Starshine Dentistry has become the Denton Dental Center. We have a different dentist, but the same great service and comprehensive care that you’ve come to expect. We’re keeping everything you love and adding even more!
Dr. Todd Balington was hand-selected to take over this practice because of the excellent care and personalized, expert attention patients will receive under his watch. Dr. Balington has been practicing family dentistry for over a decade, and in that time he’s learned how to form long-lasting, fulfilling, and sincere relationships with his nearby patients so that he can always meet their individual dental needs. From routine preventive care and dental implants to urgent emergency dentistry, he’s here to ensure you have a healthy, happy smile for life!
Thanks to our wide array of services near Corinth, you’ll never need to run all over town to get your family the dental care they need. We’re happy to see children, parents, and grandparents all under one roof! Whether it’s time for your child’s regular checkup or you need a few teeth repaired, you can always rely on Denton Dental Center. We’re the one place your family will ever need to go to get a healthy and beautiful smile!
Dental emergencies don’t discriminate. No matter what age you are - a fall, biting into something hard or numerous other things can happen at any time! At Denton Dental Center, we pride ourselves on our ability to handle dental emergencies, most of the time on the same day! We have the technology and expertise to get you out of pain and fix whatever problem may have popped up. If you don’t have a regular dentist close by, we hope to help you with any dental emergencies and become your dentist for life!
Do you have chipped, cracked, or decayed teeth? How about large, obvious gaps? Whatever might be holding your smile back, we can fix it using cosmetic dentistry. With just one or two simple treatments, we can give your smile anything from a minor touch-up with direct bonding to a complete transformation with veneers. It’s all up to you, and the final result will always be a beautiful smile that fills you to the brim with self-confidence.
Are you sick and tired of hiding your smile and limiting your food choices because of missing teeth? For those looking to say “Goodbye!” to the gaps in their smile forever, Denton Dental Center can help you get dental implants, the most comprehensive tooth replacement solution available today. With just one treatment, we can rebuild your lost teeth from the root up, providing the most benefits when it comes to security, longevity, AND aesthetics.
Want to take care of your most precious smile? Our nearby dental practice loves treating children, and you’ll love having the peace of mind knowing that your child’s smile is perfectly healthy. We’ll take all the time they need to be perfectly comfortable in our office, and we’ll perform every treatment with a gentle touch. Our goal isn’t just to help them during their appointment, but to partner with you so that they can have a beautiful smile for the rest of their life.
Gum disease is the most common dental problem facing the country today, and many people who have it are completely unaware! What starts as red and tender gums can easily develop into the leading cause of tooth loss. This is why our practice will always make the health of your gums a priority, and if you show any signs of the disease, we’ll be able to quickly and effectively treat it using periodontal therapy.
Need to schedule your six-month checkup and cleaning? Ready to achieve your dream smile with cosmetic dentistry? Want to fill the gaps in your smile with modern dentures? Our team would love to serve you at your smile at our Denton dental office, which is located at 1201 Bent Oaks Ct. You’ll find us near the Buc-ee’s and Cinemark 14. Even closer, you’ll see Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea and Dove Creek Animal Hospital. We look forward to seeing you soon!
If you have questions or concerns about dental treatments or oral health conditions, our team at Denton Dental Center is only a phone call away. By speaking with our caring and knowledgeable staff members, you’ll be able to get your answers much sooner than with an email. However, we also know that daily schedules can get busy and that some people prefer researching on their own. Even so, we are happy to help with this by compiling and responding to several of our most commonly asked questions from our patients in Denton. Keep reading or reach out to us today if there’s something we didn’t cover!
The first thing you’ll want to remember is that dentistry involves preventing problems from starting. For this reason, the most affordable thing you can do is visit your dentist routinely at least twice a year. This will allow them to clean plaque and tartar from your teeth as well as address any underlying problems they might detect in your mouth. Fortunately, most dental insurance providers offer coverage for dental checkups and cleanings, making this portion much more affordable in the long run. Even if you don’t have a policy, you may try exploring alternative financing options, such as CareCredit. This third-party financier can help split up the overall cost of your treatment into monthly payments with little to no interest.
The answer to this will depend on what you find important to you. There are many combinations of factors you’ll want to consider, including payments/insurance, qualifications, the location of the practice, hours of operation, neatness, and safety. Another aspect involves the kind of treatment you’re interested in, such as wanting cosmetic dentistry, major restorative work, a simple checkup and cleaning, or if you need a dentist for your child. You’ll also want to get a feel for the practice to see what they prioritize and how they treat patients. You can even check reviews from previous patients or read the doctor/staff bios on their website so that you’ll know what to expect when undergoing your dental work.
First things first, make sure to call our office and let one of our team members know about your situation so that we can schedule an appointment for you. Our practice offers same-day visits, so you can typically expect to receive emergency treatment on the day of the incident. That said, if you’re experiencing life-threatening symptoms, such as a broken jaw, difficulty bleeding, or excessive bleeding, call 911 and visit your local ER instead. While they may not be equipped to treat your specific dental issue, they can at least alleviate discomfort and stop serious complications. Once you’re stable, you can come to visit us to fix your smile. To avoid emergencies and save money, be sure to see your dentist every six months for checkups and cleanings, as many urgent situations start as something that could’ve been prevented early on.
The cost of tooth extraction will usually be determined by things like geographic location and a person’s oral health. In most cases, the price for removing a tooth in the United States can be anywhere between $150 and $400. The amount you’ll pay can also be influenced by the difficulty of the treatment and if any other services were required, like sedation dentistry. However, if you have dental insurance, then the cost of your tooth extraction will be negotiated between your provider and doctor.