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Southlake Youth Action Commission Encourages Teen Involvement

Is your teen looking for a way to get involved in the community in the coming year? Why not suggest the Southlake Youth Action Commission? The group is open to all students in grades 7 to 12 who live in Southlake or who attend schools in the Carroll ISD. Additionally, to qualify for SYAC, students… Read more »

Kids’ Resolutions for Healthy Teeth

Hey kids! This New Year’s you might be setting some goals for 2015. Maybe you want to do better in math class. Maybe you want to score a home run in softball. Maybe you just want to go out and make some new friends. While those are all great New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget to… Read more »

Holiday Break Camp Mania in Southlake

You love your kids, but this time of year, the words of the Christmas carol really ring true. “Mom and Dad can hardly wait for school to start again.” You said it! Once the excitement of Christmas is over, the kids start to get restless, and you’re at your wit’s end wondering how in the… Read more »

Are You Dreaming of a White Teeth Christmas?

Are you dreaming of a whiter smile – just like the one you used to have? Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can reduce dental stains and bring back your glistening grin. At our Southlake practice, we offer both at-home and in-office teeth whitening treatment. Both are safe and effective, and they can… Read more »

4 Tips to Prevent Toothaches

If one or more of your teeth have ever hurt, you might have wished that there was something you could do to prevent toothaches. The truth is, you usually can. Most cases of tooth sensitivity are due to conditions that result from inadequate dental hygiene, like weak tooth enamel (the protective outer layer of your… Read more »

Why Snoring and Sleep Apnea Are Worrisome

Some people believe that snoring is just a natural part of the sleeping process, although for their sleeping partners, the habit may not seem so ordinary. The truth is that snoring can affect your health and quality of life by inhibiting the amount oxygen to your brain. In severe cases, snoring can indicate a disorder… Read more »

From Mouth to Body: Discussing Oral-Systemic Health

While an aching and/or damaged tooth can significantly affect your quality of life, the connection between your dental health and your physical wellbeing (or oral-systemic health) go far beyond discomfort. When most dental issues arise, like tooth decay and gum disease, it’s due to an excessive amount of bacteria overwhelming your teeth and gums (in… Read more »

Celebrate 4th of July Without Worrying About Your Teeth

In a couple of days, we’ll once again celebrate the birth of our great nation with a myriad of Independence Day festivities. Most will include a fireworks show to close the night with a bang, but before the sun sets, many people will also celebrate the holiday with lots of food and lots of fun…. Read more »

How Well Do You Care for Your Toothbrush?

Did you know that, even if you brush your teeth twice a more a day, inadequate care and storage can render your toothbrush ineffective, and perhaps even a liability? As it sits on your sink, in a cup or tucked into a toothbrush holder, your toothbrush can collect a large number of microscopic organisms. Besides… Read more »

The TMJ Quiz

Your dental health is influenced on many levels. The most widely understood levels involve infections (like tooth decay and gum disease) that stem from poor hygiene and dental plaque, which contains hundreds of kinds of infectious bacteria. On a more complex level, your dental health also depends on foundational issues, such as how your teeth… Read more »