Dr. Megan Mobley offers comprehensive general dentistry services, personalized to your specific needs. She will diagnose, treat and manage the overall health of your teeth and gums. Dr. Mobley is dedicated to providing a patient-centered experience for you and your whole family.
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EXAMS AND CLEANING
We all know how important it is to brush twice a day and floss at least once a day. But another extremely important component of your oral health routine should be regular visits to the dentist for exams and cleaning. Dr. Mobley’s staff of highly trained dental hygienists can remove plaque and tartar buildup on teeth that you would never be able to remove on your own. But there are several other services that are included in your visits to our Austin, TX office for exams and cleaning.
Dental technology has come so far in the past few years. And thanks to the more advanced materials now available, your dentist can perform restorations on your teeth that are almost entirely undetectable to other people. One great example of this are tooth-colored fillings. Dr. Mobley wants each and every one of her patients from throughout the Austin, TX, area to enjoy all the benefits of a beautiful smile, which is why she is happy to offer tooth-colored fillings as one of her many services.
Do you experience frequent headaches? Do you notice your jaw making popping or clicking sounds when you open your mouth wide? Do you grind your teeth at night? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, you may be suffering from TMJ disorder. The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is located on each side of your face, directly in front of your ears. When this joint becomes irritated or inflamed, it can create a significant amount of pain and discomfort. Fortunately, there are several non-surgical methods to treat this condition, and Dr. Mobley offers several of those to her Austin, TX patients.
If you habitually grind your teeth at night, you already know the associated problems that come along with it. Teeth grinding – also referred to as “bruxism” – causes everything from disrupted sleep to jaw pain to morning headaches and much more. Bruxism can also lead to (or develop as a result of) TMJ disorder, which is a condition where the temporomandibular joint becomes inflamed and irritated. That condition, in turn, leads to a host of other painful symptoms. If left untreated, teeth grinding can …