Posts Categorized: Preventive Dentistry

What to Remember About Preventing a Cavity

In the course of caring for your smile, there are some threats that are much more common than others. For example, cavities are the most common tooth health concern, which is why much of your dental hygiene routine focuses on preventing the circumstances that lead to their development. Most importantly, that includes keeping your teeth… Read more »

Tips to Prevent Almost Any Dental Issue

There are some oral health concerns that some people have to deal with despite their best preventive efforts. For example, teeth can sometimes be congenitally misaligned and need orthodontic correction, or you may experience a dental emergency resulting from accidental trauma. However, the most common threats to develop against your smile are chronic, progressive conditions… Read more »

What You Need To Know About Bruxism

Do your ears ring on a daily basis? Do you have consistent jaw pain? Maybe you wake up with headaches? If so, these are signs of bruxism that you may be experiencing. Bruxism means you subconsciously grind your teeth while you sleep. That is why most people do not know they are doing it. If… Read more »

Start The Year Off With Clean Teeth

The new year is all about a clean start, new beginnings, and embracing good habits. One of the best things you can do for yourself is to begin the new year with a clean smile. Not only will it give you more self-confidence, but a cleaner smile will also help you maintain good oral health…. Read more »

Who Needs Dental Cleanings?

Every six months, the American Dental Association suggests people of all ages undergo a routine preventive visit. As part of this visit, we not only examine your smile, but we clean your teeth as well. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, dentist looks at what happens during a cleaning, and why these visits are so… Read more »

Why Cavity Prevention Is Such a Big Deal

Preventing things from happening is the basis of good dental health care. For example, brushing and flossing your teeth every day is meant to prevent plaque from overwhelming your teeth and gums. Also, dental checkups and cleanings at our Dallas, TX, dental office help prevent any lingering plaque and tartar (calcified plaque) from leading to… Read more »

How We Ease Anxiety With Dental Sedation

Do you have dental anxiety? Many people feel some level of apprehension about seeing the dentist, whether due to lack of experience or possibly a bad past experience. We understand, but we don’t want this anxiety to stand between you and a healthy, bright smile. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, dentist looks at how… Read more »

Keeping Your Smile Clean And Healthy

Over time, the presence of plaque buildup and tartar could lead to a number of serious oral health complications, from cavities to gum disease, among other issues. In order to treat the issue, we will remove the buildup with a thorough dental cleaning. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists will look at the… Read more »

Examining Your Smile With Digital Technology

A routine exam and cleaning every few months can help people of all ages enjoy optimal oral health, avoiding the onset of common health issues, such as cavities or gum disease. In order to offer residents of Dallas, TX, exams with precision and accuracy, we may employ digital technology. What benefits will our digital x-rays… Read more »

Should Kids See Us Every Six Months?

We recently covered the subject of dental sealants, and how these unique preventive acrylic coatings could help children in Dallas, TX, avoid tooth decay. But in addition to these treatments, what about routine visits? Do kids need regular six-month checkups and cleanings like adults? If so, what happens during these visits?