General Dentistry in Denton

Dental Hygiene

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

What Is Required to Maintain Great Oral Hygiene?

To maintain good oral health throughout your lifetime, it is important to establish a dental hygiene regimen that includes twice daily brushing, daily flossing, and regular dental exams. We recommend that adults visit the dentist every six months.

Dental Care for Children

Is Taking My Child to the Dentist Necessary?

It is also important to encourage children to develop good oral health habits by having them see a dentist as soon as they have teeth. Our Denton dentists offer a full range of preventive and routine dental services for adults and children.

Dental Exams

Is a Dental Exam Painful?

A dental exam is a painless process in which the dentist examines the teeth and gums for any signs of decay or disease. The dentist will recommend additional treatments as needed to address any dental issues.

How Much Do Dental Exams Cost in Denton?

If you have dental insurance, the majority of the cost of a routine exam should be covered. Of course, the cost can vary based on the condition of your teeth.

Gingivitis/Gum Disease Treatment

Do You Treat Gum Disease?

Our experienced dentists offer treatments to address mild to advanced periodontal disease. A professional cleaning, sometimes referred to as scaling and root planing, is a common technique used to remove plaque and debris from between the teeth and under the gumline. Advanced cases may require more extensive oral surgery.

How Much Does Gingivitis Treatment Cost in My Area?

We will provide you with an outline of your treatment cost once the dentist has assessed the severity of your condition. The type of cleaning required to treat gum disease is more extensive than a standard cleaning, so it is more expensive. If your insurance does not cover all of the cost of the treatment, we will assist you in finding payments options to make the expense more manageable.

Mouth Guards - Sports

How Do I Find a Dentist That Provides Custom-Fitted Sports Mouth Guards?

A properly fitted mouth guard is essential for anyone participating in contact sports. The device, which is made from plastic or laminate, absorbs some of the impact from a blow to the mouth and protects the teeth from damage. If you are active in hockey, boxing, football, or other high-impact sports, call today to arrange a consultation for a custom mouth guard.

How Much Do Mouth Guards Cost in My Area?

Your cost will depend on the type of materials used, the type of guard required for your specific activity, and your insurance plan.

Night Guards

Is There a Way to Treat Nocturnal Teeth Grinding?

Bruxism, a condition in which you grind your teeth during your sleep, can cause tooth damage and jaw pain. Our patients typically experience a dramatic decrease in their symptoms once they receive a custom-fitted night guard.

What Material Is Used to Make a Night Guard?

The device is made from flexible plastic and shields the teeth from excessive wear.

Is a Bruxism Guard Expensive?

Depending on your dental insurance, the majority of the cost of your night guard may be covered. The complexity of your dental issue and the materials used to make your guard also affect the final price.

Nitrous Oxide

Is Nitrous Oxide Effective?

Nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas, is highly effective at keeping patients calm and relaxed during dental procedures. The gas is odorless, colorless, and quickly reversible, so it is safe for most people.

What Is the Cost of Nitrous Oxide?

How much you pay for your nitrous oxide therapy will depend on your insurance coverage and the duration of your procedure.

Oral Cancer Screening

Are Oral Cancer Screenings Available in My Area?

Our Denton dentists perform oral cancer screenings as part of annual dental exams. The process is painless and involves a visual examination of the mouth for any discoloration, lesions, or growths. If an area of concern is noted, additional tests may be ordered.

How Much Will I Pay for Oral Cancer Screening and Treatment?

The cost of the initial screening is determined by your dental insurance plan. If you require further treatment, your dentist will go over your various treatment options and costs. Our staff can also help you find ways to make the expense more manageable.


Do You Offer Treatments to Prevent Cavities?

If you practice good oral hygiene but still have an excessive amount of cavities, dental sealants may be right for you. A dental sealant is a coating that is applied to the teeth to make them more resistant to decay.

How Much Do Dental Sealants Cost in My Area?

We will provide you with an estimate of your cost following your initial consultation. The type of insurance that you have, the number of teeth to be treated, and the general condition of your teeth will factor into your cost.

Sedation Dentistry

What Are the Benefits of Sedation Dentistry?

During sedation dentistry, the patient is given oral or IV sedation to put them into a state of deep relaxation as the dentist works. This can make dental procedures more tolerable for nervous patients and individuals who are undergoing complex procedures.

What Should I Expect to Pay for My Sedation Dentistry?

Your cost will be based on the length of the procedure, as with nitrous oxide or IV sedation, and the type of sedation you select.

Is Oral Sedation Safe?

Oral sedation is safe for most people; however, the dentist will go over your medical history to make sure that it is right for you. You should let the dentist know if you have sleep apnea, breathing difficulties, or other chronic health problems.

Dental X-rays

Are Dental X-rays Important?

We recommend that patients have dental X-rays at least every two years to identify any dental health issues that may not be visible to the naked eye.

What Is the Cost of a Dental X-ray?

Most dental plans cover X-rays as part of routine dental care.

Our Dental Services

  • General Dentistry

  • Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Dental Implants

  • Teeth Whitening

  • Dentures & Crowns

  • Oral Surgery

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Emergency Dentistry

  • Braces & Orthodontics

  • Invisalign®