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4 Ways to Beat Bad Breath
added on: December 11, 2017
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Bad breath can be caused by any number of things. But it can be embarrassing, and gum or mints only go so far in covering it up. Instead of masking the issue, our dental office in The Woodlands has a few tips on how to solve the problem once and… Read More…


Give Thanks to Your Teeth
added on: November 21, 2017
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Every November we take an entire Thursday to give thanks, spend time with friends and family, and eat. And eat, and eat. There’s also a tradition of sharing everything that you’re appreciative of. As you go around the dinner table sharing what you’re thankful for this Thanksgiving, let our Woodlands… Read More…


Top 7 Ways to Protect Yourself This Flu Season
added on: November 8, 2017
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Nobody enjoys the threat of the flu lurking everywhere this time of year. But with the right precautions you can protect yourself and your family and reduce your risk of contracting the flu. Our dental office in The Woodlands has put together a guide to help you avoid the flu… Read More…


There’s No Need to Fear Root Canals
added on: October 25, 2017
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A root canal tends to create a lot of apprehension and fear in many patients. After all, the treatment has had plenty of bad things said about it in the past, and its inaccurate reputation of being scary and incredibly painful has stuck with it throughout the years. However, the… Read More…


The Halloween Candy Guide for Those with Braces
added on: October 10, 2017
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With Halloween just around the corner, we hope all of our patients and neighbors are ready for a night of ghouls and ghosts, witches and wizards, and tricks or treats. When it comes to those treats, the team at our dental office in The Woodlands has a few pointers for… Read More…


Are Your Work Habits Hurting Your Oral Health?
added on: September 21, 2017
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Whether you work a typical 9 – 5, Monday through Friday job, or your schedule typically varies, the truth is Americans spend quite a bit of time at work each week. No matter what your job responsibilities are, several of the most common workplace habits can affect almost every type… Read More…


Top 5 Causes of Tooth Pain
added on: September 12, 2017
woman with tooth pain

We all know the feeling associated with tooth pain. You take a sip of your hot morning coffee and immediately feel a zing of pain. You clench your teeth and get a sharp jolt that makes you wince. Or perhaps you have a constant toothache that just won’t go away…. Read More…


Probiotics & Oral Health
added on: August 28, 2017
woman wearing probiotics tshirt

When we hear the word ‘probiotics,’ we don’t typically consider them beneficial for the mouth, but rather, the gut. While probiotics certainly have their place in digestive health, at our dental office in the Woodlands, we’ve come across some research that may suggest a link between certain types of probiotics… Read More…


Just a Teeth Cleaning? Think Again!
added on: August 14, 2017
dental hygienist in dental chair

Every six months or so you come into our dental office in The Woodlands to have your bi-annual teeth cleaning. This typically means a little bit of gentle scraping to remove plaque buildup, a thorough flossing, and a finishing polish. While one purpose for these hygiene visits is indeed to… Read More…


Exercise & Oral Health
added on: July 24, 2017
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We all know that we should exercise regularly to keep our bodies healthy. At our dental office in The Woodlands, we also know that exercising can be beneficial for our smiles. However, just like too much exercise or improper form can lead to injuries or trouble with overall health, we… Read More…


“What’s My Dentist Mean When Talking About Occlusion?”
added on: July 7, 2017
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During your appointments at our Woodlands dental office, you may have heard your dental team talk about “occlusion”, and you may have thought to yourself, “What are they talking about?” Basically, occlusion is just a dentist’s way of describing the way your top teeth come in contact with your bottom… Read More…


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
rows of bottled water

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…


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