Posts Categorized: Preventive Dentistry

Oral Appliance Therapy Treats Both TMD And Bruxism

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TMJ disorder causes discomfort due to jaw joint strain, and bruxism means you grind and clench your teeth regularly. Without treatment, both of these can cause major discomfort or even damage teeth. In today’s blog, your Conroe, TX, dentist talks about how we can offer relief with oral appliance therapy.

Dental Cleanings Help Safeguard Your Smile

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When you have a professional dental cleaning, this removes the harmful buildup from your smile and fights cavities and gum disease. Which is why we recommend one every six months for patients of all ages. In today’s blog, your Conroe, TX, dentist talks about safeguarding your smile with dental cleanings.

How Regular Checkups Benefit Your Smile

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A dental exam is necessary for smiles of all ages. They benefit kids as young as age two and help adults and seniors too. In fact, these are crucial for protecting smiles from issues like bruxism, tooth decay, and even gum disease. In today’s blog, your Conroe, TX, dentist talks about the benefits of regular… Read more »

Rounding Out Your Preventive Routine

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Part of taking care of your smile’s health involves having a thorough understanding of what it is your grin needs. For instance, you can practice prevention in the form of brushing your teeth consistently, but if you neglect to care for your gum tissues and other components, you will likely run into trouble in terms… Read more »

Ask Our Team About An Oral Cancer Screening

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At a young age, you learn about the importance of brushing your teeth, flossing, and otherwise taking excellent care of your smile. When you were little, in fact, you likely had parents, guardians, siblings, and other family members emphasize a need for a regular dental routine. Though we learn that oral bacteria are the primary… Read more »

Let’s Revisit Your Preventive Dental Routine


Your smile’s health is affected by a host of concerns throughout the course of your lifetime, and these issues simply do not stop on their own. Indeed, what begins as minor infections may develop into even greater concerns down the line, costing you a tooth or two in the process. Although you may feel as… Read more »

Staying On Top Of Preventive Dental Care

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Sometimes it can become easy to be swooped up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, so much so that many daily routines become like second nature to us. For instance, when is the last time you can recall brushing your teeth with deliberate care? In the case of most of us, this might… Read more »

Taking A Look At Preventive Practices

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Looking and feeling your best begins with feeling comfortable in your own skin. This can mean addressing surface-level blemishes such as stains in your smile, or it may mean your preventive routine requires a little extra work. Indeed, dental prevention is considered the name of the game when it comes to caring for your smile,… Read more »

What Makes An Ideal Routine?

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When it comes to your smile’s health, in theory, the earlier you start routine care, the better off your oral health will be. Of course, this is dependent on a number of other factors, including the quality of care you practice, how often you practice prevention, and what you do to protect your structures from… Read more »

How We Treat Bruxism

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When you grind your teeth on a nightly or near-nightly basis, this could eventually damage your smile and alter the overall beauty, while also leaving teeth vulnerable to decay and infection. Known as bruxism, this could mean serious trouble for your oral health and smile function! In today’s blog, your Conroe, TX, dentist talks about… Read more »