New Patient Forms

We look forward to your first visit with us. This appointment will give you a chance to meet the doctor and allow us to get to know you and your dental needs. Please take a moment prior to your appointment to print our new patients forms and complete them at your convenience. You can bring them to your appointment. Thank you for choosing our dental office. We look forward to meeting you!

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Warranty on Dental Work

Your smile is a big investment, so you want the changes made to your smile to last. At Jarrell Family Dentistry, we offer a warranty on some services.

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Crown, Bridge & Composite Fillings

We encourage preventative dentistry, which includes regular brushing and flossing as well as scheduling a 6-month cleaning. That’s why our warranties are null-and-void should you not be coming in for your 6 month cleanings. Avoid the drill, fill, and bill technique of going to the dentist every few years and prevent costly and painful tooth updates by maintaining the 6 month appointments.

Insurance Accepted

We accept most major insurances, including Aetna, Delta Dental, MetLife, Cigna, United Concordia, and Tricare.

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Our office is located at 181 Town Center Blvd. Suite 100 Jarrell, Texas 76537.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Often Should I Go to the Dentist?

You should go to the dentist at least twice a year (every 6 months). Here’s why: most lesions (decay or soft tissue) can be easily treated if caught quickly. But everyone is unique, so we tailor our recall visits to your oral health needs. Things like stress and illness can affect your oral health, making it more important to see your dentist. It’s best to talk to your dentist about your individual needs.

How Often Should I Brush My Teeth?

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth at least twice a day. When you eat sugary foods, the bacteria can release acids that attack tooth enamel, which eventually can lead to cavities. Do not brush your teeth right after eating or drinking anything acidic because acids can weaken enamel, and brushing then may remove enamel. It’s best to wait 30 minutes after consuming acidic foods to brush.

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