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  • Hey, What About Doggie Dental Care? Dolly Mae Weighs In

Hey, What About Doggie Dental Care? Dolly Mae Weighs In

In case we haven’t met, let me introduce myself. I’m Dolly Mae, the official mascot and friendly office dog of Dental Care of Frisco. You might see me around the office from time to time, or on our office Facebook page. When you come in, just ask what I’m up to; I would love to play for a while, and I’ll even sit on your lap if you let me! I know that a lot of time and effort goes into caring for people teeth around here, so it only seems fair to take a minute to share some info Read more
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  • It's Never Too Early to Provide Dental Care to Baby Teeth

It’s Never Too Early to Provide Dental Care to Baby Teeth

Bringing a new baby into the family is an exciting time and one filled with great joy. There are also a lot of responsibilities that come with parenthood, and parents can easily feel overwhelmed. Caring for an infant’s baby teeth is an important part of maintaining good overall health. The following tips are offered by the team at Dental Care of Frisco to assist parents in providing the highest possible level of care to their newest family members and promoting a lifetime of good dental habits.  Read more
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  • Are Your Everyday Habits Ruining Your Smile?

Are Your Everyday Habits Ruining Your Smile?

Brushing, flossing and even seeing your family dentist on a regular basis isn’t enough to save your smile. There is more to proper dental care than the typical oral regiment. You also have to know what can cause damage to your teeth – and avoid it! The average cosmetic dentist sees patients every day that have caused their own dental problems due to bad habits they can’t break. Here are just a few that could send you straight to the dental chair. Read more
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  • A Healthy Heart Begins with a Winning Smile

A Healthy Heart Begins with a Winning Smile

A trip to the dentist could save you from more than a few cavities — it could save you from a deadly heart attack. Proper dental care is vital when it comes to staying healthy. Recent studies show that improper oral care can put you at a higher risk of developing clogged arteries, inflammation or even a dangerous infection in the heart muscle. Any of these could trigger a life-changing heart attack or even a stroke. Read more
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  • The History of the Toothbrush

The History of the Toothbrush

Humans have worked at keeping their teeth clean for thousands of years. These days it’s relatively easy – floss once a day, brush twice a day, see the family dentist regularly – and choices abound when it comes to toothbrushes, toothpaste and the various types of mouthwash. Dental care in “olden days” was a bit different. Here’s a quick look into the past, courtesy of family dentist Dr. Thomas Grant and the team at Dental Care of Frisco. Read more
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  • Resolve for Better Dental Health This New Year's

Resolve for Better Dental Health This New Year’s

If you and your family are working on a list of New Year’s resolutions for 2017, make dental health part of them. Making sure your teeth and gums stay healthy is an important part of caring for your health overall at any age. Add the following dental care habits to your resolutions for the upcoming year.  Read more