{ Our Services } 

"We are a full service

dental office providing 

Family, Restorative, and Cosmetic Dentistry."

{ Dental Exam & Cleaning }

Teeth are Free but Tooth Decay and Infection are Expensive! 

Avoid all this by committing to regular dental exams and cleanings. This way we can focus on prevention and spot any dental issues early on before they become a major problem and expense.

{ Dental Emergencies }

When a dental emergency arises, we will make time for you so you be can seen in our office as soon as possible.  Once you are here, we will then focus on getting you the treatment you need so you can feel better in no time!

{ Children's Dentistry}

Children should not be afraid of the dentist!  We aim to make visits fun and comfortable because we know a child's first dental visit can determine how they view dentistry for years to come!

According tot he American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should visit the dentist by their first birthday.  We provide many preventative and restorative services to kids of all ages including exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments, nutrition recommendations, and cavity risk assessments. 

Our goal is to establish a foundation of healthy oral habits so your child can have good oral health for a lifetime!

{ Teeth Whitening }

Your lifestyle can eventually start appearing on your teeth.  Drinking coffee, tea, red wine, soda, as well as smoking can cause teeth to darken over time.  After examination and cleaning, we will determine the right non-invasive course of treatment for you.  Let us brighten your smile once again!

{ Tooth Colored Fillings }

We are proud to be a mercury-free practice!

We use the highest quality esthetic composites with many shades and hues to choose from. This allows us to better match your fillings to your natural teeth colors.

{ Crowns }

Advances in strength and appearance of porcelain and zirconia crowns have made them the leading choice in protecting and restoring damaged teeth.  

If a tooth has been damaged by large decay, grinding, or fracture, it can become brittle and break from the stress of daily chewing.  A crown provides 360 degrees of protection and coverage for your existing tooth to help you preserve it for the long-term.

{ Implants }

If you've lost a tooth, or perhaps it was just never there, an implant is a great solution to replace a missing tooth!

What are Dental Implants? Think of dental implants as a replacement for the roots of your tooth.  They consist of metal posts that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums to provide stable support for artificial teeth. 

Once an implant is in placed and has integrated with your bone, an implant crown can be placed to allow you to regain function.  There are two types of implant crowns: screw retained or cement retained.  We will choose the best solution for you.

{ Cosmetic Bonding }

If you are self-conscious about a chip on a front tooth and would like to enhance your smile without veneers; you may be a candidate for cosmetic bonding. The technology of tooth colored fillings has come a long way, and now can be used to help restore front teeth more conservatively!

{ Veneers }

Porcelain veneers can be used to enhance the color, shape, and length of your teeth.  If you have teeth that appear too small, chipped, uneven, or have dark stains that don't go away even after tooth whitening treatment; porcelain veneers can transform your smile!  We have a great partnership with the top local ceramists to help create the best custom-made solution for you.

{ Root Canals }

Did you know that Root Canal Therapy can help save a tooth that has become severely infected or decayed?  Signs you may need a root canal include Extreme sensitivity to hot or cold, Spontaneous pain, Toothache that worsens when eating or pressure is applied, tooth darkening, an abcess that develops.

When diagnosis indicates a root canal treatment, we will go over your options and answer all your questions. We want you to make the best informed decision about your health and want you to feel at ease about the procedure.

{ Dental Extractions }

In some cases, you may need to get a tooth removed due to various issues. Some teeth are extracted because they are severely decayed; others may have advanced periodontal disease or are severely broken.  Sometimes teeth are removed in preparation for orthodontic treatment.

We will do everything we can to make this treatment as painless and forgettable as possible.  We will also discuss replacement options of the extracted tooth so we can avoid any long term complications that may arise due to the removal of the tooth.

{ Bridges }

A Bridge is another way to replace lost teeth.  It consists of one or multiple crowns spanning the gap between remaining teeth.  You may be a candidate for a bridge if you have a complicated and have trouble healing or if you have a bony defect that cannot be corrected.

{ Invisalign } 
{Clear Correct }

Invisalign or Clear orthodontic therapy are proven ways to achieve healthy teeth movement without the unsightly appearance of metal brackets!

You may be candidate for this treatment if you wish to close gaps between teeth, move teeth to create a more harmonious smile, or if if you had orthodontic treatment in the past and did not continue wearing your retainer.

{ White spot removal }

Do you have white spots on your front teeth?  Maybe they've been there all your life or you started noticing them after ortho treatment.  Icon is a revolutionary and painless treatment that helps remove white spots without any drilling!  

{ Overdentures }

This is an implant retained, gum supported prosthesis that replaces teeth that have become lost.  Overdentures won't slip or shift in your mouth and allow you to feel comfortable and confident when eating and speaking.  They are currently recognized as the minimum standard of care for fully edentulous patients. 

{ Scaling & Root Planing }
{ aka Deep cleaning }

Some patients require more than just a routine preventative tooth and gum cleaning.  When diagnosed with periodontal disease, a deep cleaning which we call scaling and root planing, can help prevent the spread of gum disease.  During a deep cleaning, we remove the hardened plaque (calculus) from under the gum line.  This facilitates the healing of gums and prevents further bone and tooth loss.

Signs of periodontal disease include continuous bleeding when brushing and flossing, foul odor to your breath, red puffy inflamed gums, large black empty triangles between teeth which represent bone loss, deep pockets where food or bacteria get caught beneath your gums.

{ Night Guards }
{ Mouth Guards }

If you grind or clench your teeth  when you sleep, you can cause pain as well as long term damage to your teeth.  Night guards are often worn at night to prevent damage to the teeth and oftentimes can help you get a better night's sleep. 

 

If you are involved in high impact sports that could result in a chipped or lost tooth, wearing a mouthguard can help protect your  teeth!

 

Our nightguards and mouthguards are individually designed and customized to fit your mouth perfectly.

{ Halitosis aka Bad Breath }

Bad breath can be very unpleasant and make you feel self-conscious and embarrassed! We offer preventative measures and treatment for halitosis.

 

We will conduct a thorough oral exam to determine the cause of your bad breath. In most cases, it can be caused by poor oral hygiene by lingering food particles, gum disease or other medical conditions.

For most people, bad breath can be treated or prevented by brushing their teeth with a fluoride toothpaste and flossing to remove plaque and food debris on teeth twice a day. Scraping or brushing of the tongue to remove odor causing bacteria can also be very helpful.

{ Oral Cancer Screening }

Oral cancer is the sixth most common cancer and also has a high mortality rate.  We don’t say this to scare you, but to ensure you understand the importance of oral cancer screenings.

 

Early detection will greatly improve the outcome and this is why every patient that comes in for an exam in our office, will receive an oral cancer screening.

Contact Us

Email: contact@ArborHillsDentistry.com
Phone: 

       469-333-2633

Location

Address:

2425 West Parker Road; Suite 9

Carrollton, TX 75010

Office Hours

Tues : 8:30am - 5:00pm

Wed : 8:30am - 5:00pm

Thurs: : 8:30am - 5:00pm

Fri : 8:30am - 5:00pm
Sat :  8:00am - 5:00pm

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