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

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February 20, 2020
  Porcelain Veneers should be designed invidually for patients.  This is the responsibilty of the cosmetic dentist and is an art and science.  Masculine smiles should look different than feminine smiles.  Patients who desire naturally appearance should differ from those who want Hollywood White... Read More
February 05, 2020
Worn teeth can be a sign of TMJ problems.  TMJ pain can be  debilitating and  and causes a host of issues from neck pain to headaches and numerous other issues.  This  lady presented with cosmetic dentistry concern and an interest in porcelain veneers. A  comprehensive evaluation revealed she had... Read More
January 30, 2020
Are you a DIYer? If you love shows like Home Experts or Flip This House, you may be tempted to do home renovations yourself. Working at home to update your flooring or replace your countertops is just fine, but what about DIY treatments for dentistry? Thousands of people across the country try it... Read More
Category: TMJ
January 30, 2020
Does this sound like your regular weekly routine? Get up early to get the kids ready for school, hit the gym or head to the office all week long and then take advantage of time off and sleep in on the weekend? While it may seem like a good idea to get some hours back that you may have missed during... Read More
Category: Sleep Apnea
January 30, 2020
When someone pulls out a phone or camera to snap your picture, do you cringe? Do you find a reason to disappear suddenly? Do you not smile or smile with your mouth closed? If you are self-conscious when it comes to snapping pics or selfies or even hesitate to enter into relationships or go on job... Read More
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
January 30, 2020
According to the National Sleep Foundation, 8 percent of adults grind their teeth during sleep. While it may not seem like that big of a deal, grinding your teeth can be a source of significant pain and problems for some individuals. Dr. Konig can help get to the cause of tooth grinding and help... Read More
Category: TMJ
January 29, 2020
What do teeth have to do with airway and healthy living?  For years orthodontics has been about straight teeth.  The game is changing, more and more of the profession are recognizing that simply straightening teeth  by retracting teeth with orthodontics, appliances that only move teeth, and only... Read More
January 21, 2020
Unfortunately, botox is touted as an effective treatment to bruxism or grinding of the teeth.  Bruxism can lead to damaged teeth, headaches, ear pain, and other TMJ issues. Whereas bruxism is more common than some think, it is important to understand why some patients brux.  Damaged teeth from... Read More
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
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