Trust us. We know that it’s upsetting to learn that when you’ve been using “this not that” mentality to replace something you want with an alternative that you’re sure is much safer for your oral health. As a result, we want to do everything we can do point out such issues, so we can save you the heartache of thinking you’re safeguarding your grin, your sleep, and more. A few frequent culprits will get you started.
Do you think that you know just how to handle tooth decay when it affects you? Or, do you think that you may accidentally participate in decay no-no’s from time to time? Make sure you’re not falling into any common traps that can make things worse!
When you develop pain in your tooth that doesn’t subside after 48 hours, you may need to see a dentist. A toothache can mean the onset of tooth decay, a serious (but common) oral health concern linked to serious complications unless treated in a timely manner. Fortunately, we can help treat your smile.
Have you ever heard of Magical Winter Lights? What was once a visually stunning display meant only for the eyes of those in Houston is now coming to DFW! Check out this exceptionally illuminated experience for a very special way to celebrate the holiday season!
If you have a space in your smile, then you might be feeling pretty intense about fixing your smile with cosmetic care. Small, medium-size, or large spaces can make you feel unhappy with multiple aspects of your smile. First, you might not feel great about how your smile looks to the world around you (and you may not like seeing it in your reflection). You may also have problems with food becoming stuck, with dental hygiene, and more. So, how to repair the issue? Learn what you need to know with a quiz.
When it comes down to the particular issue you’re having with your smile and the dental treatment that is best for you, do you know whether you currently need a dental crown? Or, do you think that maybe you require something else? As you may have guessed, even if you know quite a lot about dental care, diagnosing yourself is usually impossible. We encourage you to set up a visit for the final word on what you require. For a quick preview, get started with an FAQs (and answers) session.
Maybe you’re not someone who experiences true dental anxiety. However, you’ve noticed that you find yourself feeling somewhat anxious when you see us for dental visits. You aren’t afraid of dentistry. You don’t mind coming in for your dental care. So, what could possibly be causing you to feel jittery? Take a moment to consider some common culprits, so you can easily avoid them in the future.
Have you been sifting through your trunk of old Halloween costumes? Been planning for the big day for months? Whatever the case, the really important question is: Where will be you be trick or treating on Halloween eve? If you’re not sure yet, you may want to consider the upcoming Street N’ Treat!
It’s very likely that you have heard wonderful things about using fluoridated toothpaste from our team because … well … we are dental professionals! However, it’s also very likely that you’ve heard some negative things about fluoride from friends, from the internet, and the list continues. As a result, you may feel stressed every morning and evening as you brush your smile (or as you help little ones with their smiles). What to do and which product to use, you may wonder? We are here to offer the relief (and the facts) you need!
Do you have problems with your smile health? Have you been spending a fairly considerable amount of time worrying about these issues? What is the problem? What is it that’s causing you such concern? We’d like to remind you that by visiting our practice, you can set your concerns aside and let us provide you with the answers, the treatment suggestions you need, and more. Also, consider some additional details that may help.