Month: November 2016

Protect Yourself From A Winter Cold

Not too thrilled about the upcoming chilly weather because it usually ends with you sitting in your pajamas next to a box of tissues, making your way through the common cold? While you might be fully educated regarding the ins and outs of covering your mouth and nose when you sneeze, using hand sanitizer, and… Read more »

Got The Winter Blues? Try These Smile Tips.

As the colder months approach, are you already starting to experience the winter blues as they apply to your pucker? If so, you don’t have a thing to worry about. When you have an arsenal ready for protecting your smile against dipping temps and biting winds, you can kick the blues and expect to smile… Read more »

How Dental Problems Age You

Did you know that when you don’t care for your smile or when little issues become big problems, your smile ends up looking older? As a result, you end up looking older, too? For those interested in maintaining a youthful appearance and avoiding an unnecessarily aged appearance, we have some helpful suggestions for you! Remember… Read more »

Recycle Fallen Leaves in Southlake

You’ve heard this before: What goes up must come down, and that includes fall leaves. With the onset of cool weather, it won’t be long before leaves start to cover the yard. Raking can be healthy fun, but after you (or your children, or your grandchildren) have had fun jumping in the leaves, you may… Read more »

Mystery Minute: What Causes Bad Breath?

Do you like a good mystery?  Are you the one who guesses the bad guy in the first few minutes of a movie or TV show? Solving imaginary mysteries can be a great diversion, but confronting the real life mystery of bad breath is serious business. There are many causes for bad breath, and all of… Read more »

3 Holiday Smile Reminders (And What To Do)

As the holidays approach, one can practically smell the turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie, and every other last delicacy that approaches! As your mouth starts to water, we suggest taking this moment to consider some helpful holiday reminders to ensure you’re making the most of your dental care, so you’re getting the most out of exciting… Read more »

Q&A: Can I Keep My Wisdom Teeth?

When you think about wisdom teeth removal, you probably think of your friends who have gone through the process, your parents, your relatives, and more, and wonder to yourself when it will be time for you to experience this apparent rite of passage. Surprisingly enough, not everyone needs these teeth removed! If you’re a bit… Read more »

Christmas Is For Children Food And Toy Drive

Do you do your best every year to keep an eye and ear out for ways to help those in need over the holidays? If so, consider the Canned Food Drive & Toy Drive going on into December that is accepting donations, so every child in our community has a bright holiday season. About the… Read more »

Dental Floss Quiz: Good Choice Or Bad Choice?

So, you know how to floss your teeth correctly to ensure your dental hygiene is stellar! Right? Did you know there are some other issues beyond technique that can crop up and that can negatively affect how well you’re flossing? The bad news is that even with good intentions, you might not be doing your… Read more »

Your Child’s Smile Timeline: Teeth

How familiar have you become with your child’s oral health and development timeline? Do you already have a chart that you’re referencing regarding when to expect a first tooth and when the tooth fairy may be making her very last visit for a lost baby tooth? It’s important to remember that the details are not set… Read more »