We are proud to provide a state-of-the-art facility for the highest quality dental care available. It is one of our top priorities to protect the well-being of our valued patients. We are confident that you will feel right at home in our dental office as we welcome all patients as if they were family. Keeping abreast with technology is one of Dr. Gundarpi's passions. We offer digital x-rays that significantly reduce radiation exposure. We use Digital photography to give you a tour of your mouth and Computer Imaging allows you to see the possible outcome before committing to care
Nearly half of all adults in the United States over the age of 30 have some form of gum disease. When gum disease is left untreated the end result can be chronic infections that may result in other additional health problems. Eventually teeth can be lost and even the jawbone may suffer as a result of periodontal gum disease that goes untreated. Now that we understand the seriousness of periodontal gum disease it is worth discussing the differences between a regular cleaning or regular dental hygiene and deep cleaning. A regular cleaning typically focuses only on the visible sections of the tooth located above the gum line. During a regular cleaning, the teeth are polished while with a deep cleaning large colonies of bacteria are effectively removed from beneath the gum line.
Who doesn’t want a brighter, healthier-looking smile? Zoom Whitening is an in-office teeth whitening procedure that can brighten stained or discolored teeth in 30 min to an hour. Using ultraviolet light to supercharge the whitening gel, Zoom Whitening can whiten teeth up to eight shades in one procedure.
If you started receiving dental work prior to the 1990s, you almost certainly have a few silver amalgam fillings. These metallic fillings have historically been the standard treatment for tooth decay throughout most of modern history, but over the last 25 years, dental treatment science has rendered them obsolete. Now, composite resin fillings are the industry’s go-to option for treating cavities – and for good reason. If you still have your old silver fillings, you’ll probably want to talk to your dentist about having them replaced with the more modern composite resin fillings.
If you have concerns about gaps, or just not overall happy with your smile, ask Drs. Gundarpi & Ummareddy if you are a candidate for veneers or crowns.
Missing teeth can be embarrassing, causing people to hide their smiles and lose their self-esteem. The space created by missing teeth causes other teeth to shift out of place. The Arlington Dental Clinic offers Dental Implants in Arlington, TX! We work with in-house implant specialists and provide dental implants so that our patients can regain their self-confidence, improve their health, and approach life boldly. Learn more about dental implants here.
Impacted wisdom teeth are very common. It is important to treat them before they cause complications such as pain, swelling, infection, bone loss or decay of nearby teeth. At Arlington Dental Clinic we treat all your wisdom teeth concerns.
Orthodontic treatment is more than a beautiful smile, it involves the correction of a bad bite, repositions misaligned jaws, reduces overcrowding, and straightens crooked teeth, maximizing your overall oral health. Patients who have received orthodontic care will have fewer problems with decay, less incidence of TMJ dysfunction, and even better function. Whether you are interested in the clear Invisalign, or traditional braces, our in-house Orthodontist will address all your concerns.
2131 N Collins St #415, Arlington, Texas 76011, United States
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