Is It Too Late To Improve My Oral Health?

Would you love to make changes to your smile but hesitate due to your age? Or do you know that you need dental treatments to restore your oral health but have been avoiding receiving care? We are here to tell you that you are never too old to receive the dental care you need and deserve to restore your oral health. It always seems that life is busy, and for many there is always another curveball that seems to change life’s course. Whether it is work commitments, caring for and spending time with children and grandchildren, traveling, or just enjoying life, it can be easy for time to get away from us. If you have been putting your oral health on the back burner, now is a great time to schedule an appointment.

Could You Have This Common Disease And Not Know It?

When was the last time you visited our office for a hygiene examination? Even if you take excellent care of your teeth by brushing, flossing and using mouthwash, regular appointments are imperative for your oral health. You may be surprised to learn that we do more than clean your teeth and inspect for decay when you come for a routine appointment. In fact, we check your mouth for serious diseases that can lead to issues with not only your oral health but your overall health as well. There is one disease that affects approximately half of American adults. Read on to learn if you may be suffering from this common condition.

Importance of Following Instructions Before and After Treatment

When patients have an upcoming dental procedure scheduled, oftentimes they are overly concerned with the procedure itself and don’t give much thought to preparing before and recovering after treatment. We have many patients who experience such nervous feelings when thinking about the procedure itself that they may miss the importance of preparation and recovery. While the procedure is extremely important and usually necessary, following our directions, especially after treatment, is imperative to ensure the results are as expected.

Get A New Smile For The New Year

We hope that you had a wonderful holiday season with your friends and family and are enjoying the start of the new year. A new year is typically a time when many people feel obligated to choose a resolution that usually gets forgotten shortly after. We believe this is the perfect time to evaluate your oral health and make the changes needed to benefit and improve your life. If you have recently experienced tooth loss or know you need a tooth replaced, there is no better time to start your journey. We offer a number of tooth replacement options that may fit your needs. Read on to learn more.

Could You Benefit From A Night Guard? Hear Thoughts From a Patient Just Like You!

Do you grind your teeth at night? Have you been experiencing discomfort in your jaw? Are you under intense stress and notice that you are clenching your jaw? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be experiencing a condition called bruxism. Bruxism is the term used to describe a condition where a patient repeatedly clenches and grinds their teeth unconsciously. This often happens at night when patients are asleep and unaware of their actions. If you suffer from this condition, you might be wondering if there is a way to help. We are here to tell you that we have the perfect solution — a night guard. In fact, we had the pleasure to sit down with one of our night guard patients, Diane, and she gave her feedback on what she thinks of this product. Click here to watch as Diane explains her feelings about the night guard we supplied her.

The Most Versatile Cosmetic Dental Treatment

Do you look at others’ smiles in awe and wish your teeth looked like theirs? Do your front teeth have an imperfection that you can’t ignore any longer? If you are unhappy with your smile, there is no better time to look into making an improvement. While we offer numerous ways to improve your smile, there is one option that can make all the beautiful improvements you would love to see. Continue reading to learn more about this popular treatment.

Improve Your Smile This Holiday Season

We cannot believe that it is already November and the holiday season is right around the corner! If you are looking to make any improvements to your smile, now is the perfect time. You can show off your beautiful smile at all of your upcoming holiday events and get togethers with family, friends, and co-workers. We offer a host of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can improve a number of imperfections and restore not only the aesthetic appearance, but also the function of your teeth.

The Importance Of Keeping Your Mouth Healthy When You’re Sick

Although we are loving the crisp air that we experience in Texas during the fall season, it is a reminder that cold and flu season is on the horizon. With the start of the pandemic back in March of 2020, many of our patients have made their health a top priority; however, we cannot forget that common illnesses are still present and can have an affect on our oral health as well as our overall health. We want to share some tips to help you care for your mouth in the event that you should start feeling under the weather. Read on to see how these tips can keep your mouth healthy, even when you might not be feeling the greatest.

Meet a Valued Team Member – Marichu

At Sehnert Precision Dentistry, our patients are our top priority. From the moment you come through the doors, we take the time to listen to your concerns and show that you matter. Our entire team works together to ensure that you are comfortable while under our care. If you have visited our office, we hope that you have experienced the level of care that allows us to be one of the highest rated dental offices in the area. There is one member of our team who always goes above and beyond and helps with numerous aspects of the office and procedures we offer — our team leader and doctor’s clinical assistant — Marichu. We want to take some time this month to share a little more about Marichu and why she is so vital to our team.

Do You Have Sensitive Teeth?

Have you noticed that your teeth have recently been overly sensitive to hot and cold temperatures when eating and drinking? Experiencing tooth sensitivity is not an uncommon feeling once in a while; however, when it becomes a pattern, it can be cause for concern. Your teeth can be warning you that there is a problem that needs to be remedied as soon as possible. Read on to learn about what your teeth may be trying to tell you.