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At Memorial Park Dental Spa, we are dedicated to giving you a beautiful smile. Give us a call at (832) 431-5251 for information about our Houston dentistry services today!
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DIAGNOdent is an innovative new technology in cosmetic dentistry that allows your dentist to identify even tiny areas of tooth decay and cavities before they lead to more serious problems or require multiple procedures. DIAGNOdent relies on a precise laser scanning system to measure the fluorescence within each tooth’s structure and identify potential areas of tooth decay in the small spaces between, in, and around your teeth. By recognizing internal decay before it manifests as a painful cavity, this quick and painless process will help you avoid unnecessary dental work down the road.
DIAGNOdent can help you and your dentist work together to keep your smile healthy and happy for a lifetime! Call the dentists at Houston’s Memorial Park Dental Spa at (832) 431-5251 to schedule your visit and find out more about how our dentists fuse state-of-the-art dental care with a spa atmosphere. You can also visit us on the Web to read more about our services.
Last updated 12 days ago
Did you know that almost all adults believe that a great smile is an important social asset? If you don’t feel as confident as you would like about the appearance of your teeth, you may not be eager to show off your smile. Cosmetic dentistry can help you achieve a straighter, whiter smile in a variety of ways. Invisalign offers teenagers and adults a discreet, comfortable, and nearly invisible alternative to metal braces. For individuals who have discolored, chipped, or broken teeth, veneers may be the ideal option for an improved smile. Check out this infographic from Memorial Park Dental Spa of Houston to learn more about how a cosmetic dentist can help you. Feel free to share with your friends and family to keep Houston smiling!
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If your teeth are broken, worn, or partially destroyed by decay, your cosmetic dentist may recommend a crown or bridge in order to restore your smile. While both bridges and crowns effectively become your new teeth, it is important to take a few extra steps to minimize damage or staining. After your dentist places your bridge or crown, be sure to steer clear of these harmful habits.
Good oral health is important for everyone, but people with a bridge or crowns should take extra care to brush twice every day using a soft-bristled brush and fluoride toothpaste. Consistent brushing helps to rid your teeth of plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that leads to tooth decay.
Forgetting to Floss
If you have recently had dental work, floss at least once each night to remove food particles from between the teeth. Flossing is vital for preventing cavities and gum disease such as gingivitis or the more advanced periodontitis.
Drinking Staining Liquids
Bridges and crowns may give your teeth a bright, smooth new surface, but they are still highly porous and can be easily stained by dark liquids. Avoid drinking excessive amounts of red wine, coffee, and soda, and be sure to brush after you drink a staining beverage.
Chewing Hard Foods
Chewing on hard candy, crunching ice cubes between your teeth, or even biting on objects such as pens or pencils can damage your new dental work. As the American Dental Association advises, this is especially important for tooth-colored crowns.
There are many effective cosmetic options for restoring your smile, including crowns, bridges, veneers, and dental implants. You can find out which dental treatment is right for you by calling Memorial Park Dental Spa today at (832) 431-5251 or by visiting our website. Our team of dentists has been consistently praised by Houston clients for our superior medical care and luxurious spa services.
Last updated 25 days ago
Are you having trouble cleaning your Invisalign aligners? Don’t panic: As this helpful video demonstrates, taking proper care of this dental appliance is both quick and easy.
To clean Invisalign’s invisible teeth straightener, simply soak it in a glass of water with a fizzing denture tablet for a few minutes. The fizzing helps to dislodge particles from tight nooks and crannies. You may also want to soak your Invisalign in a mouthwash to kill any odor-causing bacteria.
Be sure to ask your dentist about the cosmetic and oral health benefits of Invisalign today! If you live in Memorial Park, The Heights, or West University Place, call the Houston office of Memorial Park Dental Spa at (832) 431-5251.