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Invest in Your Teeth

Caring for your teeth is an investment. Like with all investments, the more you put in, the more you get out. The good news is that you don’t need to break the bank to maintain good oral health at home; all it takes is a few items to keep your teeth beautiful and healthy. Pick the Right Toothbrush Having a healthy mouth all starts with having the right toothbrush. Believe it or not, there are plenty of different brands and styles of toothbrushes ... Read more

What Are Fangs?

What comes to your mind when you think of a vampire? You may think of a dark cape, a widow’s peak, and an aversion to garlic and crosses. As your Little Elm and Frisco area dentist, the first thing we think about when it comes to vampires should be no surprise: fangs! These characteristic canines are one of the defining features of Dracula, Vlad the Impaler, Count Orlok, and other famous vampires in history. In honor of Halloween, we’re dedicating this ... Read more

How Oral Health Can Affect Your General Wellbeing

While your oral health is important in and of itself, it’s also vital to your overall wellbeing. A healthy mouth is key to a healthy body! How does your oral health affect your overall health? You’ve probably heard that your mouth is filled with bacteria. It’s one of the many reasons daily brushing and flossing are so important. Without proper oral care, the bacteria in your mouth is left unchecked and can lead to oral infections like gum disease and tooth decay. While ... Read more

Traditional vs. Ultrasonic Cleanings

At Woodlake Family Dentistry, we dedicate ourselves to serving the Little Elm area’s dental needs. To provide our patients with leading-edge, high-quality care, Dr. Shin and the rest of our qualified team are constantly researching the newest advances in dentistry. We are proud to offer a variety of state-of-the-art services that can give you the smile you’ve always dreamed about. One of the best ways to care for your oral health is to have a professional teeth cleaning every six months. ... Read more

Root Canal Therapy Aftercare

So you've just wrapped up getting root canal therapy and you're wondering what happens next. First off, we're proud of you for not giving in to the popular misconception that root canals are something to fear. You've taken an important step for your dental health, and we bet you are feeling relief from any pain you had been experiencing beforehand already. After a dental procedure like this, it's important to follow the guidelines given to you by your dentist to make sure ... Read more
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