Arlington Medicaid Dentist

When you need affordable dental care for everyone in your family, come see us at South Texas Dental. Our philosophy is that everyone needs and deserves top quality dental care at affordable prices. Our team of caring dental professionals are here to help everyone in the family from tiny tots with their first teeth to mom and dad get the best dental care available. We accept Medicaid and CHIP program participants, as well as many other dental plans to make getting the oral care you need affordable.

Dental care is critical for your family’s health. Kids need routine dental care to protect their teeth as they grow, helping them learn good oral hygiene habits to maintain beautiful, healthy smiles. Good oral hygiene is necessary for a lovely smile – it is also important for your overall health. Dental issues can affect speech, nutrition and are even linked to diabetes, stroke and other illnesses. Start caring for your family’s health today by scheduling a dental appointment at our Arlington South Texas Dental location.

Affordable Dental Care

Preventive dental care is the best way to make caring for your family’s teeth affordable. Most dental plans, including those offered through Medicaid and CHIP, cover cleanings and examinations. Bi-annual checkups can help deter cavities and gum disease that can lead to more expensive dental problems. Let our caring team of dental professionals help you maintain healthy smiles for your entire family with affordable dental care.

If you have MCNA or DentaQuest through Medicaid or CHIP, let us be your dental provider. You must choose us as your Main Dentist through your dental plan. You will need to list one of our Arlington locations and choose one of our dentists with your plan. Once we are listed as your Main Dentist, we can begin giving you excellent dental care. Contact one of our Arlington locations today if you have any questions on how to get started.

We Accept  
  •  Medicaid
  •  CHIP
  •  Most Insurance
  •  Cash
  •  Credit Cards
  •  CareCredit