Town Square Dental Blog
August 17, 2020
When you get a missing tooth replaced with a dental implant, your dentist will restore it with a dental crown that looks exactly like the tooth you lost. People shouldn’t even be able to tell the difference between your implant and the rest of your pearly whites. While dental implants might look natural, do they feel natural too? Keep reading below to find out.(more…)
July 17, 2020
If you’re missing even one tooth, it can cause the health of your entire mouth to go out of whack. That’s why your dentist recommends getting missing teeth replaced as soon as possible. The solution that offers the most benefits by far is dental implants. After all, they’re the sturdiest and longest-lasting option. But just how safe are they? Let’s take a closer look at what exactly dental implants are, what risks they can pose, and whether they’re worth it in the end.(more…)
June 30, 2020
Harris County, encompassing Pasadena, Texas, was placed on Level 1 – Red Alert on Friday 06/26/2020.
Level 1: Stay Home (Current Level)
Level one signifies a severe and uncontrolled level of COVID-19 in Harris County, meaning outbreaks are present and worsening and that testing and contact tracing capacity is strained or exceeded. At this level, residents take action to minimize contacts with others wherever possible and avoid leaving home except for the most essential needs like going to the grocery store for food and medicine.
In respect to all peoples and out-of-respect for public safety, Town Square Dental is closed, effective immediately, until the Threat Level is lowered to Level 2. We will see Dental Emergencies, by appointment only, please call 713-927-6278.
Huy Nguyen, DDS
June 17, 2020
Dental implants are the only way to replace missing teeth both above and below the gumline. Since they’re so similar to natural teeth, you can enjoy all of your favorite foods without worry. However, there are a few dietary precautions you should take if you want it to last you a lifetime. Here’s everything you need to know about eating with your new dental implant in Pasadena.(more…)
March 31, 2020
COVID-19 has kept everybody on their toes for the last few months, and each day, researchers and scientists are learning new ways that the virus impacts your body. It can cause a variety of symptoms that range in severity, including everything from coughing to acute respiratory syndrome, as stated by the Mayo Clinic. But, did you know that some of these symptoms can impact your oral health? Read on to learn how COVID-19 could cause your oral health to decline if you don’t treat your symptoms carefully.(more…)
March 24, 2020
Last month, the ADA released an official statement recommending that all dental practices postpone elective procedures, like checkups and cleanings and cosmetic treatments. This response was in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and focus on solely providing emergency dental care to reduce the number of people heading to already-overwhelmed ERs. Because of this, it could be months until you’re able to have your smile professionally cleaned and examined. So, it’s up to you to keep your oral health on track while you’re self-isolating. Read on for five tips to help avoid cavities and gum disease while you’re self-isolating.(more…)
March 13, 2020
February 3, 2020
Dealing with a dental emergency can be one of the most stressful situations to handle because they always seem to happen at the worst possible moments. When you’re flustered, anxious, and in distress, it can be incredibly difficult to think straight, which is why it’s a good idea to have the number of a trusted local emergency dentist on hand, just in case. Read on to learn four tips to help you choose the best emergency dentist, so you can feel comforted knowing that you’ll be in the care of someone that you can trust.(more…)
June 1, 2019
Whether you have got partial or complete dentures, it’s obvious that you will need some time to adjust with them and get used to them in your mouth. You may also experience some sore spots or mild discomfort for a few weeks till the time your mouth adjusts to the new dental appliance, says the denture dentist near you. Let us have a look at some of the common issues that you may face during the first few weeks after getting the same day dentures.
May 16, 2019
Dentures are the teeth replacement also known as fake teeth. They are plastic made and molded in a way that they fit your mouth perfectly. It takes some time to get used to dentures and this time ranges from a few days to months. You need to make sure you do not chew too hard in order to damage your dentures or your mouth.