Modern dentistry is truly a marvel, especially in light of the advancements that have been made over the course of human history. Read our blog post to travel back in time with us as we explore a brief overview of the history of dental care.
Our team is highly trained in providing compassionate care, our office is designed with your comfort in mind, and we are proud to offer sedation dentistry to help make your experience as comfortable as possible. Read our blog post to learn more about the benefits of IV sedation dentistry.
Using activated charcoal as a toothpaste is the latest trend. People swear it will whiten your teeth, kill off bacteria, and “detox” your mouth, but is it really as good for you as they claim? Read our blog post where we look at the pros and cons of charcoal toothpaste.
Porcelain veneers are a great solution to a myriad of cosmetic dental problems. For someone with teeth that are discolored, misaligned, misshapen, gapped, chipped, or broken, veneers are a great way to improve a smile. Read our blog post to learn about the sustainability of porcelain veneers and what to do if you need a replacement.
The majority of Americans have at one point in their lives had a cavity. But what happens if you don’t treat a cavity? Read our blog post to learn what cavities are, their symptoms, how you treat cavities, what happens if you don’t, and how to prevent cavities in the first place.
Organic products are the fastest growing sector of the U.S. food industry, according to the Organic Trade Association. Read our blog post to learn about organic toothpaste and the benefits of using it.
Considering adding a waterpik to your daily dental routine, but not sure if it’s worth it? Read our blog post to learn more about the waterpik, and how it shapes up against the old standby, string floss. Contact us for all your oral hygiene questions!
Our Texas Dental team loves our community. Read our blog post to learn about the fun time we had at the Spring Meadows Elementary Back-to-School Block Party in August! Contact us today to schedule your child’s next dental cleaning and checkup.
American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months. Did you know that you can still use that old toothbrush? Read our blog post to discover 5 uses for old toothbrushes. Share with us how you use your old toothbrush!
Read our blog post to discover how to manage your fear of the dentist so you can get the care you need for a healthy smile. We will strive to make you feel safe and comfortable during your visit at our office. Contact us to learn more about our services, sedation dentistry, and friendly team!