How Sports Drinks Can Damage Teeth 
added on: June 14, 2021

As the weather warms up and we’re spending more time outside in the heat, we tend to get thirstier than normal. Many of us may turn to our favorite sports drinks to rehydrate after a day in the sun or after a tough workout. While these beverages can help replace… Read More…


What Causes Sudden Tooth Discoloration? 
added on: May 25, 2021

Tooth staining can seem to happen overnight, but chances are, something has been introduced to your teeth over time that slowly darkened your teeth. With the exception of dental trauma, tooth discoloration is mostly caused by repeated exposure to staining ingredients or because of something health-related. So what can you… Read More…


Seasonal Allergies & Your Dental Health
added on: May 18, 2021

The sun is shining. The flowers are in full bloom. Your allergies are on high alert. This could only mean one thing — it’s springtime. Even though this season brings the outdoors to life, it can also kick-start your body’s response to some allergens in the air. The symptoms of… Read More…


Including Oral Health in National Women’s Health Week
added on: May 12, 2021

Did you know that besides Mother’s Day there’s an entire week dedicated to women each and every May? Known as National Women’s Health Week, this U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health sponsored week is celebrated from Mother’s Day through Saturday and strives to encourage girls… Read More…


How to Protect Teeth From Acid Reflux
added on: April 29, 2021

Acid reflux, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD, is an incredibly common problem associated with the digestion process. So why in the world is your dentist in The Woodlands writing about something that’s typically seen as a stomach problem? The truth is, acid reflux can wear down tooth… Read More…


Early Signs of Mouth Cancer
added on: April 16, 2021

Mouth cancer, also known as oral cancer, affects more than 50,000 newly diagnosed people every year. It’s scary, it’s serious, and it can be deadly. However, it’s not all bad news. In fact, oral cancer can be treated successfully if it’s caught early and treatment begins quickly. To do this,… Read More…


What Is Gingivitis? 
added on: March 29, 2021

Gingivitis is a type of gum disease and is the mildest stage of gum disease. At its core, gingivitis means that there is an active infection in the gum tissue, but it can be treated and cured if it’s caught and treated by your dentist in The Woodlands before it… Read More…


What To Do If You Crack A Tooth
added on: March 22, 2021

Anyone can crack a tooth at any time and anywhere. If this happens, you should schedule a visit with your dentist in The Woodlands as soon as you can. But there are a few things you can do at home to help protect your tooth and relieve any pain that… Read More…


What Are Dental X-Rays Used For? 
added on: February 19, 2021

We’re all used to showing our teeth off for photographs. But when it comes to your dentist in The Woodlands, we’re more interested in you smiling for a different kind of picture — dental x-rays. Chances are you’ve experienced these diagnostic images at your dental appointments, but what exactly are… Read More…


Pandemic Stress & Oral Health Problems
added on: February 15, 2021
stressed man with mask

As we head into the one-year mark of this pandemic, there are still several unknowns. But one thing has remained constant the whole time — stress levels are high, and rightfully so. Stress isn’t the best thing for health, especially at times like these. Prolonged periods of high stress can… Read More…


Masks & Oral Health
added on: January 28, 2021

Over the past several months, seeing facemasks everywhere we go has become the norm. For the foreseeable future, these facemasks will continue to be a part of our lives to help stop the spread of COVID-19. But this change in our daily routines can have a side effect that directly… Read More…


Celebrate The New Year With a New Smile
added on: January 20, 2021

We have officially rung in the new year, which means all of the resolutions are in full effect. During this time, many people commit to transforming their lives. Whether they’ve resolved to eat healthier, lose weight, or stop smoking, the new year provides a fresh start and gives people a… Read More…


How to Prevent Tooth Staining
added on: December 17, 2020

Many everyday things can cause tooth staining, from your daily cup of coffee to your nightly glass of red wine. But don’t worry, your dentist in The Woodlands has some good news. You don’t necessarily need to stop enjoying all the things that can stain your teeth. In fact, there… Read More…


Does My Dentist Know That I Don’t Brush My Teeth? 
added on: November 24, 2020

We’ve all been there — sitting in the dentist’s chair, feeling a little bit guilty about our brushing habits (or lack thereof), and worrying about what our dentist is about to say. But is there anything to actually worry about? Can your dentist in The Woodlands really tell if you… Read More…


Oral Health Tips for Diabetics 
added on: November 16, 2020

Diabetes is a disease that keeps the body from properly processing food into usable energy. If diabetes is not controlled or maintained, it can lead to overall health concerns such as heart disease, eye problems, kidney failure, and oral health complications. In fact, there is a known link between diabetes… Read More…


Why is Dental Care So Important?
added on: October 27, 2020

We all know that good dental care helps protect teeth against cavities. But did you know that maintaining good oral health can also help protect overall health? In fact, research continues to show us that dental care is key to a healthy body. Join your dentist in The Woodlands as… Read More…


What To Eat After Having Dental Work Done
added on: October 22, 2020

Having dental work isn’t like other procedures where you can eat whatever you want afterward. In fact, it can be difficult to find something you can easily eat after dental treatment. Whether you’re recovering from oral surgery, a dental implant placement, a root canal, or even a filling and are… Read More…


Celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month
added on: October 19, 2020

October is National Dental Hygiene Month, an entire 31 days dedicated to our trusted and caring hygienists. This year, like most things, the celebration is a little bit different and has an appropriate theme — Faces of Courage. Sponsored by the American Dental Hygienists’ Association and Colgate, National Dental Hygiene… Read More…


How Cancer Treatment Affects Your Mouth  
added on: September 28, 2020

As we head into the month of October, we tend to see pink ribbons everywhere in support of breast cancer research and breast cancer patients. Cancer is one of those scary words nobody wants to hear, and it can cause feelings of uncertainness and weariness of what treatment will bring…. Read More…


How To Brush Your Teeth When You Have Braces
added on: September 23, 2020

Many adolescents and teens (and even some adults!) go through some type of orthodontic treatment, and oftentimes traditional braces are the best way to straighten teeth. In fact, braces are almost a type of rite of passage for many teenagers as they transition from a child to a young adult…. Read More…


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