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How to Handle a Dental Emergency While Traveling

June 26, 2019

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plane flying in a blue sky

You’ve been planning this trip for months, and you’re so excited that it’s finally here. Your bags are all packed, the flight is booked, and you’ve brushed up on the language of the locals. You get there and have a great time until you fall and chip a tooth. Now your mouth is bleeding and in intense pain. To top it all off, you’re in a different country and have no idea what to do! Let’s look at what you should do when you have a dental emergency while traveling.


Get Custom-Crafted Dental Crowns In Memorial In A Single Visit!

May 11, 2019

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CEREC machine carving crownNeeding a restoration can be a hassle that typically takes multiple visits to your dentist. With your busy professional career, it’s nearly impossible to take time off work multiple days in a row. Getting dental crowns in Memorial can seem like an inconvenience, but when you choose a dentist that utilizes the most advanced dental technology, it’s a piece of cake! Read on to learn how you can get your crown in a single visit and maximize its lifespan. (more…)

Dental Emergency in Memorial? Find Out When to Seek Urgent Care

March 20, 2019

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a damaged toothIt can sometimes be difficult trying to determine when or if a dental emergency deserves immediate medical attention. Not every incident is as obvious as a broken or knocked-out tooth. So, when should you seek urgent care from your dentist when faced with a dental emergency in Memorial? Let us help you determine if what you’re experiencing should have you jumping in the car and on your way to the dentist office.


A Dentist in Memorial Explains How Alcohol Increases Risk for Oral Diseases

March 10, 2019

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a glass of beerYou may think having a beer or a gin and tonic in the evenings is harmless, but did you know that too much alcohol consumption can put you at risk for developing oral diseases? No one likes to think about cavities, gum disease, or cancer, but if drinking alcohol is part of your normal day-to-day, you may want to swap that next beer for water. Let a dentist in Memorial explain just how alcohol can increase your chances of bacterial diseases developing in your mouth.


Is Gum Disease the Cause of Alzheimer’s in Memorial?

February 21, 2019

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Brain X-rayAccording to the Alzheimer’s Association, nearly 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, a number that is expected to reach 14 million by the year 2050. Researchers have long strived to better understand this degenerative brain disease in an effort to develop a cure – and recently hit upon a surprising scientific breakthrough. New research has revealed a possible link between oral health and mental health, which could lead to new pathways to prevent diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Curious to know more about the cause of Alzheimer’s in Memorial? Keep reading below.


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