Smile Wide with Cold and Flu Season Oral Health Care Treatments

Are you familiar with the effects that cold and flu season can have on your smile? Due to several health risks that can arise when you are sick, you need to make sure that you have a prevention and treatment plan in place to negate any effects that could arise due to a cold or the flu. Did you know... read more »

Increase Your Water Intake for Better Oral Health

Your teeth perform a lot of functions for your body, such as helping you speak, eat and smile to show your delight. You can show your teeth the care they deserve by doing a great job of brushing and flossing your smile every day. We also suggest that you show your teeth some love by drinking more water to improve... read more »

Ditch These Work Habits for a Healthier Smile

Do you want to maintain a top-notch smile or achieve an even healthier smile? If so, our dentist, Dr. Brian Miller, has a tip for you: Ditch the work habits that damage your teeth and gums. Unfortunately, there are many habits that do more harm than good. The habits to avoid include: -Using your teeth as tools. Using your teeth... read more »

Correcting Issues That Arise with Dry Mouth

As the fall season kicks into swing, it is important to start focusing on your oral health care and oral health care treatments. Even if your oral hygiene is in excellent condition, it is important to watch out for oral ailments that can damage your smile, including dry mouth. Dry mouth is a common oral health care condition that arises... read more »

Advice about Mouthwash

Although mouthwashes and rinses are not substitutes for brushing, flossing and dental visits, they are a great addition to your regular oral hygiene regimen. If you are thinking about adding mouthwash to your routine, here are some facts about mouthwash to consider: - Some brands of mouthwash have been proven to be effective in fighting the effects of halitosis, also... read more »

The Importance of Taking Excellent Care of Your Smile

Did you know, as you age your teeth become more defenseless to cavities and gum disease? Well, it’s true! Having a first-rate oral health hygiene routine is essential to keeping your smile healthy. To help you understand how to properly take care of your teeth as you age, our team here at Miller Family Dental in Houston, Texas, is happy... read more »

Oral Cancer Can Be Checked For

Having an evaluation for cancer regularly is always a great idea. Luckily, you can have an oral cancer screening with every dental checkup with your dentist. It can also be helpful to have an awareness of other symptoms in case it ever does pop up. That is why we have provided you with this basic information on oral cancer. Oral... read more »

The Amazing Results of Dental Veneers

Have you ever heard of dental veneers? If so, you are not alone. Dental veneers have begun to rise in popularity, leaving many to wonder what they are and how they can help your smile. That is why, Dr. Brian Miller at Miller Family Dental in Houston, Texas, is happy to talk to you about dental veneers giving you the... read more »

How Your Diet Affects Your Teeth

You probably know that there are several things you should consider doing if you’d like to live a healthy lifestyle. For instance, you probably know that following a healthy diet can actually help you stay healthy and strong. However, did you know that the foods you eat can actually have a negative impact on your oral health? Some foods—such as... read more »

Don’t Fall Victim to Bad Oral Hygiene

It’s easy to have a lapse in memory and begin to slack on your oral health, but at the end of every day, it is important to ensure you are back on track for a healthy smile that, with proper care and risk-control, can last a lifetime. Don’t fall victim to bad oral hygiene. Implement the following tips and tactics... read more »