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General and Family Dentistry for the Highland Village Area

December 31, 2013

Shutterstock Senior Couple SmilingBecause we’re all vulnerable to common oral health problems, parents as well as children should see a dentist twice a year for regular care. During regular checkups, Dr. Ryan Thomas of Highland Village Family Dentistry will look for signs of the most common oral health conditions. It’s easy for symptoms of gum disease or tooth decay to go unnoticed, which is why you need someone with a trained eye to take a close look at your smile from time to time. Finding and treating common problems as early as possible is a major goal of general and family dentists like Dr. Thomas.

There’s more to general and family dentistry than just checkups, though. At Highland Village Family Dentistry, you’ll also find other helpful general services. For instance, if you struggle with teeth grinding at night, we can help you protect your teeth and jaw with the help of a custom-made nightguard. What’s more, with periodontal therapy, we can help patients who have advanced cases of gum disease treat and manage their symptoms. And for patients who play sports, we can provide special protect with a customized athletic mouthguard.

Comprehensive Dental Care for Highland Village and Beyond

But suppose you need care for something outside the bounds of general dentistry? You’ll be glad to know that Dr. Thomas and his team at Highland Village Family Dentistry also offer a comprehensive range of cosmetic and restorative dental services, including:

Dr. Thomas also offers complete orthodontic care from his Highland Village office—a unique service for a general dentist to offer.

Do you need help with any of the above? Don’t hesitate to call Highland Village Family Dentistry today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Thomas. Our family dentistry team is happy to offer general, cosmetic, and restorative care to children and adults from Flower Mound, Lewisville, Lantana, Argyle, and all surrounding areas.

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