Plano TX Cosmetic Dentist Implant Dentistry & Family Dental Services Announced

The leading Plano, Texas dental practice Millennium Dental, with appointments available at 972-491-2677, announced an expansion of the coveted general, cosmetic and restorative dentistry it is able to provide to help patients in the community maintain the most beautiful, healthy smile.

Plano, United States - September 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The award winning dental clinic Millennium Dental has announced an expansion of the popular general, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry services it is able to provide patients in Plano, Texas, and its surrounding areas.

More information is available at https://www.millenniumdds.com/.

The Millennium Dental is the most popular and highest rated dental practice in Plano, Texas, for its extensive experience helping patients of all ages in the community enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile with its proven range of preventive, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry at prices anyone can afford.

The dental practice has announced an expansion of the award winning dentistry it is able to provide, which includes all the routine cleanings, oral cancer screenings or periodontal treatments needed to help maintain peek oral health and the custom veneers, bridges, crowns, implants, dentures or teeth whitening to restore a white, functional smile patients can be confident about.

This industry leading range of general, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry is delivered by a team of friendly dental assistants and hygienists led by board certified dentist Dr. Jana Harrison who are known for combining the most gentle, individualized approach to dental care with a warm, welcoming environment to ensure a comfortable experience for each and every patient. More information at https://www.millenniumdds.com/porcelain-veneers/

The Millennium Dental team explains that “our practice is committed to dental excellence and superior patient care. We want to help each and every one of our patients experience the comfort and confidence that comes with a beautiful, healthy smile and our top priority, from the moment they walk through the door, is their comfort and satisfaction. We invite everyone to come discover the difference we can make in their life and why we’re Plano’s choice for dentistry.”

Appointments and consultations with Millennium Dental or more information on the complete range of dental services it is able to provide can be requested at 972-491-2677 or through the website link provided above along with multiple patient testimonials and before & after smile galleries showcasing its unique dentistry skill and patient care philosophy or a virtual tour of its offices conveniently located at 7705 San Jacinto Place, Ste. 400, Plano, Texas.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Jana Harrison
Organization: Millennium Dental
Address: 7705 San Jacinto Pl #400, Plano, TX 75024, United States

For more information, please visit https://www.millenniumdds.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 238628

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