General Dentistry in Carrollton

Dental Hygiene

General Dentistry in [GEOID] | Dental Exams, Gingivitis Treatment, Sedation Dentistry & More

What Is a Dental Hygiene Regimen?

Dental hygiene involves everyday practices, such as flossing and brushing, that are designed to prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Your dental hygiene regimen should also involve regular exams and cleanings by an experienced dentist.

Dental Services for Kids

Do Children Need Regular Dental Services?

Children should begin seeing a dentist as soon as they develop teeth. Our Carrollton dentists provide a range of pediatric dental services, including cleanings, X-rays, fillings, and gum disease treatment.

Dental Exams

What Is Included in a Routine Dental Exam?

During a dental exam at our clinic, the dentist will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums for any sign of disease or decay. The dentist will also inspect the inside of your mouth for any suspicious lesions, growths, or discolorations that may indicate oral cancer. Depending on your dental history and the overall condition of your teeth, the dentist may also order X-rays.

Where Can I Get an Affordable Dental Exam?

If you have a dental insurance plan, the majority of the cost of your exam and any necessary X-rays will likely be covered. We also offer several payment options to help you manage any out-of-pocket expenses.

Gingivitis/Gum Disease Treatment

How Serious Is Gum Disease?

If untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss and other complications. A deep cleaning to remove plaque and debris from the teeth and under the gums is the normal treatment for mild to moderate gingivitis. Oral surgery is sometimes required for advanced cases.

Are Your Prices for Gum Disease Treatment Affordable?

The cost of gum disease treatment varies from patient to patient based on the severity of the condition. Since the scaling and root planing involved in a deep cleaning are rather time-consuming, the process is more expensive than a traditional cleaning.

Mouth Guards - Sports

Should I Wear a Sports Mouth Guard?

If you participate in a sport where there is a high risk for a blow or another type of injury to the mouth, jaw, or teeth, a sports mouth guard is recommended and often required. The device is made from flexible plastic or laminate and is designed to absorb impact to the mouth that could damage the teeth or gums.

How Much Will I Pay for a Sports Mouth Guard?

The specifications for the mouth guard, as well as the type of materials used, will determine the final cost.

Night Guards

What Is a Night Guard?

If you grind your teeth while sleeping, a condition known as bruxism, a custom-fitted night guard can help protect your teeth from excessive wear and alleviate jaw pain.

Does a Night Guard Really Help With Bruxism?

Many of our patients find that the quality of their sleep improves dramatically once they receive their night guard.

How Much Do Bruxism Guards Cost?

In most cases, night guards for bruxism are considered a medical necessity and covered under insurance. The type of guard and the complexity of your issue can also affect the cost.

Nitrous Oxide

What Is Laughing Gas?

Laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide, is frequently used to help patients relax during dental procedures. The gas is odorless, colorless, and short-acting, so it is suitable for most patients.

How Much Do You Charge for Nitrous Oxide?

The price of nitrous oxide sedation is normally calculated on a per-hour or per-visit basis. We will provide you with an estimate once you and your dentist have decided on a treatment plan.

Oral Cancer Screening

What Is an Oral Cancer Screening?

An oral cancer screening is normally performed as part of a routine dental exam. The dentist examines the inside of the mouth for any discoloration, growths, or lesions. Additional tests may be ordered if the dentist identifies an area of concern. If it has been a while since your last dental exam, call today to schedule an appointment with one of our Carrollton dentists.

Is Oral Cancer Treatment Costly?

Oral cancer treatment is tailored to the patient and the specific type of cancer, so the cost can vary. Your insurance coverage will also play a role in your out-of-pocket costs.


What Is the Purpose of a Tooth Sealant?

Dental sealants are applied to teeth to help protect them from decay. Your dentist may recommend sealant treatment if you have recurrent cavities.

How Much Do You Charge for Dental Sealants?

The number of teeth being treated, the scope of your insurance benefits, and the overall condition of your teeth will determine your cost. We do offer flexible payment options to help patients manage their dental expenses.

Sedation Dentistry

How Do I Find a Local Dentist That Offers Sedation Dentistry?

Your comfort is our top priority, so our dentists are trained in various types of sedation dentistry. With sedation, you may still be awake; however, you will be extremely relaxed.

What Is the Fee for Sedation Dentistry?

Your fee for dental sedation will depend on the kind of sedation you select and the length of your procedure. Contact your insurance provider to see if any of the cost of care is covered for specific sedation treatments.

Is Oral Sedation an Option?

Oral sedation is tolerated by most patients; however, you should inform your dentist if you have sleep apnea, respiratory issues, or other chronic health conditions.

Dental X-rays

Do I Need X-rays with Every Dental Exam?

Your dentist will determine if you need X-rays based on the condition of your teeth and your dental health history. If your teeth are healthy, you may only need X-rays every two years.

How Much Do You Charge for Dental X-rays?

Most dental insurance plans cover X-rays as part of routine dental care; however, you should contact your insurance provider to verify your benefits.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®