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Free Whitening for October Brides

October Bridal Event – Free Whitening for Brides

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by Kimberly Chessser
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The only thing more beautiful than her dress? Her smile. Last October, we wanted to do something extra special for the fall-winter bridal season. Our idea was so popular that we decided to make it an annual event! For the second year, we are gifting all October brides with a beautiful white smile!  And, just like last year, the groom, parents and all attendants can receive the same whitening treatment for only $99. Let us add the perfect finishing touch to your wedding. Call today to schedule your FREE whitening appointment during the month of October at 281-681-9600.

Guatemala Mission Trip 2017!

*Dr. Brett Murphey, Ellie Murphey and Kathy Fischnar on the way to the airport. The van is full with dental supplies and equipment for the dental mission trip to Guatemala.    On Friday, March 17, Dr. Brett Murphey, founder of Woodlands Family Dental and West U Family Dental, once again traveled to Guatemala on a dental health mission trip. This mission trip is an amazing opportunity for members in the dental profession to provide much needed oral health care in underprivileged areas. It is not just about dental care, though. It’s an opportunity to be the hands and feet of Christ. To fulfill a greater purpose. To serve and to give back. Eighty participants, including twelve dentist and forty dental students will be making the trip together. Dr. Brett...

H Texas’ Top Dentist – Brett Murphey, D.D.S.

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H Texas' Top Dentist Dr. Brett Murphey, Houston’s premier cosmetic dentist, is on a mission to provide the most exceptional dental experience possible. His quest began when he was invited to participate on a dental mission trip to Mexico as a college student. “I realized that I had to be a dentist on the trip. Making people feel comfortable and cared for has always been very important to me,” he says. The stage was set for what has become a lifetime of service in our community and abroad. Click here to read more: 

Woodlands Family Dental Helps Oil & Gas Layoffs

Woodlands Family Dental is offering free emergency dental care to those affected by the recent layoffs in the greater Houston area, at both of their locations. Woodlands Family Dental 1400 Research Forest Dr. Ste. 120 281-681-9600 Woodlands Family Dental - Creekside 26400 Kuykendahl Rd. Ste. A240 832-761-9000 Dr. Brett Murphey, founder of Woodlands Family Dental, stated, “Stress is a common initiator of toothaches. Nothing hurts worse than losing your job and then getting a toothache. We want to offer our support by providing emergency dental care to those affected. If you’ve been laid off and have a toothache, we’ll get you out of pain!" Check out the full story here on WoodlandsOnline! Contact us today for your FREE emergency dental exam!
IV Sedation

IV Sedation for a Stress-free Dental Experience

Many people refuse to see the dentist for regular or even random check ups. That simple, semi-annual visit can help you avoid many painful and expensive treatments later on in life. After the misconception that dental care is too expensive, the next reason you don't visit the dentist is anxiety about being at the dentist. Anxiety from bad experiences in the past We recognize that many patients have had bad dental experiences in their past, either as children or adults. Those experiences can dramatically affect their comfort level and desire to see a dentist on a regular basis. We understand and try to make your experience as stress-free and comfortable as possible. One of the services Woodlands Family Dental offers to help with reducing anxiety is IV Sedation....
New Year

New Year Goals, Not Resolutions

Just like many others this month, you are making your New Year resolutions. And, just like many others, some of your resolutions are bound to come and go. Usually, resolutions are not kept because they are talked about and wished for, but when it comes to actually doing them, there are no plans. No structure. No goals. We'd believe that being successful in these life-changing statements are not really about claiming resolutions as much as they are about setting goals. After all, you can't hit a target that's not there. Think about your resolutions and be sure to not only state your desired results, but also break it down into how you will accomplish them. This simple step will help you achieve many more of your goals than just hoping for an outcome. At Woodlands...

How to Get Brighter, Whiter Teeth

In the never-ending chase for brighter and whiter teeth, we can all become confused by the many pastes and trays and gums and other tips and tricks out there. Below, we try to cut through some of that confusion by clearing up what works best and what you can do to help get the smile you’ve always wanted. At-home whitening products. White strips, over-the-counter bleach trays, and whitening pens all work to one degree or another. However, even if you follow the instructions on the manufacturer’s packaging the results can be less than desirable compared to treatments at Woodlands Family Dental. Some believe that leaving products on longer or using them more often can produce better results. The reality is that it does not provide any additional whitening and...
Tobacco and oral health

Tobacco and Oral Health

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By now, we all know that smoking and tobacco use are bad for your overall health. It can cause just as much trouble for your mouth, gums and teeth as it does your other parts of your body. Short Term Effects Stained Teeth - Tobacco juices seep into the porous outer enamel of your teeth creating stains that are difficult to remove without extensive treatments Inflamed and bleeding gums - Tobacco use reduces blood flow to the gums which can cause the tissue to become distressed and more susceptible to the plaque forming bacterias in the mouth. Compromised gums are more likely to become inflamed and bleed especially when brushing and flossing. Gum disease - Unless measures are taken to counter inflamed and bleeding gums, conditions can worsen to the point of having...
Periodontal Surgery

Periodontal Plastic Surgery

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Periodontal plastic surgery is designed to restore form and function to the gum tissue, periodontal ligament, and the bone that supports your teeth or an individual tooth. The real long-term goal of any periodontal surgery is to increase the life expectancy of the teeth and their usefulness; it is not a cure for periodontal disease. Basically, periodontal surgery removes tissue that has been transformed by the disease and then reconstructs the gums and surrounding tissues to better support the teeth and to recreate a normal appearance. Periodontal Disease Periodontal disease is diagnosed when gingival or gum tissue attachment to the teeth is abnormal and bone changes may be evident through x-rays. A dentist will determine the degree of periodontal disease by...
Smile Makeover

The Impact of a Smile Makeover

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The subconscious yet contagious impact of a beautiful smile is radiant health, happiness, warmth and invitation. A “Smile Makeover,” a common household term for many Americans today, is designed to enhance the esthetic and functional aspects of teeth through cosmetic and restorative dental procedures leaving one with a brighter, whiter, more youthful smile. In the overall context of the face, it's the eyes and smile that speak to us. When you smile they both light up. Americans are catching on to the emotional and social importance of a healthy, beautiful smile, and they're seeking out ways to improve their smiles. It's not only the rich and famous looking for a smile makeover. According to the largest organization devoted to smile enhancement dentistry,...