Call 817-282-9321 or visit http://midcitiesdental.com/blog for more information about Dr. Kyle Eberlein DDS at Mid-Cities Dental. He helps you and your family with tooth or mouth pain, injured and broken teeth, broken bridges and replacements, dentures, dental implants and tooth whitening.
This series of videos shows you the different stages of removing and replacing a broken bridge. The patient also had an infection in a tooth root that was hidden under the bridge.
He had a previous root canal after the new bridge was installed in 2002 but in only one of the two roots. This infection has been untreated for 12 years, causing many health problems without an answer why they were occurring. Once the root canal was completed, the health problems eventually cleared up.
At Mid Cities Dental our mission is to cultivate lifelong relationships with you and your family members. We want to know, love and trust us as your most trusted adviser concerning your dental health.
We strive to provide you with a positive dental experience in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. Our modern technology helps make your visit simple and easy.
Our goal is to give you and your family the best dental care with the most advanced technologies at a price you can afford. In most cases, we can accept your dental insurance.
If you don’t have dental insurance, give us a call. We can work something out that insures you and your family receive the dental care that helps you and your family have healthy mouths and beautiful smiles.
A Fort Worth native, Dr. Kyle Eberlein graduated from the University Of Texas Health Science Center Of San Antonio in 1991. While serving 5 years in the U.S. Navy, he completed his residency at Portsmouth Naval Hospital. His training in emergency care and hospital dentistry was enhanced while completing 4 years of community health service in California.
Dr. Eberlein has been in private practice since 2000 and at Mid Cities Dental since 2002. Services provided by Dr. Eberlein at Mid Cities Dental include preventable and restorative dental care, orthodontics, implants and cosmetic procedures, root canals, dentures and non-surgical gum therapy.
Dr. Eberlein cultivates lifelong relationships with patients while becoming their most trusted adviser concerning dental health. He strives to provide a positive dental experience for every patient by combining his expert oral health knowledge with modern dental technology in a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere.
Dr. Eberlein earned his Eagle Scout as a teen and enjoys volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America. He is an avid runner and has completed over 25 Olympic and sprint triathlons. He lives in Grapevine with his wife Martha and their two children.
817-282-9321 Dr. Eberlein DDS uses the most advanced procedures to minimize your pain and maximize your comfort during dental procedures. For you to have a healthy mouth, it is important to remove all sources of infection. Dead teeth and infected gums and bone can poison your entire body.
Dr. Christina Mulcahy is originally from West Des Moines, Iowa where her parents reside currently. She attended Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI for her undergraduate studies and graduated in 2009. Following in her father and uncle’s footsteps she decided to attend University of Iowa College of Dentistry in Iowa City, IA.
Dr. Mulcahy enjoys all aspects of dentistry, but overall she loves interacting with the patients and building a relationship with them. She enjoys learning about new technology and procedures and is excited about the future of dentistry.
Dr. Mulcahy met her husband while studying at Marquette and they married in her hometown in July 2012. Her husband found an excellent job opportunity in Dallas, which brought them to the area in July 2013. Currently they are residing in Dallas enjoying the Katy Trail, delicious restaurant, and outdoor activities around their home.
Don’t wait for your dental health to decline. Come in for quarterly cleanings and check ups to insure your mouth is healthy and smile beautiful. When you neglect the health of your mouth, your mouth will become one of your most expensive areas to repair and heal.