Countless individuals suffered tremendous material loss and emotional hardship when Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston. Many homes and businesses were so badly damaged that they were rendered unusable — our dental practice was one of those businesses. But we’ve worked hard to recover from the storm that shook our community, and now your dentist in Memorial is back and ready to shine once again!
Mark Gray DDS Blog
June 22, 2018
May 25, 2018
In the 2018 Major League Baseball World Series the Houston Astros won their first world championship. Thus, they were crowned as the top baseball team on the planet. As hard as it may be to believe, there is a similarity between that crown and the ones on your teeth. It could be said that every day your teeth overcome obstacles like food particles, digestive acids and the compounds that make up the liquids you drink (other than water). One of the ways that this is accomplished is with dental crowns in Memorial. Read on as your dentist explains more about them.
October 6, 2017
You might have heard of the term use it or lose it? But how does that apply to your dental insurance? We are going to spend this time not only defining that terminology for you, but also explaining why you should be scheduling your next appointment with your dentist right now, before the end of 2017.
August 8, 2017
New clothes? Check! Vaccinations? Check! A dental checkup and cleaning…wait, did that not make your back to school to-do list this year? Regular dental visits with your dentist in 77077 is critical to your child’s health and well-being—especially with the school year approaching. The last thing you want to do is start the year behind the eight ball by missing days in the classroom because of a dental problem. Here are some of the best tips to help optimize your child’s dental health before school starts.
May 22, 2017
Enamel hypoplasia is a lifelong condition that results from having less enamel than normal. It can affect both the permanent and primary teeth because it is a developmental defect. It can appear as physically missing part of the tooth structure, such as the appearance of grooves, pits, or missing areas of the crowns. The condition can also cause a decrease in the mineral content of the enamel, known as hypomineralization. This can cause the teeth to appear translucent and lead to soft enamel. If you have the condition, you will require ongoing care from your dentist. Where is a dentist near me for enamel hypoplasia? Look no further. Dr. Mark Gray provides the comprehensive care you need.