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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
Have you ever noticed the textured backside of a toothbrush? More companies are creating toothbrushes with a backside for tongue scraping or brushing. So why would anyone “scrape” their tongue? Believe it or not, there are several benefits to brushing or scraping your tongue when you brush your teeth. Brushing your tongue can also reduce […]
This year we have all experienced some level of difficulty due to the COVID-19 virus in our communities. While we have always made cleanliness and infection control a top priority in our office, we have worked to reevaluate and improve standards to give our patients the confidence in coming to our office. To provide peace of mind, know that our […]
World Stroke Day – October 29, 2020 According to the CDC.gov website, more than 795,000 people in the U.S. have a stroke each year. Approximately 610,000 of these are first or new strokes; meaning 1 in 4 are people who have had a previous stroke. A stroke is a cerebrovascular event caused by a lack of […]
Hyperdontia is a condition that causes extra teeth to grow in your mouth. These extra teeth are sometimes called supernumerary teeth. They can grow anywhere in the curved areas where teeth attach to your jaw. This area is known as the dental arches. Symptoms of Hyperdontia? The main symptom of hyperdontia is the growth of extra teeth directly behind […]