Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Red Oak Family Dentistry, McKinney, TX, dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on staying safe during the pandemic.
No one wants to deal with a broken tooth, but things happen. You can crack or chip any of your teeth with varying degrees of severity. Read our blog post to learn how to handle a cracked tooth.
You may have heard about an abscessed tooth but you’re not quite sure what it is or what it means for your health. Read our blog post where we clear up any mystery around it so you can be in the know and plan what’s best for your dental wellness.
Do you find it difficult to squeeze in your dental appointment? Check out our blog post to learn about our office’s Saturday and extended weekday hours, family-block scheduling, and same-day emergency dental care. Contact us to learn more about our high-quality, convenient dental care.
As you dive into the holiday spirit, don’t ditch your smile health. In fact, you may have to up your game when it comes to taking care of your teeth during the busy season. For many families, the holidays are a time when we tend to stray from our normal routines. Whether it is staying … View Post
There are many misconceptions related to dental care. At Red Oak Family Dentistry, we welcome the opportunity to debunk the following three dental myths: All Sugar Is Equally Bad For Your Teeth While it is true that sugar increases your risk for cavities, there are better and worse ways to satisfy your sweet tooth. Sugary … View Post
If you’ve heard any hype about wisdom teeth, it is probably about getting them removed or taken out. Wisdom teeth are the third and final set of molars to emerge. They don’t offer significant functional benefit to your smile, and the truth is, wisdom teeth cause more harm than good. Therefore, it is common for … View Post
Just as it is with other parts of our body, when there is pain in your mouth, it is a sign that something is not right. There are many reasons for sudden tooth pain, including an abscess, infection, severe decay or damage to the tooth or a dental restoration (crown or filling). A toothache can … View Post