When you have a dental cleaning, we do what routine brushing and flossing cannot: we remove all plaque and tartar from the surfaces of your smile. To do so with accuracy and precision, and to help reverse periodontal health issues, we use an ultrasonic scaling device. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist explains how we perform this procedure.
When we see you every six months for a checkup, we take this opportunity to get a clear picture of your current oral health and find out what treatments you may need to avoid complications. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will explain how we perform a detailed checkup using digital technology, such as digital x-rays and intraoral cameras.
Our team is dedicated to offering quality care for each and every patient, and that often means adopting new technologies and treatment options. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will explain how our Solea® dental laser offers both hard and soft tissue treatments with comfort and precision, helping people enjoy treatment that often requires no anesthesia!
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 optimal oral health.
With dental implants, we help replace missing teeth and restore function and health to your smile. In addition, we want to complete them with restorations that look natural and provide a dependable chewing surface. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will look at how we create a natural-looking restoration.
When you have lost a tooth, then we may help with an individual dental implant or a dental bridge. But what if you have lost several teeth, or possibly the majority of them? To prevent serious complications for your smile, then your Houston, TX, dentist may suggest creating a set of either full or partial dentures.
We could lose teeth for a number of reasons, but no matter the cause, the gaps in our smiles could means serious trouble. To offer a solution for minor tooth loss, your Houston, TX, dentist may suggest a custom-made dental bridge. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the difference between our crown-secured and implant bridges!
When a tooth becomes infected, or is cracked or chipped, then a filling may not be enough to restore your smile. To help return smiles to full function, health, and beauty once more, our team can create a custom crown. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist discusses the benefits of a dental crown for restoring a tooth.
When you have a cavity, you could soon experience painful toothaches and sensitivity, and even a risk of an infected tooth. However, your Houston, TX, dentist can offer relief in one visit with our tooth-colored dental fillings. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we treat cavities with composite resin dental fillings.
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 a professional to assess your oral health and ensure everything is up to par is necessary for maintaining a strong grin for life, which is why your Houston, TX dentist at Healthy Smiles Family Dentistry wants you to know the importance of attending your regularly scheduled examinations and what occurs during your visit.