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2 Popular Drinks Can Fight Cavities

September 24, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — prestonbend @ 9:16 pm

Cup of green tea to fight cavities in Plano. Teeth are meant to last for a lifetime. The biggest threat to their longevity is tooth decay. Although you can avoid cavities, 92% of adults have had at least one in a permanent tooth. Thankfully, there are several things you can do to combat cavities in Plano. Besides maintaining your oral hygiene at home and visiting your dentist at least twice a year for a cleaning and checkup, recent studies have found coffee and green tea can also help fight dental caries. Here’s how your morning cup of coffee or your afternoon tea can neutralize harmful bacteria in your mouth.


Choose CEREC in Plano, TX for a Beautiful Valentine’s Day Smile

January 18, 2016

laughing woman with a beautiful smile thanks to CEREC in PlanoSevere tooth decay, dental trauma, and root canal infection have something in common other than your smile: dental crown restoration. In the past, it’s taken days, weeks, and sometimes months to restore a patient’s damaged smile with a dental crown. At Preston Bend Dental, we offer a fast, effective alternative. Using the CEREC system, our team is able to plan, manufacture, and place a crown during a single visit to our convenient Plano dental practice.

Bruxism in Plano, TX

December 14, 2015

Filed under: General Dentistry,Uncategorized — Tags: , , — prestonbend @ 9:03 pm

We know this is “the most wonderful time of year,” but let’s be honest—it can also be the most stressful time of year, too. Just thinking about everything you need to do can be stressful! There are all the gifts you need to buy, the parties to plan and attend, grocery shopping and meal planning for your holiday dinner—and all of that is on top of your normal routine that may include work, school, kids, carpool, and so on and so forth. All of that stress can manifest itself in physical reactions within your body. One of the more common reactions is when we clench or grind our teeth. Anyone can experience occasional grinding and clenching, also called bruxism. Problems arise, however, when bruxism becomes a habit. In that case, you may need treatment in order to protect your teeth and eliminate the jaw discomfort that may develop as a result. Dr. Madhav is the dentist Plano, TX, residents turn to for relief.