Oral Health

5 tips for healthy gums

5 Ways to Keep Your Gums Healthy in Irving

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | October 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Your gums are more important than you may have realized. As a soft tissue supportive structure, they play a crucial role in securing your teeth to the bone underneath.

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Will Getting Dental Implants Hurt? Irving Implant Dentistry

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | September 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

The idea of having dental implants placed into your gum tissue and jawbone probably sounds painful. You may even be avoiding the procedure altogether for fear of how much it will hurt.

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Irving Dental Office: Vaping and Oral Health

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | August 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

We all know that smoking cigarettes cause lasting damage on teeth and gums, but what about vaping? The e-cigarette trend sweeping our nation is relatively new and, as a result, poorly understood. Many people incorrectly believe vaping is better or “healthier” than smoking, but the truth is that vaping poses an enormous threat to the…

Why Your Dentist Needs to Exam Before Pricing Out Treatment

Why Your Irving Dentist Needs to Examine You Before Pricing Out Your Treatment

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | June 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Just like you wouldn’t trust an insurance adjuster to assess the value of your vehicle claim before inspecting your car, you shouldn’t expect a dentist to price out your treatment before examining your mouth. Your initial dental consultation is a very important stepping stone for the rest of your treatment, so make sure you work…

Properly Caring for Your Toothbrush

Irving Dentist: Properly Caring for Your Toothbrush

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | October 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

You would never doubt the importance of regularly brushing your teeth (right?!), but how much attention do you give to your toothbrush itself? Your toothbrush is actually your first line of defense against cavities, gum disease, and other serious dental problems. By properly cleaning, storing, and replacing your toothbrush, you can encourage long lasting oral…

Fight Bad Breath

Irving Dentist: Foods That Fight Bad Breath

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Before we start, nothing can substitute good oral hygiene. You know the routine; brush twice a day, floss daily and never skip your six-month dental cleaning with your favorite Irving TX dentist. Might sound boring, but maintaining good oral care will help ensure your teeth last a lifetime and help your co-worker from fleeing every…

2018 Oral Health Checklist

Irving Dental Office: 2018 Oral Health Checklist

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | December 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

The New Year is all about setting goals, fresh starts and healthy living. While we tend to focus on the gym and cleaning up our diet, an important wellness goal should include improving your dental health. Our mouths host hundreds of bacteria and are the gateway to many things affecting our health. Irving Family Dental…

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Irving Dentist Explains The Effect of Smoking on Oral Health

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | November 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Most of us are aware that smoking and other tobacco products can lead to issues of the lungs and overall health problems. For this post, we are going to focus on the effect of smoking specifically on our oral health. Our mouth, gums, and teeth are all negatively impacted by tobacco use.

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How to Find the Best Dentist in Irving For You

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | July 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Whether you’re new to the area or simply need to find another dental office to call home, finding the best dentist in Irving for your needs is important for your future smile. While the options may seem overwhelming, here are some important things to look at:

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Why Do I Need Regular Dental Exams in Irving?

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | July 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Are you curious as to what the point of regular dental exams are? Sure, you know they help clean your teeth but if you brush and floss daily, is it really necessary? Yes. Yes. YES. Even those who take tremendous care of their mouths should have routine maintenance. And the best part with Irving Family…