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Dr. Maria Fuentes, DDS

Pediatric Dentist

Professional statement

Maria Fuentes is a pediatric dentist serving the community of Carrollton, TX. Dr. Fuentes attended the National Autonomous University of Mexico, where she received her dental degree. She completed her Phd in dentistry from the Texas A&M University, Baylor College of Dentistry. She received her certificate in pediatric dentistry from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Fuentes is a part of Tooth Castle. Patients see her for a variety of reasons, including crowns, filings, braces consultations, pediatric dental cleanings, and caries risk assessment. Dr. Fuentes speaks English and Spanish. Her awareness of these different languages makes her accessible to patients from a variety of cultural backgrounds. During her consultations, Dr. Fuentes explains patients’ conditions and helps them choose an appropriate treatment plan. She helps patients receive the treatment they need.

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Specialties

  • Pediatric Dentist

Practice names

Education and training

  • Dental School - National Autonomous University of Mexico, Doctor of Dental Surgery
  • Texas A&M University, Baylor College of Dentistry, PhD in Dentistry
  • University of Connecticut, Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry

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Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Provider's gender

Female

NPI number

1255361143

Office locations

Tooth Castle

2001 East Beltline Rd

Carrollton, TX 75006

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I took my 7-year-old daughter to the dentist as she been having some cavities and some of her baby teeth aren’t falling off. By the time she was done with her the end result was like you need to remove 8teeth’s, have to do 4 root canals, some space filling and crowning work. And remember kids at this age have only 20 teeth’s and aren’t permanent. The whole experience felt like going to an auto shop to do an oil change and then the auto shop gives you a list of items you need to fix for the car to run which aren’t necessary as your car is running fine. And the auto shop makes it look very serious for the health and running of the car. Rather than giving me a solution to help reduce cavities and maintain a good oral health with a regular checkup. Her option was to reconstruct every tooth in a 7-year-old. Basically, remove 8 and do 4 root canals. I am sure they maybe fine suggestion but personally too much for a 7-year-old who’s going to have those teeth’s only for few more years. I picked this doctor thinking she was a Paediatric Dental specialist for kids. I should have picked a well-reviewed dentist. So I wouldn’t recommend her to anyone.
More than 1 year ago
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