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Dental Emergencies Happen

Maybe you wake up with a toothache, or you are experiencing pain in your jaw, or sore gums. Or you have an accident and crack or break a tooth. 327 more words

Dr. Gary Feucht

Lone Star Metal announces 3rd annual Dangerous Toys show at Acadia, Houston

Rusty brings the Toys, so the Toys can bring the noise.” – Jason McMaster

Lone Star Metal announces the 3rd (now annual) February Dangerous Toys event for Houston, TX.   228 more words

Texas Pipeline

Broken Teeth CD Release Party: Friday Oct. 3 @ FOKL (KCK) w/ DJ Memo + The Cave Girls + Wick & the Tricks

Schwervon! and Haymaker Records are celebrating the release of a new CD “Broken Teeth” by Schwervon!  Come check out the CD release party on Friday October 3, 2014 at FOKL. 32 more words

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A MOUTH GUARD AND A NIGHT GUARD AND DO I NEED ONE?

Mouth guards are used mainly to prevent sport related injuries to your mouth and night guards are used for several reasons, usually night time bruxism (teeth grinding, jaw pain, earaches or headaches). 337 more words

Female Dentist

Broken Teeth out on Haymaker Records Sept. 30, 2014 (Digital Download Available Now)


Hey folks we are very excited and just a wee bit proud that our latest recording Broken Teeth will be officially released on KC local label… 80 more words

Toofless Wonder

There’s nothing worse than being awakened from a dead sleep on a Friday night by the phone ringing and a voice on the other end saying, “Mister Claxton, your son has been in an accident and we think you should come to the hospital immediately.” My heart skipped a dozen beats; it sounded serious, maybe even life threatening. 471 more words

Raising The Mug

Have You Considered Dental Bonding?

Dental bonding is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to make cosmetic improvements to your teeth.

If you are self-conscious about smiling because your teeth are stained, chipped or gapped, a little dental bonding can help you start smiling again with confidence. 182 more words

Dr. Gary Feucht