Dental Implants Plano, TX Practice Updates Website

The Plano, Texas dental practice offers a range of dental services, including dental implants to area patients. Dr. Jung is a well-respected dental professional who specializes in dental implants.

Plano TX, United States - September 17, 2019 / / —

Jung Dental Implant Center of Plano and Soong-Ryong Jung (David), DDS, MS, PhD is pleased to announce that their website contains the latest and most comprehensive information about dental practices and products. The center specializes in the dental implants Plano, TX area patients have come to expect and appreciate. The office is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and amenities, so that it can offer comfortable, clean, friendly, efficient and effective care.

The center is known for its dental implant services and procedures. Dental implants are small post-like devices constructed of titanium or titanium zirconium. They are surgically placed in the jaw bone to replace a tooth root which is missing. After the healing process is complete, the dental implant acts as a strong base anchor for the artificial tooth. The color and shape of the natural tooth are replicated as far as possible, resulting in an aesthetically pleasing replacement.

More details can be seen at https://www.jungimplantplano.com

The general dentistry services include tooth whitening; root canal treatment; TMJ (temporomandibular Joint) disorder treatment; sports guards; periodontal treatment, including scaling, adult prophy, gum surgery; deep scaling and gum tissue graft; and cosmetic restoration, including veneers and crowns.

Oral surgery is often performed in a dental office setting, under local anesthesia, with minimal recovery time. Oral surgery can range from routine procedures such as tooth extractions and implant placement to more complex jaw realignment surgeries and emergency care for facial trauma. Proshodontics includes replacement of broken, worn, or decayed teeth with crowns, veneers or inlay; placement of implant crowns and prostheses; placement of missing teeth with bridges; fabricating removable dentures; restoration of the occlusion and management of TMJ disorders and bruxism.

Since 1993, Dr.Jung has visited many places, among which are Germany, Switzerland, and Sweden, to train in dental implantology. He completed the Oral Maxillofacial surgery program in 1996. In 2004, Dr.Jung received training in Periodontics and Prosthodontics at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. After completion of his program, Dr. Jung claimed adjunct professorship and enjoys teaching students at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. Furthermore, Dr. Jung successfully completed the GP Orthodontics program in Garland, Texas, in 2017.

Contact Info:
Name: Soong-Ryong Jung (David), DDS, MS, PhD
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Organization: Jung Dental Implant Center of Plano
Address: 7170 Preston Road Suite 100, Plano TX 75024
Phone: (469) 460-2000
Website: https://www.jungimplantplano.com/

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