The Benefits of Chewing Gum

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Have you ever heard that chewing gum can help your or your child’s smile? This is true in certain cases. But what determines whether gum is helpful or detrimental to your smile? Dr. Calder, Dr. Timothy Durr, Dr. Clarke Short, and our team are happy to guide you in this matter. Chewing Gum With Sugar… Read more »

The Different Mouthwashes for Your Smile

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Did you know rinsing your mouth once a day can help you and your smile immensely? Well, it’s true. In fact, it’s so true that it’s recommended to rinse once a day after you’ve brushed and flossed your teeth. If you’re new to this routine, our dental team has some helpful tips for you that… Read more »

Why Should I Get a Dental Cleaning and Exam?

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Dr. Hamilton Calder, Dr. Timothy Durr and Dr. Clarke Short strongly encourage you to take good care of your smile by keeping up on oral hygiene and visiting our office every six months for a routine cleaning and exam. But why are dental cleanings and exams so important? Well, our dental team would like to… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Make Your Smile Shine Again

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If you have a sunken or misaligned smile due to a missing tooth or two, dental implants can make your smile shine again. Dental implants are a procedure in which artificial yet realistic teeth are inserted in the gaps left behind from their previous toothy tenants. Not only can filling in the gap prevent the… Read more »

Restorative Dentistry Can Bring Back Your Natural Looking Smile

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At Comfort Dental Excellence in Spring, Texas, our dentists, Drs. Hamilton Calder, Timothy Durr and Clarke Short, are pleased to offer restorative dentistry for our patients with missing teeth. We offer 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 »

Beware of Untreated Tooth Decay

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently found that more than 25 percent of American adults have untreated tooth decay, and 91 percent have at least one tooth that has been treated for tooth decay in the past. These results are an improvement from the 1960s, when there were many more reports of… Read more »