Did I recommend a dental crown for you or a loved one during a recent visit, and you have been postponing treatment? Even if I haven’t recommended a dental crown, it is a common dental treatment that many people need at some point in their lives. Learning that you need an unfamiliar dental treatment can be nerve-racking, so I believe that the more knowledge my patients have the better! Continue reading to learn more about porcelain crowns and how they can restore your oral health.
I think we can all agree that the past few years have thrown many challenges our way, and things may seem like they are out of our control. No matter how frustrating the circumstances of the world at this time, such as the economy and inflation may be, there are certain aspects of our lives that we can control, such as our oral health. If you are realizing that it has been some time since your last oral hygiene examination and cleaning, I recommend scheduling your next appointment today. There is no better time than the present to take control of your oral health and ensure that you do not need any additional treatments or procedures. Delaying routine care can lead to added expenses and serious oral health complications in your future. Read on to learn more.
Are you in need of a hygiene examination or treatment but are having a hard time scheduling your appointment due to nerves or anxiety? We know that visiting the dentist is not always an appointment you look forward to, but it should never be something you are so fearful of that you avoid your oral health care. Maintaining routine oral hygiene examinations is important for your long-term oral health as well as your overall health. We know that we have patients who struggle with visiting our office. We offer a solution to help you relax and get the dental care you need. Read on to learn more.
Are you in need of a tooth replacement and having a difficult time choosing which option is best for your needs? Aside from dealing with the emotions over the loss of a tooth, it can be extremely overwhelming to settle on an option. There are many factors to consider, such as longevity, cost, and the ease it can bring to your life. We work with our patients to answer any and all questions and offer our opinion on an option that is best for your lifestyle as well as your budget. While we offer a number of options, there is one that we regularly recommend to our patients. Continue reading to learn more.
Have you been considering making an improvement to your teeth but are unsure what changes would benefit your smile? With summer just around the corner, there is no better time to put yourself first and make the improvement you would love to see in your smile. You can show off the changes when you attend your next event or family function, go on vacation or on a night out. We offer a number of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can make big or small improvements. The choice is yours! Read on to learn more about the cosmetic dentistry treatments we offer and if one is right for you.
When was the last time you visited the office for a hygiene examination and cleaning? Maintaining routine appointments is essential for your long term oral health. Our teeth are designed to last a lifetime when they are cared for properly. However, the length of time between visits will have a direct correlation between the health of your mouth and the need for dental intervention. When my team and I are not able to regularly inspect and clean your mouth, harmful and long-lasting diseases can develop and disrupt your oral health. One condition in particular affects a great number of my patients and oftentimes remains undetected when routine dental care is avoided. Continue reading to learn more about this silent condition.
We often stress the importance of maintaining routine hygiene examinations and regularly encourage patients to reflect on their last visit to our office and schedule an appointment as needed. During these appointments, we do more than clean your teeth and inspect for decay. We also check your mouth for indications of other serious conditions that can greatly affect your current and future oral health. One such disease affects approximately half of American adults at some part in their lives, so there is a large chance you might be suffering and be unaware. Read on to learn more.
It’s hard to believe that we are already a month into 2022. We hope that you are having a peaceful start to the new year and finding time to relax. We know that life can easily become overwhelming and stressful with work, family obligations, sports and other activities. Not only does a hectic schedule and added stress affect your overall health, it can also affect your oral health as well. Continue reading to learn if you are experiencing stress-related trauma in your mouth.
Happy 2022! It’s hard to believe that the holiday season is behind us and we have just started a new year. Resolutions and the promise to live a healthier lifestyle is always a popular sentiment during this time of year. We feel that the start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate the state of your oral health and make any changes or improvements you may have been postponing. One of the best ways to improve your oral health is to replace any teeth you may be missing. Replacing missing teeth can help you avoid complications that can greatly affect your oral and overall health. Continue reading to learn more about the tooth replacement options we offer.
Now that December has arrived and the temperatures are cooler in Texas, we know that many of our patients have switched to enjoying hot beverages during the brisk mornings. Do you find that your teeth are extremely sensitive when drinking or eating something with drastic temperatures, such as hot coffee or cold milk in your cereal? If so, you are experiencing a condition that, although common, can be a sign that you may have a serious oral health concern that needs to be addressed. Read on to learn more.