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    Welcome to
    Palm Tree Dental

    We are proud to set the bar for excellence in dentistry in beautiful Ingleside. Our dentist in Ingleside tx believe in taking a compassionate and professional approach to dentistry; we’re on a mission to help you build your most healthy and happy smile, and we want to ensure that you are comfortable and informed every step of the way.

    Visit our Ingleside Dental office for a wide variety of services; we are proud to provide our patients with both routine checkups, cleanings, and x-rays as well as restorative care such as fillings, zoom teeth whitening, crowns or bridges, root canals, and more. We are also happy to provide service to both individuals who currently have dentures, as well as those who will soon be getting their first set.

    Dental Services

    Here at Palm Tree Dental are proud to offer a wide range of dental services in Ingleside to help you achieve your healthiest and happiest smile.

    Dr. Rabata

    Your Dentist in Ingleside

    Dr. Rabata welcomes you to Palm Tree Dental. We are here to help you achieve better oral health and to have a beautiful smile.

    I graduated from Texas A & M university with a bachelor of microbiology and completed my Dental degree at University of Texas at San Antonio. At Palm Tree Dental our practice is comprehensive. We see patients of all ages. What you should expect from me as a dentist is someone who is truly passionate about dentistry. There is no such thing as routine dentistry for me . Every procedure whether simple or complex will receive my utmost attention to detail. Your satisfaction in my work is something I take very seriously. We will try our best to make your visit as comfortable as possible. We would love to have you as our patient here.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • My teeth feel okay to me. Do I still require to visit a dentist?

      Even if your teeth may feel fine, it’s still crucial to visit the dentist frequently since issues sometimes develop without your knowledge. Your dentist can assist you in maintaining a beautiful, healthy smile. Your smile’s appearance is vital. You no longer have to put up with stained, chipped, missing, or deformed teeth thanks to advancements in dentistry.

    • How should I arrange my following checkup?

      Simply give our office a call! Your next dental examination can be scheduled at your convenience with the help of our front desk personnel. Please let us know if you are a new patient, and we will give you all the information you want for your first dental appointment.

    • How Old Should My Kid Be When I Start Bringing Them To The Dentist?

      Children should see a dentist for the first time no later than six months of age. Your child’s baby teeth will be coming in at this time, and your dentist can check the condition of the baby teeth. After the initial visit, make sure to plan follow-up appointments every six months.

    • What are Cavities?

      Small holes called cavities develop inside teeth as a result of tooth decay. Plaque accumulation on the tooth’s surface mixes with the sugars and carbohydrates in meals to cause cavities. This generates an acid that can erode the tooth enamel. Untreated cavities might result in more serious dental health issues down the road. By remembering to brush your teeth at least twice daily and floss at least once, you can avoid getting cavities.

    • What is Gum Disease?

      Gum disease, sometimes referred to as periodontal disease, is primarily brought on by plaque and bacterial buildup that is not treated when it is first noticed. The use of tobacco, smoking, alcohol some medications, chronic disease like diabetes and heredity are other factors that contribute to periodontal disease. The early stage of gum disease, gingivitis, is curable if found. If neglected, gingivitis can develop into gum disease. Advanced gum disease is a chronic illness that can eventually cause tooth and bone loss.

    • What Is a Dental Filling?

      After all of the dental decay has been removed, your dentist will fill the cavity with a filling made of synthetic material. Composites filling used at Palm Tree Dental to give a aesthetic natural tooth like appearance.

    • Do I Still Need Dental Checkups Every Six Months If I Have Braces?

      Yes! Those undergoing orthodontic treatment should really see their dentist more frequently. Food may become stuck in places with braces that your toothbrush can’t get to. This results in the accumulation of bacteria, which can cause gum disease, gingivitis, and cavities. To ensure that your teeth remain healthy and clean while wearing braces, your dentist will collaborate closely with your orthodontist.

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