Celina Dentist Discusses Diabetes and Oral Health

November is more than just Thanksgiving and Black Friday. It is also American Diabetes Month. Twenty-six million Americans suffer from the disease. While many of the medical risks associated with the condition are well known, people may not know just how seriously diabetes can affect oral health. Your Celina dentist, Dr. Newton, talks about what… Read more »

Celina Dentist Discusses How Pilgrims Brushed Their Teeth

Not so long ago, dentistry operated quite differently. As the holiday season continues in full swing, many patients might travel across the country to see friends and family members. Holiday gatherings often center on an oven-roasted or fried turkey. Additionally, side dishes of vegetables, starches, and delicious desserts often find their way onto the holiday… Read more »

Afraid of the Dentist? Celina Dentist Discusses Helping Fearful Patients

About 75% of American adults suffer from dental fear or dental anxiety. Accompanied by feelings ranging from unease and nervousness to nausea and full-blown panic, dental fear and anxiety prompts many people to avoid visiting the dentist for years. Often, fearful patients wait to seek dental treatment until their oral health has reached a point… Read more »

Celina Dentist Suggest Veggies, Cheese, and Seltzer to Keep Teeth White

We see a lot of patients that are interested in teeth whitening. Whether you opt for in-office whitening, or at-home bleaching, whitening your teeth can build your self-esteem and take years off of your life. Unfortunately, once you have taken the time to make this improvement, you’re probably going to try and avoid stain causers… Read more »

On Eruptions Cysts, Celina Dentist Asks: What Would You Do…?

Eruption cysts occur when fluid gets trapped between the jawbone and gums, causing a hematoma that is visible when your teething child opens their mouth. Your Celina dentist, Dr. Newton, quizzes you to see what you know about eruptions cysts, and how you might deal with one. Questions Q1. True or false – A baby’s… Read more »