Many people want to straighten their teeth to have a more attractive smile, but did you know that doing so can actually improve your oral health too? Check out our blog post to learn more about the health benefits of straightening teeth. Contact our dental office for an orthodontic consultation!
With the onset of cold weather, many of us out there will probably start to experience some tooth sensitivity. Learn more about what teeth sensitivity actually is and what you can do to treat it by visiting our blog post. More questions? Contact our dental office!
We all know that brushing our teeth is an important part of a complete dental routine and maintaining a healthy smile. But have you ever wondered if it’s possible to have too much of a good thing? Read our blog post to learn about best brushing practices.
So you’ve brushed your teeth…but you’re not done yet! It’s estimated that 70% of people skip daily flossing as part of their oral healthcare regimen. But just a couple minutes of flossing each day can reap long-term benefits for your oral and overall health. Here are just five reasons why flossing is so beneficial for … Continued
It’s October, which means Halloween is almost upon us. Prepare yourself for costumed kids running from house to house, jack-o-lanterns in the windows, and candy everywhere. Did we mention candy will be everywhere? Never fear: there are ways to enjoy Halloween without the cavities. Follow these tips to help you and your family survive the … Continued
At Texas Dental, we know our patients lead busy, full lives. Caring for yourself while traveling can be a challenge – with the hours in the car or on the plane, limited food options, and busy schedule, your normal routine is completely disrupted. Luckily, there are a variety of ways you can keep your teeth … Continued
Today’s dental patients have more teeth straightening options than ever, and one that’s been increasingly popular is Invisalign®. As a type of aligner therapy, Invisalign offers an entirely new way to correct crooked, gapped, or misaligned teeth compared to the conventional braces that have been around for decades. Still deciding if it’s right for you? … Continued
When you visit the dentist, you may be surprised to learn how many different sedation options are available to you. Anxiety or even fear when it comes to the dentist is all too common, so many offices offer a variety of relaxing sedation techniques to help their patients. We compare two types of sedation: IV … Continued
Enamel is the armor that protects your teeth from acid, sugar, and other foreign substances. Enamel is the hardest material in your body and can handle plenty of wear and tear, but it is a limited resource. Because enamel is made from a dense mineral, once it is gone, it doesn’t grow back – meaning … Continued
With the ability to straighten your teeth and give you the smile you’ve always wanted, braces are a powerful tool in a dentist’s arsenal. However, modern day orthodontic options are different than the clunky, painful “metal mouth” image that you might have in your head. If you’re considering taking the orthodontic plunge, Texas Dental offers … Continued