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.
Periodontal disease is an infection that affects your teeth’s supporting bone and tissues. Gum disease is another name for this condition. Your gum tissues are able to support each of your teeth when they are healthy. Your gums will pull away from your teeth if you have periodontal disease (gum disease), and they may become…Read More
On this week of Thanksgiving, we find ourselves counting our many blessings as we reflect on the people who have impacted our business and touched our hearts. Thanks for your business and trust. What an honor to be entrusted with the task of helping your teeth, gums and mouth stay healthy and strong! We are…Read More
Have you ever woken to the sound of mysterious grinding in the night and looked over to see your partner lying next to you with tension in his or her jaw? Do your children clench their teeth as they sleep? Do you? If so, your partner, your children and you could be suffering from a condition…Read More
Dentures are made in place of missing teeth to help with biting, chewing, and recreating one’s smile. Typically dentures are created due to gum disease, tooth decay, and accidents or injuries in which a person has lost their natural and permanent teeth. Dentures are made to increase one’s appearance and health by way of being…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