December 16, 2018
If you’ve just had your wisdom teeth removed, then you can expect to experience some soreness after this procedure. For most people, the discomfort dissipates, and in a matter of a few days to a week you’re back to your old self again. However, what if the extraction site is extremely painful? In that case, you need to see your dentist immediately. You may have developed a dry socket after extraction in Memorial. Read on to learn more about this condition, what can be done and how to prevent a dry socket from happening.
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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.
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October 20, 2016
Deciding what kind of dentures is best for you is a personal choice that you need to make with the advice of your dentist. There is a fixed bridge, which as the name implies is a permanent restoration that you do not remove from your mouth. Alternatively, an overdenture that attaches to dental implants and is removable may be a better option for some patients. Dr. Mark Gray, who provides general dentistry in Houston, will be glad to meet with you, examine your mouth and help you make the right decision about dentures.
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July 20, 2016
According to a study published in the Journal of American Dentistry, about one in eight people have sensitive teeth. If you are one of those people, then you know what can happen when you eat or drink something that is hot, cold, sweet or acidic—you get a painful sensation that can last anywhere from a few moments to several minutes. The good news is that there are steps you can take to diminish or prevent tooth sensitivity. Read on to find out what Houston dentist Dr. Mark Gray recommends.
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April 25, 2016
Why think about oral cancer? Houston general dentist, Dr. Mark Gray, and his associate dentist, Dr. Newman, routinely screen for this deadly disease because it strikes thousands of American adults each year. They want patients to understand its symptoms and risks, especially during this month of April which is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. (more…)
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