Category: Preventive Dentistry

Is Your Dental Care Right On The Line (Between Good And Bad)?

You know that there’s good dental care, there’s a complete lack of it, and then there’s something in between. There’s that fine line between good and bad, in which you’re sort of caring for your oral health. It’s not good enough to be considered stellar, though you are doing something and it’s not lax enough… Read more »

Guiding Smile Health Questions: Am I Doing What It Takes?

You know that you’re trying, when it comes to your oral health. You have a pretty good idea about the details that are involved in removing plaque, protecting teeth and gums, and reaching a smile that’s safe, healthy, and lovely! However, you may still wonder: Am I doing what it takes? Or, are you somewhere… Read more »

Look Out For Things Making Bruxism Even Worse!  

On its own, bruxism disorder is something that will continue to affect you without your input! However, it’s very important that you are aware of the following fact: You can most certainly make it worse. Even if you’re doing exactly what we suggest, which is to receive bruxism treatment from our Grand Prairie, TX team,… Read more »

3 Very Cool “Clubs” To Join! 

When it comes to your smile and the effort you put forth into your oral health, one of the things you may enjoy most is becoming part of some figurative “clubs” that make you feel proud of your accomplishments. Then, there are some very real clubs of which you may become a member that will… Read more »

Soda And Your Grin: The Age Old Questions And The Facts

Like lots of other things you just know are on the “bad list” when it comes to stuff that can harm your smile, you’ve long heard that soda is a potential culprit. Avoid too much candy? You understand. Try to avoid eating foods that are exceptionally hard? You get that, too. However, what’s the story… Read more »

Smile Symptoms: Why Can’t You Take Them At Face Value?

So, you develop a very obvious sign that something is wrong with your smile. As a result, your first instinct is to take that symptom into consideration, to analyze it, and to interpret it to the best of your ability. You will then assign it a particular meaning and move on from there (which may… Read more »

Your Bad Breath Suspicion (And What To Do)

While it’s not necessarily something anyone likes to admit, it’s most certainly possible to have bad breath without actually realizing it. With that said, it’s very possible that you have your suspicions about your breath. Perhaps someone recently backed away from you a bit, while you were speaking. Maybe you occasionally wonder to yourself, “Yuck,… Read more »

Smile Care: 4 Ways You’re Confused About Your Tongue

It’s perfectly natural to feel confused about your tongue if you have never really received much of an education in terms of this part of your mouth. You know that it’s powerful, that it helps you eat, that it helps you interpret flavor, and more. However, as for how you should be caring for it… Read more »

How To Say “Okay” To Decay

One of the things that you might not really feel like doing at the moment or when you discover you have a cavity? Saying, “okay!” to the tooth decay and moving forward in any way necessary in order to get your smile back on track. We understand! It can feel like a setback and you… Read more »

Prevention: What Works And What Doesn’t?

When your primary focus is trying to figure out how to create your best preventive care for your smile, you may find that you start wondering: What actually works to help keep your smile health in exceptional condition and then what doesn’t work that you may have assumed would offer some benefit? Though this may… Read more »