Specialty Dentistry in Dallas, TX

Dental problems shouldn’t have to be suffered through in silence. Instead, find the support, respect, and quality dental care you need here at Allheart Dental. Our dental team works hard to foster an environment that pairs warmth and convenience with specialized skills that can help patients of all ages enjoy happier, healthier smiles. We welcome entire families

Our specialty dentistry services include:

Children's Dentist Dallas

We see kids of all ages – from infants and toddlers to young children and teenagers. Here in Dallas, TX, we have several amenities for kids at our dental office:

  • Kids’ Area in Lobby
  • Ipads with Pre-loaded Games
  • Cartoons in Treatment Room
  • Nitrous Oxide Sedation in Treatment Room
  • Pillows & Blankets
  • Surprise Toys After Visit

Root Canals

Although root canal treatment has earned something of a scary reputation over the years, the truth is that it can often be one of the best ways to relieve pain and swelling inside the mouth caused by cavities and a saving grace for patients who are struggling with severely decayed or damaged teeth. This transformative procedure can bring these teeth back from the brink of extraction and instead restore them to full health, allowing you to maintain a fully natural smile.

Gum Disease Treatment

Did you know that today, nearly 70% of the population suffers from some level of gum disease (also known as periodontal disease), but only 3 out of 100 will get treatment before it’s too late?


In the very first stages of gum disease, gingivitis, you may notice redness, swelling, bleeding of the gums, and maybe bad breath. Gingivitis is the only stage that is reversible with daily brushing, flossing, and regular cleaning. Left untreated, it can escalate to a more chronic, serious bacterial infection.


Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom teeth (also known as your third molars) are the last permanent teeth to grow in – in fact, most patients typically don’t experience their eruption until they’re anywhere from 17-25 years old. These teeth commonly erupt only partially or completely set in the jaw, causing them to become impacted as they develop, which could be damaging to your teeth alignment.


Here at Allheart Dental, our Dallas dentists strive to do whatever we can to ensure that our patients feel comfortable and satisfied with the state of their smiles. However, this can be difficult for patients who have lost several teeth. Thankfully, dentures are an inexpensive and reliable option that can restore both your smile and your sense of self-confidence.