Adult Dentistry

We Specialize in Adult Dentistry

Even adults can play in our arcade before their Adult Dentistry appointment! Perhaps, adults get the idea of arcade more than kids do. That's because most of us practically grew up in the arcade!

Arcade has been a huge part of our lives for the past 40 years and we want Arcade Dental to become a huge part of you and your family's lives! This is why we’ve combined general dentistry for every member of your family and entertainment value through video games and movies.

Arcade Dental in Pharr, TX provides adult dentistry for every type of dental issue. Dental appointments are often mundane, which could be a problem for parents. Since we have video games and other types of entertainment for kids, adults can easily fill out paperwork or undergo their procedures while their kids stay busy.

Our Pharr dental office eliminates the headaches and hassles of going to the dentist. Along with simplifying the entire dental appointment process, we also ensure that every patient experiences the highest level of dentistry.

Here are some of the dental procedures our dental clinic provides

Dental Cleaning

Every mouth needs a dental cleaning. In fact, we recommend that it be done every six months. A dental cleaning helps eliminate hard to remove plaque buildup. This buildup of plaque can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. Our dentists thoroughly clean and polish your teeth to make sure you are able to maintain pristine oral health.

Dental Dentures

Dentures are the most popular form of dental restoration and are removable. These are perfect for patients who have lost most or all of their teeth. Dentures restore your teeth on either or both of your jaws, depending on what you require. At Arcade Dental, you get the best dentures for yourself after thorough dental consultations.

Dental Fillings

If you aren’t brushing your teeth twice per day, flossing daily, and visiting the dentist every six months, then chances are you have a cavity or more. When a tooth receives a cavity, we have to remove it. After removing the cavity, we fill the area with tooth-colored dental filling. Dental fillings are made with composite resin, which is extremely durable. These fillings help ensure teeth remain healthy and strong.

Dental Crowns

Sometimes tooth decay sets in and really damages a particular tooth or multiple teeth. When this happens, dental fillings will not be enough. A dental crown will then be necessary. This dental cap covers the affected tooth and protects it for the long term. A dental crown looks and feels exactly like the original tooth and is specifically designed to fit perfectly in the mouth and next to the other teeth.

Dental Implants

The dental implant has been one of the biggest breakthroughs in dental science. This oral surgery procedure is used to replace weak, decayed or missing teeth. It utilizes titanium, which is placed into the jaw bone. This metallic material is biocompatible, which means it will be accepted by the body and adopted as part of itself. The dental implant becomes part of the body, which is why the success rate is nearly 100% and almost all dental implants last the lifetime of the patient.

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges resemble three crowns attached together. The one in the middle restores your lost tooth, while the one on either side fit on top of the adjacent teeth, providing support to the crown in between. This is best suited for patients who have lost a single tooth!

Root Canal

At Arcade Dental, we try to save every tooth and in order to do that we sometimes have to resort to a root canal. A root canal is necessary when decay reaches too deep into the tooth where the nerve endings are located. This decay must be removed completely and refilled with a material called gutta percha. A root canal procedure enables us to preserve the rest of the tooth and, with proper care, ensure its longevity.

Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions are pretty common, especially for those who still have their wisdom teeth. A tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth that has become too heavily decayed to be useful or a tooth that has become a nuisance or detriment to the natural use of the mouth. This means that a tooth may hinder speech or chewing and can cause the area to become inflamed and painful. This is often the case with wisdom teeth, which grow in the very back corners of the jaw.

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