Dental Renaissance Blog
July 31, 2017
In the past, many patients with missing teeth thought they weren’t good candidates for dental implants, worried these tooth replacement solutions weren’t safe, or thought these treatment options were more likely to fail. We have great news at dental Renaissance – dental implants now have a 98% chance for success. When properly placed, these tooth replacement options are completely safe. Additionally, modern techniques, technologies, and materials allow more patients than ever before to undergo dental implant supported tooth replacement. Whether you’re missing a single tooth or a full arch, contact our Plano dentist and team to schedule a dental implant consultation today. We’ll review your oral and overall health and help you find the best tooth replacement option to meet your needs.
July 15, 2017
Cavities are the most common oral health concern patients can experience. Most people will have at least one cavity in his or her lifetime. During regular dental checkups, we examine patients’ smiles for the early warning signs of tooth decay. When caught early, we’re able to offer minimally invasive, effective restoration solutions. In addition to daily brushing and flossing, keeping your six month dental checkups is the best way to maintain a whole, healthy, cavity-free smile. Contact the caring Plano dentistry team at Dental Renaissance to schedule your checkup today.
June 28, 2017
Summer is here! That means it’s time for pool parties, outdoor salsa dancing, and hanging out with friends enjoying a cold beverage on a patio at your favorite restaurants – along with weddings, family reunions, and vacations with lots of photo opportunities. And since the warm weather gives you so many reasons to smile, it’s time to finally achieve the radiant pearly whites you deserve with porcelain veneers in Plano. In this post, the team at Dental Renaissance explains how this simple procedure can correct a multitude of common dental problems at once to give you your perfect smile this Summer.
It’s Summer and you know what that means – bright, sunshine-filled days, backyard barbeques, and the kids are out of school. And, did you know that Summer is the perfect time to schedule an appointment with your dentist in Plano. The team at Dental Renaissance is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30AM to 5:00PM, making a visit before work possible, and ensuring that your kids never need to miss school to take care of their smiles. Learn more about the importance of regular dental care for kids in this post.
May 24, 2017
When you better understand dental issues like tooth loss, our experts at Dental Renaissance is able to address such conditions early on, often preventing them from developing at all. Unfortunately, tooth loss still happens even with our best efforts. It could be from uncontrollable dental disease or accidental trauma. Either way, it remains a problem for a significant number of patients.
Luckily, innovation in the dental society have also provided a variety of options for effectively replacing lost teeth. If you’ve lost one or more teeth, then speak with your dentist to find out if dental implants in Plano can help you restore your smile by replacing them.
May 14, 2017
Everyone knows that having a healthy, balanced diet can do wonders for your body. But, did you know that incorporating more fruits and vegetables in your daily diet can also boost your oral health? It’s the truth! If you have a primarily vegetarian diet, chances are your smile is strong, healthy, and durable against many dental problems. Your Plano dentist at Dental Renaissance, either Dr. Pollard or Dr. Patel, wants you to know the benefits that come along with eating more natural foods that provide the vitamins and minerals your teeth and gums need.
April 23, 2017
Last week, you broke a tooth on some of the authentic street tacos that DFW is known for. You did your best to take care of it, but as time passed your mouth started to hurt – a lot. This morning, your breath smelled much more potent than normal “morning breath,” and the glands in your neck are swollen, and so is the side of your face. You know this can’t wait any longer, so you contact the premier emergency dentist in Plano, Dental Renaissance. Dr. Christopher Pollard and Dr. Bhavita Patel were able to treat you right away, and helped to cure the abscessed tooth you were dealing with. In this post, they explain all about this condition, and teach you why this is a dental emergency in Plano that shouldn’t be ignored.
March 17, 2017
You brush and floss twice a day, every day – but no matter what you do, every time you see your dentist in Plano, TX you end up with a cavity. Why are you more prone to this dental problem that other people? And, what can you do about it? The team at Dental Renaissance explain the reasons why some patients are more susceptible to cavities, and offer strategies to get ahead of the problem in this post
February 14, 2017
It’s no secret that many Americans don’t like to visit their dentist. It could be from dental anxiety or plain neglect for their oral health. But, did you know that there are a few reasons that you can skip seeing your dentist altogether? We’re not pulling your leg this time! It’s fine to skip visiting your dentist if you want to eventually lose your teeth…or if you wish to suffer from painful, bleeding gums from gum disease. You can also forget about dental appointments if you’d like to be embarrassed from bad breath! These reasons don’t sound too promising, right? Instead of ignoring preventive care or waiting for a dental emergency, be proactive when it comes to your oral health. Your dentist in Plano, TX makes all his patients feel good about trusting their oral health in his hands. Dr. Christopher Pollard and Dr. Bhavita Patel are committed to providing comprehensive, personalized dental care. You will leave our office with plenty of reasons to smile. Here are some telltale signs that it may be time to visit your dentist:
January 23, 2017
Pistachios have always been your favorite snack. They’re salty, savory, good for heart health, and famously green. To get through the afternoon slump one day, you take a bite of your snack of choice only to feel excruciating pain in the right side of your mouth, all the way in the back. The pain only gets worse throughout the next few weeks. What could be wrong? How could your favorite snack turn against you like this? And, will fixing the problem hurt worse than the pain you’re already experiencing? Dr. Christopher Pollard and Dr. Bhavita Patel, dentists in Plano, TX with over 40 years combined experience, know exactly what’s wrong: you have a badly hurt tooth and you need a root canal. But wait – won’t this hurt a lot more than you what you’re already feeling?