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Carrollton Dental Blog

A Blog from a Dentist in Carrollton

Does Drinking Through A Straw Protect Teeth?

added on: July 23, 2021

When it comes to maintaining good oral health, every little bit counts. This includes making sure you brush your teeth twice a day, floss everyday, and see your dentist in Carrollton at least every six months. But there are other small changes you can make in your daily life to… Read More…


Do White or Silver Fillings Last Longer?

added on: July 12, 2021

Most Americans have had or will have at least one cavity in their lifetime. In fact, the CDC estimates that about 90% of U.S. adults have already had a cavity. When patients develop a cavity, often the best way to fix it is with a dental filling. Most dental offices… Read More…


Snoring & Oral Health

added on: June 23, 2021

The sound of snoring at night can keep both the snorer and others in the house from getting a full night of sleep. But did you know that snoring can actually affect both your overall health and oral health? In fact, while snoring is one of those things that may… Read More…


5 Things All Men Need to Know About Their Oral Health

added on: June 10, 2021

From Father’s Day (on June 20th!) to Men’s Health Month, June is a time to recognize all the men in our lives. This month is dedicated to raising awareness of just how important it is for men of all ages to focus on their health and seeks to encourage them… Read More…


Do I Really Need to Floss? 

added on: May 21, 2021

It’s not uncommon for your dentist in Carrollton to have patients say; “I brush my teeth twice a day every day, so how can flossing actually make that big of a difference?” The truth is, flossing is a crucial part of any home oral hygiene routine and can help keep… Read More…


Do Women Have Different Dental Health Needs Than Men?

added on: May 12, 2021

There are a lot of differences between men and women, especially when it comes to healthcare needs. Dental health is no exception. During this year’s National Women’s Health Week, your dentist in Carrollton is here to share some key information about the importance of dental care throughout various stages of… Read More…

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Hindsight is 2020: What We Learned Over The Past Year

added on: April 27, 2021

If we’ve learned anything throughout this pandemic, it’s that being happy and healthy should be at the top of our lists. While we’re sure you’ve spent tons of time Googling various health concerns and symptoms over the past year, we want to shift your focus to something you may not… Read More…


April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

added on: April 13, 2021

When it comes to our health, nobody wants to hear the big ‘C’ word — Cancer. While this disease can affect anywhere in the body, one of the harder types of cancer to diagnose early is oral cancer. However, early diagnosis is key to treating oral cancer successfully and increasing… Read More…


How To Fix A Broken Tooth

added on: March 23, 2021

Our teeth are designed to chew and crunch on some pretty tough things. But even though tooth enamel is one of the strongest materials in the human body, teeth aren’t invincible and can break. In fact, broken teeth are one of the most common dental emergencies. Breaking a tooth can… Read More…


Can You Get Cavities Even If You Don’t Eat Sugar?

added on: March 12, 2021

You’ll hear it over and over again from your dentist in Carrollton — limit your intake of sugary foods and drinks. This is because sugar causes cavities, right? Well, sort of. Sugar itself doesn’t cause cavities, but what happens when we digest sugars can increase the risk of developing cavities…. Read More…


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