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How Visiting a Dentist Regularly Can Lead to Big Savings!

January 25, 2019

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woman smiling while receiving dental checkupStatistics show that of the Americans with dental insurance, less than 3% of them will maximize their coverage by the end of the year. That means they are missing out on the valuable oral health and financial benefits they could enjoy. As you read on, a local dentist explains why one should never miss an opportunity to receive preventive care!


Start the New Year with a Beautiful Smile with Help from Your Dentist!

January 10, 2019

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man smiling looking in mirrorWhen it comes to your appearance, one of the most important components is the condition of your smile. So if you spent last year feeling insecure, then now is the perfect time to do something about it. Your dentist explains how a cosmetic dental procedure can revamp your image in the new year and leave you feeling like a brand-new person!


Here Are Seven Tooth-Friendly Travel Tips from a Dentist

January 3, 2019

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First aid tooth graphicMost of us travel a bit during the holidays. We also take some well-deserved time to enjoy ourselves; nothing wrong with that, of course. But we may be setting ourselves up for tooth trouble down the road unless we follow these timely travel tips from a local dentist.


Is Flu Treatment Damaging Your Teeth? Consider These Flu Season Tips

December 20, 2018

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A woman sick laying on a couch.When the cold and flu season hits, it affects some people harder than others. It’s just another reason why getting your flu shot is so important during this time of year. However, if you have the flu and are currently taking over-the-counter medications or drinking beverages that aid your sickness, you may want to reconsider.

Many of these aids may help your symptoms, but they can also increase your risk of plaque buildup and tooth decay. To combat them, take note of these flu season tips.



Why You Should Consider Dental implants for Teeth You Can’t See

December 1, 2018

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Dental instrument cleaning teethMost people think of dental implants as a purely cosmetic treatment option. In reality, implants not only enhance your smile, they also restore lost functionality and guard against further tooth loss. This makes them an option worth considering even if the teeth you’re missing are in the back of your mouth where no one can see them.


Wondering What Makes You Cavity Prone? Here’s Some Insight from a San Marcos Dentist

November 30, 2018

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electric and manual toothbrushesTooth decay and gum disease are like schoolyard bullies. They pick on some of us more than others. Keeping them at bay means brushing and flossing, using dental rinse, watching what you eat, and seeing your dentist for regular cleanings and checkups.


Help! Am I Losing My Gums Because of Gum Disease?

October 6, 2018

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Gum examAn eroding gumline is a common dental problem often linked with gum disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one out of every two Americans adults aged 30 or over have gum disease. If gum recession is left untreated, the supporting tissue and bone structures of the teeth can be severely damaged, and you may end up losing some of your teeth. However, many of the contributing factors to gum recession are easily preventable. Below is everything you need to know about gum recession and how to prevent it.


Your Dentist Has Secrets for Oral Healthcare During Halloween

October 3, 2018

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Jack-o'-lantern bucket full of candy.With Halloween at the end of the month, kids all over America are licking their lips in anticipation of stocking up on their favorite candy. Parents, it’s okay to indulge too, but you have to watch out for your family’s oral health during this time of sugar and sweets. With 35 million pounds of candy corn made for each Halloween, it’s no wonder there’s an increase in cavities and other dental issues during this holiday. Read on to learn some tips on how you and your family can have a happy (and healthy) Halloween from your local dentist.


Your Dentist Explains Good Oral Health Habits to Get Into

Filed under: Uncategorized — drhoward @ 8:31 pm

Man with beautiful smile.Humans are habitual. Whether it be the time you leave for work, or what you eat for lunch, humans form habits a lot of the time without even knowing it. Certain habits like exercising are healthy, while others can be detrimental to your health. The same thing goes for oral health: there are some habits that will help you and some that can hurt your teeth and gums. Read on to learn good oral health habits to get into from your local dentist.


Are Your Teeth Sensitive? Your Dentist Explains Why!

September 3, 2018

Filed under: Uncategorized — drhoward @ 8:19 pm

Man with tooth pain.Do you feel sensitivity or discomfort when you take a swig of ice-cold water? What about when you sip your morning cup of coffee? Sensitive teeth can be uncomfortable, and they will make you want to avoid some of your favorite foods and drinks. There are a few things that could be causing your sensitive teeth. Keep reading to learn why your teeth are sensitive and what you can do to help from a trusted dentist.


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