Minh Nguyen

Minh Nguyen

Dr. Nguyen has been practiced as a Laser, Cosmetic and Family Dentist in Houston since 1993. In 1998 he was named as one of the AMERICAN TOP DENTISTS. He is an active member of the DEAN COUNCIL at San Antonio Dental School, OKU Dental Honor Society, Texas A&M Dental and Medical Society, American Cosmetic Association, American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, Greater Houston Dental Society, Northwest Houston Chamber of Commerce's Chairman Circle, International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, American Orthodontic Association, Houston Asian Dental Society, and Advanced Dental Institute. He appeared many times in local and national televisions to discuss various current dental topics. His articles have been published monthly in the local newsletters.

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Common Traumatic Red Lesions in the Mouth (Part 2)

Mechanical trauma to the oral lining can produce a variety of clinical lesions. The purpuric macule is produced by a blunt traumatic insult to the skin.

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Common Traumatic Red Lesions in the Mouth (Part 1)

Mechanical trauma to your oral lining can produce a variety of clinical painful lesions such as the erythematous macules. Your dentist can help you to identify and remove the causative agent.

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Herbal Remedies: Friend or Foe?

Plants have been used for medicinal purposes since the Stone Age, so it is not surprising that a natural solution is appealing.

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Current Options for Denture Wearers

Tooth loss requires dentures, and today your dentist have several attractive options for you.

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No Pain, No Problem? No Excuse!

If you've been skipping regular dental checkups because you don't have any tooth pain, beware: you may have periodontal disease and not even feel it!

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The Pirate' s Gold Crown

Gold crowns have been available since at least the mid-1700s, a time that coincides with the "golden age" of piracy between the 1680s and 1730s. But you don't have to be a pirate to need one.

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Your Teeth, Inside Out

This external view of your teeth is important, but what's inside your teeth is even more important to your overall health and the attractiveness of your smile.

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Milk for Your Child’s Healthy Mouth

Calcium is important for children's growing bones and healthy mouth. Calcium helps keep the teeth, gums, and jawbones strong.

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What to Do after a Tooth Extraction?

After an extraction, it's important for a blood clot to form to stop the bleeding and begin the healing process. What should you do to obtain a speedy healing?

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What to Do after Root Canal Treatment?

It's normal to experience some discomfort for several days after a root canal appointment, especially when chewing. To control discomfort, take pain medication as recommended.

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Steps to Prevent Dry Socket after Dental Extraction

In dentistry, a dry socket's symptoms include extreme pain, a foul taste, bad breath, and swelling in the infected area. Its treatment is mainly preventative.

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Common Medications for Dental Pain (Part 2)

The pathophysiology of dental pain is a complex system. The use of combination analgesics that act at multiple pain sites can improve dental pain relief. (Part 2)

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Common Medications for Dental Pain (Part 1)

The pathophysiology of dental pain is a complex system. The use of combination analgesics that act at multiple pain sites can improve dental pain relief.

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Coping with Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) in Teenagers

Signs and symptoms of TMD clearly make an early appearance in children between the ages 12 and 18. The key words to keep in mind about TMD treatment for children are "conservative" and "reversible."

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How Do I Get Your Teeth Pearly White?

Often the distinction between a good smile and a great smile is the whiteness of the teeth. The best way to whiten your teeth without hurting them is to see your dentist.

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