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 »

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 »

Chewing Sugar-Free Gum Boosts Your Oral Health

Image by Flickr user Guilherme Yagui used under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 license. Image cropped and modified from original. GUM ISN’T ALL ABOUT freshening your breath. While it definitely helps after that garlic pasta you had for lunch, did you know chewing sugarless gum can also prevent cavities and improve your oral health? Chewing Gum Increases Saliva Flow and Prevents Cavities... read more »

Restorative Dentistry Can Help You Reclaim Your Beautiful Smile

At Miller Family Dental in Houston, Texas, our dentist Dr. Brian Miller is pleased to offer restorative dentistry for our patients who have missing teeth--whether it is one or several. We offer our patients dental bridges, crowns, dentures--both complete and partials--to bring back a natural looking smile. Teeth can be lost due to tooth decay and gum disease, injury or... read more »