Partnership with Salvation Army and Flower Mound Dental. Just in time for #GivingTuesday. This year, Dr. William Wyatt, and staff at Flower Mound Dental, has partnered with the Salvation Army, Lewisville, to help provide to families in need, right here in our own backyard and community.
The Salvation Army feeds the homeless and those in need, distributes clothing and hygiene supplies in our area, provides developmental programs at their Lewisville Center, and responds to local and national disasters. The red kettle is the gateway to giving for people of all ages. When you put money in a Salvation Army red kettle, you help meet needs right in our community. Change goes in and change comes out. By donating, you help change a hungry stomach to a full one. You help change sleeping outside to sleeping with a roof over a person’s head. You help change the direction of a child’s life through good role models and structured activities. The Salvation Army has a buying power that can stretch our dollar more than we can alone.
To participate, stop by and see us at Flower Mound Dental, Dr. William E. Wyatt, Jr. DDS – 2717 Cross Timbers, #424, Flower Mound, Texas 75028.
When you see a red kettle between Thanksgiving and Christmas, please dig deep and know you are making a difference. If you are interested in helping Ring a Bell for the holiday season, sign up at: https://www.RegisterToRing.com.
Thank you for taking the time to join us in meeting our holiday goal to help local families in need. In the past we have taken food and toy collections. We will continue to take any and all food and toy donations you would like to deliver to us and make sure they are delivered to the Salvation Army, Lewisville, in time for the holiday. Thank you!
The Salvation Army Lewisville, is located south of Main Street and east of the Lewisville Medical Center, The Salvation Army’s Service Center provides social services to the community. Residents of Southern Denton County can find compassionate assistance to help meet some of their basic needs. Their Hours of Operation are Monday through Thursday 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm and Friday 9am-12pm. Free lunch is served to the community Monday-Friday from 12pm to 1pm. Their programs and services consist of, but are not limited to, food pantry, clothing assistance, hygiene bags, snack packs, court appointments community service hours, community kitchen, transportation services for medical appointments, job interviews, and shelter, employment assistance, shower facilities for the homeless, and other seasonal assistance as required. You can follow the DFW Salvation Army on Twitter: @SalArmyDFW.
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.
Flower Mound Dental: William E. Wyatt Jr. DSS, is here to meet all of your dental needs by providing truly gentle, exceptional dentistry, whether you need a filling, cleaning, whitening, root canal, or any other dental service. Located in Flower Mound, in the Kroger Shopping Center, near Lifetime Fitness, our professional and friendly team will provide you and your entire family with a comfortable and superior dental experience that you won’t find anywhere else. We want you to be comfortable and we want you to bring us your questions and concerns. Our commitment to oral hygiene and your overall wellness results in personalized and comprehensive visits with you to ensure we meet all of your health needs. Dr. Wyatt is a leading professional in his field and takes special care with each person in a calm and inviting atmosphere that will make you feel right at home.
For more information visit www.flowermounddental.com or follow us on Twitter @FloMoDental.
When it comes to dental education, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone more knowledgeable than Dr. Wyatt. Dr. Wyatt is actively involved in many facets of continuing education, participating in dental conferences, symposia, and fellowships. In 1986, he received his Fellowship from the Academy of General Dentistry, which requires at least 500 hours of additional continuing education and the passage of a rigorous written exam. He has studied with some of the most respected dentists in the nation and the world. The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners requires 12 hours of continuing education every year to maintain licensure. Dr. Wyatt regularly averages at least 200 hours per year; 1600% more than he’s legally required to do. This affords him access to the latest technological advances in cosmetic, laser, and restorative dentistry.
Dr. Wyatt has held membership in the following prestigious organizations:
He is very active in his local community as a featured speaker in the chamber of commerce and other organizations, plus Dr. Wyatt is also a published author on Dental town. Follow Dr. Wyatt on Twitter @DrWilliamWyatt.