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Arlington Dental Office Information

821 N. Fielder Road
(8174023542)
Arlington TX 76012

Phone: (817) 303-5700

Fax: (817) 548-7099

http://www.ArlingtonDental.com

Practicing since 1994

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On N Fielder Rd. near Randoll Mill.
Mon: 8am - 5:30pm
Tues: 8am - 5:30pm
Wed: 8am - 5:30pm
Thurs: 8am - 5:30pm
Fri: 8am - 3pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed
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  • Takes Time to Listen: 100%
  • Communicates Well: 100%
  • Recommendable: 100%
  • Average Wait Time: 5 minutes
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    "The dental cleaning was extremely good. First time meeting the new dentist. Not sure seemed rushed. Did like the new office and the new chair. Much better atmosphere. Seemed cleaner and more modern. Much more comfortable."

    3.0
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    Dr. said:
    "I'm sorry you felt I seemed rushed - it is possible that I was. The office has been a little hectic with the construction and we have been down to three chairs while we wait for the contractors to finish. Because of this I have been forced to speed things up a bit to keep the wait time down. I appreciate the feed back and will take it to heart. Joe"

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    "truely painless dentistry which is nice to find!"

    4.0
    Unverified Review January 26, 2012
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    "I was someone who avoided going to the dentist at all costs. But since seeing Dr. Reed I have had a decrease in my "Dental Anxiety" and a healthier mouth to show for it. Dr. Reed takes the time to answer my questions and he uses the visit as a teaching environment. He never is too busy for my questions and answers them in a non-condescending manner."

Some people have enough space to accommodate their Wisdom Teeth. Wisdom teeth are nothing more than a third set of molars. In some situations, they are fully utilized in chewing and do not present a problem. However, the majority of people do not have enough space for their third molars. So, when they begin to erupt, they may cause the teeth to shift leading to crowding. When they are impacted, they can push up against the roots of the other teeth and cause decay and infection. This is the worst case scenario. If your teeth are erupted and not causing crowding then there is no real reason to have them removed.

Joe Reed

Arlington TX

Before and After braces at www.ArlingtonDental.com

Education & Credentials

The Dawson Academy
ADA - American Dental Association
ADSA - American Dental Society of Anesthesiology
IAO - International Association for Orthodontics
ICOI - International Congress of Oral Implantologists
AGD - Academy of General Dentistry
TDA - Texas Dental Association
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    CAM means computer-aided-machine.
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