In our last blog, we briefly mentioned how a better diet could help little smiles stay free of cavities. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists would like to discuss this subject in greater detail. The foods and drinks kids and adults consume can have a major impact on the health and beauty of… Read more »
Month: October 2019
Just like teens and adults, children benefit from preventive dental care. With the right routine procedures, we can help smiles of all ages avoid the onset of cavities, dental infection, and gingivitis. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists will talk about our preventive procedures and how we safeguard little smiles!
Do you have pain in your tooth? If so, then you may have an oral health issue that needs treatment. Otherwise, the risk of a more serious complication arising only increases. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists will take a look at the factors behind toothaches, and when you should contact our team… Read more »
A number of different issues could cause a cavity to form and people of all ages are susceptible to them. In fact, studies show less than 2% of the population is immune to dental caries. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists will discuss possible solutions to cavities, and the steps you can your… Read more »
Tooth decay is a common oral health problem, one that impacts children and adults. In order to address the decay and improve the health of your smile, we may recommend a unique and long-lasting dental restoration. With a lifelike material, your El Paso, TX, dentist can treat cavities and return smiles to optimal health and… Read more »
You’re probably familiar with a routine dental cleaning, but what if a patient comes to us with gingivitis or periodontal disease? In order to prevent periodontitis and adult tooth loss, your El Paso, TX, dentists may recommend a deep cleaning, also known as a scaling and root planing. In today’s blog, we’re going to look… Read more »
How often do you need to see your dentist for an exam? Does the frequency change based on age or the current state of your oral health? In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how often you should see us to have your smile examined and cleaned. We’re also discussing the benefits of preventive… Read more »