Don’t Damage Your Teeth With Risky Decisions

Have you ever worn a mouth guard during outdoor sports activities? Have you ever bitten into something that was too hard for your teeth to bite? The answer is probably yes, as most individuals have taken plenty of risks to their oral health over their lifetime. While strong, our teeth are can be damaged, so we encourage our patients to be... read more »

Enhance Your Smile with a CEREC® Crown

If the winter weather has lessened the sunshine in your life, then now is a great time to create some of your own with a cheery disposition. Light up any room with a healthy, confident smile today. If your smile lacks the shine and grace you seek, Tier One Dental can help. If you suffer from any broken or damaged teeth,... read more »

The Healthier Your Mouth Is, the Happier You Can Be

As the winter season fast approaches, it is important to make continue to keep up our healthy habits. As you find yourself surrounded by foods of all shapes and sizes, we must not forget to help our body to a hefty serving of successful oral hygiene. You won’t be able to sink your teeth into anything delicious if you don’t... read more »

A Crown Can Repair a Damaged, Decayed or Imperfect Tooth

A dental crown in Seguin, Texas, is a nearly perfect replica of the enamel layer of a tooth. Here at Tier One Dental, our dentists, Dr. Brett McCown, will routinely use it to address a number of issues. Tooth decay tends to be the most common problem crowns are used to address. If advanced decay has penetrated deep into the... read more »

Cavities: What You Need to Know

What keeps people from having a cavity filled? Generally, the answer comes down to one of two important issues: fear of the dentist or concern about the cost of the treatment. However, if you have a cavity filled, there are a few reasons you should get it filled immediately. You see, cavities are formed by tooth decay and erosion over... read more »

White and Silver Fillings: The Differences Between the Two Products

If you’re in need of a dental filling but you’re not exactly sure which restoration is the best for your smile, our Tier One Dental team is happy to help you! There are many different types of fillings in the world today, including gold and porcelain, but the two most common restorations are white and silver fillings. To help you... read more »

Plaque: What Can it Do to Your Smile?

You’ve probably heard that its extremely important to visit your dentist every six months for a routine cleaning. Similarly, if you’ve ever visited a dentist—and probably if you haven’t—you probably know that you be brushing and flossing your teeth. However, do you know why it’s so important to remove plaque from your teeth? Honestly, there are several benefits to brushing... read more »

Daily Toothbrush Care

As you care for your teeth and gums by brushing and flossing daily, you will also want to take good care of your toothbrush. You can throw away used dental floss and spit out your mouth rinse, but you want to preserve your toothbrush which can last up to three or four months with proper care. Following are some tips the American Dental... read more »

Your Drink: Healthy or Staining?

You probably know that some drinks are bad for your teeth, but did you know that others can actually help you fight off gum disease and tooth decay? Do you know which drinks are good for your smile and which aren’t? If not, please read on! When you think of milk being good for your smile, do you assume it’s... read more »