Responding To Tooth Pain And Sensitivity

Once you start to experience tooth pain, or begin to develop issues with sensitivity, it can be difficult to go about your day without the distraction of your discomfort. While this is an inconvenience, it is also important to note that these uncomfortable feelings can be a warning that something is wrong with your oral health. At our Dallas, TX dentist’s office, we can evaluate you to determine why you have issues with pain or sensitivity, and from there we can discuss treatment. Remember that letting a problem go unaddressed gives it time to worsen, which can lead to complications that create more threats for your smile! (more…)

Your Snack Habits And Your Smile

Have you done enough today to keep your teeth healthy? When you hear that question, you may think about the effort you took to brush and floss. These are important steps, but you also need to think about how your choices regarding your meals and snacks may have affected your smile. For snacks, many people look for what is convenient and think less about what will be good for their teeth. You may be exposing yourself to more sugar than you realize, something that will keep your risk for cavities elevated. At our Dallas, TX dentist’s office, we can offer guidance during your regular exams so that you can more effectively protect yourself against problems like tooth decay and gum disease. (more…)

Placing A Secure Dental Crown

Consistent and thorough oral hygiene efforts can keep your smile safe from problems like tooth decay. Unfortunately, even those patients who feel confident in the effort they put into caring for their teeth can experience problems that require restorative treatment. At our Dallas, TX dentist’s office, patients who require treatment can count on us even when an issue is serious. We can provide a custom dental crown that fits over a tooth to address problems with advanced decay as well as physical injuries that damage your enamel. When appropriate, we can provide a restoration made to match the color and texture of your enamel to preserve your smile! (more…)