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Is it time for a Smile Refresh?

December 2, 2017

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Return to the smile you grew up with. You never wanted your smile to change. One day you saw a different smile than the one you had when you fell in love, graduated from College, started a family. Dr. Robert Mitchell can’t protect and restore everything you value in life, but he can definitely take care of one thing – refreshing your smile.

Call TODAY to set up your Complimentary Consult 972-233-1311.

If you’re healthy, your mouth knows it.

November 18, 2017

Regular checkups don’t just prevent cavities and root canals. Preventative dentistry may also head off heart attack, stroke, diabetes – even catching oral cancer and osteoporosis early, before problems arise.

Every checkup includes a complete periodontal evaluation. That’s our part.

Your part is simple.

You brush, you floss, and every six months you come to Dr. Robert Mitchell, D.D.S.

What is in a Smile?

October 30, 2017

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You see what your smile is.

We see what it could be.

Allow us to show your what you have been missing.

If there’s something about your smile you wish were different, schedule your free cosmetic smile analysis consulation at Dr. Robert Mitchell, D.D.S. 

Dr. Mitchell is both an artist and a scientist. Every procedure is a collaboration between visionaries – you and Dr. Mitchell.


Actual Patients of Dr. Robert Mitchell, D.D.S.

             Actual Patients of Dr. Robert Mitchell, D.D.S.

Ready to look fabulous for those Holiday Parties?

October 24, 2017

Why not show off your greatest asset – your smile.

In office Whitening can get your teeth 4-5 shades whiter in 1 hour!

Call 972-233-2311 for more information.


Happy Boss’s Day to the BEST!

October 17, 2017

WE love working for you Dr. Mitchell!!

Meet Your Dallas Dentist

October 11, 2017

Dr. Robert Mitchell

Dr. Mitchell provides outstanding dental care to residents of Dallas and surrounding areas. After receiving a bachelor of science degree from the University of Texas at Austin (where he was All Southwest Conference Guard on the National Championship Football Team), he went on to obtain his DDS from Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, world renowned for it outstanding dental program. He’s been creating beautiful smiles and healthy mouths ever since!

Affiliations and Continuing Education

Dr. Mitchell has served as President of the Dallas Academy of General Dentistry and is on the Executive Board of the International Association of Orofacial Myology. He is one of a select few dentists in Texas to be inducted as a fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry and a member of the Crown Council, an international round table of leading dentists (including Bill Dorfman of ABC’s Extreme Makeover TV series) who are committed to excellence. The Crown Council shares the very best of their ideas and talents to improve health and wellness in communities and the quality of dental care worldwide. Members are strongly committed to promoting oral health, fighting oral cancer, and serving their communities through charitable work. Dr. Mitchell is a member of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Texas Dental Association, Dallas County Dental Society, and the American Dental Association. A proponent of continuing education, Dr. Mitchell has completed numerous national and international postgraduate courses on the latest restorative dentistry and cosmetic dentistry techniques. Such Techniques as digital imaging, digital radiography, and laser technology.


Dr. Mitchell has received numerous awards. In addition to receiving the prestigious Fellowship Award given by the Academy of General Dentistry, he was named one of America’s Top Dentists by the Consumers Research Council of America and was appointed by the Chancellor of the University of Texas Health Science System as the dental representative to the American Cancer Society’s Committee on Smoking. Dr. Mitchell was featured in the June issue of D Magazine as one of the best dentists in Dallas and in the November issue of Texas Monthly as one of Texas’s Super Dentists.

Community Involvement

Active in his local community, Dr. Mitchell has served on the Executive Board of Directors for Dallas Summer Musicals and is a member of the Rotary International Club, which awarded him the Paul Harris Fellow for his significant contribution to the community.da

Outstanding Care for a Lifetime of Optimal Oral Health

September 27, 2017

We strive to provide Outstanding Care for a Lifetime of Optimal Oral Health.

New Patient Exam

Thank you for choosing the office of Dr. Robert Mitchell for your family’s dental care. Our entire team values the opportunity to give you the personalized attention and beautiful, healthy smile you deserve.

We’ll dedicate two hours for your new patient exam. When you arrive, we’ll give you a tour of our dental office and introduce you to our team. Refreshments are available for your enjoyment, as are Bose music headphones, movie goggles, massagers, and comfortable blankets, hot and cold neck pillows, and warm, scented towels.

Assessing Your Teeth, Gums, and Bite

We will talk to you about your dental needs and the reason for your visit. Then Dr. Mitchell will conduct a thorough exam which will include checking your bite alignment, assessing the integrity of existing dental work, and scanning your teeth for decay using our non-invasive DIAGNOdent laser. About 80% of the population unknowingly has some form of periodontal disease, so we will examine your gums for signs of this stealthy offender and suggest therapies for prevention or treatment. A set of digital X-rays will provide a complete picture of your oral health and aid in accurate diagnosis.

Screening for Oral Cancer

We will check your soft tissues for signs of oral cancer. We use a state-of-the-art tool called Velscope to identify suspicious lesions in the earliest stages. Oral cancer claims the lives of 7,500 Americans each year and often goes undetected until it has spread to the neck and lymph nodes. Early detection increases survival chances, so we will screen you for oral cancer at your new patient exam and subsequent checkups.

If you have a chipped, slightly misaligned, or otherwise imperfect tooth that needs cosmetic restoration, we may suggest one-appointment bonding.

September 13, 2017

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Cosmetic bonding is the quick and easy solution for restoring confidence to smiles by artistically sculpting teeth to create a stunning transformation.


Creating Beautiful, Durable Smiles with Custom-Made Crowns in Dallas, Texas.

August 25, 2017

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***Actual Patient of Dr. Robert Mitchell DDS ***

A damaged or severely worn tooth can mar your appearance and cause discomfort. Left untreated, the problem will only worsen and could result in an awkwardly broken tooth, acute pain, or a diseased tooth root. Let Dr. Mitchell restore structural integrity to your compromised dentition with a custom crown, inlay, or onlay.
A crown sits snugly atop a compromised tooth to strengthen and protect it. Dr. Mitchell uses all-ceramic, porcelain-fused-to-metal, and gold crowns for durable, long-lasting restorations. He’ll consider the location of your tooth and the amount of stress it incurs to determine which material to use. Porcelain crowns look and feel like natural teeth, so they’ll blend seamlessly into your smile.
Typically, we can design, fit, and place your crowns in just a couple of short appointments. The procedure for installing a dental crown normally takes two separate dentist visits. At your first appointment, Dr. Mitchell will examine the tooth to make sure that it can support a crown, then begin shaping the tooth to prepare it for the crown. Alternatively, if the tooth is severely damaged or broken, Dr. Mitchell may need to fill it in to make it large enough to properly receive the crown. After the tooth is prepped to the proper shape, Dr. Mitchell will take an impression of the tooth, as well as those surrounding it, and send it away to a dental lab, so the permanent crown can be made accordingly. By the end of this first visit, your tooth will have a new temporary crown that protects it until the final crown is ready to be permanently placed.
When the permanent crown is ready, you will have your second visit. At this appointment, the temporary crown is removed, Dr. Mitchell will position and fasten the new crown to the tooth with a special permanent adhesive.
Once a crown is placed, you can care for it as you do your natural teeth. Conscientious brushing twice a day and daily flossing will protect the base of your crown from bacterial growth. Be sure to see us at least two times each year for professional cleanings and a preventive exam, too. If you have any questions please call 972-233-1311 we would love to set up a consultation for Dr. Mitchell or one of our knowledgeable staff members to go over the process with you in more detail.
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Dentist Dallas TX | Dentist in Dallas TX, Dr. Robert Mitchell Shares Facts About Bleeding Gums

July 19, 2017

Dentist in Dallas TX, Dr. Robert Mitchell Talks About Bleeding Gums


Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss your teeth?  Or worse…do they bleed when you eat certain foods? While bleeding gums or gum sensitivity is not uncommon, the condition, known as gingivitis is typically a sign of more serious underlying oral health issues.  Left untreated, the bleeding gums, or gingivitis can even progress to more complex conditions like periodontal disease that could lead to the loss of teeth. The bacteria associated with periodontal disease has also been associated with other illnesses like heart attacks, stroke, low birth weight babies, and Alzheimer’s Disease, just to name a few.   It can even complicate existing conditions like Diabetes.  Your oral health is directly connected to your overall health, that’s why it’s such a priority to us.


Treatment for bleeding gums centers on effective oral hygiene practices paired with comprehensive, routine dental care.


What Is the Condition Known As “Bleeding Gums”or Gingivitis?


If you have ever been brushing your teeth and seen a bit of pink when you rinsed out your mouth, this appearance of blood is not normal.  Healthy tissue does not bleed.   When your gums are consistently inflamed, bleeding, or are sensitive and swollen, you could be at risk for gum disease or other health issues.


When you have gingivitis, you may also notice other symptoms, such as bad breath, a bad taste in your mouth, redness or tenderness in your gums, and even receding gums.


What Causes Gum Sensitivity?


One of the primary causes of bleeding gums or gum sensitivity is the incomplete removal of plaque from the base of the teeth or gum line. Not eliminating this plaque allows bacteria to grow in your mouth, and at the gum line.  It even begins to migrate under the gums if it is not professionally removed.


If the plaque is still not removed, it can harden and form what is called tartar, which eventually causes a more progressive condition known as gum disease or periodontitis. This disease causes increased gum bleeding, foul breath, bone loss, shifting of your teeth, and eventually toothloss.


While plaque buildup is the most common cause of bleeding gums, there are other causes as well. Excessive bleeding in your gums may indicate a bleeding disorder, leukemia, scurvy, vitamin K deficiency, or other systemic conditions.


Additionally, brushing too hard, ill-fitting dental restorations, and improper flossing can also cause your gums to bleed.  Any bleeding should be checked by a dental professional and not left to chance!



What Are Some Ways to Treat Bleeding Gums?


Appropriate oral hygiene practices are the best way to prevent and treat bleeding gums or gingivitis. To maintain good oral health,you should brush your teeth with a soft-bristle toothbrush after each meal.Flossing daily or even twice a day is also a recommended practice.  Using an antibacterial mouthwash also helps.


In addition to great home care, you should also visit the dentist at least once every 6 months to have the plaque removed from your teeth and to get a comprehensive checkup.  It you have ANY signs of gum disease it is really important to see a dentist for a professional teeth cleaning every 3 months. Statistically it has been shown that it takes about 3 months for the bacteria that cause gum disease and bone loss to repopulate the mouth to a destructive level after a professional dental hygiene visit.  By having a professional dental hygiene visit every 3 months you have the best chance of staying healthy and keeping the bacteria under control.


If you’ve experienced any bleeding or sensitivity in your gums, or if it’s been longer than 3 months since your last dental hygiene visit, give us a call today.  We will find an appointment that works with your schedule.  Don’t leave your oral or overall health to chance.


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