COVID-19 Temporary Closure


Practice Announcement

Dear patients and friends, 

The health and safety of our patients and staff is of the utmost importance.  Therefore, in light of the latest CDC recommendations, we have decided to postpone all routine and elective dental treatment until March 30th.  This will include all cleanings, exams and restorative dentistry.  Please be assured that we will be available to address all dental emergencies, including pain, swelling, broken teeth, and any other immediate need that may arise.  If you are unsure if your situation constitutes an emergency please contact us to help make that determination.  In addition to seeing all emergency patients, we will be scheduling all crown deliveries for those of you in the middle of treatment.  We will have staff in the office during normal office hours, please call us if you have any questions. 

We appreciate your understanding as we attempt to follow and respect emergency declarations in Dallas and CDC guidelines; our decision is to benefit our patients and families.  Please watch our emails for further updates. 


Please feel free to contact Dr. Volluz directly with any questions or concerns. 

Dr.  214-770-5338 

Thank you,

Dr. Volluz

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Cleaning Tips
Here are some tips and strategies for maintaining a healthy smile:

1. Brush at least twice a day and be thorough when you brush. Take care to clean your back teeth and the tops of your teeth. It’s also a good idea to brush the point where your gum meets your teeth.

2. Use a good toothbrush, ideally an electric one, and replace it when necessary. Pick out a brush with soft bristles and use it with fluoride toothpaste. Replace it when the bristles begin to get bent and worn.

3. Floss every tooth everyday. Use at least 18” of floss and take care to clean thoroughly between each tooth. If you’re having trouble flossing, try a waxed variety of dental floss.
4. Use an antiseptic mouthwash at least once a day. This can potentially reduce the amount of plaque build-up on your teeth.
5. Report any problems to your dentist. Know your teeth and gums and tell your dentist about any swollen or red areas and any discomfort. Also watch for gums pulling away from teeth and changes in the way teeth are aligned.
6. Practice good eating habits. Your diet can directly affect the health of your teeth. It’s important to maintain calcium in your diet and eat foods that help in the digestion of calcium such as cottage cheese and nuts.
7. Visit your dentist at least twice a year. Regular checkups allow your dentist to thoroughly clean and check your teeth. This can prevent problems from growing larger.

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