Hello, welcome to the The Plano Dentist blog. Today we are going to talk about dry mouth, an unpleasant condition that can actually endanger the oral health of Plano and Allen TX dentistry patients. Reduction of saliva flow resulting in a dry mouth is a more common problem among older Plano adults; however, people of all […]
Today in the Plano dental blog we are going to talk about stomatitis. Stomatitis is dental-speak for something very common: non-specific irritations found in the mouth. Stomatitis is usually caused by cold sores, gum disease, or even from biting the inside of the mouth (ouch!). Any time the membranes in the mouth become inflamed, they […]
Toothaches always get worse on Friday night right before the weekend. Waiting to care for a sore tooth may leave your Dallas dentist saying things like “I wish you had come to me sooner.” Even with all the various causes of mouth concerns, a toothache sends a simple, clear message: get it checked! If you […]
What does it take to really change the way you look? Hours upon hours at the gym? Expensive trips to the most cutting-edge salon in the Dallas area? What about a routine trip to your dentist? You may not love going to the dentist, but you will love the results when they help you find […]
Dr. Kelly Kim recommends that you use extreme caution when considering a take-home Dallas tooth whitener. If you have tooth decay, gum recession, crowns, or veneers, you should deal with these issues before you whiten your teeth.
“The map keeps getting redrawn; technology keeps changing the routes we take. The compass, on the other hand, is more important then ever. If you don’t know which direction you’re going, how will you know when you’re off course? We spend most of our time learning the map, while we should be calibrating our compass.” […]
Smiles For Life is an organization set up through members of the Crown Council, a prestigious alliance of leading-edge dentists around the world who are strongly committed to excellence in their fields, to continuing education, to serving their communities through charitable work, and to focusing on treating patients, not teeth. Every year from March through […]