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Cosmetic Dentistry Oral Health

Is Tooth Whitening Safe for Teens?

Do you have a child who’s making that tricky transition into their teenage years? Have they asked you about teeth whitening before? Have you ever tried buying over-the-counter products, but they seemed like they were a waste of time and money?  Maybe as a parent, you’re a little unsure if smile whitening is even a […]

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Orthodontics

Why Should I See An Orthodontist in Spring, TX?

At our pediatric dental and orthodontic office in Spring, TX, we love meeting new people and making new friends — both patients and parents. We understand how important it is to make your child’s first experience with both the orthodontist and dentist in Spring go smoothly so that they’ll be comfortable with smile care for […]

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General Dentistry Oral Health Prevention

Gummy Vitamins: Good or Bad for Oral Health?

Are you busy setting goals for your family for 2021 in terms of health and fitness? You’ve come to the right place! Like you and so many other families here in Texas, everyone at our Spring pediatric dental office wants to do everything we can to keep our kids healthy.  We serve them well-balanced meals, […]

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Invisalign Orthodontics

5 Benefits of Getting Braces From Matthews & Dai Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics in 2021

This year has undoubtedly been one for the record books for all of us.  Your friends at Matthews & Dai Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics in Spring would like to take a moment to wish your family a happy, healthy holiday season. We’re always thankful that you choose us to take care of you and your […]

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General Dentistry Oral Health Prevention

How Do You Keep Your Toothbrush Clean?

Now, more than ever, we need to keep ourselves and our families healthy for a healthy immune system. One of the things you might not think about is your toothbrush, or better yet, how to keep it clean and disease-free, especially for your little ones.  The team at our pediatric dental office in Spring would […]

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Prevention

Why Your Kids (And You) Should Never Use Teeth as Tools

Sometimes it’s just too easy to rip that stubborn bag of chips open with your teeth, even when it says to “Tear Here,” yet somehow, you can’t seem to do it. There are a lot of ways both kids and parents use their teeth as tools. Your Spring orthodontist knows way too much about this […]

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Oral Health Prevention

No More Dental Fear: Tips Help Your Kids Visit Go Stress-Free

Being a pediatric dentist in Spring means you give every child the dental experience of a lifetime, every time they’re at your office. From unique kid-friendly amenities to a few funny faces and songs, catering to kids while you care for their smile is setting the stage for a lifetime of exceptional dental health.  Cool, […]

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General Dentistry Orthodontics

October is National Orthodontic Health Month

There’s an organization known as the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) and they’ve designated October as National Orthodontic Health Month. Your Spring orthodontist agrees that it’s the perfect time to raise awareness about the importance of having a straight smile and why you need an orthodontist’s guidance.  Thinking About Oral Health October can be a […]

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General Dentistry Oral Health Prevention

5 Steps to Protecting Your Little One’s Enamel

Helping Teeth Stay Strong and Healthy Protecting children’s teeth from cavities is important for overall oral health. Baby teeth and permanent teeth can get cavities, and preventing the decay in the first place is important for both. While baby teeth are only around for a short period of time, they do serve as a placeholder […]

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Orthodontics

Easy Ways to Care for Fixed Retainers

Keep Your Smile Straight and Healthy When you complete your orthodontic treatment you’re going to need a retainer. Do you know why? Your Spring orthodontist and pediatric dentist will show how well retainers work at holding teeth in place while sustaining movement in your gums, ligaments, and facial bones. Retainers “retain” your newly positioned teeth […]