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Gentle Dental Health Blog

A Blog from a Dentist in Carrollton

Manual Toothbrush, or Electric Toothbrush? That is the Question…

added on: July 12, 2018
toothbrushes

We all know that we need to brush our teeth everyday to maintain a healthy mouth and smile. But choosing the right tool for the job can be confusing. The hardest choice we used to have was picking the best color. Now we’re bombarded with tons of options ranging from… Read More…


Different Types of Sedation Dentistry

added on: June 25, 2018
smiling woman in dental chair

When some people think about going to the dentist they’re immediately hit with a wave of nervousness and anxiety. The truth is, it’s quite common to be afraid of the dentist as between 30 and 40 million people report dental fear. At our dental office in Carrollton, we want everyone… Read More…


3 Things All Men Need to Know About Their Oral Health

added on: June 8, 2018
men's health month

The truth is, men are more likely to skip the recommended bi-annual visits to the dentist. According to the Academy of General Dentistry, many American men simply don’t go to the dentist unless they have a problem. However, by maintaining dental appointments twice-a-year they can prevent many of these problems… Read More…


Doing This for 4 Minutes Every Day Can Keep You Healthy

added on: May 18, 2018
young woman brushing teeth

There are 1,440 minutes in a day. Dedicating four of those minutes to brushing your teeth will not only help protect your smile and keep your breath fresh, but it can also protect your overall health. While brushing your teeth may seem like a pretty simple task, there are a… Read More…


Are Allergies to Blame for Dental Problems?

added on: May 11, 2018
woman with allergies

At our dental office in Carrollton, we know that there are a lot of things that can affect oral health — from genetics to tobacco use, to not brushing enough to eating too much sugar. But can your allergies actually be one of those things that puts you at increased… Read More…


What Do Dental X-Rays Show?

added on: April 25, 2018
dental x-rays

You’ve most likely experienced having dental x-rays taken several times throughout your life, but what exactly is the point of looking below the surface of your teeth? Our dental office in Carrollton takes these images for a variety of reasons, so this month, let’s take a look at why dental… Read More…


What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer

added on: April 12, 2018
oral cancer awareness

April is recognized as Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and at our Carrollton dental office, we know just how serious this epidemic is in the United States. In fact, just over 51,000 people are expected to be diagnosed with it this year. While there have been advancements in oral cancer treatment,… Read More…


What Does a Dream About Losing Your Teeth Really Mean?

added on: March 23, 2018
woman wakes from nightmare

While dreaming about losing your teeth can certainly scare anyone into thinking their pearly whites are at risk of falling out, that’s probably not the case. At our dental office in Carrollton, we understand how unsettling it can be to imagine a sudden loss of your teeth, so we’re here… Read More…


Is Drinking Green Beer on St. Patrick’s Day Bad for Teeth?

added on: March 13, 2018
green beer

St. Patrick’s Day is often celebrated by wearing a bunch of green, maybe going to a parade, and oftentimes, drinking beer. Sometimes bars and restaurants even go the extra mile by dyeing their beer green to enhance the festive feeling. While the team at our dental office in Carrollton is… Read More…


Can Oral Health Affect Your Heart?

added on: February 23, 2018
heart health month

February is recognized as American Heart Health Month and is designed to raise awareness of the widespread problem of heart disease in the United States. While this is certainly a valuable promotion, what does it have to do with our Carrollton dental office? We’re glad you asked. Join us as… Read More…


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