Houston TX Dentist | One Tool for Better Gum Health

Houston TX Dentist | One Tool for Better Gum Health

September 20, 2019

Loose teeth, bad breath, and painful, bloody gums – these are among the signs and symptoms of periodontal, or gum, disease. Unfortunately, periodontal disease can also begin without any obvious symptoms. If left undiagnosed or untreated, you could be at risk for irreparable damage to your teeth and gums. The […]

Houston TX Dentist | Optimal Gum Health for Seniors 

Houston TX Dentist | Optimal Gum Health for Seniors 

August 23, 2019

For seniors, it is imperative that gum health is a top priority. As you age, your risk of developing periodontal (gum) disease increases. Periodontal disease is both preventable, and in many cases, reversible. When left untreated, it can lead to more serious complications such as bloody or swollen gums, and even tooth loss. Even more alarming are the numerous […]

Houston TX Dentist | Can Exercise Damage Your Teeth? 

Houston TX Dentist | Can Exercise Damage Your Teeth? 

August 14, 2019

Exercise is important to good health, but can it have a detrimental effect on our teeth?  Studies have shown that exercise and fitness habits can result in an increase in dental decay and tooth erosion.  Exercise can impact our oral health in many ways, including:  Decreased Saliva Flow:  Breathing heavily […]

Houston TX Dentist | The Benefits of Adult Dental Sealants 

Houston TX Dentist | The Benefits of Adult Dental Sealants 

August 5, 2019

Although dental sealants are often associated with pediatric dentistry, they can be a beneficial option for adults as well. A dental sealant is a protective, plastic film that helps prevent tooth decay.  Even with at home oral health care, there are areas of the mouth that can be difficult to reach, making it tough […]

Houston TX Dentist | What to Expect at Your Child's Dental Appointment 

Houston TX Dentist | What to Expect at Your Child’s Dental Appointment 

July 31, 2019

The American Dental Association recommends all patients to schedule routine six-month check-up exams. This is particularly important for growing children.    At your visit, we will screen your child’s mouth for tooth decay and gum disease. Regular professional dental cleanings are essential for a healthy mouth. During your child’s dental […]

Houston TX Dentist | Look 10 Years Younger 

Houston TX Dentist | Look 10 Years Younger 

July 30, 2019

Your smile is one of the first things a person will notice when you meet.  If you would like to improve your smile with a simple procedure, teeth whitening may be a great option for you, especially if you have stained, dull or discolored teeth. Our dental office is providing […]

Houston TX Dentist | 4 Ways to Make Brushing Fun for Kids 

 Houston TX Dentist | 4 Ways to Make Brushing Fun for Kids 

July 29, 2019

As a parent, the best way to help ensure your child has a lifetime of healthy teeth is to help them establish great dental hygiene habits as they grow.  Here are some useful tips for keeping your child engaged by making dental hygiene fun:    Pick out a special toothbrush.  […]

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Houston TX Dentist |  ​To Floss or Not to Floss?

June 26, 2019

By now, you have likely seen news reports questioning whether flossing is necessary for your oral health.  We want to answer your question right away with an absolute YES. Cleaning between your teeth is an essential part of caring for your teeth and gums.    Whether you use traditional string dental floss, […]

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Houston TX Dentist | Oral Cancer Screening Can Save Your Life   

June 24, 2019

Our expert dentist wants to remind patients that our office offers thorough oral cancer screening as part of our comprehensive dental health services. Like with every form of cancer, early diagnosis can have a profound impact on the success of your treatment. Regular screenings are your first line of defense against oral […]

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Houston TX Dentist | Fruit Juice and Your Teeth

June 14, 2019

Don’t be fooled by the label “100 percent fruit juice.” Drinks advertised in this way might seem like a healthy choice, but these drinks may be doing more harm than good. In fact, fruit juices contain sugar that can lead to tooth decay. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently […]

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