Oral Health

When Should I See My Dentist for Tooth Sensitivity

When Should I See My Irving Dentist for Tooth Sensitivity?

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | September 10, 2021 |

Tooth sensitivity is a common condition that our Irving dentist sees each week. Depending on the symptoms and extent of your tooth sensitivity, you may or may not need to see someone about it right away. Here are some things to look for if you notice irritation, tenderness, or sensitive teeth from time to time:

Cigarette Burning What Does Smoking Do To your Teeth

Irving Dental Care: What Does Smoking Actually Do To Your Teeth and Mouth?

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | April 30, 2021 |

It’s widely understood that smoking is a dangerous habit, but not just for your lungs and heart. Smoking also causes excessive damage to your teeth, gums, and mouth. Here at Irving Family Dental, we know you value your smile and want to protect your teeth for years to come. Take action now to ensure smoking…

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How Do I Prevent Dental Problems Before They Start? Irving Dental Office

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | January 31, 2021 |

Laughter is the best medicine for the soul, but prevention is the best medicine for your smile. It’s possible to prevent serious oral health complications with just a few minutes of dental care a day. Use these tips from our dentist in Irving, TX to stop dangerous dental problems before they start!

Dental Plaque What You Can Do About It Man Flossing

What Is Dental Plaque & What Irving Residents Can Do About It

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | October 2, 2020 |

You brush your teeth every night and visit your Irving dentist every six months, but you still wake up each day with unpleasant, embarrassing morning breath. The cause of this frustrating phenomenon? Often, it’s dental plaque. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take at home to fight plaque and protect your vibrant smile.

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How to Keep Your Mouth Healthy During Quarantine in Irving

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | April 9, 2020 |

We are all doing our best to adjust to the new reality of quarantining until the threat of coronavirus passes. Between job changes, school closures, and health concerns, it’s important to remember our oral health during this time. Top Irving dental office, Irving Family Dental, is here to help with oral care tips.

Holiday Snacking for Healthy Teeth

Irving: Holiday Snacking That Isn’t Bad for Your Teeth

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | December 1, 2019 |

We know, holiday sweets are irresistible… but they’re also often not so great for your teeth. Those gingerbread lattes and slices of pecan pie aren’t doing your mouth any favors, even if they are festive. Fortunately, it’s surprisingly easy to enjoy holiday snacks that protect your oral health instead of harming your teeth and gums.…

5 tips for healthy gums

5 Ways to Keep Your Gums Healthy in Irving

By Dr. Rini Bavishi | October 1, 2019 |

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 |

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 |

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 |

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…