Clinical excellence. Superb patient care.
Welcome. We’re glad you’re here.
Uptown Park Dental is a private, doctor-owned dental practice, which means that we are not owned or controlled by a big corporate chain. Our doctors are free to practice honest, personal dentistry that our patients want and need.
Here you’ll find accomplished, experienced dental practitioners. You’ll also find integrity, quality and a genuine focus on you, the patient.
Our dental office is full-service, offering modern digital equipment, a super-friendly staff and a lifetime suite of dental services to meet your oral health needs. Our location and appointment hours are convenient too, and we’ll always do our best to fit in a dental emergency.
Just give us a call to schedule your next dental appointment. Our team of professionals is available and ready to serve you.
We’re open Monday through Saturday and we’ll always do our best to see you promptly.
Better prices means value to our patients.
Modern imaging for accurate evaluations.
Full Service Dentistry
General & cosmetic dentistry, together with orthodontics and oral surgery- all in one convenient location!
Super Convenient Hours
Morning and evening appointments typically available.
Visit our new office in Winrock Town Center, next door to Mattress Firm. You can shop before and/or after your appointment!
Meet Our Team
Our team of licensed dental health professionals is dedicated to providing clinical excellence together with compassionate patient care.
- General Dentistry
- Hygiene/Teeth Cleaning
- Dental Exam & Digital X-rays
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Teeth Whitening
- Oral Surgery
- Root Canal
- Dental Implants
- Orthodontics - Traditional Braces & Invisalign®
- Orthodontic services provided by licensed general dentists
Our Newest Posts
Here are some interesting posts regarding your dental health!
The baby boomer generation will be the first where the majority will maintain their natural teeth over their entire lifetime, having benefited from water fluoridation and fluoride toothpastes. Over the past 10 years, the number of adults missing all ...
Even though tooth decay—or cavities—has been on the decline for the past 30 years, it is still one of the most common chronic diseases for kids from age 6 to 19. Protect your child’s teeth by following the tips below: Have your child drink tap ...