How Tooth Brushing Prevents Gum Disease

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Why should everyone brush their teeth at least twice a day? At Crabtree Dental in Katy TX, we’re using this space to discuss why it is so important. The first, and most obvious benefit, is that brushing and flossing prevents tooth decay. It removes the food debris from teeth and clears away plaque, that filmy residue…

Be Glad We Have X-Ray Vision

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During a dental checkup at Crabtree Dental in Katy we do a thorough inspection of your teeth and gums. But visual inspections can’t tell us everything we need to know, which is why we take x-rays. For most patients, we update our x-rays once a year. They help us to make accurate diagnoses by showing…

How Do Implant Dentures Work?

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This post from Crabtree Dental in Katy answers the most prevalent questions about implant-supported dentures. Did you know that two or more dental implants can support a partial or full denture? This can be a more affordable option than having numerous implants while still providing many benefits as compared to conventional dentures. What Are Implant…

Be Glad We Have X-Ray Vision

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During a dental checkup at Crabtree Dental in Katy, we do a thorough inspection of your teeth and gums. But visual inspections can’t tell us everything we need to know, which is why we take x-rays. For most patients, we update our x-rays once a year. They help us to make accurate diagnoses by showing…

Ready To Smile Again?

Are You Ready to Smile Again, Katy?

There are people who refrain from smiling at all costs. Are you one of those who covers their mouth when laugh? Do you keep your mouth closed when someone takes a picture of you? Have you been hiding unattractive teeth for years? At Crabtree Dental in Katy TX, we can help! If you are missing…

Regular Cleanings And Heart Health

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Visiting Crabtree Dental in Katy for semiannual dental checkups and cleanings can seem inconvenient and unnecessary at times. But you may benefit in ways you never imagined. A recent study showed that people who have their teeth professionally cleaned at least once every two years were 24 percent less likely to have a heart attack,…