There are many different kinds of dental conditions that can affect you, and we treat all of them. Whatever ailment or concern you may have, just bring it up to one of our specialists during your visits, and we’ll take care of it. We’ve been around Plano, TX for over 20 years, and there’s nothing we haven’t seen.
During your visit, we will get to the root cause of any discomfort you are feeling and treat any conditions we see developing. With our extensive experience, we can give you the guidelines to avoid any visits in the future other than your bi-yearly cleaning.
Bad breath is a common problem that can cause significant psychological distress. In many cases, bad breath is an indicator of your current health. There are many causes such as diet, bad dental hygiene, and oral disease.learn more
Tooth decay, or cavities, result from the softening of your enamel that occurs when plaque and bacteria break down the enamel of your teeth. It occurs from the negligence of dental hygiene and a variety of other oral conditions.learn more
The disease is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting the gum, tissue, and bone supporting the teeth, and may lead to tooth loss. Inflammation from bacterial infection is behind all expressions of periodontal disease.learn more
Oral cancer kills most people within 5 years and can easily be mistaken for other problems, like a toothache or cold. Any persisting symptoms of oral cancer should be reviewed by your dentist immediately.learn more
Sores can cause pain and discomfort, and sometimes make it harder to eat, talk, or even care for your teeth. Most sores are painful but heal within a few days, but any sores that don’t heal quickly should be reviewed by a dentist.learn more
Most people don’t know what causes one of the most common oral conditions, tooth erosion. Tooth erosion damages the enamel, the bone, and nerves of the teeth, causing them to appear yellow or even turn brown.learn more
Tooth sensitivity occurs when the dentin of your tooth becomes exposed and reacts to sudden environmental changes around it. There are many causes for tooth sensitivity. You should see a dentist immediately if you experience severe pain.learn more
A toothache refers to the sensation of pain around a particular tooth. Some smaller toothaches can be secondary ailments to another disease. However, if you have a severe or persistent toothache, consider seeing a dentist.learn more
Recognizing an imperfect smile is identifying your untapped potential to brighten your relationships. Our procedures help to bring out your smile and help you communicate with the world without words.learn more
Crooked teeth are imbalances in the structure of your teeth such as overbites and underbites. Crooked teeth can affect a person’s day-to-day tasks, affecting their overall quality of life. We help make your smile better by aligning your teeth.learn more