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General Dentistry

Dental Care Near You
in Dallas/Fort Worth

Dental Care Near You in Dallas/Fort Worth

Trusted, affordable dental care & braces
for you and your family.

Trusted, affordable dental care & braces for you and your family.

10 offices in the DFW area to serve you.

Perla Dental is a Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)-based dental provider who offers preventative, diagnostic, and cosmetic services to promote oral and overall health to our patients of all ages.

Our board-certified dentists are highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of general oral health concerns (such as gum disease and tooth decay) and they support the oral health needs of our patients through regular checkups and cleanings, fillings, crowns, bridges, and tooth extractions. Perla Dental also offers more specialized services, like dental implants and orthodontics.

At Perla Dental, your family’s oral health is our top priority, and we are committed to providing you with professional, convenient, and affordable dental care. Whether you need a routine checkup, braces, or have a dental emergency that requires immediate attention, Perla Dental has 10 offices to serve you.

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General Dentistry Services Near You

Perla Dental provides a wide range of dental services for our patients. From routine exams to emergency dental care, teeth whitening to tooth extraction, our team of dentists, hygienists, and office staff are committed to providing professional, convenient, and affordable dental care for you and your family.

We operate 10 dental offices in the Dallas/Fort Worth area to provide quality dental services and expertise to communities throughout our area. We offer same day visits for emergencies and regular exams for patients of all ages, and we also accept many private and government insurance plans. If you are looking for trusted dental care for you or your family, schedule a visit with Perla Dental today – or just walk in!

Perla Dental – Best Dental Care in DFW

Our dental specialists at Perla Dental are focused on providing the best dental services in the areas we serve. We understand you
have many choices for dental care, and we dedicate ourselves to providing trusted dental services for every patient we care for.

The Perla Dental Difference

  • Individual, customized treatment plans for every patient we treat
  • Professional, convenient, affordable dental care
  • Patients of all ages are welcome
  • 10 state-of-the-art dental offices to serve you and your family
  • Medicaid and Medicare insurance plans are accepted
  • Many PPO insurance plans are accepted
  • Convenient hours with evening appointments
  • See a dentist quickly (appointments available daily)
  • Same-day dental emergency visits

Trusted Orthodontics/Braces

Trusted Orthodontics/ Braces

Improve your smile in less time with greater comfort and stunning results that will last a lifetime. Four of our DFW dental offices offer trusted orthodontic services, so if you are looking for the best provider of braces in your area, visit these locations: Desoto, Farmers BranchTerrell, and Scotts Dental Group – Fort Worth.

We offer the following types of braces:

  • Traditional Braces
    Treatment involves metal brackets placed on teeth with adhesive and connected with a wire that requires tightening every 4-6 weeks.

  • Clear Aligners
    Treatment involves a set of clear, custom-fitted, removable trays worn most of the day that are changed as your teeth shift. Also known as “invisible braces”.
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Dental Specialists in Dallas/Fort Worth

For more extensive dental procedures, Perla Dental also offers oral surgical procedures. If you have suffered a tooth trauma which has caused damage that needs to be fixed, or you are looking for a cosmetic procedure to improve your smile, visit your nearest Perla Dental office.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants

This type of surgical procedure replaces the roots of damaged teeth with metal posts that connect artificial teeth that look and function like real teeth.

Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns

This procedure involves placing caps (or “crowns”) on top of damaged teeth to cover and protect them while maintaining their shape when fillings are no longer able to address the issue effectively.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

This type of dentistry is focused on improving the appearance of your teeth and overall smile, with common treatments involving teeth whitening, veneers, and dental bonding.

We Accept Many Insurance Plans

At Perla Dental, we understand that dental care can be expensive, so we work
to make sure that everyone has access to quality dental care.

Government Insurance Plans

Our dentists accept most Government plans. Call to verify coverage.

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Private Insurance Plans

Our dentists accept most PPO plans. Call to verify coverage.

Dental Payment Plans & Financing

We are committed to delivering affordable dental and orthodontics services to patients in Dallas/Fort
Worth and offer financing programs to fit your budget and credit level.

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Bring in a friend or family member and their initial consultation is FREE. Call the nearest Perla Dental office for details.
Teeth Whitening

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Receive a free whitening upon completion of a treatment. Call the nearest Perla Dental office for details.
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Receive $500 off the cost of orthodontic treatment at Perla Dental.

Offered at our DesotoFarmers BranchTerrell and Scotts Dental Group – Fort Worth offices.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often should I visit the dentist?

Regular dentist visits are important for maintaining excellent oral health. You should ideally visit the dentist twice each year (every six months) to keep your teeth & gums healthy and avoid potential problems before they become more serious. During these visits, a professional cleaning will remove plaque build-up, while a thorough examination will identify any areas of concern, such cavities, gum disease, and damage to teeth that need to be addressed. X-rays are taken yearly as an extra tool to identify any areas of concern not detected with a physical exam. If issues exist, your dentist will develop a customized treatment plan to address them. If you examination shows no issues, your dentist can provide education and strategies to maintain good oral health.

  • How do I get rid of bad breath?

The best way to get rid of bad breath is to focus on prevention by brushing and flossing your teeth daily, eating a healthy diet, and drinking plenty of water. Other ways to reduce bad breath include using a tongue cleaner and mouthwash or chew sugar-free gum to stimulate saliva production. Quitting smoking and other lifestyle and dietary changes can also improve your breath. If these measures don’t work, visit a dentist for professional advice and treatment options (if available).

  • How safe are dental x-rays?

Modern dental x-rays are quite safe, and most professionals agree that the potential benefits far exceed any associated risk. Digital x-rays reduce the amount of radiation exposure by up to 90% compared to conventional film x-rays and remain one of the safest ways to promote and support oral health.

  • Can teeth whitening damage teeth?

Teeth whitening is a popular way to achieve a brighter, more beautiful smile. Teeth whitening often causes temporary gum sensitivity or irritation although whitening does not typically cause any damage to teeth. If hydrogen peroxide concentration in the whitening solution is too high, however, there is an increased risk of enamel erosion and, in some cases, deterioration of natural tooth color. As with any health-related procedure, individuals should discuss any possible risks or side effects with a dental specialist before deciding which teeth whitening process is right for them.

  • What are sealants?

Sealants are used in general dentistry to protect teeth from further decay. Usually applied to the grooves on the chewing surfaces of back teeth, sealants offer an added layer of protection against bacteria and plaque. Sealants form a protective barrier that prevents bacteria from entering small pits and grooves in teeth, reducing the risk of cavities by greatly minimizing direct contact between acid-producing bacteria and the tooth surface. Furthermore, unlike everyday cleaning tools such as brushing and flossing, sealants will last for years with regular dental checkups. The process is quick and painless and helps preserve the dental health of children and adults.

  • What is the difference between an orthodontist and a general dentist?

The major distinction between an orthodontist and a general dentist is that an orthodontist specializes in diagnosing and treating problems related to jaw alignment and misalignments of teeth, while a general dentist offers more generalized dental treatments such as cleaning, fillings, and routine exams. Orthodontists are members of the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), which requires advanced training after receiving a degree in dentistry. General dentists typically provide preventative care and treatment of existing conditions involving all aspects of oral health, including restorative care like crowns and bridges, as well as minor surgeries such as cosmetic procedures or wisdom teeth removal.