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Why Dental Implants are Your Best Option

If you or a loved one is missing one or more teeth or have broken or decayed teeth that are beyond repair, please keep reading to find out why The Houston Dentists believes dental implants are the best plan to replace that tooth (or teeth).    The dental implant...

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’Tis the Season to Indulge

No matter how hard you try to avoid it, the temptation to indulge in sweets, treats, and an extra helping (or two) is everywhere during the holiday season. And it’s okay to give into that temptation — in moderation. Team members have already started bringing in...

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Smile Bright this Holiday Season

“You’re never fully dressed without a smile.” – Martin Charnin The Houston Dentists is here to remind you now is the time to start any type of treatment you want to create a whiter, brighter smile for the holidays. You might not have seen many or any family or friends...

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Get Your Keyboard Warmed Up

Who’s ready for a chance to win a high-end outdoor grill and frozen drink maker? Between now and September 30, 2021, simply put pen to paper, err, fingers to keyboard or voice to text, and leave us at least one referral and/or a review or two and your name will be...

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Helping Others Through Star of Hope

Supporting the community we’re in is not something we talk a lot about but we do and have done -- in various ways -- for more than 30 years. It’s important to us to give back when we can to help others -- sometimes it’s people we know and sometimes it’s people we may...

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Protecting Your Mouth from Gum Disease

Bacteria. It’s everywhere — especially in your mouth. Some of that bacteria is good but much of it is not and it’s a continuous, endless battle dentists fight to save your oral hygiene.    People with periodontal disease (think gum infection and inflammation)...

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Gum Disease Increases COVID-19 Complications New Study Finds

With the pandemic still in full force, you might be inclined to skip your bi-annual cleaning with your dentist. But it’s more important than ever to keep those appointments — especially if you have or think you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 (once you’re no longer...

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