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3 Things to Love About a Children’s Dentist in Cypress

June 15, 2017

Teaching your children good oral hygiene habits is a lesson that will help them understand the value of taking care of their teeth. These lessons also ensure their teeth and gums stay strong and healthy as they grow. As a parent, your child’s best interest is always a main concern, especially when it comes to …

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There’s More to Smile About Orthodontics in Texas

May 26, 2017

Gone are the days of a mouth full of metal! With the advancements in technology, there are a variety of ways to help straighten your teeth. Orthodontics in Texas offers patients numerous affordable options to obtain a beautiful, healthy smile without having to choose traditional metal braces. Orthodontics in Texas can help you decide which …

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Dental X-Rays

May 26, 2017

Dental X-rays are 2D images that highlight the bones and tooth anatomy in your mouth below the surface of your gums and enamel. There are two types of dental X-rays: film and digital. Digital is replacing film, as it has done in many other technologies, as it emits approximately 80% less radiation than film X-rays, …

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Scaling And You

May 17, 2017

Everyone experiences some form of plaque buildup. The bacteria that lives in this plaque can cause gum disease and tooth decay. Brushing, flossing, and regular dental cleanings will help remove the plaque and prevent more serious problems. If you have healthy gums, the tissue will fit tightly around the tooth and keep plaque out. However, …

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Emergency Dental Care for the Student Athlete

May 17, 2017

If you are an athlete, or a parent of an athlete, having a dentist you can rely on in emergencies is important. Emergency dental care can help ensure that if an emergency does arise, you have someone you can count on to help. Everyone should take care of their teeth; however, athletes are at a …

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Electric vs. Manual

April 26, 2017

Dental tools like toothbrushes, floss, and other teeth cleaning gadgets make up a multi billion dollar industry. There are so many different oral health care tools on the market that it can sometimes be overwhelming when trying to pick the best option for your mouth. Some are electronic, many are not, and it is often …

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Why Spring is a Good Time to See a Texas Premier Dental

April 26, 2017

Spring cleaning often coincides with tackling those overflowing closets and crawl spaces. Why not add a dental visit to the list? Spring is the perfect time to make a to-do list that includes a visit to a Texas Premier Dental. The American Dental Association recommends visiting your dental provider for professional cleanings and exams at …

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3 Reasons You Want Your Dentist to Offer Same Day Dental Appointments

April 18, 2017

Have you experienced a dental emergency, only to have your current dental provider turn you away for same day service? Over a lifetime, many people will experience a dental emergency that requires same day dental assistance. Unfortunately, not all dental providers are created equal. Waiting for an available appointment is not only uncomfortable but can …

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The Importance of Filling

April 18, 2017

We try to brush and floss regularly, and to avoid sugary between-meal snacks… but sometimes we just can’t seem to avoid tooth decay. According to a branch of the National Institutes of Health, tooth decay is the #1 chronic disease of children and adults in America. If you haven’t had one cavity by the age …

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What Kids Like About a Pediatric Dentist

April 3, 2017

What is the difference between a pediatric dentist and a regular dental practitioner? Pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health of children. A pediatric dentist specializes in children’s dentistry needs from infancy to their teen years. Providing a path to excellent oral health care for children is the best way to build a good …

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