The ADA Seal Of Acceptance
Flower Mound Dental & Dr. William Wyatt discuss ADA Seal of Acceptance. Learn why this important seal should be on all your dental products. Making dental product decisions is hard. How can you know which ones are the best for you? Check for the Official ADA Seal of Acceptance on the packaging.
What Does The ADA Seal Mean?
Flower Mound Dental wants you to know the ADA Seal of Acceptance confirms dental product safety and effectiveness. More than 300 oral hygiene products wear this seal. Dr. Wyatt offers several products with this seal. For example, toothpastes, toothbrushes, and mouth wash. For more information, check here: ADA Acceptance Seal Product List
Keep Up Those Oral Health Habits!
Dr. Wyatt wants the best for your dental care. For instance, having tools approved by the ADA is only the first step. After that, always remember good oral health habits. First, brush twice daily for two minutes, then flossing, and cut down on sugar. In conclusion, don’t forget to brush and floss your teeth!
New to Flower Mound? In search of a new dentist?
New to Flower Mound? Lived in Flower Mound for many years? Come see us at Flower Mound Dental. We are a top-notch dentist office and can provide all of your Flower Mound Dental needs.
About Flower Mound Dental
Flower Mound Dental is here to meet your dental needs. We provide truly gentle, exceptional dentistry. Dr. Wyatt offers a wide variety of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic dental services. Flower Mound Dental is located in the Flower Mound Kroger Shopping Center, near Lifetime Fitness. Above all, we want you to be comfortable here. For instance, bring us your dental concerns. In other words, we are committed to your oral health and wellness. Dr. Wyatt provides a calm, inviting atmosphere to make you feel at home.
About Dr. William E. Wyatt Jr.
When it comes to dental education, it’s hard to find anyone more knowledgeable than Dr. Wyatt. In other words, Dr. Wyatt is actively involved in many facets of continuing education. He participates in dental conferences, symposia, and fellowships. In 1986, he received his Fellowship from the Academy of General Dentistry. He completed 500 hours of additional continuing education and a rigorous written exam. Dr. Wyatt has studied with some of the most respected dentists in the world. The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners requires 12 hours of continuing education every year to maintain licensure. For example, Dr. Wyatt regularly averages 200 hours per year. That’s 1600% more than he’s legally required to do. As a result, this affords him access to the latest technological advances in dentistry.
Dr. Wyatt has held memberships in the following organizations:
- The American Dental Implant Association
- The Academy of General Dentistry
- The American Dental Institute
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Seattle Study Club Dental Business Academy
- The American Association of Cosmetic Dentistry
In addition, he is very active in his community. For example, Dr. Wyatt is a featured speaker in the chamber of commerce and other organizations. Above all, he is a published author on Dentaltown. In conclusion, be sure to follow Dr. Wyatt on Twitter @DrWilliamWyatt.