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Gentle Dental Health Blog

A Blog from a Dentist in Carrollton

6 Things That Increase Your Risk of Cavities

added on: February 14, 2018
woman looks at teeth in mirror

When we think of things that cause cavities, we typically imagine a diet packed full of sugary sweet treats. But our dental office in Carrollton wants you to know that eating a lot of sugar isn’t the only thing that increases your risk of developing cavities. In fact, there are… Read More…


Does Charcoal Toothpaste Really Whiten Teeth?

added on: January 24, 2018
charcoal toothpaste

The charcoal toothpaste craze seems to be everywhere, and it also seems like everyone is using it to finally get the white smile they’ve always dreamed of. But can this messy black stuff that looks like it’s sure to stain teeth actually whiten them? The team at our dental office… Read More…


“How Can I Improve My Smile?”

added on: January 16, 2018
woman hides her smile

Are you unhappy with the way your smile looks? You’re not alone. According to the American Association of Orthodontics, more than one third of U.S. residents don’t like their smiles. But our dental office in Carrollton has some good news: you don’t need to live with a smile you don’t… Read More…


Is Drinking Wine Bad for Your Teeth?

added on: December 21, 2017
holiday dinner with wine

There’s been a popular belief surrounding red wine and its benefits to heart health floating around for years. We even found an article suggesting that drinking a glass of red wine a day has the same type of benefits as spending an hour at the gym. But we’re not here… Read More…


Bad Breath Remedies

added on: December 12, 2017
kiss under the mistletoe

Bad breath is an embarrassing ailment that affects many people. Sometimes bad breath is a temporary side effect of especially stinky food, other times it’s a chronic issue that never seems to go away. At our dental office in Carrollton, we have a few helpful tips that may help remedy… Read More…


Give Thanks to Your Teeth

added on: November 22, 2017
woman expresses thanks

Every November we take an entire Thursday to give thanks, spend time with friends and family, and eat. And eat, and eat. There’s also a tradition of sharing everything that you’re appreciative of. As you go around the dinner table sharing what you’re thankful for this Thanksgiving, let our Carrollton… Read More…


5 Tips to Help You Avoid The Flu

added on: November 15, 2017
couple with the flu

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the months of October and November are when influenza activity begins to increase. And although flu season doesn’t tend to peak until December through February, getting ahead of the flu and preparing yourself and your family to avoid it is… Read More…


The Not So Scary Truth About Root Canals

added on: October 30, 2017
root canal model

So your dentist in Carrollton told you that you need a root canal. And you’re a little bit scared because, let’s face it, a root canal doesn’t sound like much fun. After all, everything you’ve ever heard about root canals make them sound painful and scary. Root canals have had… Read More…


Safest Halloween Treats for Braces

added on: October 17, 2017
Halloween teens

This Halloween season is just like any other — packed with costume preparations, decorating with ghosts and pumpkins, and preparing for a night of trick-or-treating. At our dental office in Carrollton, we love all the fun that Halloween brings to our patients and neighbors. But as you may have guessed,… Read More…


Are Your Work Habits Hurting Your Oral Health?

added on: September 26, 2017
workspace covered in snacks

Whether you work a typical 9 – 5, Monday through Friday job, or your schedule typically varies, the truth is Americans spend quite a bit of time at work each week. No matter what your job responsibilities are, several of the most common workplace habits can affect almost every type… Read More…


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