If you haven’t been in to see us in quite some time, you might be feeling hesitant. If you’re considering coming in as a new patient but you’ve been away from dental care for a while or you’re just not sure what to expect, you might put your appointment off for a while. Then again, you might not like the way your smile has been looking as of late but you’re having a hard time putting your finger on the problem. There are a lot of reasons to need care and they all require you to start with one thing: Schedule a dental visit with us!
While February is home to Valentine’s Day and Groundhog Day, it’s also a month that celebrates something related to oral health. It’s National Children’s Dental Health Month! How does one celebrate this type of holiday, you wonder? Well, it’s more of a month-long spotlight on children’s dental care and how to make sure your sons and daughters are enjoying excellent dental hygiene (and receiving the professional treatments they need). Ready for a quick review?
Are you someone who enjoys kombucha and you’ve heard of a friend who makes her own? Perhaps you feel like you’re spending an awful lot of money dashing to the store to pick a bottle up and wonder if you could be one of those individuals who makes kombucha for yourself. Perhaps you’re curious if there are any additional benefits (beyond saving money) to doing so. You can learn about all this and more at the upcoming How To Make Your Own Kombucha And Why event!
When you notice that your teeth seem worn down, it can certainly feel quite alarming. Before you feel overwhelmed, it’s important to remember that just a single dental visit to our practice will reveal the contributing factor and we will provide you with a care plan to fix the damage. As for what’s been causing the problem in the first place, we are happy to offer a few common, potential factors that may be coming into play. Remember, don’t worry: Just schedule an appointment!
When you’re about to brush your teeth, do you ever wonder how much toothpaste you should be using? Are you using too much? Perhaps you’re not using enough! Then, if you have children, you may also feel uncertain about how much toothpaste to use for their growing smiles. The same as you? A different amount? To put all of these concerns to rest, we can quickly outline the details for you (and clear up some common confusion) to ensure everyone’s oral health remains in tip top shape.
When you’re a patient who has a sensitive gag reflex, dealing with dental care can become quite frustrating. Beyond the fact that some aspects of your dental hygiene at home can prove difficult, the same may become true of coming in to see us. You want to do all of the things we suggest, of course, to protect your oral health. However, when you gag through most of it, the decision to jump ship and hope for the best often takes over. Good news: We can help you with the difficult details! Follow some helpful suggestions for easier, more comfortable care.
Have you been hearing an awful lot about the STAAR test because it seems like that’s just about all anyone talks about anymore? If you have children in Keller schools and you’re wondering what you can do to help your kids prepare, you have questions about the test, and more, this upcoming Free Community Open Day might be just what you’ve been hoping to find.
When you’re thinking that cosmetic dentistry sounds like something you would enjoy receiving but quickly dismiss it, we have a feeling you may be getting something wrong. Perhaps you have heard rumors that aren’t exactly reliable. Maybe you’re making some assumptions about it before you ask us any questions. To make sure you’re not missing out on a prettier smile, we suggest you make your way through some things patients frequently misunderstand about cosmetic care!
There’s nothing like Valentine’s Day to confuse patients! On one hand, you feel really excited about the romance that comes about each year on February 14th. On the other hand, the mounds of sugar that come into play seem like something we would likely tell you to avoid. As a result, you may end up thinking that your participation in this holiday is something we frown upon. You will be happy to learn this couldn’t be further from the truth! Consider some helpful suggestions that will allow you to celebrate free of guilt without skimping on dental hygiene.
You might know that dental cleanings are important. However, it’s not unlikely that you’re unsure what makes them so significant. If you don’t really know much when it comes to the point of receiving cleanings for your oral health, we encourage you to become more familiar! It will give you all the motivation you need to schedule preventive visits.