Most people get dental crowns at some point in their lives. A crown is a cap that fits over a natural tooth. It restores the tooth’s full function, improves its appearance, and protects it. Read our blog post to find out when you should get a crown. You’ll also learn how dental crowns are made.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Tyler, Texas dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on staying safe during the pandemic.
When you keep your teeth healthy, you’re keeping your whole body healthy. Besides taking care of your teeth and gums at home, regular visits to the dentist are important. Check out our blog post for advice on how often you should visit the dentist.
You’ve probably heard it before: your oral health has a strong connection to your overall health. That includes the health of your skin! In this post, we’ll go over the connections between oral health and skin health.
A new year is upon us. If you aren’t happy with your smile, now is a great time to consider what options are available. Check out our blog post for a look at two popular options: dental veneers and crowns.
You spend time with your toothbrush every single day, but do you ever stop to think about whether or not you’re using it correctly? Check out our blog post where we go over some important toothbrush tips, including how often you need to replace it.
If you have mild to moderate tooth alignment issues, you are likely a great candidate for clear aligners, also known as Invisalign. Check out our blog post to learn how to keep your Invisalign aligners clean at home.
You probably don’t think too much about the way you brush, but you could be brushing the wrong way. Check out our blog post where we explain 5 brushing mistakes to avoid at all costs.
Your diet has just as much of an impact on your dental health as it does your overall health. But did you know that some of the most commonly consumed foods are damaging for your teeth? Check out our blog post for a look at these foods, as well as foods that are good for your teeth.
And just like that, the summer season is almost over. Now is the time for kids to gear up to go back to school. We know you probably have plenty of items on your to-do list already to ensure that your child has everything they need for school, but there are a couple more things you might want to add so that their smile and oral health are looked after, too. Check out our blog post for a good back-to-school dental checklist.