About Us

Campbell Crossing Dentistry, your destination for general, cosmetic & restorative dentistry in Garland, TX.

Your dental health is our top priority.

We Promise

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A friendly atmosphere.
Welcome to a place where you’re known by name and greeted by friendly faces. Our goal is to make you feel right at home.

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A commitment to community.
We love giving back to our community and participating in service organizations. You might even see us around town.

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Thoughtful care you can trust.
Our doctors have decades of general, cosmetic & and restorative dentistry experience so you get exceptional care.

We make general, cosmetic & restorative dentistry as convenient as possible.

We even have same-day crowns and flexible ways to pay.

Dental Technology

Our team is dedicated to continually providing
you and your family with the highest level of care available.

Our advanced dental technology includes a number of cutting-edge tools, equipment, techniques, and materials that we use to ensure you receive high-quality, gentle dental care.

CEREC®

CEREC technology has reinvented the dental restoration process. Prior to this technology, patients would need at least two visits to complete a restoration process, and there was often a couple of weeks of discomfort in between visits. At Campbell Crossing Dentistry in Garland, TX, our dentists can design, create and place your restorations in a single visit, all thanks to our CEREC technology.

Our dentists and dental team work hard to stay current on the latest advances in dental technology and techniques. We utilize state-of-the-art dental technology, including CEREC® one-visit restorations, to help us provide you with the best possible dental care and experience. CEREC technology allows our team to provide you with a custom-made, high-quality dental restoration in a single visit to our office. Traditional dental technology required at least two visits to complete a dental restoration; CEREC technology saves you time and discomfort by eliminating the need for a second visit. With CEREC technology, we can create the following types of dental restorations in just one visit:

  • Dental crowns
  • Dental veneers
  • Dental inlays and onlays

With CEREC one-visit restorations, you will have no need for an uncomfortable temporary crown, veneers, or other restorations. In addition, CEREC uses advanced scanning technology to design the restoration, eliminating the need for messy impressions. CEREC one-visit restorations are created from high-quality porcelain that our dentists matches to your natural tooth color, so your restorations will look beautiful and natural for years to come. For more information on the advantages of CEREC one-visit restorations and our other advanced technology, we welcome you to call us at 972.460.8302 and set up an appointment with our dentist. 

Digital X-Rays

We use digital X-rays, as both a diagnostic tool and a way to educate our patients at Campbell Crossing Dentistry.

Digital X-rays are one of the advanced diagnostic tools we use to provide you with the best possible care. Digital radiography has changed the way we take dental X-rays by making the process faster, more comfortable, and more convenient than ever before. Digital X-rays use a digital sensor to take images of your teeth, unlike traditional X-rays that use film. Digital X-rays use significantly less radiation than conventional film X-rays, and they require the use of no chemicals for developing the images. Our dentists can then instantly view the high-quality images on monitors right in the treatment room to provide you with efficient, accurate diagnoses and care. Our team is able to use digital radiography to identify and diagnose several types of dental problems, such as:

  • Decay in between teeth
  • Developmental abnormalities
  • Improper tooth root positioning
  • Cysts and abscesses
  • Fractures in existing fillings
  • Tumors
  • Infection in the tooth nerves
  • Bone loss

We may also use digital dental X-rays to plan certain kinds of dental treatment, such as oral surgery procedures, root canal treatment, dental implants, and more. To learn more about digital radiography and how we use X-rays at our office, we welcome you to call us at 972.460.8302 and schedule an appointment with our dentists.

Galileo Panoramic X-Ray Machine

At every visit to Campbell Crossing Dentistry, we aim to provide patients with advanced dental care, which includes using the Galileo panoramic X-ray machine. This advanced imaging system uses low levels of radiation, has an increased range of visibility and high-quality, efficient imaging for a better diagnosis. To learn more about how our dentists use panoramic X-rays, or to meet with Drs. Reed, and Schwalm, call 972.460.8302 today.

 

iTero® Digital Impressions

As with the many other dental technologies in our office, we use the iTero® digital scanning system to provide a positive experience for those who visit Campbell Crossing Dentistry. With the iTero technology, Drs. Reed, and Schwalm along with our dental team, can perform digital impressions, which is a much more desirable and enjoyable method than traditional impression trays.

Digital impressions are a modern, efficient, and comfortable way to take precise impressions of your mouth. If you have ever had to have a traditional impression or mold taken when you have visited the dentists in the past, you know that they can be unpleasant and uncomfortable. We are pleased to utilize digital impressions to eliminate the need for messy, goopy impressions. While this technology can make the experience more comfortable for any patient, it is especially good for patients who gag easily. The digital impression system is less invasive than traditional impressions and molds, and it provides our team with extremely accurate impressions.

Some of the other benefits of digital impression technology include:

Digital impressions can be used for creating dental restorations, such as crowns, as well as orthodontic aligners like Invisalign®
No messy “goop”
The scanner can be quickly taken out of your mouth if you ever feel uncomfortable, and we can easily start and stop the scanning process as needed
Digital impressions require much less time than traditional impressions, helping to make your appointment more efficient
If you would like to visit with our dentists and learn more about digital impressions, please call 972.460.8302 and speak to one of our friendly team members.

Intraoral Cameras

Intraoral cameras are changing the face of routine dental appointments. The intraoral camera gives the patient a unique view of each tooth – enabling them to understand diagnoses and make informed treatment decisions.

The intraoral camera is connected to a computing unit at the side of the dental chair. A pen-sized wand is inserted into the mouth, and a movie of the inner mouth is created. This movie can be magnified more than 30x to allow every aspect of the teeth to be viewed in full color. The intraoral camera is an incredibly valuable tool, which brings dentistry to life.

How can the intraoral camera help?

Utilizing intraoral cameras is a completely comfortable process for patients, and provides an honest assessment of the teeth. Here are some of an intraoral camera’s main uses:

  • Dental education – Education and preventive care are highly important in dentistry. The intraoral camera can expose areas where home hygiene may be deficient. Any problems can then be resolved before complicated treatments are required.

  • Exposing hidden problems – Conditions like gum disease and oral cancer may display easy-to-miss symptoms in their earliest stages. The intraoral camera can more clearly highlight these issues to the dentist and the patient.
  • Treatment planning – No matter how well a dentist might describe a condition, it is easier to understand the issue if it can be seen. Seeing tooth decay and problem teeth helps patients understand why certain treatments are recommended for maximum health benefit and aesthetics.
  • Assessing progress – Some treatments impact the teeth slowly. The intraoral camera allows treatment to be modified along the way, if necessary, to ensure the desired results are achieved.
  • Eliminating uncertainty – One of the most common patient fears is that a dentist is performing unnecessary treatments. The intraoral camera highlights problem areas, so that individuals are less likely to refuse necessary treatment.
  • Referrals to specialists – On occasion, a patient may need to be referred to a specialist for complex treatment. If this specialist is able to view clear images of the teeth in advance, consultation times and costs can be reduced.

How will the intraoral camera be used?

The intraoral camera is the size and shape of a pen. It is covered with a disposable sheath, to ensure that no germs are transmitted from patient-to-patient. The slim wand is inserted into the mouth and rotated until clear pictures of every tooth can be recorded. The images are transmitted onto a television screen in movie format. The movie can be paused, and images of individual teeth can be magnified to allow the dentist to explain and explore any noticeable problems. One of the biggest advantages of the intraoral camera is tit does not expose patients to radiation. The intraoral camera is one of the most useful and versatile diagnostic tools available.

If you have any questions or concerns about the intraoral camera, please contact your dentist.

NOMAD™ Portable X-Ray

Although digital X-rays are a common component of many dental offices, we utilize a unique type of digital X-ray: the NOMAD™ Portable X-ray. It is designed to reduce radiation exposure and increase safety for both our patients at staff. Drs. Reed, and Schwalm feel confident in our choice to use this dental technology in our practice.

In addition to providing a safer X-ray treatment, the NOMAD portable X-ray allows you, our patients, to remain comfortably seated in the treatment room while our team stays chairside. The imaging process uses lightweight, handheld equipment and creates a more efficient and convenient experience.

The images taken with The NOMAD X-ray are compatible with both traditional X-ray film as well as digitalized display methods. This means that viewing your dental X-rays is more streamlined. Without leaving the operatory, we can capture any needed X-ray images, upload them to our computer system, and explain your oral structure and condition. If this diagnosis process sounds timely and informative, that’s because it is.

At Campbell Crossing Dentistry, we do all we can to improve the overall experience of our patients, and that includes using our NOMAD portable X-ray in Garland, Texas. To learn more about this advanced dental technology, or to arrange a visit with our dentists, please contact our office at 972-460-8302.

Telescopic Loupes

We use telescopic loupes, to increase the visibility and precision of our dentists’ examinations. The added clarity ensures that our dentist can provide the most accurate care to our patients at Campbell Crossing Dentistry. 

Surgical microscopes, also known as telescopic loupes, enhance our vision during dental examinations and procedures so that we can detect the small details of your teeth and mouth that might otherwise go unnoticed and provide an appropriate treatment.

Surgical microscopes are binocular-like devices, and are worn like glasses.  While they may look funny, they allow our dentists to maintain a comfortable position during your treatment and devote more focus to your oral health needs.  The microscopes magnify and illuminate your mouth so that we can see clearly the fine details of your smile and pinpoint the exact location of any dental concerns.  Many microscopes offer several levels of magnification so that we can view your smile as closely as we need.

Advantages of surgical microscopes include:

  • More accurate diagnosis
  • Ability to detect even the smallest indications of periodontal disease, tooth decay, and oral cancer
  • Earlier and less invasive treatment
  • Minimized size of the surgical site
  • Enhanced comfort during your procedure
  • Reduced healing time following treatment

We are pleased to offer advanced services that allow us to better care for your smile. For more information about surgical microscopes and to schedule an appointment with our dentists, please contact our office today at 972-460-8302. We want you to feel confident in the services that we provide to you. 

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