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The Problem with Sensitive Teeth

Do you often feel a sharp pain in your teeth as you take a gulp of ice water? Does a spoonful of piping hot soup cause you to wince? Teeth sensitivity occurs when nerve cells in your teeth are exposed.
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Avoiding Mouth and Tooth Injury During Sports

For athletes at the professional level, losing a tooth during a game might be a price of playing and rite of passage, but for the average hobbyist, losing a tooth can be a traumatic and expensive endeavor. In actuality, the cost of preventing such an injury is much more cost effective.
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Back to School Dental Checklist

It’s that time again. Days are a bit shorter and the school supply aisles are stocked and ready to go. Before you pack your child’s backpack and send them off to their first day of school, make sure to remember to add a dental check-up to your back-to-school list.
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The Life of a Cavity

Oh, the cavity – an ailment that most have probably encountered at some point or another. Whether it was an overdose of sugar as a kid, or neglecting to brush as an adult, cavities can affect all ages, and no one is immune. However, how do these pesky things take root, how do you know if you have one, and what are the best ways to prevent them from popping up again?
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Embarrassing Dental Issues

Having problems with oral health? Chances are, you aren't the only one. The best way to avoid embarrassing dental issues is to schedule regular dental examinations and check-ups and maintain a healthy, well-balanced diet. However, following these oral hygiene commandments isn't always enough.
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Getting to the ROOT of the Problem

If you have a severely damaged or decaying tooth or a serious tooth infection, your dentist may recommend a root canal treatment. While many knees quake at the thought of root canals, the truth is they are actually very common procedures.
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Are You Taking Advantage of Your Dental Plan?

Most dental insurance plans cover one preventive dental care visit every six months. Results of a new study suggest that one in four employed adults who have dental insurance aren’t using their benefits due to concerns about cost.
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Taking Care of Your Child's Teeth

When it comes to your kids, there’s little more important than starting to take care of their health early. Early dental checkups are important as they help prevent cavities and tooth decay, which can lead to pain, trouble concentrating, and other medical issues. The sooner children begin getting regular dental checkups, the healthier their mouths will remain throughout their lives.
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Care Credit: Making Healthcare More Affordable

Medical expenses are one of the largest monthly budget items for most people. Many patients facing health issues have had to pay out of pocket for unexpected health expenses as their insurance providers refuse to cover certain treatments or conditions. This can lead to unnecessary financial strain as patients are left with few payment options when it comes to their medical expenses. Luckily, Care Credit was created as a more accessible option for covering medical expenses and can better equip pa...
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Choosing a New Dentist

Although a visit to the dentist shouldn’t strike fear in potential patients, many people have reservations about visiting a new dentists' office. There are certain things you can look for when choosing a dentist that may ease your fears, and hopefully leave you feeling satisfied after your dental experience. Here are a couple of ways to assess dentist offices in Bryan/College Station that may help you find a dentist you trust.
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