The Signs and Symptoms of Gum Disease

If you want your smile to last a lifetime, then beware of gum disease. Gum disease can lead to many severe oral health complications, including cavities, tooth loss, and even bone loss in your jaw. That is why recognizing this condition can help you in treating it before it’s too late. Our dentist, Dr. Michael Nguyen at North Texas Dental... read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: Teeth Whitening Treatments

Teeth whitening is a system that weeds out stains and discolorations in your teeth to enhance your smile. Even though teeth whitening benefits are found in toothpaste, mouthwash, and even chewing gum, the most effective forms remain teeth whitening treatment kits. Remove deep stains and discolorations with whitening treatments such as professional and store-bought products. The highest quality teeth whitening... read more »

Is Your Lifestyle Putting Your Smile at Risk for Tooth Hazards?

Is your lifestyle putting your smile at risk for tooth hazards? If so, it is important to start taking steps to keep your smile safe from the dangers that lie all around us, including in the foods we eat and the activities we play. Here are some things you should know about protection your smile from oral health hazards: -... read more »

What Is Causing Your Painful Toothaches?

Are you suffering from painful and uncomfortable toothaches? What is causing your painful toothaches? Typically, a toothache is the result of damaged nerve endings, which indicated damage to the pulp of a tooth. Listed below are a few signs and symptoms you should constantly check for if you feel like you are suffering from a toothache: - Does your tooth... read more »

Gum Disease: What You Should Know

You may already understand that gum disease is a serious problem. In fact, you may know that if you brush and floss daily, you may be able to avoid this problem—but would you be surprised to hear that gum disease is fairly common? Sadly, many individuals have gum disease without even realizing it. Our team is trained to identify the... read more »

Your Teeth and Dental Sealants

You may have heard that dental sealants are great for the health of your teeth, and that they could even stop cavities from forming--but what else have you heard about this important treatment? For example, do you know if you’re a good candidate for sealants or why sealants benefit you? As you may know, sealants are useful because they keep... read more »