We’re so happy you’ve chosen Garland Grove Dentistry as your new dental home! Dr. Jung and his team look forward to welcoming you to our extended dental family.

First impressions matter, and we go above and beyond to ensure that your first experience with us is stress-free and comfortable. If you’re used to visiting large dental practices, we think you’ll be delighted with our personalized, attentive approach. 

Scheduling Your First Appointment

We are open Monday through Thursday from 8 AM to 5 PM. When you’re ready to schedule, please call us at (972) 272-3585 and speak to a helpful member of our dental care team.

Or, also save yourself the call and request an appointment using our online contact form.

Dental Forms We Need

Before Dr. Jung can treat you, he has to understand what your needs are and how we can provide you with the safest, most appropriate dental care. The dental forms we ask you to fill out allow us to start to build your patient record that we will refer to every time we see you.

You’ll find the paperwork you need to complete on our forms page. We recommend that you download them and fill them out at home at your leisure. If you can’t complete the information beforehand, please plan to arrive 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled appointment.

Please also bring your photo ID and the insurance cards you plan to use.

Your First Dental Cleaning in Garland

We don’t keep our valued patients waiting, so we’ll take you back to your treatment room promptly at your appointed time. You’ll meet your dental hygienist who will introduce herself and ask you if you’re currently experiencing any dental problems. 

If you don’t have a current set of dental x-rays, we’ll update them to get the most recent information about your oral health. Your hygienist will check your teeth and gums to look for signs of cavities and gum disease. If there are issues we need to resolve, we will work with you to create a customized treatment plan.

In most cases, we’ll provide a comprehensive dental cleaning during your first visit. The exception would be if we find advanced gum disease that requires more in-depth treatment to resolve.

We'll Review Your Dental Benefits

When we know what your dental needs are and have a treatment plan in place, we’ll help you understand how your dental insurance benefits apply. If you’re uninsured, we’ll be happy to explain our financing options.