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Different ways to make teeth cleaning fun for children

Posted on November 20, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Teeth Cleaning All of us probably remember whining and complaining when we were little once our parents told us it was time to brush your teeth. As a kid, we view teeth brushing as an annoyance and not something that can be fun. If you have a child that is reluctant to brush their teeth, […]

Preventative Care through Proper Dental Hygiene

Posted on November 18, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Gentle Dental Care The best way to prevent health conditions caused by dental issues is preventative care through proper dental hygiene. The expert team of dentists and oral hygienists at Gentle Dental Care promote healthy oral health through their everyday services. Daily Dental Hygiene In the busyness of daily life, many people forget what an […]

Houston, TX Dental Care

Posted on October 26, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Gentle Dental Care With over 20 years of experience, you can rest easy knowing that your dental health will be handled by some of the most experienced and qualified dentists around. And with our consistent commitment to excellence, you can be sure that you’ll receive the highest quality of dental services around. When you choose […]

How Much School Does a Dentist Go Through?

Posted on August 22, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Dentist We have impressed upon you how important your dental health is and how important going to the dentist is. Of course, that means it is important that your dentist is well knowledgeable and can properly take care of your teeth. There is a lot to know, a lot that it takes to keep your […]

Going to the Dentist During a Pandemic

Posted on August 19, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Pandemic We all are taking the global emergency seriously. Everyone is doing their part to keep themselves and everyone else safe. We recognize that sometimes this means switching around our regular priorities. Many people have forgone appointments that are a part of their regular routine. For example, people have stayed safe by skipping the barber […]

Cavities and Their Consequences

Posted on July 21, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Cavities Cavities are damaged areas on the surface of the tooth that develop into tiny openings or holes. Cavities, also known as tooth decay, are caused by several factors. Some cavities are a consequence of bacteria in your mouth, drinking sugar-based beverages, and/or not cleaning your teeth properly. Tooth decay is one of the most […]

Important Moments in the History of Dentistry

Posted on July 3, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

History of Dentistry In early human history, evidence of tooth decay is few and far in between. It is in the appearance of farming societies 10,000 years ago that we start seeing cavities. The agricultural revolution allowed people to live longer, and thereby require more dental care throughout their lives. The theory is that with […]

Teeth-Staining Foods

Posted on June 30, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Staining Foods Sometimes the care we give out teeth is a bit cosmetic. And sometimes the food we are worried about is not the most harmful to our teeth. Last time we worried about soft drinks because of their high sugar content and acidic flavors eroded your teeth enamel. On the other hand, there are […]

What Soda Does to Teeth

Posted on June 27, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Soda We all know that soda is bad for us. And since the 90s we have stepped off. But, still, an average American consumes 45 gallons of soda every year. And over half of Americans have at least some soda every day. Men are the most likely to drink sugary drinks, teenage boys, especially, consuming […]

The Non-Cosmetic Reasons to Get Braces

Posted on June 23, 2020 by Gentle Dental Care Team

Braces Many think of orthodontics as a purely cosmetic procedure. However, you can have a “conventionally beautiful” smile or even one that appears straight and still need braces. And people that might think their teeth are crooked may have no need for orthodontics. In the end, it amounts to how your teeth close on one […]