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Dr. Gregory Kerbel DDS Gregory Allen Kerbel, D.D.S. PLLC - Family and Cosmetic Dentistry - Dentist

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(972) 360-9944 View Phone

3260 Southern Drive, Suite A

Garland, TX 75043 Map

www.drgregkerbel.com

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If You Desire Personalized Care in a "High-Tech" Office, Then Come Be A Part Of Our Family (Also See "Free Whitening for New Patients")Whether your goal is to improve or simply maintain your smile, we are ready to assist you with your oral health. Like you, we expect nothing less than outstanding quality, but we believe that dental care should be provided with the highest level of comfort and with affordable payment options. We know how important health care is and we want you to experience our office where we will listen to your needs, treat you with compassion and develop a treatment plan that fits your specific needs.Whether you desire to simply maintain your teeth , straighten them with "invisible braces", or even change your smile with a complete smile makeover, Dr. Kerbel can help you achieve your goal. Contact us at 972-278-9901 or see our interactive website at www.drgregkerbel.com.

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    "Delivering high quality dentistry is a must, but people deserve more than just beautiful dentistry. They need to know how much you truly care about them. We pride ourselves on the old adage "people do not care how much you know, until they know how much you care." Dr. Kerbel is 1991 graduate of Baylor College of Dentistry and each year he mentors senior dental students from Baylor College of Dentistry with the title of Adjunct Clinical Professor. He has served for over 10 years on the Advisory Board to the Garland Independent School District's Health Career and Technology Program, which helps students get a solid beginning in the health care field. He is a member of the American Dental Association, the Texas Dental Association, the Dallas County Dental Society, the Academy of General Dentistry, and is a past president of the Garland Dental Research Club. He and his staff have done hundreds of hours of Continuing Education and are ready to serve you, your family and friends.


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    As a special gift from our office to you, we will give each new patient complimentary custom takehome whitening (no cost to you and a value of over $400). To receive your free whitening, you must print this page and bring it with you to your scheduled new patient appointment. When you call let us know you found us on Dr.Oogle.com. *This is for new patients only and is valid only after patient has received, in our office, New Patient Exam, Radiographs, and Cleaning, which is covered by most insurance plans.


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    Dr. Kerbel Named To "Super Dentists" In Texas Monthly

    Dr. Kerbel was voted by his peers to the Super Dentists ® in Texas Monthly Magazine. Learn more about Dr. Kerbel and his amazing team at http://drgregkerbel.com/About-Dr-Kerbel.html


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    Impoving Your Smile With Porcelain Veneers July 3, 2006, 3:27 p.m.

    What are Cosmetic Porcelain Veneers?

    Cosmetic porcelain veneers are ultra-thin shells of ceramic, which are bonded to the front of teeth. Veneers can be the ideal choice for improving the cosmetic appearance of your teeth. Porcelain veneers are placed for various reasons including masking discolorations, brightening teeth, straightening the appearance, and improving the overall smile. Highly resistant to permanent staining from coffee, tea, or even cigarette smoking, the wafer-thin porcelain veneers can achieve a tenacious bond to the tooth, resulting in an esthetically pleasing naturalness that is unsurpassed by other restorative options.

      Before Cosmetic Dental Veneers  After Cosmetic Dental Veneers

      Before Cosmetic Dental Veneers                   After Cosmetic Dental Veneers

    Question. Are porcelian veneers right for you?

    Answer. Porcelain veneers are an excellent alternative to crowns in many situations. They provide a much more conservative approach to changing a tooth's color, size, or shape. Porcelain veneers can mask undesirable defects, such as teeth stained by tetracycline, by an injury, or as a result of a root-canal procedure, and are ideal for masking discolored fillings in front teeth. Patients with gaps between their front teeth or teeth that are chipped or worn may consider porcelain veneers. Generally, veneers will last for many years, and the technique has shown remarkable longevity when properly performed.

    Visit our website at www.drgregkerbel.com or call our office at (972) 278-9901 for more information.

    Our address is:
    Gregory Allen Kerbel, D.D.S.
    3260 Southern Drive, Suite A
    Garland, Texas 75043



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    Is Snoring Keeping You or Your Family Awake? July 3, 2006, 3:21 p.m.

    Is Snoring Keeping you or your family awake?

    Before Silent Nite
    Befor Silent Nite Snoring Appliance
    Restriction of the airway causes Snoring. Closure causes Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

    After Silent Nite
    After Silent Nite Snoring Appliance
    Silent Nite is an intra-oral appliance which opens the airway and allows you to breath without snoring. With a Silent Nite appliance, resistance is virtually eliminated allowing air to flow freely.

    An amazing 1/3 of the population, or about 80 million people, snore while they sleep, often repeatedly disturbing spouses and children.

    Question. Did you know that snoring can cause serious health problems?

    Answer. As you snore, you are struggling to breath causing the blood pressure in your carotid arteries to soar. This pressure can lead to damage in the walls of the arteries, increasing your risk of stroke.

    Question. What causes snoring?

    Answer. As you sleep, the muscles and soft tissues relax and make the breathing airway smaller. A smaller airspace makes air travel faster, which causes the tissues to vibrate producing snoring.

    We Can Help!

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    We have many happy patients who are now sleeping soundly and getting the rest they need.

    Spouses routinely tell us how grateful they are to have peaceful sleep without the noise from someone snoring next to them. To prevent snoring, a " Silent Nite " appliance, that repositions the lower jaw forward and keeps the airway open, can be fabricated.

    This eliminates the vibration in the back of the airway causing the snoring. Some surgical procedures to reshape the tissues are available, but tend to work only 20 - 40% of the time.

    The "Silent Nite" device has been shown to work 70-100% of the time and it is comfortable to wear. So if you snore or someone you love snores, call us and let us see if we can give you the first of many "Silent Nights."

    Visit our website at www.drgregkerbel.com or call our office at (972) 278-9901 for more information.

    Our address is:
    Gregory Allen Kerbel, D.D.S.
    3260 Southern Drive, Suite A
    Garland, Texas 75043



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    Periodontal (Gum) Disease July 3, 2006, 3:16 p.m.

    Periodontal (Gum) Disease

     

    “Prevention is the Key to Keeping Your Teeth”

    Three out of four people are affected by gum disease, also known as periodontal disease. Evidenced by a chronic inflammation and infection of the gums and surrounding tissues, this disease is responsible for causing about 70 percent of adult tooth loss, but gum disease is also preventable.

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    Bacteria, Bad Choices, and Bad Genes
    Several factors play a role in the development of periodontal disease: plaque build-up, heredity, and lifestyle choices. By far the most common and controllable factor, however, is the presence of bacterial plaque-a sticky, colorless film produced by normal oral bacteria. If not removed by daily brushing and flossing, bacteria produce and release toxins in the mouth, which in turn break down the natural fibers that hold the gums to the teeth, allowing even more bacteria and toxins to invade. As this process continues, the tooth, tooth root, and jawbone may all be effectively destroyed by decay. Furthermore, when left on the teeth, plaque quickly hardens into calculus or tartar.  Calculus is a rough, porous substance that further irritates the gums and cannot be removed by brushing or flossing. Sadly, most of the disease progression is imperceptible to the patient.

    In addition to the problems caused by poor oral health habits, poor lifestyle choices can affect the body's ability to fight infection or increase irritation in the gum tissue area. Poor nutrition and poorly managed stress reduce the body's natural ability to ward off periodontal disease, as do leukemia, AIDS, and diabetes. Smoking and chewing tobacco irritate the gum tissue. And finally, some people are simply born with a diminished resistance to gum disease.

    Warning Signs & Treatment
    Signs of periodontal disease include red, swollen or tender gums, bleeding while brushing or flossing, gums that pull away from teeth, loose or separating teeth, puss between the gum and tooth, persistent bad breath, change in the bite, and/or a change in the fit of partial dentures. However, since patients often feel little or no discomfort until the disease has spread considerably, frequent dental exams are extremely important to detect this disease.

    In the event of confirmed gum disease, treatment may include simple scaling and root planning using ultrasonic and manual instrumentation to remove calculus and plaque from around the tooth and root surfaces. This non-surgical treatment is combined with the use of antibiotics or antimicrobials, and an improved commitment to proper daily oral hygiene. In more severe cases, surgical treatment may be required, but surgical intervention can be avoided with early detection. The goal of non-surgical treatment is to reattach the gums to the tooth and bones preventing food and harmful bacteria from invading the deeper boney supporting structures.

    Following such treatment, consistent, proper oral hygiene is critical in order to sustain the results. Research has shown that patients that have been treated for periodontal disease should have a professional dental visit at least every 3 months for periodontal maintenance to prevent this disease from causing further destruction of the bone, leading to subsequent tooth loss. In addition, oral hygiene should consist of twice-daily brushing with a soft nylon-bristled brush, daily flossing, and thorough tongue brushing. In some cases, small, narrow brushes called proxy brushes may be advised to clean in between teeth.

    Of course, the best way to prevent gum disease and maintain your oral health is through consistent visits for cleanings and exams. We will do a complete periodontal (gum) evaluation during each of your visits to our office for continuing care (cleanings and exams). After you have been examined, Dr. Kerbel will prescribe a specific hygiene program to handle your specific requirements. 

    It is a pleasure helping you keep your teeth for a lifetime.

    Visit our website at www.drgregkerbel.com or call our office at (972) 278-9901 for more information.

    Our address is:
    Gregory Allen Kerbel, D.D.S.
    3260 Southern Drive, Suite A
    Garland, Texas 75043



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    Do Your Jaws Click or Cause You Pain? July 3, 2006, 3:11 p.m.

    Do Your Jaws Click or cause you pain?/TMJ

    Here is a brief description of the TMJ (the jaw joint) and pain associated with it:

    The normal anatomy of the TMJ consists of three major components. TMJ, Dallas Dentist, Cosmetic Dentist Garland, Family Dentist Texas

    People who suffer from symptoms such as headaches, earaches, tenderness of the jaw muscles, or dull, aching facial pain may suffer from TMD-temporomandibular joint disorders. The muscles and joints may not function properly, resulting in cycles of pain and spasms. Pain in the jaw joint are can have a variety of causes and, can be treated. You may also have a damaged jaw joint due to injury or disease. Since TMD symptoms (eg. tooth clenching or grinding, headaches, jaw pain or discomfort, clicking, grating, difficulty in closing your jaw) can lead to more serious conditions, early detection and treatment are important. No one treatment can resolve TMJ disorders completely, and treatment takes time to be effective.

    Temporomandibular Joint problems (TMJ) are diversely classified as intracapsular and extracapsular conditions. Intracapsular being in the joint structures like the mandibular condyle, the articular disc and the glenoid fossa. Extracapsular being in the muscles, tendons and ligaments surrounding and connecting to the TM joints and mandible itself.

    Dr. Kerbel can help you manage TMJ related pain through appliance therapy. Treatment is based on determining the underlying cause of the problem and if possible correcting it.  Anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDS) can help to reduce inflammation in the jaw. Muscle spasms or muscle tension may be relieved by using moist heat packs on the affected area. A diet of soft foods is recommended. Surgery of the jaw is rarely required.

    Visit our website at www.drgregkerbel.com  or call our office at (972)278-9901 for more information.

    Our address is:
    Gregory Allen Kerbel, D.D.S.
    3260 Southern Drive, Suite A
    Garland, Texas 75043



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    Review 1 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    I started seeing Dr. Callie's in December. Dr. Callier is very friendly and informative when explaining treatment that is need, he is also very gental and caring when doing treatment. He makes sure you are pain free. All the staff if very friendly and welcoming. If you are looking for a new dentist to take care of you and your family I highly recommend this office and staff.

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    I have been a patient of Dr. Kerbel's for about 4 years. If you are looking for dentist that cares about his patients I would highly recommend Dr. Kerbel and his staff. Everyone is so welcoming and professional. Every visit is pain free and can be relaxing with t.vs in the ceiling and the chairs have a back massager. Not to mention Dr. Kerbel's office always has up to date technology. I would recommend Dr. Kerbel and his staff to all my family and friends.

    About Front Desk: All front staff if great

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    About Hygienist: Melissa is amazing and gentle

    Hygiene time: 40 mins

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    Review 3 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    I have been a patient at Dr Kerbel's office for 20 years. The staff is always very welcoming and friendly. They have the most current technology and you can watch TV durning your procedures. Recently I saw Dr Callier for some fillings and a crown on my front tooth and he did a great job. Dr Callier is also an exceptional dentist. So if you're looking for a dental office this is the place to come. Whether you see Dr Kerbel or Dr Callier you are in great hands and will get exceptional dental work.

    I know this doctor: 20 years

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    Review 4 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    Dr. Kerbel and his team are amazing. They make you feel welcome and at ease every visit. I've never had to wait more than five minutes for an appointment and they are all so helpful and friendly. Not only are they great at their jobs, but they are wonderful people. It's nice to be treated like a person instead of just another patient coming through their doors.

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    Review 5 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    Dr. Callier did an amazing job on my dental work today. He is extremely personable and professional! I honestly was a little hesitant when first meeting him because I am such a creature of habit and LOVE Dr. Kerbel but within the first few minutes I could tell he was also awesome and I could see why Dr. Kerbel brought him in. He is a wondderfull addition to the team even though Dr Kerbell will always be #1;) lol I have been going to this office for 5 years or more so I am a little bias. All kidding aside Dr Callier is great as well! I have NEVER had to wait in this office for more than 2-3 minutes before my appointment. I am always greeted with a smile and excitement by every employee in the office. It's an extremely classy facility and very updated. The staff as always is extremely professional. I love this office in every way. Best Dentist EVER! Thanks, Mika Harris

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    Review 6 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    Dr. Kerbel and his staff have taken gentle but rigorous care of me and my teeth for years. Besides routine maintenance, they've also performed root canals, sealed vulnerable molars, and filled cavities for me. At one point I was even referred to a periodontist for a gum graft surgery, but it was so convenient, the surgeon came to Dr. K's office. I didn't have to travel to an unfamiliar location! All of his staff, including office staff, is extremely kind, courteous and sensitive. They will work with you on payment plans if necessary. Facilities are sparkling and comfortable. I always leave Dr. Kerbel's office feeling better than I came in.

    My Experience: Cleaning

    Duration: 15 minutes

    I know this doctor: 5 years

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    Review 7 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    Love the entire staff. Have often thought they should offer input to other office staff on how to interact and communicate with patients. They are always pleasant and helpful. They stay in "full communication" with each other so there is no "repeating information". Procedures are explained with follow up instructions given verbally and in writing. Dr. Kerbel knows how to pick a team and take care of his patients.

    About Front Desk: LOVE SUMMER AND CONNIE

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    About Hygienist: Very friendly and explained everything

    My Experience: Cleaning

    Duration: less than an hour

    I know this doctor: 10 + years

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    Review 8 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    Dr. Kerbel and his office are very welcoming, and kind. I hadn't been to the dentist in over 8 years when I first came to his office, and he made me feel at complete ease. I would definitely recommend him to anyone that is nervous about going to the dentist. You will not be disappointed! -Chrystine (Amanda) Thompson

    About Front Desk: The ladies at the front desk are super friendly, and very professional!

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    About Hygienist: The Hygienist is awesome! Very sweet, and made me feel comfortable right away.

    I know this doctor: Over 1 year

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    Review 9 by Stars: 5.0 on Link
    Dr. Kerbel is a great dentist. Very professional and you can expect a pain-free experience. I almost went to sleep during my root canal.

    About Front Desk: Connie is the best!

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    About Hygienist: All of Dr. Kerbel's hygienists are very professional and courteous.

    My Experience: Crown

    Duration: 30 minutes

    I know this doctor: 10 Years

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