This is an amazing colored rendering of our front office staff (top) and our dental assistants (bottom) at C&C Dental. It was done by a little student in Latrell Myers’ class, a patient of ours that is a teacher in a local elementary school. We created some coloring books with photos… Read more »
A cold sore or fever blister is one of the most painful conditions, and for years there was no real treatment. You were just forced to wait it out. Recently Drs. Cashion and Cody have had tremendous success with 2 treatments: one treatment involves a chemical curing and the other is a laser treatment of the cold sore. Wouldn’t… Read more »
Living magazine is having a contest to see who is the BEST of everything in Ft. Bend county……including BEST DENTIST !! We would love it if you would go vote for C&C Dental to win. We will get recognized in Living magazine as the BEST DENTIST and receive a plaque……YOU will be entered to win a… Read more »
Check out how much fun we have at C&C Dental……bet you wish you were here! Guess what? You can come and join the fun anytime. Just call us at 281-242-0241 for more information or to make an appointment.
….It may be time to replace those amalgam fillings with composite!
Plaque is an insidious substance…..a colorless, sticky film that blankets your teeth, creating an environment in which bacteria erode tooth enamel, cause gum irritation, cause infection in inner structures such as pulp and the roots, and in extreme cases, cause tooth loss. Some of the biggest culprits causing plaque are foods rich in sugar and… Read more »
Just thought you all could use a little dental humor mid-week. Enjoy!
You see them everywhere. Red Bull, Monster, Full Throttle are a few of the popular brands of energy drinks. This is the fastest growing beverage segment. Thirty to fifty percent of American teens drink them. But at what cost? Most contain extremely high levels of caffeine and sugar, and are incredibly acidic. A new… Read more »
As everyone knows, there are many complications with diabetes. One of them is that people with diabetes are more likely to have gum disease than people without diabetes. One reason is they are more susceptible to contracting infections. And, gum disease is exactly that, an infection. In fact, periodontal disease is often considered the sixth… Read more »
We have just completely redone our website and started this new blog. Please let us know what you think. We will be posting important information about your dental health as well as fun stuff to make you laugh. As always, we appreciate your feedback. Thanks for your patronage!