It has been my distinct pleasure to know and work with Dentists Who Care on two occasions as one of their speakers. With what they do for the indigent children of the Rio Grande Valley, they truly live up to my favorite quote: “The greatest good you can do for another is not just share your riches, but to reveal to them their own”. Besides taking care of these children dentally, they are teaching them to share the gift of giving when they responsible adults.
Linda L. Miles

CEO Linda Miles and Associates

It’s hard to imagine an organization in dentistry more rooted in its commitment to helping others. I’m personally proud of your contributions and recognize you as a model organization in our profession.
Dr. Steven L. Rasner

When I first heard of this organization our building was not up to date on the electrical components the mobile unit needed to make this possible; with the help of my supervisor, the building was equipped to make DWC happen for us. Dentists who care have seen around 140 patients in the last year alone. My wish is for them to continue these great services and for them to keep changing people’s lives and smiles.

Daisy Garces Vela
CRC Coordinator
Progreso Community Resource Center


You have probably heard of Gingivitis and know that it is a mild disease of the gums that can be reversed through professional treatment. What you may not know is that if Gingivitis is left untreated, it can become a very serious gum disease called Periodontitis. When you have Periodontitis, plaque and bacteria have developed below the gums, collecting in pockets next to the roots of your teeth. If severe enough, you could even lose a tooth, or many of your teeth. At (company name) we offer treatments to help repair Periodontitis and hopefully prevent the loss of your teeth.


Invisalign is a comfortable alternative to braces.  Like braces, you will gradually have your teeth adjusted through gently applied pressure, but unlike braces, you will not have to give up popcorn, candy, gum, or any of your favorite foods!  With Invisalign, you wear clear, customized appliances called aligners.  The aligners are almost undetectable and can be popped in and out easily, virtually eliminating any interference to your daily life.  Every few weeks, you will receive a new set of aligners that will move your teeth ever so slightly, until at the end of treatment, your teeth will be exactly where they should be.  

Cosmetic Dentistry


  • Invisalign Orthodontics
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Cosmetic Smile Enhancement
  • Tooth Colored Composite Fillings
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    Restorative Dentistry


  • Veneers
  • Dentures/Partials
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Dental Implants
  • Crowns/Bridges
  • Laser Gum Treatments
  • TMJ Treatment
  • Occlusal Guards
  • Sleep Apnea Appliances
  • Snore Guard Appliances
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