Posts Categorized: Dental Health

Roads To Preventing Oral Health Problems

Did you know that there are many roads that lead to effective prevention of oral health problems? “But, don’t I just need to practice preventive care?” you might find yourself asking. Well, in short, the answer is yes! However, are you certain about each and every aspect of prevention, which is actually a multifaceted approach… Read more »

Stop! Replace Smile Myths With Facts This Instant! 

There are smile myths you might hear that you immediately recognize as sounding not-quite-right. Then, there are those tall tales you might unintentionally end up carrying around with you as knowledge that you believe because they sounded reasonable enough. Remember, when you’re not sure about something, it’s always smart to run it by our Southlake,… Read more »

4 Questions And 4 Answers: Your Tongue!

If there’s ever been a particular part of one’s oral health that is often a bit misunderstood but that most certainly requires just as much care and attention as any other, it’s your tongue! As a result, you may have what feels like a backlog of a long list of questions you have never asked… Read more »

Smile Care: Wants, Needs, Considerations

When you start thinking about your dental care with our Southlake, TX team, you may find that you are well aware that there are certain things you need for your smile, based on our recommendations and your instinctual understanding that you’d like a healthy smile. Then, there are things you occasionally think about that you… Read more »

End-Of-Summer Smile Planning

It seems just yesterday summer had just begun! You had a whole, nice long season with which to make plans for your smile. If you followed through on them and are merrily on your way toward the end of this sunny time of year with a grin you feel completely good about, then we offer… Read more »

Flossing: Things You Can Easily Improve

As you are well aware, your preventive care is of the utmost importance in your daily life. When you’re skipping out on the details, you’re not doing a thorough job. When your job is only partially done, you’re leaving behind plaque and you’re opening the door for serious problems to affect your smile. Why not… Read more »