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5 Tips for A Healthier Smile | From your family dentist in Keller

tips for a healthier smile

Taking your oral health seriously is immensely important. If you want your smile to last you a lifetime, you must ensure you are taking all the necessary steps to keep your mouth’s health in check. Make good oral care a habit by brushing your teeth two to three times a day as well as flossing… Read more »

What to Know Before Starting Invisalign in Keller, TX

Invisalign in Keller

Invisalign in Keller, TX is a highly desired and innovative orthodontic technique and tool that was created to imitate the results achieved with metal braces. The difference is that Invisalign uses clear aligners rather than metals, wires, glue, and brackets; therefore giving a much more desirable appeal aesthetically as well as in regard to comfort…. Read more »

How to Prevent Dry Mouth While Sleeping

As a dentist in Keller, I often have patients asking “why do I have dry mouth at night?” or “how can I prevent dry mouth”. If you are someone who suffers from dry mouth, you understand the frustration of the condition. Dry mouth interferes with your quality of life, and especially, getting a good night’s… Read more »

Home Remedies for Toothaches

  If you are having trouble with an ongoing toothache, it’s important that you take the time to go see your family dentist in Keller to identify what could be the underlying cause. If you know what is causing that toothache, you will be more efficiently able to alleviate your symptoms such as pain, sensitivity,… Read more »

Toothpaste By Age

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?… Read more »

Gagging Problems: How To Press Forward With Dental Care

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… Read more »

How Does Tooth Decay Happen?

Cavities affect at least one permanent tooth of over 90% of adults in America, and remain the number one chronic disease among school-aged children. The prevalence of cavities, coupled with the fact that they directly destroy your tooth’s structure, makes them a prominent cause of tooth loss (though gum disease is the top cause). To… Read more »