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You Have an Impacted Tooth. Now What?

After weeks of off-and-on jaw discomfort, you decide to visit the dentist to find out the source of your symptoms. After a few x-rays and a quick exam, the dentist informs you that your wisdom teeth are impacted and will need to be surgically removed.

>How did this happen? Could you have done anything to […]

Regular Dental Visits

Haven’t Been to the Dentist in Years? Here’s What to Expect
Despite recommendations for dental check-ups every six months, we often see people in our Katy dental office who have not been to the dentist many years – sometimes decades! Chock it up to dental anxiety, no insurance, embarrassment, or perhaps just life getting in the […]

Tips for Coping with Sensitive Teeth

It’s that searing pain that shoots through your mouth when you bite into a cold Popsicle or drink a cup of hot coffee. You have sensitive teeth and the seemingly normal foods that other people seem to enjoy making you cringe at the thought of consuming them. Approximately 1 in 8 people suffer from the […]

6 Steps to Prevent Gum Disease

Gum disease is a highly prevalent health condition in the U.S. and the primary reason most people lose their teeth. The majority of adults over age 18 have some form of gum disease, whether mild form of gingivitis or a more serious condition called periodontal disease. Symptoms may begin as reddened, inflamed gums that bleed […]