Top 4 Things That May Explain Your Discolored Teeth
added on: July 28, 2020
woman hiding her smile behind hat

Does your smile appear dull, dingy, and discolored? You’re not alone. In fact, Americans spend over a billion dollars on smile whitening products every year because they’re unhappy with the color of their teeth. But what if we could better understand what’s causing the discoloration in the first place and,… Read More…


Sun’s Out, Gums Out: How Sunshine Benefits Oral Health
added on: July 24, 2020
sun happy blocks in the sand

We’re heading into the dog days of summer, which typically means really hot days and a lot of sunshine. This can be great for enjoying some time in the pool, on the lake, or at the beach, but your dentist in The Woodlands wants you to know that all of… Read More…


Why Are My Gum Receding?
added on: July 20, 2020
woman with gum pain

When it comes to your oral health, it’s no surprise that your dentist in The Woodlands puts so much importance on taking proper care of your teeth. But did you know that your gums are another crucial aspect to overall oral health? In fact, our gums are just as important… Read More…


Why is Staying Hydrated So Important?
added on: June 24, 2020
drinking a glass of water

As we enter the hot summer months, it’s more important than ever to keep our bodies properly hydrated. After all, a well-hydrated body helps organs function properly, can improve sleep, and may even protect against infections. But as your dentist in The Woodlands knows, drinking enough water isn’t just good… Read More…


Does Flossing Cause Gum Pain?
added on: June 18, 2020
man examines his gums

It’s important to brush and floss your teeth every day to maintain good oral health. But what does it mean when your gums hurt afterward? Is it normal for gums to be sore or even bleed while flossing or shortly after flossing? Let’s check in with your dentist in The… Read More…


Why Men Are at Increased Risk for Oral Health Problems
added on: June 15, 2020
young man relaxing

Every June is recognized as Men’s Health Month and strives to bring awareness to just how important it is for men to keep up with doctor appointments, physicals, and routine procedures based on age. It’s also a time for your dentist in The Woodlands to encourage all men to seek… Read More…


How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush?
added on: May 29, 2020
toothbrushes

There are some things in life that should last forever, or at least a really long time. Unfortunately, your toothbrush isn’t one of them. In fact, your dentist in The Woodlands recommends swapping out your toothbrush every three (maybe four) months. But why is it important to get several new… Read More…


“Why Is My Tongue a Different Color?”
added on: May 20, 2020
woman sticking out her tongue

Usually you’ll find your dentist in The Woodlands spending most of their time talking about teeth. But today, we’re switching it up a bit and focusing on another important area of oral health — the tongue. This amazing muscle helps us speak, chew, and swallow, but did you know that… Read More…


Can Asthma Inhalers Cause Oral Health Problems?
added on: May 13, 2020
asthma inhaler

According to the CDC, 1 in 13 Americans has asthma. That’s nearly 25 million Americans who have this chronic disease that affects the respiratory system, resulting in difficulty breathing, wheezing, and chest pain. The most common treatment to combat the symptoms of asthma is the use of an inhaler. However,… Read More…


De-stress and Protect Your Oral Health
added on: April 23, 2020
stressed man

During these times of change and uncertainty, it’s only natural to feel stressed out. After all, we’ve all been thrust into staying at home and figuring out our new, temporary norm. Your dentist in The Woodlands understands. We’re in this together, and we’d like to help by talking about how… Read More…


Reduce Your Risk of a Dental Emergency
added on: April 16, 2020
young woman brushing teeth

Dental emergencies can be scary and painful. Most often, these emergencies are a result of an unexpected accident, but other times they can be avoided by taking certain preventive measures. Join your dentist in The Woodlands as we share some easy ways you can reduce your risk of a dental… Read More…


What’s Considered a Dental Emergency?
added on: April 9, 2020
woman with toothache

There’s a lot of uncertainty in the world today, including whether or not you should see your dentist in The Woodlands. We’re here to help. As of April 1, 2020, the American Dental Association (ADA) has recommended that dentists across the country suspend all routine dental care to help reduce… Read More…


Bad Breath & The Keto Diet
added on: March 18, 2020
Keto diet

One of the most popular weight-loss diets today is the Keto Diet. Many people find it to be effective and watch the pounds drop off. But what does this have to do with dentistry, and why is your dentist in The Woodlands talking about a weight loss diet? The truth… Read More…


3 Ways to Prevent Bad Breath
added on: February 25, 2020
woman with bad breath

We’ve all experienced the embarrassment of bad breath at some point in our lives. Maybe it was after a hearty dish of garlicky pasta or your morning cup of coffee. Or perhaps it’s something you deal with every day. Either way, we think it’s pretty fair to say that nobody… Read More…


The Surprising Connection Between Gum Disease & Heart Disease
added on: February 12, 2020
heart health month

Every February, we celebrate Heart Health Month to raise awareness of how we can both evaluate our risk for heart disease as well as what we can do to reduce that risk. While it may seem out of character to hear your dentist in The Woodlands talk about heart health,… Read More…


How to Quit Smoking
added on: November 20, 2019
time to quit

The Great American Smokeout, hosted on the third Thursday each November, strives to bring awareness to how quitting smoking can improve overall health. This is certainly something our dental office in The Woodlands can get behind since smoking directly affects oral health, too. Even though quitting smoking may be one… Read More…


Top Tips To Keep Your Family Healthy This Flu Season
added on: November 12, 2019
woman with the flu

It’s that time of the year again when the sounds of sneezes and sniffles, and coughs and congestion, are in the air. That’s right, it’s flu season, which can be a concerning time for all of us. At our dental office in The Woodlands, we want you to know that… Read More…


Give Three Cheers for National Dental Hygiene Month
added on: October 23, 2019
gentleman in dental chair with hygienist

October is known for a lot of things, but it’s the one month set aside each year to give a little bit of extra love to all of the immensely talented, caring dental hygienists out there. There are so many of them across the country whose work goes unnoticed or… Read More…


Everyone Can Do These Three Things to Relax at the Dentist
added on: October 15, 2019
young woman at the dentist

Your dentist in The Woodlands knows how incredibly unnerving a trip to have your teeth checked or cleaned can be for some patients. If this sounds like you, it’s essential to know that you’re not alone. Besides the fact that millions of Americans struggle with anxiety about seeing the dentist,… Read More…


The Top 3 Most Damaging Sports for Smiles
added on: September 25, 2019
kids playing lacrosse

Your dentist in The Woodlands is all about patients getting exercise and engaging in sports. It’s good for your body, mind, and spirit. However, there are quite a few sports that put your smile in danger every time you suit up. Some sports, for various reasons, put your teeth at… Read More…


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