Dr. John and Daniel Scott, DDS
Cedar Creek Smiles in Seven Points, TX
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Cedar Creek Smiles in Seven Points Blvd, TX

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(903) 432-2292
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Dr John Loar Seven Points TX dentist

American Dental Association

American Orthodontic Society

International Association for Orthodontics

American Academy of Implant Dentistry

Dr. Daniel W. Scott Seven Points TX dentist

Undergraduate at Baylor University in Waco

Doctor of Dental Surgery at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas

Medical/Dental mission trip to Panama


Free Orthodontic Evaluation - and treatment available with monthly payments as low as $108 per month with approved credit through CareCredit.
Special: Free CT 3D X-ray with Implant Consult - $250 Value

Seven Points TX dentist Dr. Loar

We are a family dental practice dedicated to caring for patients with personalized service delivered in a "glad to see you" atmosphere. Our mission is to care for people of all ages using the latest treatment techniques, sterilization procedures and educational methods to deliver the finest dentistry available. We take pride in being a team of well-trained, skilled, loving dental professionals who provide gentle care that makes each appointment a unique, comfortable experience for our patients.

Dr. Loar w/ kids 1
Pre-school visits the Office for Dental Care Instruction!!

Dr. Loar demonstrates brushing and home care to the Mabank
pre-school children - "This is what it is all about - helping the kids learn early good oral home care"

When to start dental checkups?

Care of children's teeth begins in early infancy: Fluoride supplements are given to babies who have no fluoride in their water beginning at age six months; babies should not be put to sleep with a bottle to prevent nursing bottle tooth decay; infants' teeth should be wiped clean daily and then brushed when the child is a year of age; and excessive intake of candy and other sticky snacks that promote tooth decay should be avoided.

Routine dental care in the dentist's office should begin at the age of three years. Many parents going to the dentist take along their toddlers to familiarize the little ones with the routine. Nevertheless, many perfectly normal three-year-olds will not allow the dentist to examine them. An attempt should be made, however. Some children may need to see a dentist before the age of three -- they include children with dental decay, children with trauma to a tooth from a fall or other injury, or any child whenever the parent or pediatrician has concerns about the child's teeth.

We offer an office atmosphere which is comfortable and caring for children.