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My interests in dentistry center around helping everyone have, as I like to say, “teeth that last longer than they do” whenever possible

(Dr Wyatt Flower posted this on Facebook and we wanted to share it here.  He was one of our first UjENA Dental supporters.)

I’m a Texan, Born & Bred. My father is a dentist, in fact he was the very first dentist in the Mid-Cities town of Hurst, Texas. He turns 91 this month and saw patients until the age of 86. He’s a REALLY hard act to follow. My parents were actually living in the back two rooms of their first dental office when I was born. Yeah, they got to the hospital in Dallas in time, but for the first 6 months of my life, we actually lived in the dental office. Guess you could say dentistry is in my blood.

I started working for my father at the tender age of 12, doing lab work all through junior high and high school, even a little bit in college. I went to high school in Grapevine, Texas, then college in Denton, graduating from the University of North Texas with a degree in Biology and a minor in Music. (Music is one of my main passions. Come into the office and you’ll be sure to notice.)

I went to dental school in San Antonio, graduating in 1980, starting my first practice in Hurst that same year. In 1995, I decided to move my practice to Flower Mound. I’ve been here, in the same location ever since.

My interests in dentistry center around helping everyone have, as I like to say, “teeth that last longer than they do” whenever possible. When that’s not possible, I love doing implants and implant- supported dentures. One thing that makes this especially gratifying to me is knowing I’m helping improve people’s lives everyday by giving them beautiful smiles and teeth that simply work.

My hobbies include: music, reading, (especially science and history), wood working, a little gardening, and to keep Father Time away as long as possible, power-lifting with a little cycling thrown in there for good measure. I get a kick out of knowing that I’m stronger now than I’ve ever been, and I’d like to keep it that way for as long as possible.

My practice philosophy is to know everyone who comes through the door and I will always keep my “operation” small enough to make that possible. Coming to my office, you’ll know you’re not in a “take a number and have a seat” kind of place.

Any questions, give Mary a call, 972-355-2222. I’d love to meet you.

Dr. Will Wyatt


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