Sedation Dentistry

We offer sedation services, if needed. Depending on your case, our team may be able to provide all necessary treatment at your initial visit.

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General Dentistry

The staff at Disabiltiy Dental Services has more than 50 years of combined experience in dentistry for special needs patients.

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Restorative dentistry involves repairing teeth that have been damaged by tooth decay, cracks, chips, or disease by providing dental fillings, as well as crowns.

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Frequently Asked Questions

These common questions and answers may help you learn more about our practice. If you have questions that aren't addressed here, please call our office. We will be happy to help you.

What is a special needs patient?

We treat mentally handicapped, mentally retarded, cerebral palsy, autistic, Alzheimer's, and dementia patients.

At what age do you see patients?

We treat special needs patients from 13 years of age.

How much experience do you have with special needs dental care?

Our dentists have a combined 50 years of experience with special needs patients.

My special needs patient has behavior problems. Will you treat him?

Yes, we are trained to deal with all types of patients, and our dedicated team will help your loved one receive the dental care he needs.

Do you sedate all of your patients before performing dental work?

Absolutely not. Our sedation services are only recommended when necessary. With a staff trained in special needs dental care, we understand your loved one's unique needs and the type of care required.

Will separate doctors provide anesthesia and dentistry?

In most cases, yes. However, when oral sedation is administered, an anesthesiologist is not required.

How can I make an appointment?

Please call our office to discuss our procedure for scheduling your appointment.

923 State H-161, Grand Prairie, TX 75051 USA
Dr. Frank Ford Grand Prairie, TX dentist (972) 296-0101 (972) 296-5801