Flossing: The Benefits that Can Save Your Smile

If you want a top-notch oral health and smile, it’s important to keep up on oral hygiene on a regular basis and visit Dr. Mike Musso every six months. When it comes to oral hygiene, many people forgo their flossing routines, which is the biggest mistake they can make. If you are one of these people, our Musso Family Dentistry... read more »

Oral Health Risks for Men

As a man, your smile could be at high risk of certain dental issues. This is because there are things in your life that could threaten your teeth and gums. To help you know more about these things so you can take good care of your oral health in Garland, Texas, our Musso Family Dentistry dental team is happy to... read more »

Learn to Love Regular Cleanings

About 1/3rd of the country never sees their dentist on a regular basis. A lot of reasons exist as to why they don't go, but oftentimes people don't go because they don't enjoy the experience. That's why, here at Musso Family Dentistry, we're dedicated to creating an atmosphere that'll make you enjoy your time with us and our team. But... read more »

Mouthwash, Mints, and Your Mouth

As you know, many of our favorite foods can lead to bad breath. This is at least one reason that millions of Americans use breath mints or other fresheners daily. However, while mints can be useful, they only offer a temporary solution. This isn’t a problem if your bad breath--properly known as halitosis--is caused by foods or beverages, but it... read more »

What About Those Wisdom Teeth?

Your smile depends on the health of your teeth and gums. The first to be seen, they can reflect the state of your oral health. But not all your teeth are visible at first glance. The teeth in the back are vital for your good health, even though they are not visible, especially your “wisdom teeth”. Wisdom teeth are the... read more »

Help for Gum Disease

If you have been battling gum disease for some time and despite your best oral care it has not recovered, you may have periodontitis. This advanced stage of gum disease may require gum surgery as your next step. Left untreated, you may incur pockets of infection inside affected gum tissue. If you do not eradicate the effects of periodontitis your... read more »

Frequently Asked Questions on Dental Cleanings

How often should I get a dental cleaning? Dentists generally recommend attending your dental checkups at least every six months. If you suffer from gum disease, your dentist may recommend attending more frequent checkups, like every three months. However, if you feel as though you need your teeth cleaned on a more regular basis, you are more than welcome to... read more »

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