Come celebrate our GRAND Opening!
Kilgore Dental Care would like YOU to be part of our Grand Opening! Bring your friends and family!
We will be having a taco truck and other snacks, DJ, a bouncy house for children, snow cone machine to stay cool, and lots of giveaways!read more
Your Local Kilgore Dentist is On Facebook!
We are happy to announce that we have finally opened our own Facebook page.
When you visit our Facebook page you will be able to stay in contact, view promotions, participate in giveaways and learn about oral health.read more
This is Just the Beginning!
We are excited to share with you our ongoing projects here at Kilgore Dental Care. Next time you come in for your appointment you will be seeing new colors in our office, new plants, new awnings, and a new operatory!
Stay tuned as we brand our office!read more
Kilgore Dental Care to the Rescue
I know many of you heard about the terrible tornado that hit Canton, TX. Kilgore Dental Care is very proud to donate special care packages that include a soft toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss for everyone who was affected.read more
Want a brighter smile? Try our ZOOM! Whitening Treatment!
We have In-Office treatment and Take Home kit options. Our In-Office treatment only takes 60 minutes and can provide up to eight shades brighter a smile. You can experience immediate results that last longer than most whitening products on the market.read more
Happy New Year from Kilgore Dental Care!
We love to see our patients smile when leaving our office. If you are unhappy with your smile either because you’re missing teeth, your teeth aren’t straight or if you just need to come in for a cleaning, x-rays, and an exam, please don’t hesitate to call our office. We will design a unique treatment plan just for you. We will answer all of your questions and even contact your insurance.read more
Why It's Important to Floss
How often do you floss? I’m sure you get asked that question every time you see your hygienist. Though most Americans believe that brushing twice a day is enough, flossing is just as important. Flossing should be done every day. While brushing cleans visible and superficial surfaces of your teeth, it doesn’t quite clean what we call the interproximal surfaces of your teeth or in between the teeth. This is why your dentist and hygienist stress the need to floss. Refusing to floss can cause many complications.read more