Dallas Dental Procedures

From regular dental examinations and treatment such as fillings, teeth whitening and dental hygiene services, to a complete re-design of your smile, we’ll give you the confidence boosting smile you are looking for. You want a smile to be proud of—and that’s what we aim to achieve.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers have been the answer for many individuals who’ve had chipped, uneven, or stained teeth. Often, an imperfect smile can make a person feel self-conscious and lead to low self-esteem.

Cosmetic Dentistry

What is cosmetic dentistry? In essence, cosmetic dentistry is a smile makeover. The dentist becomes the artist who takes an imperfect smile and turns it into a masterpiece.

Teeth Whitening

When you smile in the mirror, what do you see? Are you satisfied with your reflection, or do your teeth seem yellow and dingy, making you appear older than your years? White teeth look healthy and youthful.

Dental Exams and X-Rays

A comprehensive exam lays the foundation for the “routine (periodic) oral exam” and is much more than just a cleaning. By doing a comprehensive exam, we can together devise a strategy for long-term health and comfort.

Implant Dentistry

Dental implants are an alternative to fixed bridges and full or partial dentures for the replacement of one or more missing teeth. Dallas Dental implants can improve one’s smile and self-confidence.

Teeth Cleaning

Teeth cleaning for dental hygiene is the removal of dental plaque and tartar from teeth to prevent cavities, gingivitis, and gum disease. Severe gum disease causes at least one-third of adult tooth loss.


Braces may seem kind of cute on kids. On adults, however, they aren’t so attractive. Today, there is a new alternative to sporting a mouthful of metal for straightening teeth: ClearCorrect™.

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings are dental restoration materials that are made of synthetic resins. Composite fillings have become a popular choice among dentists and patients for restoring teeth or closing gaps between teeth.


Dentures and partial dentures are two types of dental prostheses used when a number of teeth are missing. Full dentures or partials restore one’s smile as well as one’s ability to chew and talk more efficiently.

Laser Dentistry

A laser is an instrument that produces a very narrow, intense beam of light energy. When laser light comes in contact with tissue, it causes a reaction. The light produced by the laser can remove or shape tissue.

Restoration Dentistry

Dental restorations are restorative products or materials that are used to repair and/or restore the function and integrity of missing tooth structure. These restorations may be used to repair dental caries or broken teeth.

Dental Crowns

A dental crown can be used for either cosmetic purposes or to restore or protect a tooth. Crowns should not be the first option chosen just to make your smile more appealing.

Periodontal Disease Diagnosis

During the physical examination of the oral cavity, the gums are closely inspected on the cheek and tongue side of every tooth. The color and shape of the gingival tissue are compared to the ideal qualities of healthy gingival tissue.

Fixed Bridges

One option that our dentist may suggest for replacement of one or more missing teeth is a fixed dental bridge. Once the fixed bridge is placed, it cannot be removed except by your dental professional.


If your teeth are crooked or crowded, if you have unwanted gaps between teeth, or if your bite is off, Invisalign™ can be the answer to your orthodontic woes. No one will label you with names such as “Metal Mouth.”

Periodontal Disease Maintenance

It only takes 24 hours for the plaque in your mouth to harden into tartar. Maintenance of periodontal disease after the initial treatment phase is very important to the health of the patient’s teeth and gums.

Root Canal Therapy

It used to be that people considered root canals to be one of the most dreaded and painful dental procedures to face. Most patients who have undergone a root canal say the procedure is not any worse than getting a cavity filled.

Periodontal Disease Treatment

Because periodontal disease can result in tooth loss, it’s very important to receive proper treatment to get the disease under control as soon as possible. The sooner treatment is administered, the better the prognosis will be.

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