About Family Dental Care@headingTag>
Our dentists at Riverchase Dental Care in Coppell, TX helps patients during all steps of life to get and keep their best oral health, including babies, children, teens, adults, pregnant women, and adults over age 55. We provide a varied range of dental procedures to help every member of the family. Some of our oral care procedures at Riverchase Dental Care include:
- General dental care: once a year dental exams and bi-annual professional cleanings, sealants, fluoride treatments, ideal home oral care routines and techniques, tooth-colored fillings
- Cosmetic procedures: teeth straightening for all ages, teeth whitening treatments, dental veneers, and minor cosmetic adjustments
- Restorative services: replace a broken tooth with a crown, replace damaged teeth with a bridge or dentures, dental implants may be added for a longer lasting fit
- Special areas: custom mouth guards for protection during physical activity, mouth guards for night to stop teeth grinding and jaw clenching, therapies for gum disease, and dental emergencies
"Very friendly and welcoming staff!"- J.W. / Google / Jul 31, 2017
"Always excellent experience!"- J.P. / Google / Jul 31, 2017
"Always a great experience! Friendly and efficient staff."- K.H. / Google / Jul 31, 2017
"My first visit to Riverchase Dental today was great! Like most people (I'm assuming), I'm not usually a fan of going to the dentist. But I actually enjoyed going here! Every staff member I came into contact with was beyond helpful and kind. And I spoke to many people during my visit--the receptionist who checked me in; the technician who took my x-rays; the hygienest who told me what to expect when I come in for a cleaning; the dentist; and the financial specialist who checked me out. It was the first time I left the dentist's office feeling like I had no questions left unanswered. Each person was more than willing to answer my questions and ask if there was anything else I was wondering. Very thorough and comforting."- A.M. / Yelp / Jul 28, 2017
"Dr. Joe and team are all rockstars!"- C.F. / Google / Jul 24, 2017
What to Expect@headingTag>
It’s vital to develop a good relationship with a dentist early in life to prevent future problems. Our dentists recommends that toddlers come in for their initial exam before their first birthday. After that, most patients will schedule two meetings per year for professional cleanings and a dental exam at Riverchase Dental Care. These recurrent appointments are important to prevent tartar and plaque from building up on the teeth as well as finding signs of concern or disease promptly for more successful treatments. Other procedures and treatments, like fillings, orthodontics, and dental restorations, will be scheduled as they are needed.
Our dentists can help each person create their individual oral care strategy for their oral health, including a good home oral care routine, regular dental exams and cleanings, restorative procedures that may be necessary, and cosmetic procedures that may be requested. During their appointment, patients can talk about their oral health symptoms as well as troubles about the appearance of their teeth. Our dentists will talk with each person to decide their individual oral health treatment plan at Riverchase Dental Care.
While several preventative and general dental treatments at Riverchase Dental Care are covered at least in part by dental insurance, coverage varies for restorative procedures and special treatments. Most dental insurance plans do not pay for cosmetic dentistry services. Riverchase Dental Care accepts many payment types and we offer financing plans that can be discussed during the consultation with our dentists or before the service.
Plan Your Procedure
Make sure every member of your family has their perfect smile in the next family portrait by scheduling an appointment at Riverchase Dental Care in Coppell, TX. With a wide choice of treatments including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, and special areas, our dentists at Riverchase Dental Care can help their patients from before their first tooth through the rest of their life.