Your Education on Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are one of the more popular methods used to fix broken teeth. They’re also great at healing damaged smiles too. But the process of getting a crown - or when you’d even need one - isn’t something that many people are intimately familiar with. This is a good thing, since crowns are usually used only when you have... read more »

How to Address the Genetics of Tooth Decay

If the number of cavities you develop despite daily oral hygiene practices seems unfair, especially compared to people who never have cavities, our team is here to help you. We review how genetics can increase your risk of cavities by causing soft tooth enamel and teeth that are crowded. When genetics are largely responsible for the risk of cavities, the... read more »

Ways to Reduce Your Fear of the Dentist

Are you looking for ways to reduce your fear of the dentist? If so, we can help you! Dental anxiety is a serious condition that needs to be taken seriously. That is why, our dentist, Dr. Jim D. Nored with Crosby Dental Center in Crosby, Texas, is here to assist you with advice on how to overcome your fear of... read more »

Common Oral Health Reminders: Cavity Prevention Treatments

It is important to make sure you take every necessary precaution to ensure cavities do not arise in your smile. Cavities are most often present due to dental erosion that affects your tooth enamel. Always set up or establish a cavity prevention plan to keep your teeth safe and healthy through the years. It's always a good idea to assess... read more »

The Things That Can Damage and Affect Your Smile

If you want a top-notch smile and oral health, then there are things you need to do on a regular basis to care for the teeth and gums. Unfortunately, there are many things that attack and harm the smile, which might make caring for the mouth a bit difficult. However, there is no need to worry. Our dentist, Dr. Jim... read more »

Not Your Mama’s Tooth-Brushing Tips

Brushing your teeth is pretty straightforward, right? Toothpaste to brush, brush to mouth, scrub-a-dub-dub, done. Right? In reality, it turns out that brushing effectively is a little more complicated than that. It’s imperative to understand the right method to brush your teeth so you can protect your oral health from bacterial acids that can cause cavities and tooth erosion. Dr.... read more »