If you have cans, you could see Kane! Country superstar Kane Brown plays live at the Houston Livestock and Rodeo on Saturday, March 9th! Lend a hand with our canned food drive and you could win four tickets plus a Fairgrounds parking pass for Kane’s show!
From January 22nd through February 5th, our patients are invited to bring in canned and non-perishable food items to either our Sugar Land or Rosenberg locations – you’ll receive one raffle ticket for each food item you donate. We’ll be drawing one name to win the concert tickets, so the more food you donate, the more tickets you earn, the greater your chance to win! This contest runs from Tuesday, January 22nd through Tuesday, February 5th. Visit our contest page for more info.
Thanks to all who are considering donating a canned food item for people in need in our area! Our patients impress us time and time again with their gracious generosity.
All of us here at Garrett and Boyd Orthodontics have heard the expression “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. Taking this to heart can make our teeth stronger and brighter if we eat the right foods to support that healthy smile.Read More
What better way to kick off the new year than spreading the good news that Garrett & Boyd Orthodontics was featured in a local publication! Dr. Fred Garrett and Dr. Richard Boyd were featured in the How to Choose an Orthodontist article of the January 2019 Fort Bend edition of Living Magazine.
Since 1978, Drs. Garrett and Boyd have consistently provided high-quality orthodontic treatment and care to children, teens, and adults in the Sugar Land and Rosenberg Texas areas. Their knowledge and experience has earned them both board certifications from the American Board of Orthodontics – making them two of the most trusted names in orthodontics in South Texas.
A direct quote from the doctors states: “Technology today is amazing from advances in diagnostic capabilities including digital impressions and imaging to the variety of treatment options available. Improvements in recent years maximize efficiency and can shorten treatment time while minimizing discomfort for the patient. When selecting an orthodontist, choose an experienced practice that offers state-of-the-art technology to achieve the best possible experience from start to finish.”
At the start of each new year, we often hear people say, “New year, new me.” But what exactly does that mean? At Garrett & Boyd Orthodontics, we say “New year, new smile, better hygiene.”
To help you start the new year with a great smile and better oral health, we’ve come up with a list of essentials you will need to achieve this new year’s resolution.
Simply brushing your teeth does not always get to the hard-to-reach areas. Flossing is one of the most effective ways to prevent cavities, fight bad breath, tartar buildup, gum disease and improve your appearance. Make sure floss is part of your at-home dental care routine in the new year to maintain your bright smile.
When it comes to smoking, we’ve all been reminded constantly of the effects it can have on our overall health. In most cases, lung cancer is often the disease of choice that is a result of smoking. However, the damaging effects of smoking don’t stop there. Do you know the negative effects smoking can have on your oral health as well? Stained teeth and bad breath are just the beginning. At Garrett and Boyd Orthodontics, we’ll help you understand the true cost of smoking as it relates to your teeth, gums and oral health.
It starts with inflammation of the gums. If left untreated, the inflammation can lead to serious damage of the gum tissue, tooth loss and even bone loss in the jaw. Serious infections can also happen if the bacteria from any of the above mentioned get into the bloodstream.
It is important to note that gum disease in those who smoke can be harder to treat. Smoking doubles the risk of developing gum disease due to the overwhelming number of toxins it introduces into the mouth. Read More
Have you ever had that awkward experience when you drink a cold beverage and immediately feel a sharp pain in your teeth? You’re not alone. In fact, one in eight people has this same problem with tooth sensitivity. So what’s the cause? Believe it or not, tooth sensitivity such as this doesn’t have anything to do with cavities or even braces, the most common cause is brushing with too much force.
The Effects of Brushing Too Hard
Before, during and after undergoing orthodontic treatment, the concept of brushing your teeth regularly was drilled into your brain as the best way to maintain good oral health and hygiene. While some take this advice and brush as recommended (every morning, every night and shortly after each meal), some people translate this to mean that they should be brushing more aggressively. This is NOT the case. Read More