How can we help you?
Dr. Brittaney Glazer understands the importance of patient education. She and the staff at Glazer Family Dentistry know that good oral care is essential for one’s overall health, and the more knowledge our patients have about dental care, the better their oral health will tend to be.
There are number of questions patients ask quite frequently, so we have included those below for your convenience. But if you have a question that is not included in the list, we invite you to contact us.
Whether your question has to do with your oral care specifically or your oral health generally, we want to educate you. When you have knowledge, you can make more informed decisions about your treatment options. So never hesitate to ask us questions.
At Glazer Family Dentistry, we care about the health of you and your entire family!
We offer a wide variety of dental prosthesis treatments if you are edentulous, missing parts of teeth, or missing soft or hard structures of the jaw or palate. To determine the best treatment available, schedule an exam with Dr. Glazer. During this time, the doctor will discuss your individual concerns and functions including bite, speech, chewing, and aesthetics. Once Dr. Glazer has a better understanding of your needs, she can treat using fixed or removable prosthodontics to get you smiling again! To determine the best treatment for your missing space, call 214-774-9906 and schedule an appointment today.
We know some patients are anxious about visiting the dentist, and we try our best to ensure every patient's comfort. We offer the following to make sure your experience in our office is as pleasant as possible:
- Nitrous oxide
- Oral sedation
- TV programs or movies in each treatment room
- Noise-cancelling headphones
- Electric hand pieces, which are quieter than traditional tools
- Warmed blankets, soothing eye masks, and warm towels after treatment
Fluoride is important to your dental health because it helps prevent tooth decay by making your enamel more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria in your mouth. Fluoride is important for the oral health of all patients of all ages.