Pearland Family Dentistry

Pearland Family Dentistry

8498 S. Sam Houston Pkwy E. Suite 1000, Houston,Texas 77075


Telephone: 832-649-7344

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Foods that are Harmful to Teeth

08/22/2019

All foods affect the mouth one way or another; that’s why dental professionals recommend that you floss every day, and brush at least twice daily. Some foods are, however, more harmful to the teeth than others. Even if you observe good dental hygiene, you need to be mindful of how you consume the following: Citrus … Continue reading “Foods that are Harmful to Teeth”

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5 Things You Need to Know About Dental Fillings

When a tooth starts to decay, a cavity is formed. If this hole is not quickly filled, the decay spreads and the tooth gets completely damaged. Forget whatever preconceptions you have about dental fillings, these are the important things you need to know: When part of a tooth decays, nerves are often exposed, causing the … Continue reading “5 Things You Need to Know About Dental Fillings”

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The Dangers of Not Replacing Missing Teeth

07/26/2019

While tooth loss in children is normal, expected, and without side effects, the same is not true for adults. If you lose one or more teeth due to an accident, tooth decay, or the usual wear and tear, you need to replace it as quickly as possible. If you don’t, you run the risk of … Continue reading “The Dangers of Not Replacing Missing Teeth”

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How Safe is Charcoal Whitening?

Activated charcoal is very much different from your typical barbeque charcoal. One emits carbon gases when heated and the other is a grainy powder made up of natural substances. Activated charcoal is adsorbent in nature, and it binds with toxins and odors. This, along with the fact that it has a large surface area, has … Continue reading “How Safe is Charcoal Whitening?”

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