Complete Dental Care of Burleson provides a wide variety of services to individuals and families throughout the North Texas area. As a family-owned business with over 40 years of experience, patient care is our primary concern. We go the extra mile to provide a high level of comfort along with quality dental care. Whether you are looking for cosmetic, restorative, or general dentistry work, come to our office today!
We are confident that our comprehensive dental care will help you achieve the smile of your dreams. Our team of skilled dentists, dental hygienists, assistants, and front-desk personnel provide you with personalized care at every visit. We are committed to offering you friendly, compassionate, and understanding service. You will feel comfortable and relaxed the moment you walk through our door!
Complete Dental Care offers a variety of standard services including:
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We aim to accommodate each and every dental need you have to our best ability, making us your number one choice for dental services in Burleson. When you come in for your next appointment, ask about the following Internet specials:
- Free Braces Consultation
- Free Implant Consultation
- Receive a FREE Electric Toothbrush, when you schedule a new patient appointment!
We would love to give you and your family the quality, comfortable dental care that you deserve. If are ready to receive great dental services, contact Complete Dental Care at 817-295-6141 to schedule your next dental appointment.
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- Roughly 48,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer this year alone.
- One person dies every hour from the disease, totaling more than 9,500 lives lost each year.
- Forty-three percent of those diagnosed will not be alive in five years.
- Mortality rates for oral cancer are significantly higher than other forms of cancer, such as thyroid, cervical, Hodgkin's lymphoma and several others.
- Oral cancer death rates are particularly high because of late-stage detection — not because it is difficult to diagnose.
- The HPV16 virus is another obstacle in early detection, because it does not cause the telltale lesions generally associated with oral cancer.
- People who survive oral cancer are 20 times more likely to develop the disease a second time.
- Oral cancer is often undetected by the patient, as there is rarely pain or other noticeable symptoms.
- It is estimated that the United States spends $3.2 billion annually on treatment of the disease.
- The majority of those diagnosed with oral cancer are over the age of 40, though instances of younger individuals getting the disease is on the rise, because of smokeless forms of tobacco and the sexually transmitted disease, HPV16.