Category: Dental Health

Candy and Your Teeth

Candy And Your Teeth

We all know how damaging foods high in sugar can be to our enamel, but what about candy and your teeth? What kinds of candy are healthier? What kinds of candy are more harmful? How can you indulge in your sweet tooth and avoid feeling guilty about what you choose? Avoid Sticky Sweet Treats The… Read more »

Will Cavities Heal?

Will Cavities heal? How are Cavities treated? These questions can keep you up at night if you’re facing a toothache, and you don’t know what to do. Read on to find out what to do if you think you have a cavity!

Are You Taking Care Of Your Smile At The Start Of Your Day?

To put it simply, some people have an easier time starting their day than others. While one person can spring out of bed feeling refreshed, another can struggle to extract themselves from their sheets in order to prepared for the day ahead. No matter how comfortable you are with your morning hours, you should set… Read more »

Problems With Your Nightly Rest May Affect Your Smile

Are you sleeping peacefully, or do you often find yourself lying awake at night struggling to rest? When a person develops a problem with their sleep routine, they can struggle with emotional and physical issues. In addition to being tired, irritable, and unfocused, you may have a harder time keeping up with regular tasks. Because… Read more »

The Importance Of Sticking With Smile-Friendly Foods

What you do to clean your teeth will obviously be important when it comes to fighting tooth decay and gum disease. Good oral hygiene helps you prevent the formation of tartar and plaque, which means you are less likely to experience problems that might require restorative dental work. With that said, the work you put… Read more »

Is The Damage From A Cavity Really Permanent?

It might be nice if your tooth could simply recover from a cavity on its own. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Without treatment from your dentist, decay will continue to permanently destroy your tooth structure. Eventually, the problem can even lead to an internal infection where bacteria are able to gather and spread through… Read more »

Optimal Smile Care: What Should Every Year Include?

You know on a very general level what your smile care should include. You need to brush your teeth and floss them. You’re supposed to have some visits with us, sometimes in order to help you stay the course with prevention. Then, of course, other times, it’s so we can fix things to get your… Read more »

Shocking Hints For Smile Protection When You’re Sick 

When you’re sick, whether you’re dealing with a nasty upper respiratory virus, a sinus infection, or something that’s causing you to feel queasy, one thing is for sure: Your main focus is feeling better and resting. As a result, it’s very easy to spend most of your (little) energy on reviving your very well being,… Read more »

The Guidelines For Thanksgiving And Simple Smile Care

Your smile care isn’t something that you are going to have to practice when it’s convenient but then uncomfortably place to the side, when certain things come up. A good example? The Thanksgiving day experience you’re so ready to have but that is making you wonder: Am I going to have to choose between being… Read more »

Smile Care: Things You Should Keep Up During Cold Weather

There are some things you complete in terms of your usual smile care that you may guess can just be put on the back burner the second the weather gets quite chilly in our Southlake, TX community. We certainly understand why you might think this. There are lots of grey days that seem to lack… Read more »