protecting the face and mouth during these activities. An issue of the Journal of the American […]
We have all been told how the acidic properties of sodas and citrus fruits like lemons can wear down our tooth enamel, but patients don’t always think about acid reflux causing the same issues. Patients who suffer from acid reflux are more likely to be at risk from tooth enamel erosion and periodontal disease. Digestion […]