Category: Preventive Dentistry

Has It Been Six Months Since Your Last Exam?

Even if you are thoroughly brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing every evening, you are still likely seeing a build-up of plaque and bacteria in your mouth. While tooth brushing certainly helps, you can never really get a full cleaning at home. This is precisely why seeing your dentist regularly is so important…. Read more »

Keep Brushing And Flossing During Summer

Do you have any plans to travel this summer? Will you and your family be planning a staycation? However you plan to relax during these warm summer days, you should make sure you don’t forget about your smile. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist explains what you and your family should do to help… Read more »

Could TMJ Disorder Cause Headaches?

When you suffer from frequent headaches, the cause could potentially be linked to strain on your jaw joints. Treating TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, helps improve the balance and strength of your jaw, offering relief and a stronger smile. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will explain how we diagnose and treat TMJ… Read more »

You Need Exams And Screenings Every Six Months

We’ve been discussing how to care for your smile and avoid cavities from home. But you also need to see our team for routine checkups and cleanings to keep teeth and gums strong and disease-free. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will discuss the value of a checkup and an oral cancer screening!

What Really Happens During Your Dental Visit?

By now you have established a consistent routine when it comes to taking care of your grin. From brushing and flossing regularly to paying attention to what you are ingesting, keeping up with your dental hygiene is a top priority and one that should not be taken lightly. That being said, ensuring that you have… Read more »

Dehydration Can Hurt Your Efforts To Maintain Healthy Teeth

Is there a chance that your current diet is making it hard for you to protect yourself against oral health problems? While some people hurt their smile by consuming too many sugary, unhealthy products, others may have a harder time fighting problems because of dehydration. During periods where you are dehydrated, your body may have… Read more »

Prevent Cavities With Better Flossing Habits

With a good brushing routine in place, you can keep your smile safe from tartar buildup, cavities, and gum disease. If you are committed to fighting the accumulation of bacteria and food debris that can lead to oral health troubles, you should brush for at least two minutes twice a day, and work to clean… Read more »

Stress And Unresolved Dental Problems Can Lead To Headaches

Is your dentist the right person to talk to you if you want to address chronic headaches? For many people, headaches are linked to problems with their dental health, or they may be part of a larger stress-related issue that also concerns your oral health. At our Houston, TX dentist’s office, we are prepared to… Read more »

Is Bruxism The Reason Your Teeth Have Become So Sensitive?

Even your favorite meal can be hard to look forward to when dental sensitivity is affecting your daily life. The reasons behind why people experience this problem can vary. For some, it can be the result of a dental injury or infection, while others may be experiencing problems with enamel erosion. It can even be… Read more »

Daily Oral Health Care Tips For People Of All Ages

How important is it to keep a healthy smile? Healthy teeth can make a person appear younger, it can give them a confidence boost, and it can even impact their ability to bite and chew without discomfort. At any age, oral health care should be a priority. While many aspects of your health and appearance… Read more »