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Houston Cosmetic Dentist Serving Sugar Land, The Woodlands, Pearland, & Nearby Areas of Texas

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December 30, 2019
Eating right and working out are two things that contribute to good health, but what about getting good sleep? Getting restful sleep is critical for staying healthy, but if you're waking up with dry mouth regularly, how you sleep - or having a sleep disorder - may be causing problems with your... Read More
Category: General Dentistry
December 30, 2019
Sleep apnea is not just getting enough sleep - it's also not just harmless snoring. Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that causes repeated breathing interruptions during sleep. Despite its serious nature, many people think that sleep apnea is loud snoring that annoys your partner. But it's so... Read More
Category: Sleep Apnea
December 30, 2019
Damaged, stained or other flawed teeth have an immediate impact on the appearance of an individual's smile. But, what about the other, not so visible effects? One effect of a damaged smile is that it can make the individual who owns it unhappy. Unhappiness, insecurity and embarrassment over the... Read More
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
December 30, 2019
Take a look in the mirror. What do you see? Sagging facial tissues, lines and wrinkles, and drooping around your nose and mouth? Considering a surgical face-lift but dreading the cutting, stretching and repositioning of the skin and other tissues that come along with such an invasive procedure? Don... Read More
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
December 29, 2019
The common conception is that dental bite problems like overbites and underbites are very hard to correct and require Oral Maxillofacial surgery along with years of braces to correct and can be very painful. There are non-surgical ways to correct these issues.  Fortunately, further developments and... Read More
December 15, 2019
TMJ pain is not pleasant.  Causes of TMJ can be multifactorial and affect multiple parts of our body system.  A few factors that can cause TMJ symptoms are:   1)  Poor Occlusion or a bad bite:  when teeth do not fit together properly in a position that allows the joints,muscles, and neck to... Read More
December 03, 2019
Do you smile in selfies? Do you speak to others with confidence? Or do you shy away from the camera, cover your mouth when you talk or avoid conversations altogether because you feel embarrassed by your crooked teeth? If you're struggling with the feeling that your smile is not beautiful enough and... Read More
Category: TMJ, General Dentistry
December 03, 2019
Does your partner snore? Or do they complain that you snore? If so, you're not alone. Forty percent of adult men and 24 percent of adult women snore. It's not just problematic for your partner who is trying to sleep - it's also a problem for you. So, if you've gotten complaints about your nose... Read More
December 03, 2019
By now, you probably already know that maintaining a healthy weight is critical to living a long and active life. You may have also heard that losing weight can help reduce your risk of developing illnesses such as heart disease or cancer. But, did you know that losing weight can also improve your... Read More
Category: TMJ
December 03, 2019
Has a dentist ever told you that your bite was perfect, but you find yourself struggling with symptoms such as pain, stiffness and feeling like your jaw is going to lock? You may be wondering if you can have a perfect bite but still have jaw or teeth problems? The fact of the matter is that, yes,... Read More
Category: TMJ, General Dentistry
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