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Why the New Year Is the Perfect Time to Get Your Dream Smile

December 28, 2020

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Not only is a new year almost here, but we’re also about to begin a whole new decade! That means now is a great opportunity to think about all the ways you want to improve in 2021. Maybe you want to save money, exercise more often, or eat more vegetables. But your dentist recommends taking a look at your smile. If you have multiple imperfections in your teeth, it may be time to consider achieving your dream smile with cosmetic dentistry. Here are three reasons why!


3 Ways to Get Yourself to Floss More in the New Year

December 14, 2020

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Woman flossing

When February arrives, New Year’s resolutions often become a distant memory. But that doesn’t have to be the case. If one of your goals for the new year is to have a healthier smile, flossing regularly will definitely help you achieve it. Studies show that only 30 percent of adults floss daily. Don’t let this be you! Keep reading for 3 ways to help make sure you stick to your dental health goals.


Five Tips to Keep Your Smile Healthy During the Holidays

November 5, 2020

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The holidays are here, and with them comes loads of tasty treats filled with sugar and starch. While some of your traditional favorites might be great for your soul, they are not as friendly to your teeth. Fortunately, your local dentist has five tips to share that can help you keep your smile glowing this season while still enjoying some of your favorite holiday foods.


What Does Your Dental Insurance Plan Cover?

September 19, 2020

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woman pondering what her dental insurance plan covers

About 77 percent of Americans have dental insurance to some degree, according to the National Association of Dental Plans. However, because dental insurance is quite different from medical insurance, many people aren’t quite sure how it works or what types of services are covered. In order to make the most of your benefits, it helps to know a few basics. Keep reading below to learn about some important terms you need to know, as well as what services are typically covered.


How Binge-Watching Can Affect Your Oral Health

August 20, 2020

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Woman eating popcorn while binge-watching TV

Do you remember having to sit in anticipation for an entire week to watch the next episode of your favorite show? Thanks to platforms like Netflix, full seasons are released at one time, so you don’t have to wait more than five seconds before finding out what happens next! While the convenience is undeniable, the era of constant content has led to the average American streaming a whopping 8 hours of content per day! Initially, the lack of social interaction and physical exercise are two major concerns; however, the mindless snacking that comes with marathon consumption is equally as troubling. Read on for four common binge-watching treats and how they affect your oral health.


Dentistry During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Addressing 3 Common Concerns

June 19, 2020

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Dentist cleaning medical lamp due to COVID-19 concerns

You know that you need to have your teeth examined and cleaned every six months, but you may be reluctant to make these important appointments if you have concerns about COVID-19 – whether you’re at direct risk for the virus or are worried that you might end up spreading it to a vulnerable member of your family. Your dentist in Frisco has the exact same concerns, which is why they’ve taken a number of steps to keep their office as safe as possible. Read on to learn how 3 of your COVID-19 concerns will be addressed during your next appointment.


Is It Safe to Go to the Dentist?

June 15, 2020

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Safe dentist wearing personal protective equipment

From CDC-approved instrument sterilization to personal protective equipment, your dentist and their team take significant precautions to follow proper infection control. However, in light of COVID-19, these already extensive measures are being taken to the next level to provide you peace-of-mind during your next visit. If you have found yourself wondering whether you should go to the dentist for a routine exam and cleaning, then read on for what practices are doing to remain a safe dentist during the current pandemic.


4 Tips for a Healthy Summer Smile

May 30, 2020

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Child at family dentist in Carrollton, TX

These summer months are like no other, but it’s still a time to look forward to. You get to spend more time with your family, and you may even have some fun activities planned. Because we’re in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping your oral hygiene routine together may be even more difficult than usual. Your family dentist in Carrollton, TX can give you some tips to ensure that you and your family are maintaining happy, healthy smiles during the summer months.


Hands Up: How Your Dental Team Keeps Them Clean in COVID-19

May 1, 2020

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Carrollton, TX dentist washes their hands in COVID-19

Excellent hand hygiene has always been an essential part of safe dentistry since a dentist’s hands come in close proximity to all their patients’ mouths. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, these ambitious standards have gotten even higher. In fact, a wide variety of extra infection control protocols has been established to ensure the office, staff, and dental tools are as clean as possible. Here’s what your Carrollton, TX dentist is doing to keep their hands exceptionally clean during the COVID-19 pandemic.


5 Oral Health Tips to Prevent Contracting COVID-19

April 14, 2020

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man with facial hair using electric toothbrush

Do you want to lower your risk of getting COVID-19? Of course, you do! Maybe you’re already practicing social distancing and wearing a mask when you have to go outside. But there are a few other precautions you can take, specifically in regard to your oral health, to keep your mouth clean and coronavirus-free. Keep reading as a dentist in Carrollton gives some tips for preventing COVID-19.

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