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Dr Kathryn Jodry DDS description

Leading family dentist, Dr. Kathryn Jodry, has been providing affordable dental care in Richardson, Texas and the surrounding area for over 20 years.

  • Do you suffer from dental anxiety?
  • Do you have a low threshold for pain?
  • Are you afraid of needles or other dental tools?
  • Have you been putting off seeing the dentist because of a previous dental experience?

Dr. Jodry is a cosmetic and sedation dentist, who strives to make sure every patient feels comfortable and enjoys a relaxing dental visit. With over 20 years of experience, she understands that each patient’s needs are unique and she is able to cater to adults and children with complex dental issues.

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About Dr Kathryn Jodry DDS

Type: Dental clinic
Languages spoken: English

Dental services

  • Emergency Dental Services
  • General Dentistry
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Sedation Dentistry
  • Restorative Care
  • Periodontal Care

Contact Dr Kathryn Jodry DDS

Country: United States
Address: Richardson, 1001 Buckingham Rd # 100, Richardson, TX 75081
Telephone: (972) 235-6752
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Excerpt: To remove tooth decay, some dentists use air abrasion, which is a practical substitute for drills. What is the Air Abrasion Technique? During the air abrasion process, a tool that functions like a small sandblaster literally sprays away decay. A thin particle stream is pointed at the decayed or stained areas of a tooth. These particles consist of aluminum oxide, silica, or a baking soda mixture. They are directed toward the surface of the tooth either by gas or compressed air running through a handheld dental accessory. Decay on the surface of the tooth is eliminated once touched by the particle stream and sucked through a fine vacuum tube. How Safe is Air Abrasion? The only preparations necessary prior to the use of air abrasion are protective goggles to protect the patient’s eyes from any backlash of the spray. A rubber dam or protective resin of s

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