For great oral health, it’s important to brush and floss every day. Maintaining the habit may be challenging, but poor oral hygiene can have serious consequences. Read our blog post for a look at four reasons why daily brushing and flossing are so important.
Brushing your teeth twice daily is essential for great oral health. You may think any old toothbrush will work, but you want to choose one that’s right for you. Read our blog post for a look at the top factors to consider when choosing a toothbrush.
Dentists recommend brushing your teeth every day, but did you know you can brush too much? You can also brush too hard and damage your tooth enamel! Check out our blog post for what you need to know about overbrushing.
Patients who are diabetic need to take extra special care of their smiles in order to have positive oral and overall health. Read our blog post for some important tips to keep in mind so you can maintain healthy teeth and gums.
Sweet treats and drinks sometimes satisfy cravings or hunger like no other. However, sugary drinks can place your oral health at risk when consistently consumed. Check out our blog post to see how sugary drinks can cause damage to your smile.
Swollen gums can occur from something as easy as improper brushing or consuming something extra hot. If you are experiencing swollen gums, read our blog post to learn how to reduce swelling!
There are cases in which it is better for the patient’s oral health and overall health to have one or more teeth extracted. Read our blog post to learn about the extraction process and the recovery process.
If you’ve ever experienced tooth sensitivity, you know that the discomfort and inconvenience are a damper when enjoying regular activities. Getting to the root of the sensitivity can help you take care of the unpleasant sensation sooner. Read our blog post to learn about tooth sensitivity!
When you go to the store to purchase a toothbrush, you’re likely to be presented with an array of options, including electric toothbrushes. Read our blog post to find out if electric toothbrushes are better than manual toothbrushes.
Patients rarely look forward to having their wisdom teeth removed, but our Cedar Park dental team is here to help make your wisdom teeth removal as comfortable and efficient as possible. Read our blog post for a look at the side effects of wisdom teeth removal.