December: Write A List For Your Teeth

It’s nearly December! You know what that means. No more joking around about needing to buy and wrap gifts, plan, and get going. The time is now! To make sure your oral health isn’t left behind in the mix, we suggest you jot down a quick list to keep it a major priority!

List Item #1: Use Dental Benefits

Already heard this but haven’t made any movement yet? It’s okay! We know your life is very busy and getting busier. We’re simply here to offer you the reminder that if you don’t use up those dental benefits soon, they don’t do what they’re meant to do: Benefit your oral health, of course. Give us a call to get your visit set up immediately! 2017 will be gone in a flash.

List Item #2: Give Your Smile Gifts

In charge of stocking stuffers this year? Treat your oral health (and everyone else’s) to some presents for the coming holidays. Anything is fair game (and if you can find a fun flavor, color, or other feature, it makes it a bit more exciting). Reach for the items that are easy to stuff into stockings! They might include dental floss, toothbrushes (even electric ones if you’re getting fancy), toothpaste, and sugar-free gum!

List Item #3: Take Time For Your Teeth

Write down the things that you are doing for your smile. Now, in a separate column, write down the things that you should be doing for your oral health but are not. By adding such details in throughout December, you’ll already be on top of your dental health game come January 2018! It will be one less thing to resolve to do and you can focus on more important topics (like scheduling professional treatments with our team).

Get Your Smile Ready With Our Help

Whatever it is that your teeth need for health or improvement, we’re happy to contribute. Call us to let us know what you need, so we may schedule a visit. Schedule care with your Southlake, TX dentist today by calling Gregory Wright, DDS at (817) 481-7999. We gladly serve patients from Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and surrounding areas.