Family Dentist

Welcome to Willow Chase Dentistry

A Family Dentist In Sango – New Patients Welcome!

When you choose a dental office, it’s important that you feel comfortable and relaxed from the moment you walk inside. At Willow Chase Dentistry, our team of dentists and dental professionals works hard to provide patients like you with high-quality care and a welcoming atmosphere. Whether you or your family is in need of a checkup and cleaning or more specialized procedures, you’ll get the individualized attention and pleasant experience you deserve.

Willow Chase Dentistry is a family practice, and happy to offer a variety of services to patients in Sango and throughout Montgomery County, including cleanings, periodontal treatment, cosmetic dentistry, crowns and bridges, dentures, implant-supported dentures, and dental implants. In addition, we know that many patients are less than thrilled about going to the dentist. In fact, some patients have experiences ranging from mild apprehension to major phobias. We offer minimal sedation with many of our procedures, making your office visit quicker, easier, and less stressful.

Schedule an appointment with our team of dental professionals today by calling (931) 919-2720, and get the smile you’ve always dreamed of.

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"I'm so happy to have found a dental practice that strives to provide excellent care for their patients. The office is clean and organized. Also, the hygienists and dentists are all extremely friendly and make what could be a nerve wrecking appointment into as comfortable an experience as possible."

"I love the staff here they are all friendly from the front office to the Dr's the assistants and hygiene department. They are always working to make sure you are comfortable and pain free while they are working on you."

"Very professional, relaxed atmosphere made me feel at home like I knew them all my life."

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