General Dentistry And Family Dentistry in The Colony and Lewisville, TX
Dentistry in The Colony consists of the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of various diseases, disorders, and conditions, related to the maxillofacial region, gums, and teeth in humans. We at D. Dental of Castle Hills provide our patients with services in relation to maintaining tooth health and oral hygiene.
It is important that you visit Dr. Daniel and his staff at least once every six months so that you can ensure great oral functionality and hygiene for yourself. Dr. Daniel at D. Dental of Castle Hills will make sure that he advises you in the best possible way for all your dental treatment needs.
Education In Dentistry
After obtaining an undergraduate degree, all dental students go through four years or more, of an accredited dental school. All of the dentists at D. Dental in Castle Hills have gone through extensive training at the top dental schools in the country to ensure that they provide the best possible services for you and your family.
Experience And Training In Dentistry
After the dental school is completed, all the prospective dentists are required to pass a written examination by the national board, which is divided into two parts. Once these exams are passed, the official license is given to the dentists so that they can start their practice.
General dentists in The Colony that work at D. Dental will work closely with you so that a customized plan in dental hygiene can be developed based on your needs. This will incorporate possible scaling and root planing of the teeth, prophy (regular teeth cleaning), a comprehensive dental examination, and other diagnostic tests if needed. This will help in treating or uncovering potential issues at an earlier stage.
Dr. Daniel will be sure to incorporate a comprehensive plan of action for all his patients, so that they can receive treatment and consultation based on their needs. We take special care to make sure that any disease of the tongue, gums, mouth, and teeth, or any potential tooth decay can be prevented early on. We also use certain procedures in restorative dentistry so that any effects of disease, defect, trauma, or tooth decay within the mouth can be prevented.