Oral Health

Oral Care Wellness For Children

We all want what is best for our teeth. We brush twice a day, use mouthwashes twice a day, and visit the dentist almost every six months to keep our teeth healthy. However, there are still many things to oral care wellness than the basics we do regularly. They may...

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Dental Home Care for Healthy Teeth

Dental home care is an important part of your oral health. But are you caring for your teeth correctly? While brushing and flossing might seem simple, proper care can be difficult. Below, we will explain the right way to care for your teeth. Brushing Your Teeth the...

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Start the New Year With a Dental Exam

Do you have any New Year’s resolutions? If you’re like many Americans, you might be thinking about joining a gym or starting a new diet. Health-based resolutions are a popular way to start fresh in the new year. And while diet and exercise are certainly important...

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Are Your Favorite Drinks Affecting Your Teeth?

Are you a coffee addict or tea lover? Maybe you like to enjoy soft drinks or fruit juices? Many of our favorite beverages are delicious, but that doesn’t mean they’re good for our teeth. Below, we will explain how some common drinks can affect your oral health. We’ll...

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Things to Watch for After Oral Surgery

The recovery period after oral surgery is usually uneventful, but complications do arise from time to time. For this reason, it's important to pay close attention in the days following a surgical procedure and to be on the lookout for a few red flags. Warning Signs of...

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How to Properly Use Dental Floss

Flossing is a vital aspect of maintaining gum and overall oral health, but it's something a few of us know how to do effectively. Using dental floss removes food particles, plaque, and other debris your toothbrush simply cannot reach, particularly between the teeth...

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Is Flossing Truly a Part of Oral Hygiene?

After you use the bathroom, washing your hands can destroy germs, preventing them from making you sick. Like washing your hands, flossing can keep decay-causing bacteria from building up inside your mouth. This prevents decay, cavities and more. Adding flossing to...

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Oral Cancer: Know Your Risk [Infographic]

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and your Baytown, TX dentist wants you to know the risk factors. To kick off this month’s blog, we’re sharing an infographic that lists some of the risk factors of oral cancer. Keep in mind that about 25% of those diagnosed with...

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Oral Health Tips For Summer In Baytown, TX

Welcome to our oral health blog! You really can’t beat summer in Texas. This is the season to hang out with friends and family at such locales as the Houston Raceway, Pirates Bay Water Park, Baytown Nature Center, anyone’s backyard, etc. But with so much to do, you’ll...

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