Are you shopping around for dental insurance? Have you recently purchased a dental insurance plan? Chances are, you’ve encountered a lot of new numbers and words you may not be familiar with. Understanding these terms is essential for knowing what to expect from your policy, and how you can make the most of it. Your “deductible” is a very important part of your insurance plan that you need to take into account when determining how much your oral healthcare costs are going to be. Read on as we go over the basics of what you need to know about your dental insurance deductible.(more…)
August 10, 2021
May 20, 2020
As dental practices move to reopen and continue to provide emergency care, dental patient safety remains a top priority. You may be nervous about scheduling a dental appointment during such an uncertain time, but the good news is that dental practices already had extremely strict sanitation protocols that are being emphasized now more than ever. In this post, you’ll learn 4 reasons why you’ll have little reason to worry about infectious diseases the next time you visit your dentist.
March 4, 2020
March has been designated as National Nutrition Month. While this may seem to be geared toward maintaining a healthy weight and preventing such issues as hypertension and heart disease, the reality is that its benefits can reach even farther. Your local dentist says this is an excellent time to focus on improving your eating habits as a means of elevating your oral health. As you continue reading, you’ll get some helpful and simple tips that you can implement right now!
February 14, 2020
Happy Valentine’s Day! This time of year is all about celebrating love and showing others how much you care about them. As you choose between different flower bouquets and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates, don’t forget to make good decisions for your oral health! Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day with family, friends, someone special, or your pet, you’ll want your smile looking and feeling its best! Here are some quick tips from your family dentist on how to show your teeth some love this February.
January 26, 2020
A new year often marks new beginnings, as men and women across the country try to exercise more, eat healthier or break the bad habit that has been holding them back from living the life that they want. For many, improving the appearance of their smile can boost their self-esteem and enhance their professional and social profile. Are you 100% happy with the way your smile looks? Make 2020 the year in which you partner with a dentist in Plano to finally achieve the perfect smile of which you have always dreamed. Here are 3 cosmetic dentistry procedures that can dramatically transform your smile this year. (more…)
December 10, 2019
The upcoming holiday season can be hard on your teeth, what with all the sugary sweets available. There are ample opportunities to damage your pearly whites during the holiday season. Fortunately, a dentist in Plano is here with some holiday tooth tips to keep your oral health in good condition during this dessert-filled month.
November 15, 2019
If you are among the millions of Americans who have dental insurance, you likely find a measure of comfort in your benefits. They will be there for you if you ever have a dental emergency. But if you only use your dental insurance when your teeth hurt, you are losing out on its true value! A dentist is here to talk about how and why you should use your policy before December 31. It’s a “use it or lose it” situation.
October 27, 2019
Halloween is an exciting time of the year. The fun costumes and spooky decorations are a highlight of your child’s day as they are surrounded by nearly every candy imaginable. Although it may only be one day a year, an evening of overindulgence can open the door to an unexpected surprise next time your child visits their dentist. You can keep their mouth healthy without dousing the fun by following a few easy tips throughout the Halloween season.
September 23, 2019
You may never expect it to happen to you, but dental emergencies occur more often than you might believe. In fact, 1 in 6 Americans has one every year. Often, they take the form of a broken or chipped tooth. Whether from an injury, a weakened tooth finally breaking, or another issue, you need to see your emergency dentist right away. Your dentist will restore your smile back to its previous state using a personalized treatment plan. Here are some ways to make the situation a bit easier at home while you wait for your appointment.
August 20, 2019
Is your family ready for the new school year? Now’s the time to be shopping for new clothes, school supplies and books, as well as everything else that needs to be taken care of before classes start again. Hopefully, you’ve already checked off “a visit to the dentist in Plano”; if you haven’t, now may be your best opportunity for a while!