Root canal treatment—also referred to as “endodontic therapy”—is probably one of the less “popular” types of restorative dental services among patients. Fortunately, technology and treatment methods have come a long way over the last several years. Yet, there are several misconceptions about getting root canals.
Have you been dreading dental treatment for your child because they have a tendency towards dental anxiety? Is their smile paying the price? If so, our team at Crossroads Dental is here to help. Our skilled dentist, Dr. Christine Hervas, is happy to offer nitrous oxide for our patients in Luling, Texas, and the surrounding areas who struggle with anxiety during dental … Read More
As you may know, your child could suck their thumbs for a number of reasons. In fact, most children suck their thumbs to comfort themselves when they’re upset, or when they are trying to fall asleep. However, do you know what thumb sucking can do to your child’s oral health? You see, one major problem with thumb sucking is that … Read More
At Crossroads Dental located in Luling, Texas, Dr. Christine Hervas encourages our patient families to maintain regular dental checkups for their children. This is to ensure that your child is not currently experiencing an undiagnosed oral condition such as a painful tooth or other chronic dental problem. Children with chronic dental pain may not always tell their parents that something is amiss because they … Read More
Our dentist, Dr. Christine Hervas is an active member of the American Dental Association, which means she makes promises every day to make sure every patient has the best dental experience possible. These promises are: No. 1: Respect a patient’s wants and needs You have the right to be involved in every decision about your child’s treatment. This means she … Read More
To help you have the best tooth-brushing technique in Luling, Texas, our Crossroads Dental team has a few recommendations for you! Those recommendations are: -Brush your teeth twice a day. While you brush, use a soft-bristled toothbrush that fits perfectly in your mouth. We also recommend using a brush that has a non-slip grip. That way you won’t have any … Read More