The maintenance of your smile is something that you take with you wherever you go. Throughout each day, you interact with your mouth. Even with adequate home health care, you still need to see a dentist for your routine examinations and cleanings. Your semiannual checkup serves as a way to bring new strength to your… Read more »
Category: General Dentistry
Turn The Tables On Your Sleep Disorder
Rest issues are a common concern for Americans, causing both immediate discomfort and long-term health complications. Two of the most prevalent sleep disorders in this country are related to the structures of the throat and mouth. The first of these is known as bruxism. This refers to the overnight grinding and clenching of the teeth…. Read more »
Avoiding Diabetic Tooth Loss
In the United States, one of the most common conditions is diabetes. Currently, at least 29 million Americans have this auto-immune disease, and it can lead to health effects all through the body. Whether you’ve been recently diagnosed or this is something you have lived with for years, it is important to keep yourself informed…. Read more »
We Can Help If Bruxism Has Hurt Your Smile
Once you begin to have problems with bruxism, the nightly teeth grinding and clenching issues you experience can cause alarming discomfort. Unfortunately, this condition can lead to more than just pain. In time, you can begin to suffer noticeable wear and tear on your enamel that hurts the quality of your smile. This can even… Read more »
Examining Your Smile With Digital Technology
Every six months, we want to see kids and adults alike for a routine checkup visit. Dental exams help us address trouble in the early stages, and protect smiles from major issues. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will explain how we examine and diagnose your smile with advanced CBCT technology.
Using A Mouthguard To Stop TMJ Pain
TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, could lead to serious discomfort, including persistent headaches or jaw pain. The disorder is also linked to chronic teeth grinding, known as bruxism. To help bring relief and correct imbalance in your smile, your Houston, TX, dentist may recommend treatment with a custom-made oral appliance! In today’s blog,… Read more »
Your First Checkup Of 2021
Every six months, we urge people of all ages to see us for care. These checkup and cleaning visits could help protect your smile from issues like tooth decay and even gum disease. In today’s blog, your Houston, TX, dentist will explain how we help keep smile strong and healthy with a checkup and cleaning!
Is Bruxism Wearing Your Teeth Down?
Bruxism, or chronic teeth-grinding, can become a serious problem for your teeth and oral health when it goes untreated long enough. Unfortunately, many people who have bruxism don’t realize that they do at first, and this can sometimes allow the condition to cause significant wear and damage to their teeth by the time they seek… Read more »
Is There a Way to Stop Grinding Your Teeth?
Bruxism, or chronic teeth-grinding, can often be the source of several different oral health concerns, and that’s largely due to the fact that not everyone who has it realizes what a problem it is. Until they do, the constant grinding of their teeth can gradually wear down, damage, and threaten your teeth to increasingly more… Read more »
How Worried Should I Be If My Gum Line Is Receding?
There are issues that can cause your gums to gradually recede over time. You may notice that this issue has changed the look of your smile, or made certain teeth look uneven or long. This change can also lead to issues like dental sensitivity, as the portion of a tooth below your gum line has… Read more »