Category: Family Dentistry

Improve The Tooth Fairy Tradition

The Tooth Fairy is a common part of growing up. Having your child place a lost baby tooth under their pillow and then replacing it with a small amount of money is a fun way to help them feel more secure about losing part of themselves. It also presents a good opportunity to teach them… Read more »

Back To School Dental Visits Are Important

Regularly scheduled visits to the dentist are an important part of maintaining a healthy mouth. You and your family should strive to go in for exams and cleanings every six months. If you have kids, there’s no better time to schedule a visit than right before the school year starts. This is especially true now… Read more »

Our Team Offers Emergency Dental Care

When you chip a tooth, or one is knocked loose, this could lead to serious complications for your oral health. To prevent these complications and repair your smile, we offer emergency care, even if your injury happens outside of normal business hours. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will discuss our approach to emergency… Read more »

How We Protect Little Smiles

We know that children benefit from the same preventive care as adults, and that they also benefit from unique treatments as well. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist is discussing our approach to children’s dentistry, and how we help kids of all ages enjoy strong, healthy smiles for years to come.

Cleaning Your Teeth With An Ultrasonic Scaler

We explained last week how a checkup and an oral cancer screening are essential for keeping smiles strong and healthy. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist wants to keep this discussion going by looking at cleaning. With routine cleaning appointments and scaling and root planings, we fight plaque buildup to prevent cavities, gum disease,… Read more »

Am I Brushing My Teeth Enough?

Without regular care from home, oral bacteria could lead to plaque buildup and with it, stained teeth, bad breath, and yes, an increased risk of tooth decay and gum disease. To help protect your smile, you need to take action from home. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will explain the steps necessary to… Read more »

How Sugar And Starch Could Cause Poor Oral Health

Along with how well and often we brush and floss, what we eat and drink also has a major impact on the health and beauty of our smiles. In today’s bog, your Houston, TX, dentist will explain how better snacking habits and meal selections could help improve the health of your smile, and even avoid… Read more »

Protecting Oral Health With A Toothbrush And Floss

How often do you brush and floss your teeth? Routine and proper care at home could help you enjoy a brighter smile, with fresher breath and a lowered risk of tooth decay and gum disease. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will look at how to properly clean your smile, and help you enjoy… Read more »

Preventing Cavities On Thanksgiving

What have you planned for your Thanksgiving holiday? Due to pandemic concerns, many people will be forgoing the usual large holiday gatherings. However, that doesn’t mean we’ll also be forgoing our favorite dishes, many of which are high in sugar and starch. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist has a few tips for protecting… Read more »

Providing Relief For Your TMJ Headaches

When you have chronic headaches or migraines, the cause could be linked to the bite function and balance of your smile. The result of stress and strain on your jaw joints, TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, could mean painful headaches and more. Fortunately, your Houston, TX, dentist has treatment options to restore health, balance,… Read more »