At Lake Cities Dental, we take pride in offering top-notch dental care to our community in Colleyville, Texas. Whether you're in need of preventive cleaning, periodontal maintenance, or any other dental service, we're here to serve you. Your oral health is our priority, and we're dedicated to providing the care and support you need.
If you have questions about your dental health, periodontal maintenance, or any other dental concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out. Contact us today at (817) 410-7373 or schedule an appointment through our website. Let's work together to keep your smile healthy and beautiful.
A bright, healthy smile is a reflection of overall well-being. At Lake Cities Dental, we understand the importance of maintaining excellent oral health to enhance not only your appearance but also your confidence. Our commitment to your dental well-being extends beyond the dental chair. We’ve curated a collection of dental care tips and insights to…Read More
A teen’s life is always changing which is why parents should also be just as involved in their teen’s oral care just as they were through their early childhood. While we want to maintain good oral hygiene practices, sometimes eating right and maintaining brushing and flossing habits, are not on a teen’s list of priorities.Read More
Dental sealants are the most under-utilized, cost-effective means of preventing tooth decay. Sealants are the invisible protector of teeth most at risk of tooth decay. Although sealants protect the teeth hit by four out of every five cavities in our children, why do few children get them?Read More
Sometimes a white or gray patch can develop on the tongue, the floor of a mouth, or on the inside of a cheek. This is called Leukoplakia and is typically the mouth’s reaction to irritation of mucous membranes. Leukoplakia can surface at any time; however, it is more common in senior citizens.Read More
Odontophobia or dentophobia is one having a fear of dentistry or the care provided by a dental office. It is estimated that 75% of all adults experience some degree of fear and anxiety in relation to dental practice. Only 10% of individuals are truly diagnosed as having odontophobia.Read More
Part of great oral hygiene is teeth cleaning. While brushing, flossing, and rinsing properly are essential for everyday oral hygiene, a deeper and thorough cleaning from your dental hygienist is necessary as well. When teeth cleaning or prophylaxis is administered, the procedure is given to remove tartar that may have developed in difficult to reach…Read More
Roughly 42,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer in a given year and 8,000 will die from the disease. While most do not necessarily think about it, it is a preventable disease that mainly affects tobacco and alcohol users. It can also affect those that have ever been exposed to the human papilloma virus…Read More
During the development years, your childhood is a very important stage in regards to oral hygiene. As parents, so much devotion is given to offset the habits that children place into their mouths. From dirty fingers to exceedingly sugary foods, it seems as if staying a step ahead appears to be a losing battle. What…Read More
A healthy mouth is just as important as eating right and exercise. Knowing what to eat and how to exercise is something that is taught or learned by perhaps a teacher, family member, friend, and the internet and so on. Learning about good oral hygiene is no different and should be explored and understood just…Read More