972-771-4000 | Rockwall Dentist | 1020 W Ralph Hall Pkwy #101, Rockwall, TX

General

Oral Health & Your Heart

Believe it or not, how you take care of your teeth and gums affects not only your oral health, but it impacts your cardiovascular health, too. It’s possible that a mouth filled with bacteria and their toxins allows a continuous stream of poisons to enter the system....

Oral Cancer

Oral cancer kills more people nationwide than either cervical or skin (melanoma) cancer, and only half of patients diagnosed will survive more than five years. One American dies every hour from oral cancer. The most common risk factors are tobacco use, frequent high...

Flossing

You may not realize that even when your mouth is clean, bacteria are always present. These naturally occurring microorganisms make a delicacy of even the most minute food particles, after which they deposit a sticky residue on the teeth called plaque. After you brush...

Emergency Dental Care

Dr. Fisher, Dr. Zitterich, and our team understands that the very nature of an emergency is inconvenience, and we’re here for you in these stressful times. Please call our Rockwall office immediately to request an emergency care visit if you experience a severe...

Caring for Your Unique Needs

We want to care for you as a whole person. Please tell us if you have any of the following concerns – or others – that we need to be aware of. Please know that we value you as a person and will never judge you or make you feel uncomfortable or awkward about your...

Brushing

Although most people think they know the reasons for proper, daily tooth brushing, few people realize that clean teeth and healthy gums can protect against a variety of general, even potentially life-threatening, health problems. When you don’t brush regularly,...

Public Informational Seminars

With so much information about dental implants available on the internet now, it is a great thing for prospective patients! The only problem is, there is so much information, it can be confusing. Dr. Fisher and Dr. Zitterich periodically offer complimentary...

Adult Tooth Decay

Adult Tooth Decay We all hate to hear that our dentist has found new cavities since our last visit. Cavities are areas of decay on teeth, and they can form on any surface of a tooth. To repair a cavity, the decay must be removed and replaced with a man-made substance....