Disability Dentist In Fort Worth, TX Offers Dental Care For Autism Patients

Oct 21, 2021

Disability Dental (972-433-7294) is proud to offer updated dental services for special needs residents in Fort Worth, TX including those with Autism.

Everyone has something to smile about – and we take pride in making those smiles even more brilliant, especially for those with a disability, including those with Autism.

With more than 150 years of combined experience in offering tailored dental services to special needs patients, our clinic, Disability Dental, believes that great health should be accessible for all. That is why we improved our services to use the latest in dental technology and sedation options to address the unique needs of all our clients. 

Check out https://www.disabilitydental.com now. 

The announcement solidifies our commitment to serve all residents in the city, regardless of their physical or mental condition. As their names suggest, special needs patients require different forms of care, especially those who are suffering from dental anxiety. We make every effort to ensure that each patient, including those with Autism, is comfortable before any procedure.

Our clinic is led by Dr. Frank E. Ford who has found the balance between a gentle touch and superior dental care. Together, we have a full menu of preventive, restorative, general, and sedation dentistry for patients with various types of disabilities, including autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, and Parkinson’s Disease, among others.

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According to a 2010 study published in the European Journal of Dentistry, oral disease is a major health problem for adults with disabilities. It suggests that this may be caused by fewer dentist visits, untrained caregivers, and less specialized dentists. 

Further, a more recent 2017 study in the Journal of Dental Research found that poor dental health among the disabled was correlated with a shortened life expectancy.

We recognize the difficulties you may be facing in offering the necessary dental care for your special needs family member. We encourage you to book an appointment with us so that we can properly assess your loved one’s teeth. Further details can be found at https://www.disabilitydental.com/patients-with-disabilities.html 

Our dental clinic also has a full in-house anesthesia team for nervous patients. We recommend that you call us first so that we can discuss your loved one’s unique case, and the various types of sedation needed if ever, to provide the proper comfort.

Being disabled does not mean being forgotten. We give your loved one exactly the care they deserve.

Go to https://www.yahoo.com/now/special-needs-dentist-grand-prairie-032400237.html so you can learn more.

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