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January 13, 2014


“Whew!.. 2013 Recap” A personal highlight was taking my family to see the second Presidential Inauguration of our 47th president Barak H. Obama. Also, and even better, during 2013 I became a grandfather twice! My daughter, Lauren, gave birth to a baby girl and my eldest son Zeb IV now has a son. Blake has new […]

Seeing As It Is Springtime

April 10, 2013


Periodontal disease (i.e. disease) affects about 15% of women of childbearing age and up to 40% of pregnant women. The most common clinical periodontal condition in women during pregnancy is gingivitis (e.g. experiencing tender, inflamed and possibly even bleeding gums). Due to the accumulation of dental plaque, this occurs in 60-75% of women generally between […]

Martin Luther King Day

January 11, 2013


  On Jan.18th and 21st we will be closed for the celebration of Martin Luther King Day. We encourage you to make the time to reflect on his life and what he stood for. His mission goes beyond civil rights and equal treatment for all ethnicities. He challenged the citizens for the United States of […]

The “Bush Sr.” Bronchitis Bomb

December 4, 2012


  Past president George W. Bush Sr. has been hospitalized with Bronchitis since Thanksgiving.  He is presently being treated with steroids for his condition.  Why is this important to know you may ask?  I have had first hand experience with this condition because my wife Anna has contracted it.  This condition has been devastating.  She’s been plagued by a […]

Parntnering with Others: Dr. Anna M. Munné

September 1, 2011


  While we are a comprehensive practice, on occasion there are still cases that come in, that are beyond the scope of what we do. When difficult cases like these arise I have a safety net of quality providers that I can confidently refer a patient to. Today I had the pleasure of being visited […]

Making Medicaid Work for You

August 19, 2011


Hey! Did you know that children enrolled in the Texas Health Steps program or use Medicaid for medical and dental services can get free transportation to their appointments?  Eligibility: All children up to the age of 19 currently enrolled in Medicaid or the Texas Health Steps program [Parents can accompany minors under age 18] The appointment has to […]

Washington D.C.: Through a Child’s Eyes

August 3, 2011


Last week I attended the 98th annual National Association of Dentists convention in Baltimore and I also decided to use the opportunity to also enjoy a family vacation. In addition to a tour of the White House, we were granted the opportunity to sit in on a Congressional session. The following is a part of the […]