October is Dental Hygiene Month, a special time where we stop to recognize all of the work that dental hygienists do to support the oral health of patients and to raise awareness regarding the importance of oral hygiene.
Today, people are juggling more activities than ever. Work and family often take priority, and many people choose to put self-care on the backburner. But, you don’t have to neglect your smile just because of a busy schedule. Invisalign makes it easy to achieve the radiant smile of your dreams without interrupting your life.
Let’s face facts; heading to the dentist isn’t always convenient, especially for families. Separate appointments, specialty treatment needs, conflicting schedules, and so much more can make managing the oral health of the entire family a challenge.
If you participate in a contact sport, like football, basketball, or soccer, having a mouthguard is a must. Even those who take part in sports where contact with a ball is possible, as well as skateboarders, BMX bikers, and those who rollerblade can benefit from the from a protective mouthpiece, limiting the chance of serious injury or tooth damage.
For many people, going to the dentist isn’t the most enjoyable experience. This could be because they didn’t receive the ideal care before or are generally nervous about how their appointment will go.
To say there are a lot of toothbrushes on the market today is an understatement. When people go to buy toothbrushes, they often encounter rows upon rows of options. And figuring out which is right for you can be a challenge.
Most people wouldn’t say that flossing is at the top of their list of favorite things to do. For that reason, a lot of people choose not to floss, while others only floss occasionally. However, flossing daily is important to your oral health, and it only takes a few minutes a day to get it right.
If you are wondering why flossing is so important, your El Campo dentist explains what you need to know.
Having missing teeth can make you very self-conscious, particularly when you speak or smile. But, dentures or partials might not be the best solution, and not everyone has the necessary surrounding tooth structure for a bridge.
If you need to replace a damaged tooth or are missing teeth, dental implants can be an ideal solution. They provide a permanent base for replacement teeth, creating a long-term solution that is custom designed to meet your needs.
If you are wondering whether dental implants are right for you, here’s what you need to know.
As the days get longer and the temperatures get warmer, it’s a sign that wedding season is now upon us. Whether you are planning a trip down the aisle yourself or are going to attend the wedding of someone you are close to, it’s wise to get your smile ready.
After all, weddings are usually well-documented events, particularly now that professional photographers, videographers, photobooths, and potentially hundreds of smartphones will be on site.
If you want to make sure you have a picture-perfect smile for your own or a loved one’s trip down the aisle, here’s what you need to know.
It’s that time of year again! It’s tax time.
While handling your taxes isn’t necessarily the most fun thing you can think of doing, it certainly has to be done. For those receiving a refund, the financial incentive to get your taxes handled can help make the activity less arduous.
Spring is an excellent time to plan a staycation. Children often receive some time off from school and the worst of the winter weather has typically passed! Spring weather makes it an inviting time to spend time outside and planning activities with some transportation are more doable and comfortable.
Did you know that tooth decay is considered one of the most common chronic diseases that affect kids? It’s true.
Around Valentine’s Day, we often get caught up thinking about the important people in our life. Maybe you’re focused on your significant other or are on the hunt for the perfect cards for your children to share at school. Heck, maybe you’re just looking forward to ordering some takeout and enjoying some uninterrupted Netflix!
February is Children’s Dental Health Month, making it an excellent time of year to make sure your child is up-to-date on their dental treatments. But many parents struggle when it comes to making their child comfortable with the dentist and we want to help make that easier.
Everyone wants to be remembered, but being known for your bad breath isn’t likely what you had in mind.
A lot of people are self-conscious when it comes to their breath, but that doesn’t mean you have to be. There are a lot of causes for bad breath, or halitosis, but there is also a range of cures that can take care of the problem.
Tis the season of love, generosity and, of course, gift-giving! While most people focus on their family and friends during the holiday season, it’s also important not to neglect taking care of yourself. The end of the year is an ideal time to treat yourself to a beautiful, radiant, and healthy smile…here’s why.
The winter holiday season is approaching, and it feels as though Thanksgiving is just around the corner. As everyone begins to devote their time and thoughts to friends and family, we want to take a moment to express just how thankful we are for the most important people at our dental office: you.
If you have established a good flossing habit, then congratulations! According to a few studies you are among a minority of Americans taking proper care of their teeth.
There is a reason why the dentist asks you every time you visit them if you have been brushing your teeth. It’s simple really; they ask because it’s important. Flossing gets in those small, hard to reach crevices in your mouth which are the same areas that are most likely to get cavities.