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Implant Dentist in Plano Can Complete Your Smile after Gum Disease

September 1, 2018

Filed under: General Dentistry — Tags: — dr_antoon @ 8:17 pm

gum diseaseThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates at least 50% of adults have a form of periodontal disease, an infection that develops in the gum tissue. While it is treatable in the early stages, it often goes undetected. As it progresses in severity, it leads to serious complications, like tooth loss. In fact, it is a leading cause of missing teeth in the U.S. If you have found yourself among those who have an incomplete smile, you can fill the spaces with the help of your implant dentist in Plano. Even those who have gum disease can enjoy dental implants.

Your Dentist in Plano Promote Your Comfort with the Latest Technologies

May 19, 2018

Filed under: General Dentistry — Tags: — dr_antoon @ 10:59 pm

dentist viewing x-rayNew dental technologies continue to transform the entire office experience for patients. With each new growth in advanced technology, it provides significant changes to a dental practice. Not only do they provide greater treatment capabilities, but more accurate and precise diagnosis. In addition to improving the quality of care needed to promote your oral health, they also allow you to benefit from a more comfortable office visit. By embracing these changes, your dentist in Plano can deliver a higher level of care.

Ask your Plano, TX dentist if dental pain is a cavity

June 22, 2016

You have a toothache. Is it a cavity, or something else? Find out from your Plano, TX dentist, Sam Antoon, DMD.Dental pain comes from many sources–sensitivity from thin enamel or exposed roots, a deteriorating filling, TMJ Dysfunction, or poorly aligned teeth. Frequently, dental decay causes oral discomfort. Dr. Sam Antoon, your Plano, TX dentist, restores decay precisely and comfortably. (more…)

Do You Grind Your Teeth?

May 16, 2016

Filed under: General Dentistry,Uncategorized — Tags: , — dr_antoon @ 6:56 pm

grind your teethThat question in the title may be hard for people to answer. Why? Because for some, teeth grinding and clenching—also called bruxism—is a nighttime habit than only happens during sleep. So, the only way you may know that you grind your teeth is if the person sharing your bed lets you know… often in no uncertain terms. Unfortunately, bruxism may not only disrupt your sleep, the condition can also lead to serious dental problems and even TMJ dysfunction. To alleviate teeth grinding, Plano, TX, residents can count on the team at Antoon Family Dental.


Your Plano, TX, Dentist Suggests Trying These Flossing Techniques

January 21, 2016

Filed under: General Dentistry,Uncategorized — Tags: , — dr_antoon @ 7:06 pm

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Dr. Antoon and his staff are 100 percent committed to your optimal oral health. And we have all of the preventive, restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments to do just that. What we don’t have, however, is the ability to see you every day—and that’s how often your teeth and gums need care. Therefore, we need your commitment to a daily oral hygiene routine that includes brushing and flossing. Most of our patients understand why brushing is important. But how many of you know why flossing is equally important and why doing it correctly maximizes your oral health? Read on to find out.

No Insurance? Dentist in Plano TX Says No Problem

December 22, 2015

no insurance dentist plano txHave you been putting off crucial dental care because you don’t want to sacrifice an arm and a leg to pay for it? At Antoon Family Dental, we know that good dentistry doesn’t have to send you deep into the financial hole. That’s why Dr. Antoon likes being known as the no insurance dentist in Plano, TX. In fact, we say no insurance, no problem — learn how we do it with our in-office financing today, and watch your oral health improve with excellent dental care in 2016.


Proper Tooth Brushing Techniques from Your Plano, TX, Dentist

September 29, 2015

Filed under: General Dentistry,Uncategorized — Tags: , — dr_antoon @ 4:56 pm

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Remember when you were little and your mother asked, “Did you brush your teeth?” While we, of course, would never want to criticize anything your mother did, we do think she might have been asking the wrong question. The right question would have been, “Did you brush your teeth properly?” How you brush your teeth really does make a difference in the effectiveness of your at-home oral hygiene routine. With this in mind, Dr. Sam Antoon, the Plano, TX, dentist, would like to offer the following tips to help your improve your tooth brushing technique.

You Should Change Out Your Toothbrush Often

August 26, 2015

Know when the right time is to buy a new toothbrush.With the exception of taxes and death, nothing lasts forever – including your toothbrush. Over time, your toothbrush can wear down and do the same to your teeth. Taking care of your teeth is very important for your oral health and to help keep your smile looking bright and beautiful. There are many things you can do to help take care of your toothbrush. At our office in Plano, TX, we do a lot more than just perform procedures on patients. We also offer advice and tips on various dental subjects, including how to care for your toothbrush. It’s an important tool in your oral-health belt that can keep your smile looking and feeling beautiful. Dr. Sam Antoon is the dentist Plano, TX residents can trust to help keep their oral health in fantastic shape.

5 Foods and Drinks to Avoid According to your Plano, TX, Dentist Dr. Antoon

July 23, 2015

ThinkstockPhotos-78806054Foods and beverages are so much more than nutrition. Of course, nutrition is the main reason we eat and drink day in and day out, but a meal is also typically part of the way we celebrate, relax, comfort, socialize and even console. And while it’s important to eat a varied diet to stay healthy, there are still some foods and drinks that are best avoided for the sake of your oral health. With this in mind, Dr. Sam Antoon and his team of dental hygienists and assistants in Plano, TX, suggest that you and your family avoid these five foods and beverages for a happy and healthy smile.

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