If you’ve been getting into the spring cleaning mode, you just might want to use some of that energy to help your community out, too! Grab a friend, the whole family, or head out solo to contribute to the City Of Katy Trash-Off, so we can keep Katy looking beautiful.
Did you know that there are simple to address habits that can actually take a very serious toll on your smile? When you want to protect your oral health, it can feel a little overwhelming at times. Brushing and flossing is important. Trips to see us are very important. Then there are those other details (like the aforementioned bad habits) to steer clear of. Rest assured, you will learn everything you need to know during checkups with us. For now, let’s cover some significant bad-habit details.
GERD is a problem that seems like it’s isolated to your stomach. However, it’s important that if you’re suffering from this issue, you recognize it can actually affect your entire digestive system, which begins with your mouth, so your oral health is at risk! Have you received a diagnosis for gastroesophageal reflux disease? Have you read up on the symptoms and it sounds an awful lot like your experiences? If so, we have some suggestions we strongly encourage you to consider.
When you think about your dental floss, what type of emoji might you used to express your feelings? An overjoyed one? An angry face? Perhaps the crying face with tears streaming down its cheeks. If you’re not happy with your floss, you won’t be happy with your flossing experience. If you like your floss, you will be more than pleased with this part of your dental hygiene. As it stands, it’s time to take in some helpful tips to ensure your floss puts a (healthy) smile on your face.
Would you say that you’re quite the damaged tooth aficionado? Is there no detail too small or obscure regarding restorative care for you to pick up on? If you happen to feel quite educated on dental crowns, then we think you will pass our quiz with flying colors! However, if you are like many of our patients who know a bit but would like to learn a little more, you just might gather more knowledge with a few true-or-false questions.
If you’re in the market for a better looking smile and you wish you could just remove just a little dental tissue from the problem area, you might be looking for dental contouring. This is a cosmetic treatment that we offer as a means of taking care of problems with the esthetics of your smile by smoothing them away. Want to shorten your tooth? Need to smooth out a tiny nick? Hoping to make your smile look less jagged and more uniform? This just might be what you’ve been looking for. Get a quick boost of excitement by considering some major advantages.
Choosing orthodontic treatment is not only all about making your smile look amazing. This is, of course, an exceptional benefit of aligning your teeth but we encourage you to recognize that the advantages do not stop there! In fact, it’s often very important that you improve your alignment in an effort to protect your oral health. Are you surprised? Get a better feel for why a balanced smile is so significant with some quick tidbits.
Are you sure about how to keep your child’s smile healthy? Are you aware that maintaining baby teeth is actually a crucial step toward protecting your child’s future smile? If this is a bit shocking to you, it’s certainly time you come in for a visit with us to learn more. Let’s do a bit of exploration into this topic with a brief quiz.
Your mouth is not invincible, as you probably already know. Unfortunately, beyond the stuff you’re already thinking about on a daily basis (such as gingivitis, infection, and tooth decay), there’s the chance of accidental injury! Whether you bite into something that your teeth cannot break down or you get smacked in the face with a baseball, unexpected dangers abound! Don’t worry. You can protect your oral health with some very simple guidelines.
While your taste buds may seem to be quite loyal to you, delivering the same experience with flavors for a very long time, it’s never surprising when a patient asks us why things no longer taste the same. A variety of changes can come into play, sometimes as the result of an oral health concern and other times as a natural result of seeing yet another birthday go by. Let’s see what you know with a quiz (and offer up details you have yet to learn).