Toothache Home Remedies

It’s almost a law of nature that toothaches pop up when you’re out of town or the dentist’s office is closed. If you’re looking for safe and effective toothache relief until you can get in with your dentist, here are some Plano dentist-approved home remedies to help you get by:

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Tricks to Help Curb Sugar Cravings

As we get closer to the holidays, sweets start to pop up everywhere we look. First, it’s Halloween candy, then it’s Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie. Next, come the Christmas Candy Canes. Brushing, flossing, keeping up with your dental check-ups is always important – but if sweets do get the best of your teeth, we provide cavity…

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When Should I See My Dentist for Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is a common condition that our Plano dentist sees each week. Depending on the symptoms and extent of your tooth sensitivity, you may or may not need to see someone about it right away. Here are some things to look for if you notice irritation, tenderness, or sensitive teeth from time to time:

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Visiting The Dentist During COVID Dentist and Patient

How long has it been since you’ve seen our Plano dentist? If it’s been longer than your “regular” six-months, you’re not alone. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused people with otherwise healthy teeth and gums to see an uptick in issues like gingivitis, tartar buildup, halitosis, and tooth decay. Not just because they aren’t seeing the…

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Dental Plaque What You Can Do About It Man Flossing

You brush your teeth every night and visit your Plano dentist every six months, but you still wake up each day with unpleasant, embarrassing morning breath. The cause of this frustrating phenomenon? Often, it’s dental plaque. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take at home to fight plaque and protect your vibrant smile.

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Holiday Snacking for Healthy Teeth

We know, holiday sweets are irresistible… but they’re also often not so great for your teeth. Those gingerbread lattes and slices of pecan pie aren’t doing your mouth any favors, even if they are festive. Fortunately, it’s surprisingly easy to enjoy holiday snacks that protect your oral health instead of harming your teeth and gums.…

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