Thanks to the latest advancements in dental technology, keeping your smile healthy has never been easier, more comfortable, or more effective! One of the best innovations your Carrollton dentist uses is an intraoral camera. This state-of-the-art device allows them to capture high-resolution pictures of difficult-to-reach areas in the mouth. Even though intraoral cameras are very small, they play a big part in helping your dentist detect developing cavities, hairline fractures, plaque buildup, tarnished fillings, inflamed gums, and other issues that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Read on to learn more about the benefits of this important piece of dental technology!(more…)
Celebration Family Dental Blog
August 10, 2020
July 7, 2020
Even though your son or daughter’s baby teeth aren’t a permanent fixture in their precious smile, it’s essential that they’re taken care of. In fact, teaching your child how to maintain great oral health has a variety of long-term benefits. One of the most important reasons however is to help them prevent cavities or worse, a tooth infection. Here’s what you need to know about tooth decay, dental infections, and protecting your little one’s smile.(more…)
June 17, 2020
You’re probably familiar with getting dental x-rays taken during your biannual oral health exams. However, did you know that not all x-rays are the same? In fact, there are a variety of types of x-rays your dentist may use during your regular dental checkup, depending on what they’re looking for. Read on to learn more about the five most common types of dental x-rays and how they help keep your smile happy and healthy for a lifetime.(more…)
May 5, 2020
Whether your local dental practice is preparing to reopen or is continuing to see only emergency patients for the current time, it’s important to understand what they are doing to keep everyone safe. Although dental offices are some of the cleanest places you can visit right now, COVID-19 is causing additional protocols to be put into place. From proper handwashing etiquette to increased awareness efforts with appropriately placed signage for visitors, find out what your dentist is doing to lower the risk of possible COVID-19 transmission.
April 4, 2020
Do you know how to tell if you need emergency dental care? Sometimes it can be easy to tell you’re having a dental emergency, like if your tooth is knocked out or broken. Other times however, you may not recognize that the symptoms you’re experiencing mean that your smile is in danger. Here are ten easily missed signs that it’s time to call your Carrolton emergency dentist.