Long Prairie Dental

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Orthodontics - Braces - Grapevine

Your Beautiful New Smile With Grapevine Area Orthodontics

Do you see a beautiful, straight new smile in your future? Grapevine area orthodontics dentist Dr. April Kaneira provides the highest quality care to help her patients achieve the smile they've always dreamed of. Find out whether invisible braces or clear braces could be an option for you. We also provide cosmetic dentistry and teeth whitening.

Whether your teen needs straighter teeth, a gap closed, or any number of issues corrected, we're up to date on the latest dental braces techniques to make the process as comfortable as possible.

While we see a lot of kids and teens at Long Prairie Dental, we know that adult braces are also becoming more and more popular. After all, a beautiful smile is always in fashion. Whether you're in the boardroom or in a social setting, your smile can make a difference.

For patients who don't want the traditional "metal-mouth" look, ceramic braces could be a great choice. These tooth-colored products allow for a more natural look while your mouth is undergoing it's amazing makeover.

Call now to schedule an initial consultation at (214) 513-1300 or just fill out our simple online form. Many of our patients have questions about the cost of braces. Our team is always pleased to explain a wide range of financial options that may be available to you.

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Highest infection control standards

Long Prairie Dental practices the highest infection control standards to protect our patients and ourselves. In the Grapevine, TX area, Dr. April Kaneira and her staff strictly observe all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines. All instruments are cleaned, disinfected and routinely sterilized as recommended by the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control. Whenever possible, disposable, single-use items are used to ensure your safety.

Mercury-free fillings for long-term health

Your existing old silver amalgam fillings contain mercury, a chemical that's been scientifically shown to be more toxic than lead, cadmium, or arsenic. Many people in the Grapevine, Texas area have made the decision to replace their existing amalgam fillings in order to improve their appearance and their long-term health. Dr. April Kaneira of Long Prairie Dental can help you.

Dental insurance accepted and filed for you

At Long Prairie Dental, we accept several types of dental insurance. With the proper information, Dr. Kaneira and his staff will be happy to file your insurance claim for you. We strive to make the insurance paperwork process as simple and streamlined as possible. You are only personally responsible for the co-pay or deductible amount.

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Whether you're new to our practice or just need to schedule a regular or follow-up appointment, we make it as easy as possible.

Just call us or fill out our online form. We're looking forward to seeing you in our office soon.

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Descubra Su Sonrisa Perfecta Hoy

Su dentista familiar y cosmetico para toda la familia. El Doctor y su personal hablan español para su conveniencia.

Si usted necesita a un dentista que hable español, por favor dénos una llamada para ayudar. ¡Muchas Gracias!

Dental Insurance

At Long Prairie Dental we're committed to helping you get the most from your dental insurance coverage. We accept many of the top dental plans and we're always happy to work with you to get you and your family the dental care you deserve.

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Ask Us About IV Sedation Dentistry

If an overwhelming fear of visiting the dentist is keeping you from getting the dental care you need, call us today at (844) 331-0484.

We understand how you feel and can explain how IV sedation dentistry can help ease your fears.

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Gingivitis and Gum Disease Care

Did you know that gum disease is the biggest cause of tooth loss in adults? If you have swollen or bleeding gums, call us at (844) 331-0484 today to schedule an appointment. We can help you get back on track to a healthy smile.

If you're looking for an experienced orthodontic dentist in Denton County you've come to the right place. Dr. Kaneira offers orthodontic dentistry that Denton County residents depend on for the highest quality dental care.

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Long Prairie Dental
3424 Long Prairie Rd.
Flower Mound, TX 75028
General Info: (214) 513-1300
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Dental Decay & Sealants

Dr. Kaneira will tell you that regular brushing and flossing lowers the chance of your children developing cavities. However, sometimes good habits alone aren't enough. The most decay-prone areas of teeth are the grooves and depressions on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. These vulnerable areas require further preventive care. To protect kids' teeth from decay, a plastic-like coating called a sealant should be painted on the chewing surfaces of all the back teeth.

It's a simple process that's extremely effective: studies have shown that sealants can reduce tooth decay by as much as 90% to 100%. Please call Long Prairie Dental at (844) 331-0484 with any questions you may have about the benefits of using a sealant in preventing dental decay.

Foods That Stain Your Teeth

Did you know that tea can stain your teeth even more than coffee? Many other foods can cause tooth staining, including deeply colored sauces like tomato and curry, highly-acidic sports and energy drinks, red wine, cola, dark berries, artificially colored candy and many others.

At Long Prairie Dental we recommend that you rinse your mouth with water after consuming any of these stain causing food, or use a straw to sip sodas and iced tea. Please call us at (844) 331-0484 if you have any questions about foods and your dental health.

Soft Drinks Can Be Hard on Teeth!

From a dental point of view, there's nothing soft about so-called soft drinks. Sugar does not directly damage teeth. That happens when certain bacteria in the mouth release acids that eat into tooth enamel. These bacteria, however, need food to survive and refined sugar is a very potent source. What you eat, they eat. If not eliminated promptly, they hang around to do their dirty work.

The real culprit in carbonated soft drinks, however, is the fizz itself: carbonic acid. A sugary, un-carbonated drink like Kool-Aid is actually easier on teeth than, say, Diet Pepsi. So watch your consumption of soft drinks and be sure to contact Long Prairie Dental at (844) 331-0484 to schedule a dental checkup.

Long Prairie Dental Office Hours
  Morning Afternoon/Evening
Mon. 7am-11am 12pm-3pm
Tue. 7am-11am 12pm-3pm
Wed. 10am-1pm 2pm - 6pm
Thu. 10am - 1pm 2pm - 6pm
Fri. 7am - 11pm 12pm - 3pm
Sat. 8am - 12pm 12pm-3pm
Sun. Closed Closed

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