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February 6, 2017 Uncategorized0

Do you want strong and healthy teeth so you can have a beautiful and functional smile? If so, then it’s important to take good care of your teeth and gums on a regular basis. In order to do so, you need to do all you can to prevent the dental issues that can alter the condition of your oral health. Those dental issues are:

–Enamel erosion: Enamel erosion can cause extreme tooth sensitivity. It generally occurs when you eat and drink acidic foods and beverages. The acid in the products can wear away your tooth enamel and expose the sensitive layers of your teeth. It’s important to strengthen your teeth with fluoride and avoid consuming acidic products as much as possible.

–Tooth decay: Tooth decay is a serious dental issue that can cause severe pain and can alter your oral health. This problem usually develops when you have poor oral hygiene habits. If you don’t remove the bacteria, food particles, and plaque from your smile, there is a chance they can attack your teeth and cause cavities. If the cavities are left untreated, it can result in root canal therapy or even tooth extraction. It’s best to avoid this dental issue by brushing twice a day, flossing once a day, rinsing daily, and visiting Dr. Firoz Lalani every six months.

–Gum disease: Gum disease is a dangerous dental issue that needs to be prevented at all costs. You can prevent it by brushing twice a day, flossing once a day, and visiting Dr. Firoz Lalani twice a year. The cleaning and checkup is vital because it involves the only treatment that can completely remove the plaque from on and between your teeth, which is the substance that causes gum disease. If you don’t prevent and treat gum disease, it can result in receding gums and loose and lost teeth.

If you would like more tips, details, and information on how to prevent dental issues in Houston, Texas, please call A Dental Care at and schedule an appointment with Dr. Firoz Lalani at your earliest convenience. When you come into our office, we’ll give you the tips and information you need to succeed!


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December 20, 2016 Uncategorized0

Braces need care and attention so they can give your teeth care and attention. If you do not take care of them, they cannot take care of you. Your oral health depends on great oral hygiene, so be sure to do your part to continue a healthy smile for years to come.

If you have any concerns about your braces, A Dental Care is here to assist you. Here are just a few of the tips you can use to make your braces work wonders:

– Food: Avoid various foods and snacks that can easily get stuck between your teeth and braces.

Oral Hygiene: To keep your braces clean, you should still brush your teeth twice daily and floss once daily to prevent harmful food particles from becoming trapped between wedges in your braces and teeth.

– Appointments: Visit your orthodontist regularly for checkups and appointments.

– Safety Equipment: To protect your teeth and braces, wear safety equipment to suit your environment. This includes mouth guards, helmets, face protectors, etc.

– Cleaning: Always clean your retainer weekly.

A Dental Care wants your orthodontics treatments to serve you as best they can. To schedule an exam with Dr. Firoz Lalani or to book an appointment for any of our wonderful services, please call us at . Our office is in Houston, Texas. We look forward to seeing you soon!


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November 23, 2016 DentistHealthcare0

There are many things that could cause a toothache in Houston, Texas. In fact, a toothache is usually a sign that you have a bigger dental problem. So, our A Dental Care dental team generally recommends scheduling an appointment with your dentist, Dr. Firoz Lalani, if you’ve had a toothache for more than three days.

Some of the most common causes of a toothache include:

Tooth decay:

Tooth decay is a serious dental issue that tends to cause toothaches. If you notice a hole or sharp edge in your tooth, or if you experience pain radiating in your tooth, you might have a cavity and it’s best to get it treated as soon as possible.

Infection:

Infection in the tooth and gums, which is known as an abscess, can cause a toothache. This occurs after severe tooth decay, gum disease, or an oral trauma attacks your tooth. It’s important to get it treated so you can prevent further complications, like a root canal and tooth extraction.

Fractures:

If you’ve fractured your tooth, whether it was because of an oral trauma or because you bit down on something hard, it’s best to get it treated immediately. A fractured tooth could cause severe pain, could invite tooth decay to form, and could increase the possibility of further breaking your tooth.

Damaged dental work:

Having a loose or broken dental crown, dental filling, or dental bridge could easily cause a toothache. It’s best to avoid playing or wiggling the damaged dental restoration. If possible, use dental cement to put it back into place until your dental appointment.

Something stuck between your teeth:

One of the most common causes of a toothache is having something stuck between your teeth. When this happens, you can rinse with saltwater and brush and floss your teeth. If the object still does not come loose, you can visit your dentist to get it professionally removed.

For more information about toothaches, or to schedule an appointment with our dentist, please feel free to call our office at at your earliest convenience. Our dental team will be more than happy to treat the cause of your toothache or give you the information you need to know more. We look forward to hearing from you!


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