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Our Dental Assistant- Alex B. RDA Mar 25th, 2021

Alex has been a Registered Dental Assistant since 2012. She is cross-trained in marketing, front office/insurance coordination, certified DMRT, and has experience assisting in numerous procedures ranging from simple to more complex procedures. She joined the Plano Dental Excellence team in 2016 and has been Dr. Ku's right- hand woman...

Our Dental Hygienist -Kortni RDH Mar 24th, 2021

  Kortni comes to our practice with over 15 years of dental experience. Prior to becoming one of the our Dental Hygienist, she was a Registered Dental Assistant, Dental Office Manager, Regional Director, and a Business Development representative for some of the most well respected dental companies in the area....

5 Ways To Protect Your Teeth From Cavities This Halloween Oct 27th, 2020

1. Be Selective About Your Sweets When you’re pawing through that glorious pile of candy your kids bring home (hey, safety first!) you can protect your teeth from tooth decay by being selective. A good rule is: the stickier the candy, the worse it is for your teeth. Sticky candy...

COVID and OUR Dental Office Oct 27th, 2020

Our office has followed guidelines and recommendations set by The American Dental Association, The Center For Disease Control, and The Texas Dental Board. Some of the many precautions our office is taking include: Laser Dentistry-Our dental laser provides our office with significant benefits for both hard and soft tissue procedures...

5 Things To Know About Invisalign Sep 30th, 2020

5 Things To Know About Invisalign     Straighter teeth improve oral health. Aligners must be worn 22 hours per day to be effective. Avoid using toothpaste on your aligners. Dr. Ku recommends brushing with water or considering a retainer/aligner cleaner to use at home. (These can be found on...

How often should I change my toothbrush? Sep 22nd, 2020

There are many factors that come in to play with the frequency of replacing your toothbrush or toothbrush head on your electronic toothbrush. The standard is that your toothbrush should be changed every 3-4 months to prevent bacteria from building up on the bristles of the brush. This recommendation comes...