Enamel: The Basics

There are a few key building blocks to stellar oral health. We’re not talking about just a cavity every now and then level oral health. No, this is the kind of oral health that makes a dentist sit back on his swivel stool and stare in awe at the spectacle... Read more »

Your Heart Needs a Healthy Smile

Heart disease has been linked to your oral health. If you neglect your oral health, you could be setting your smile up for severe problems in your body. Keeping a healthy smile is essential for your overall health. That is why it is crucial for you to know your heart... Read more »

A Partial Denture Needs to the Maintained

A partial denture is often the preferred choice for patients who have lost multiple teeth yet aren’t comfortable with the oral surgery associated with a dental implant restoration. The removable dental appliance can effectively replicate the basic appearance and function of the missing teeth. The pink base of the partial... Read more »

What to Know About Recovering From Wisdom Teeth Removal

Are you getting ready to have your wisdom teeth removed? Do you know someone about to have this procedure and want to help them through it? If so, then we can help you! Wisdom teeth removal is a standard procedure and often needed to prevent damage to your surrounding teeth... Read more »

Treating TMJ Disorder

Do you wake up with your jaw in pain? Do you suffer from headaches and can’t find out why? If so, you could be suffering from the temporomandibular joint disorder. To help you understand more about your TMJ’s, Drs. Gosnell and Turner here at America's Family Dental in Tomball, Texas,... Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth Twice Each Day Is Essential for Cavity Prevention

The American Dental Association advises everyone to brush their teeth every morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and a fluoride toothpaste. You should also floss at least once a day to remove food particles and bacteria. The fluoride in your toothpaste is especially helpful for maintaining the mineral strength... Read more »

Oral Health Advantages: Storing Your Toothbrush

Caring for your toothbrush often depends on a myriad of factors. Always take the time to assess your oral health and everything you can do to enhance your toothbrush care. This includes where you store your toothbrush, how you store your toothbrush, and what contamination prevention methods you are employing.... Read more »

Dentistry Blog for Beginners: Dental Bonding

One specialized field of dentistry, known as cosmetic dentistry, features procedures that can dramatically enhance the look of your teeth. Furthermore, most of these procedures can also help restore functions to teeth as well. If you have suffered any surface damage to teeth, or have any irregularities around them out... Read more »

Why You Should Brighten Your Smile With In-Office Teeth Whitening

Are you considering brightening your smile with in-office teeth whitening? If so, our dentists Dr. Flores, Dr. Kelley, Dr. Gosnell, and Dr. Turner, are happy to tell you why that’s a great option for achieving the smile you want. There are many benefits to in-office teeth whitening, like: -In-office teeth... Read more »

Shed Some Light on Cavity Prevention Treatments

To keep your smile safe to last for the rest of your life, it is important to make sure you're taking the necessary cavity prevention plans and employing them properly. Due to the fact harmful acids can lead to dental erosion, always keep your smile clean and remove any food... Read more »