Need a Straighter Smile? Hire a Professional

It is only natural to seek the most affordable option when spending thousands of dollars on things like orthodontic treatment. However, safety should also be a top priority when caring for the appearance and function of your smile. There is a developing trend of mail-order orthodontic care that exchanges homemade dental impressions with clear plastic… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 28 2015
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Restore Your Smile Before It is Too Late

Have you recently lost a tooth due to disease, trauma or tooth decay? Maybe a few weeks, months or years have passed since you lost a tooth? If you have a gap in your smile that has not yet been repaired, it is important to replace the tooth and fill this gap as soon as… Read More »

  • Posted on: Feb 15 2015
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Pediatric Dentistry Options

Wylie Dental Care is proud to offer complete dentistry services for patients of all ages. There is no reason that every member of your family should not be able to receive services from the same dentist, in the same office. By offering dentistry services for the entire family, including pediatric dentistry, Wylie Dental Care helps… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 30 2015
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Treatment for Gum Disease

Treatment for gum disease is also known as periodontics and is a unique and specific form of dentistry. Periodontics includes gum disease in its earliest stage – also known as gingivitis, all the way to full periodontal disease. All dentists receive training in periodontics, and the professionals at the Wylie Dental Group and prepared to… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 14 2015
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Tips for Choosing Your Next Toothbrush

A good, quality toothbrush is a small investment, but one of the greatest investments you can make in the health and beauty of your smile. Did you know that you should be replacing your toothbrush about 4 times a year? You should also replace your toothbrush any time you suffer an illness that may cause… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 30 2014
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Stop Your Bleeding Gums for Good

Do your gums feel swollen, red or even bleed on occasion? Does the bleeding occur most often after you brush or floss your teeth? Did you know that even a slight amount of bleeding during brushing or flossing could be a sign of early gum disease? In fact, many Americans suffer from gum disease and… Read More »

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2014
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Allergic to Latex? Let Us Know

As medical and dental care has become more advanced and more aware of the spread of contagious diseases, the use of latex gloves is also on the rise. Typically, this is appreciated by patients and serves as an important barrier to the spread of infectious disease. However, as patients have been exposed to more latex,… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 30 2014
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The Benefits of Minimal Sedation Dentistry

The dentists and professional staff at Wylie Dental Care understand that many patients become anxious when visiting the dentists’ office. For some patients they are simply adverse to having work performed inside their mouths, while others are adverse to the needles or dental drills that may be required as part of treatment for a dental… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2014
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How to Choose the Dental Floss that is Right for You

Have you ever heard of dental tape? Do you know what a water flosser is or how it works? There are countless at-home dental care products on the market today and dental floss is no exception. The professional dentists and dental hygienists at Wylie Dental Care are always happy to recommend products that may improve… Read More »

Mouth Guards to Protect Your Smile

Dental patients who are not athletic or that do not participate in high-impact work activities may not be familiar with mouth guards. These dental devices are often worn by athletes such as football players and boxers in order to help prevent damage to the teeth during contact sports. However, even those dental patient who are… Read More »

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