To many, lockjaw is synonymous with tetanus, which is a bacterial infection that is characterized by painful muscle spasms and can even lead to death. But lockjaw can occur even if you don’t have tetanus. Read our blog post to learn about lockjaw, it’s causes and treatments.
We are committed to continuing education and remaining current on the latest techniques and technologies. Last month, our entire dental team attended the Southwest Dental Conference in Dallas, Texas. We gained extensive training in a number of areas and had a great time while doing so. Read on to learn more about our trip!
We believe that it is our duty to give back to the McKinney community. Since 2014, we have partnered with The Samaritan Inn to provide free dental care to those in need. Read our blog post for details of our community outreach efforts. Contact our office if you have any questions!
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.
If you are an expectant mother, you may be overwhelmed with the number of changes your body is about to endure. While most changes are quite noticeable, such as your growing belly or new food cravings, there are some things that you might be less familiar with. For example, did you know that up to … View Post
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
In a few short months, we will end another calendar year. Have you used your dental insurance benefits yet? Now is a great time to not only schedule your covered dental visits for your family, but also make sure you have a clear understanding what your dental insurance plan offers. Here are some key facts … View Post
GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a chronic digestive condition that can affect your overall health and your quality of life. Unfortunately, this common medical concern can also wreak havoc on your oral health. Up to 33% of American adults have GERD, which is more often called “acid reflux.” You should know that while stomach … View Post