COVID-19 & Cracked Teeth
added on: February 15, 2021
stressed man with mask

Over the past year, some dental offices have been reporting higher rates of cracked teeth than in years’ past. Take this dentist’s experience documented in the New York Times for example. So, is there some weird connection between COVID-19 and cracked teeth? Well, kind of. While cracked teeth are not… Read More…


Diabetes & Oral Health
added on: November 16, 2020

November is Diabetes Awareness Month and strives to raise awareness of a chronic disease that affects nearly 30 million Americans. But what does this have to do with your dentist in The Woodlands? Well, the truth is, there is a strong connection between oral health and diabetes, and it’s ever… Read More…


What Causes Tooth Loss? 
added on: August 27, 2020

When we’re little, losing our teeth can be an exciting thing. After all, we get a visit from the tooth fairy, a few extra bucks under our pillows, and there’s really nothing cuter than a child missing their two front teeth. But as we get older, missing teeth isn’t so… Read More…


What Causes Receding Gums? 
added on: July 21, 2020

If you have gum pain, swollen gums, or increased tooth sensitivity, particularly along the gum line, you may be experiencing gum recession. This oral health problem can lead to other issues down the road, including increased tooth decay, sensitive teeth, and even tooth loss. So what exactly causes receding gums,… Read More…


Can Stress Cause Oral Health Problems?
added on: April 23, 2020
man grinds his teeth

As we all know, recently everyone’s life has quickly changed, and we’re all experiencing a temporary new normal. But with change and uncertainty also comes quite a bit of stress. Your dentist in The Woodlands understands, and we’re with you. While we’re sure that trying your best to avoid getting… Read More…


How Can Oral Health Affect Heart Health?
added on: February 12, 2020
heart health month

Every February seems to bring out the love in people, and there are hearts everywhere we look. From heart candy and heart decorations, we’re surrounded by bright, red hearts. But we’re not here to talk about those kinds of hearts. Today, we want to focus on your heart and how… Read More…


Gum Disease & Your Overall Health
added on: June 7, 2019
examining gums with mirror

Your dental care isn’t only about your teeth. Your gums also play a key role in not only the health of your mouth but also the health of your body. At our dental office in The Woodlands, we care for your entire mouth and are always on the lookout for… Read More…


Regular Dental Care Can Help Your Heart
added on: February 8, 2019
heart health month

We all know that it’s important to brush and floss regularly in order to protect our smiles from decay and cavities. But did you know that taking care of your oral health can also help protect your heart too? To celebrate American Heart Month, our dental office in The Woodlands… Read More…


3 Ways Stress Can Harm Your Oral Health
added on: January 10, 2019
woman with stress

It’s no secret that high stress can negatively affect our health. Prolonged periods of too much stress has been linked to heart disease, gastrointestinal problems, obesity, and difficulty in managing diabetes. But at our dental office in The Woodlands, we know that increased stress can also harm your oral health…. Read More…


Diabetes Awareness Month
added on: November 12, 2018
diabetic testing

November is recognized as National Diabetes Awareness Month and serves to raise awareness of diabetes, other health problems associated with the disease, and the importance of regulation. In fact, one of the little-known facts about diabetes is that it directly relates to oral health. Our dental office in The Woodlands… Read More…


Gum Disease vs. Gingivitis
added on: September 18, 2018
worrying woman

Concerns about gum disease? Don’t wait – call us today!


Over the past year, some dental offices have been reporting higher rates of cracked teeth than in years’ past. Take this dentist’s experience documented in the New York Times for example. So, is there some weird connection between COVID-19 and cracked teeth? Well, kind of. While cracked teeth are not… Read More…