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What Your Tongue Can Say About Your Health
added on: June 23, 2017
woman sticking out tongue

Have you been feeling a little off or just not yourself? When you’re not your best, you might be able to figure out why by simply sticking out your tongue. When you visit my dental office in the Woodlands, we’re always on the lookout for any bumps or discolorations, just… Read More…


All About Bottled Water: What You Need to Know
added on: June 13, 2017
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These days, bottled water is everywhere. It’s one of our most common accessories when heading out the door to work, sending the kids to school, packing for a sporting event, or gearing up for outdoor activities. And we all know that staying hydrated becomes even more important this time of… Read More…


Negative Effects of Nail Biting
added on: May 18, 2017
young woman biting nails while studying

Nail biting is a bad habit that often begins early in life as a response to stress or boredom, or sometimes as a subconscious reaction to nervousness. While the habit tends to fade as we get older, it’s estimated that about 30% of people continue to gnaw on their nails… Read More…


The Importance of Measuring Gum Pockets
added on: May 9, 2017
young woman in dental chair looking up

The process of measuring gum pockets, also known as periodontal charting, is pretty simple and should be painless as long as there is no infection. At our dental office in The Woodlands, when we do a periodontal charting, you’ll hear us call out several numbers as we gently poke along… Read More…


The Oral Health Dangers of Smokeless Tobacco
added on: April 24, 2017
chewing tobacco

April is recognized as Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and while many people know the risks associated with smoking tobacco, the team at our dental office in The Woodlands want to make sure our patients and neighbors know that just because smokeless tobacco is, well, smokeless, doesn’t mean it doesn’t have… Read More…


Your Frenectomy Questions Answered
added on: April 7, 2017
frenectomy

At our dental office in the Woodlands, we know our patients have questions about all things related to their oral health and the appearance of their smiles. Frenectomies are no different. What exactly is a frenectomy? Why would we ever recommend one? Can it really be beneficial? Not to worry,… Read More…


Words of Wisdom on Wisdom Teeth
added on: March 16, 2017
wisdom teeth

Getting your wisdom teeth taken out is such a common procedure that over 90% of Americans undergo the surgery. But why is it important that these late-blooming teeth come out? Can’t they just stay in there? Well, sometimes they can, but if it’s recommended that they be removed, it’s to… Read More…


All About Tooth Sensitivity
added on: March 7, 2017
sensitive

Having sensitive teeth can be incredibly uncomfortable and painful, especially while eating and drinking hot or cold treats. At our Woodlands dental office, we understand how tooth sensitivity can keep you from enjoying your favorite foods and beverages, and we don’t want anyone to experience the pain and burden of it…. Read More…


Top 4 Ways to Stop Biting Your Cheeks
added on: February 22, 2017
biting

Cheek biting is a common habit and is actually very similar to nail biting. Typically brought on by stress or when nervous, biting the inside of the cheek — or the lips or tongue — can be painful, and in certain cases, concerning for the dental team at our Woodlands dental… Read More…


Decrease Sugar in Your Diet with These Tips
added on: February 13, 2017
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It’s probably no surprise that the team members at our dental office in the Woodlands aren’t big fans of sugar. Too much of the sweet stuff can seriously compromise your oral health, and we’d rather see your pearly whites happy and healthy. That’s one reason why we encourage all of… Read More…


Do Your Pets Need Dental Care?
added on: January 23, 2017
pet teeth

At my dental office in the Woodlands, we’re in the business of helping each one of our patients get and keep a beautiful, healthy smile. We’ll even often give advice on what you can do at home to protect your dental health. But humans aren’t the only ones that can… Read More…

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Why Are There So Many Different Types of Mouthwash?
added on: January 13, 2017
mouthwash

As you probably already know, there are several types of mouthwash available — some minty, some a bit fruity, some that claim to kill germs, and some that protect against gum disease and gingivitis. But do we really need so many? At my dental office in the Woodlands, we know… Read More…

Posted In: Dental Hygiene

Does Baking Soda Really Whiten Teeth?
added on: December 20, 2016
baking soda

Baking soda is advertised as a multi-purpose household staple that can be used to mask smells, brighten your clothes, and yes, even whiten your teeth. While we can’t speak on its effectiveness in any other form, my dental office in The Woodlands can support the claim that baking soda can,… Read More…


Is Your Smile Making You Look Older?
added on: December 13, 2016
aging

Your smile can say a lot of things about you — you’re happy, you’re confident, you’re professional, you’re… old? Nobody wants people to think that, but the unfortunate truth is, your smile may be aging you in the eyes of others. At my dental office in The Woodlands, we hear… Read More…


How to Protect Teeth from Diabetes
added on: November 22, 2016
diabetes

Did you know that an estimated 30 million Americans are living with diabetes? At my Woodlands dental office, we have helped patients of all ages diagnosed with diabetes maintain their oral health. This is important because diabetes can leave you more susceptible to other issues such as periodontal (gum) disease, infections,… Read More…


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