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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Teeth Replacement for Special Needs Patients in and Around Dallas and Fort Worth

Disability Dental Replaces Missing Teeth with Dentures and Fixed Bridges for Full Smiles

To replace missing teeth and create a solid, dependable smile that looks great and functions well, we offer custom crown and bridgework, partials, and dentures. Our dental lab uses fine materials designed to look natural and last for years.

Crown and bridge systems are made of one or more replacement teeth in a row (the bridge), anchored to two crowns. The bridge will fill a gap left by missing teeth. As a fixed appliance, crown and bridge systems are not removable.

A partial, or partial denture, replaces multiple missing teeth on the upper or lower arch. The missing teeth do not have to be adjacent to one another, as in the case of a bridge. Instead, a partial can replace missing teeth by fitting into the gaps like a puzzle. Partials can be anchored with clasps that attach to natural teeth, or they may be anchored to dental implants inserted into the jawbone. Partials are removable appliances but may be fixed to dental implants upon request.

Like a partial denture, a full denture fits on the upper or lower arch. However, a full denture replaces all teeth on an arch. Dentures may be attached to the gums with adhesive or anchored to dental implants. They are removable appliances, as well.

Call Disability Dental today to reserve your appointment with one of our special needs dentists. Our Dallas office serves patients from across the Dallas – Fort Worth area and the State of Texas.

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