Plano TX Cosmetic Dentist Implant Dentistry & Family Dental Services Announced

The leading Plano, Texas dental practice Millennium Dental, with appointments available at 972-491-2677, announced an expansion of the coveted general, cosmetic and restorative dentistry it is able to provide to help patients in the community maintain the most beautiful, healthy smile.

Plano, United States - September 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The award winning dental clinic Millennium Dental has announced an expansion of the popular general, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry services it is able to provide patients in Plano, Texas, and its surrounding areas.

More information is available at https://www.millenniumdds.com/.

The Millennium Dental is the most popular and highest rated dental practice in Plano, Texas, for its extensive experience helping patients of all ages in the community enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile with its proven range of preventive, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry at prices anyone can afford.

The dental practice has announced an expansion of the award winning dentistry it is able to provide, which includes all the routine cleanings, oral cancer screenings or periodontal treatments needed to help maintain peek oral health and the custom veneers, bridges, crowns, implants, dentures or teeth whitening to restore a white, functional smile patients can be confident about.

This industry leading range of general, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry is delivered by a team of friendly dental assistants and hygienists led by board certified dentist Dr. Jana Harrison who are known for combining the most gentle, individualized approach to dental care with a warm, welcoming environment to ensure a comfortable experience for each and every patient. More information at https://www.millenniumdds.com/porcelain-veneers/

The Millennium Dental team explains that “our practice is committed to dental excellence and superior patient care. We want to help each and every one of our patients experience the comfort and confidence that comes with a beautiful, healthy smile and our top priority, from the moment they walk through the door, is their comfort and satisfaction. We invite everyone to come discover the difference we can make in their life and why we’re Plano’s choice for dentistry.”

Appointments and consultations with Millennium Dental or more information on the complete range of dental services it is able to provide can be requested at 972-491-2677 or through the website link provided above along with multiple patient testimonials and before & after smile galleries showcasing its unique dentistry skill and patient care philosophy or a virtual tour of its offices conveniently located at 7705 San Jacinto Place, Ste. 400, Plano, Texas.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Jana Harrison
Organization: Millennium Dental
Address: 7705 San Jacinto Pl #400, Plano, TX 75024, United States

For more information, please visit https://www.millenniumdds.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 238628

Latest News

Cleric behind bombing in Indonesian capital goes on trial

Feb 21, 2018

JAKARTA, Indonesia — A key ideologue for Islamic State militants in Indonesia went on trial Thursday for ordering acts of terror including a 2016 suicide bombing and gun attack in Jakarta that killed eight people including four attackers. The radical cleric, Oman Rohman, popularly known as Aman Abdurrahman, was guarded by counterterrorism police as he waited in a holding cell for the trial to begin. He faces the death penalty if convicted. Police have described Adburrahman as the main Indonesian translator for IS propaganda and the spiritual leader of Jemaah Anshorut Daulah, a network of almost two dozen Indonesian extremist...

Year after Kim's killing, suspected masterminds evade trial

Feb 21, 2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Lost in the glare of North Korea's missile launches, rhetorical battles with Washington and charm offensive at the Winter Olympics, two women stand accused of a crime that could send them to the gallows — the stunning assassination of Kim Jong Un's estranged half brother. It's a crime the young Southeast Asian women almost certainly had a part in — possibly without even knowing it. But just as certainly, the slaying of Kim Jong Nam one year ago Tuesday must have required a bigger cast of characters. People who could do the meticulous planning, procure the...

IS-linked militant in Indonesia gets 7 years in prison

Feb 21, 2018

JAKARTA, Indonesia — A court sentenced the leader of an Islamic State group-affiliated militant network in Indonesia to seven years in prison on Monday for involvement in smuggling guns from the southern Philippines. Presiding Judge Siti Jamzanah said it was proven that Zainal Anshori "committed a criminal act of terrorism." She said the 43-year-old, his brother Zainal Hasan, who on Monday was sentenced to five years prison, and another militant traveled to a town in northern Sulawesi closest to the Indonesian border with the southern Philippines to collect a cache of weapons including automatic rifles. Court documents said Anshori also...

Indonesia bus crash kills 27; police say brakes failed

Feb 21, 2018

JAKARTA, Indonesia — A packed tourist bus returning from an outing collided with a motorbike and plunged from a hill on Indonesia's main island of Java after its brakes apparently malfunctioned, killing at least 27 people, police said Sunday. At least 18 others were hospitalized with injuries, some in critical condition, following the crash Saturday on a winding slope in Subang in West Java province, said local police chief Muhammad Joni. Television footage showed police, soldiers and medical personnel evacuating the victims from the upside-down bus, which was carrying more than 40 local tourists. The bus was headed for Tangerang,...

Study: Extremists still flourishing in Indonesia's prisons

Feb 21, 2018

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia's overcrowded prisons are ill-equipped to deal with Islamic militant inmates, hampering efforts to prevent the spread of violent radicalism in institutions that have become known as jihadist breeding grounds, a study has found. The research by University of Indonesia psychologists, which adds to years of warnings by experts, found that prison staff lack the ability to identify "high-risk" prisoners who could recruit other inmates because they're given limited information and little specialist training. Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim-majority nation, has arrested and imprisoned hundreds of Islamic militants in a crackdown that followed an attack on...

Sign up now!