Have you found yourself faced with a dental emergency? Right now, we’re closing our doors for routine preventive and cosmetic treatments, but we’re still offering emergency services for patients in the Houston, TX, area. When should you see our team for treatment, and what steps can you take to address serious oral health concerns?
Month: March 2020
When it comes to preventing oral health concerns, the principles of consistent care are fairly simple. The goal is to prevent things like excessive plaque and tartar buildup to avoid the concerns that stem from it, like tooth decay and gum disease. However, not all concerns with your teeth are preventable ones, and sometimes, even… Read more »
Taking good care of your teeth and gums on a consistent basis is rewarding by itself. The clean bill of health your dentist gives your smile at each checkup and the minimal need for care and attention your smile needs are invaluable benefits. However, the care you put into your smile may not always show… Read more »
In many ways, children’s dental health care isn’t very different from general care for adults. The focus is mainly on prevention, which includes practicing excellent hygiene and visiting the dentist on a regular basis for routine checkups and cleanings. Yet, for several different reasons, children may sometimes require a little extra protection to keep their… Read more »
Not every problem that threatens your oral health stems from excessive oral bacteria buildup. Therefore, not every problem can be prevented by simply keeping your teeth and gums consistently clean. For example, for many patients, one or more underlying dental issues can contribute to functional issues with their bite, such as chronic, subconscious teeth-grinding. Also… Read more »