Patient Reviews


“I've been going here for over two years and have always had a great experience.This office is very chic and modern. They must have had their patients in mind when building this location. Every room is equipt with a flat screen TV and headset so that you can watch your favorite show while you get your teeth worked on. This really helps make any procedure pass quickly because the last thing anyone wants to hear is the sound of the drill. Another thing I enjoy is that their chairs have little massagers that will help sooth and calm you through your procedure.The receptionist here is very knowledgeable and will take the time to explain what is and isn't covered by your insurance.I love that they have always been punctual. You'll never sit around and wait past your appointment time.Dr. Aaron Breaux is gentle and will make every procedure as close to painless as possible.” - Sandra L.

When you visit THE Smile Lounge, you are our most important patient. Dr. Breaux and our team focus on you, your oral health needs, and your comfort. We appreciate the trust you place in us to help you achieve excellent oral health, and our team works hard to continue to earn that trust every time you visit.

You may have had dental experiences in the past where you felt like you’re just another number on a chart. We can assure you that we always focus on your concerns, and take the time to answer your questions fully. We know that an informed patient is a healthy patient, and we take the time to talk to you about why a specific treatment is important and how it will benefit your oral health.

How can you help me stop grinding my teeth?

Occasional teeth grinding is usually associated with stress and isn’t really anything to worry about. However, if you’re grinding your teeth through the night and experience chronic headaches or shoulder and neck pain upon waking, you may benefit from a simple oral appliance available at THE Smile Lounge.

Chronic clenching and grinding of your teeth isn’t just annoying; it can actually create serious oral health problems. Some of these are misalignment of your dental bite, chipped or cracked teeth, and even TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder).

Teeth grinding (also referred to as bruxism or bruxing) may be caused by injury or trauma to the temporomandibular joint, a misaligned dental bite, or muscle tension.

A misaligned dental bite can result in excess force placed on one side of your mouth. When this occurs, you don’t bite down evenly on all teeth, and your jaw has to shift from its normal position to bring the rest of your teeth together.

A thorough exam with Dr. Breaux is the best way to evaluate your situation and pinpoint the underlying cause for your grinding and clenching. In many cases, we can customize a simple appliance called an occlusal splint that will prevent your teeth from coming into contact with each other during sleep.

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