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Carrollton Dental Blog

A Blog from a Dentist in Carrollton

Where’s Your Tongue Supposed to Rest in Your Mouth?

added on: January 30, 2020
man sticking out tongue

Have you ever heard of something called tongue posture? How about tongue positioning? Chances are you probably haven’t, but it’s a very real thing that can cause some very real problems if done incorrectly. In this week’s blog, your dentist in Carrollton covers what tongue posture is, why it’s important… Read More…


Why Are My Teeth So Sensitive?

added on: January 22, 2020
woman holding sensitive teeth

Nearly 40 million American adults have sensitive teeth, according to the Academy of General Dentistry. It’s a very common problem that can keep people from enjoying the hot and cold foods they love. Your dentist in Carrollton understands how frustrating and painful having sensitive teeth can be. But what causes… Read More…


The Dangers of DIY Smile Whitening

added on: December 20, 2019
smiling girl

If you’ve surfed the internet at all over the last few years, chances are you’ve seen claims of how certain DIY smile whitening treatments can transform your teeth. While we understand how tempting it can be to try these easy and affordable trends to get a brighter, whiter smile, your… Read More…


What You Need to Know About Denture Care

added on: December 12, 2019
lab tech with denture

Tooth loss is, unfortunately, incredibly common. In fact, more than 36 million Americans don’t have any natural teeth. For these people, dentures can be an excellent solution. Dentures not only replace teeth, they can also help restore confidence and the lives of those who get them. However, your dentist in… Read More…


Surprising Things About Spit

added on: November 26, 2019
cheek swab test

When we think of spit, we may automatically think about how gross it is, especially when someone spits in public. But what would you say if we told you that spit is actually something pretty incredible? Join your dentist in Carrollton as we talk about some of the surprising facts… Read More…


Dentistry & Diabetes

added on: November 6, 2019
diabetes day

On November 14, the world will celebrate World Diabetes Day, a momentous occasion that serves to bring awareness to the seriousness of diabetes. In fact, more than 30 million Americans alone are living with the disease. But why is your dentist in Carrollton talking about a disease that affects the… Read More…


3 Easy Tips to Help Tackle Your Dental Fear

added on: October 22, 2019
young lady in dental chair

This time of year, there’s football and Halloween fun festivities. There’s also a lot of fright and anxiety going on, and your dentist in Carrollton isn’t referring to haunted houses and ghosts. We’re talking to the patients who genuinely dread having a dental appointment looming on their calendar like a… Read More…


We Tried These Three Things & Our Sugar Cravings Stopped

added on: October 11, 2019
gummy bears

Just like you, your dentist in Carrollton is overwhelmed this time of year by the amount of sugary Halloween treats on the market. Did you ever notice how much candy there is at every single store, from pharmacies to supermarkets? Where does it all go? (We sure would like to… Read More…


3 Tips for Understanding the Mouth/Body Connection

added on: September 24, 2019
wellness concept

Have you ever heard someone talk about the connection between your body, mind, and soul? Your dentist in Carrollton thinks that maybe our mouths should be included with this special connection, too. The fact is that current research and dental technologies are continuing to evolve and improve. As this happens,… Read More…


Dental Filling Fell Out? Don’t Panic. Read This!

added on: September 13, 2019
woman gets dental filling

Your dentist in Carrollton will tell you that there are many reasons why a filling becomes loose or comes completely out. Let’s take a look at some common causes, and some tips you can use to help you feel more comfortable until you can see the dentist and get your… Read More…


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