Why Is It Better To Choose A Dentist With A Private Practice?

Lonestar Dental is a private dental practice located in Frisco, TX 75035, with a team of skilled and talented dentists committed to providing excellent dental care services to our patients in a comfortable, gentle environment. 

As a private dental practice, we treat one patient at a time. This means you get our undivided attention when you come for your appointment. We reserve this time slot, especially for you, so you won't have to worry about being rushed in and out. It's our goal to give you a personalized, comfortable experience where you can actually enjoy visiting the dentist – not dread it! This also means that we provide you with personal recommendations and solutions based on your unique needs. You won't just get a one-size-fits-all treatment plan here. Instead, we'll listen to you, evaluate your situation, and create a customized plan for you and your smile.

At Lonestar Dental, our patients are our top priority, and hence, we ensure that our patients are more likely to work with the same dentist every time, unlike corporate practices having rotating dentists on staff. With one dentist, patients can build trust and have all their dental needs met in one place by one trusted professional.

Lone Star Dental Care

A Reliable Dentist in Frisco and Plano


Lone Star Dental Care provides personalized, compassionate treatment to patients of all ages living in and around Frisco, Texas. Experienced family dentists Afshin Vahadi, DDS, and Vafa Mirshams, DDS, head up a team of experts who aim to deliver premium dental care for all tooth and gum health issues.


The practice offers comprehensive dental services at their brand new Frisco office that covers general, pediatric, and cosmetic dentistry, as well as orthodontic and periodontal treatments. They use the latest diagnostic and treatment technologies, including digital dentistry and state-of-the-art options such as the Pinhole Surgical Technique (PST®), laser periodontal surgery (LANAP®), KaVo NOMAD™ Pro 2 Intraoral X-ray, iTero® Element intraoral scanner, X-Guide® 3D imaging, tooth whitening using diode lasers, and Periolase® laser periodontal technology.


The Lone Star Dental Care team also uses the most advanced materials and products to deliver optimal results, including Invisalign® clear custom aligners and zirconium crowns. For patients who've lost one or more teeth, the team also offers implant dentistry services, including bone grafting, surgical implant placement, restoration with lifelike dental crowns, and partial and full implant dentures.

Dr. Vahadi, Dr. Mirshams, and their team make it a priority to stay up-to-date on the latest dental techniques and treatments. They constantly improve the level of care they provide by offering a variety of treatment options for excellent lifelong oral health. They also deliver expert children's dentistry from the age of six months, including fluoride treatments and dental sealants.

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Invisalign in Frisco, TX

Rather than using traditional metal braces, some patients can receive the straightening treatment from Invisalign in Frisco, TX! The aligners are made of clear BPA-free plastic and are custom-made to fit over the patient's teeth. They won't irritate your cheeks and gums. These aligners are also removable, so you can take them out to eat or to brush and floss your teeth. Patients must switch out the aligners every two weeks as their teeth gradually move into place! HOW DOES INVISALIGN IN FRISCO, TX, WORK? Before the procedure, your dentist will take a digital scan of your teeth using a 3D camera. This scan will be used to create customized aligners that fit comfortably over your teeth and gradually move them into place. You will need to wear these trays for a minimum of twenty to twenty-two hours a day and switch out the tray every two weeks for a new pair. These aligner trays are made out of clear plastic and are barely noticeable when worn.  WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF INVISALIGN IN FRISCO, TX? Comfort: Unlike braces, the aligners are smooth and won't irritate the inside of your mouth. They are also removable, so you can take them out when eating or drinking as you normally would without braces. Aesthetics: The clear aligner trays are almost invisible on your teeth! No one may even know that they are out unless you tell them. Convenience: You can remove the aligners during meals and while you brush your teeth. You don't have to worry about food getting stuck in your brackets and wires as you might with braces. Improved Oral Health: Straightening your smile can improve your dental health by reducing your risk for tooth decay, gum disease, or TMJ disorder. Personalized Treatment Plan: Your treatment can be customized to your unique needs and lifestyle. We will evaluate your teeth and jaw to determine the best possible course of orthodontic treatment for your unique mouth. Advanced Technology and Materials: We use the latest advances in 3-D computer technology to create customized aligners. We also use a specialized material that softens quickly in your mouth when you press it in, so it adapts to the shape of your smile for a comfortable fit. Shorter Treatment Time: The average course of treatment is about a year, which is much shorter than braces. Plus, you don't have to worry about getting uncomfortable metal wires tightened every few weeks. Instead, you just pop in a new set of aligners every two weeks or so until your treatment is complete. For the best dental care tailored to your unique needs, visit Lone Star Dental Care at 11500 State Highway 121, Suite 210, Frisco, TX 75035, or call (972) 779-6207. We look forward to helping you achieve a beautiful and healthy smile!

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Periodontal Treatments

Periodontal treatments are cleanings done in the presence of periodontal disease to remove plaque and tartar buildup. Periodontal disease, often referred to as gum disease is an infection of the tissues that hold your teeth in place. It's typically caused by poor brushing and flossing habits that allow plaque, a sticky film of bacteria, to build up on the teeth and harden. In advanced stages, periodontal disease can lead to sore, bleeding gums; painful chewing problems; and even tooth loss. At Lone Star Dental Care, periodontal treatments focus on improving the health of the gums. The most common method of periodontal treatment is scaling and root planing. Plaque and tartar are removed from beneath the gum line using this non-surgical treatment. Other advanced periodontal treatments include osseous surgery, bone grafting, gum grafting and guided tissue regeneration. PERIODONTAL MAINTENANCE Periodontal disease is a severe condition which with diligent home care and continued maintenance visits, we can help you treat your disease and prevent its return! Regular visits, every 3 to 4 months are essential for preventing and treating periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection that affects the gums, supporting bone, and tissue around your teeth. Bacteria form plaque, a sticky layer that adheres to your teeth, which, if not removed, will begin to eat away at your enamel, causing your gums to become inflamed and bleed. Eventually, your gums will start to pull away from your teeth, creating pockets and gaps where bacteria can hide. Some periodontal treatments we offer at Lone Star Dental Care: Perio Protect Perio Protect is a specialized type of periodontal treatment which is ideal for patients who suffer from mild to moderate gum disease. Perio Protect is a non-invasive procedure using a tray which is custom-fit to your mouth. The tray is filled with medication which treats the gums and eliminates bacteria. Osseous Surgery The osseous surgery treatment is a procedure which removes bacteria and infections from the supporting jawbone. This treatment is performed when the bone and gum tissue around the teeth is infected. This is typically performed with a local anesthetic to numb the area, allowing for a more comfortable procedure. The dentist removes the infected tissue from the jawbone and thoroughly cleans the affected area. A bone or gingival graft is used to place healthy bone or gum tissue at the removal site. A membrane may be placed over the area to help tissue heal and grow properly. The dentist may use PRF (platelet-rich fibrin) to stimulate bone and tissue growth. Bone Grafting Bone grafting is a surgical procedure which involves adding bone to an area of the jaw which has deteriorated due to advanced gum disease. Receding gums can cause the supporting bone to degenerate, eventually leading to tooth loss. A bone graft replaces lost bone and helps to rebuild and reinforce the structure of the jaw. Gum Grafting Gum grafting can be used to treat gum recession and gummy smiles. Gum grafting can also prepare your gums for dental implants. Though gum recession usually happens gradually, it can sometimes occur rapidly due to aggressive tooth brushing or the presence of gum disease. Guided Tissue Regeneration Guided tissue regeneration (GTR) is a procedure that stimulates bone and gum tissue regeneration. GTR works by using membranes to guide the growth of new bone and tissue during a process. Dental professionals often use GTR on patients who have lost teeth due to periodontal disease, employing it to regenerate healthy bone and gum tissue. GUM DISEASE AND OVERALL HEALTH Periodontal disease can cause more than just gum inflammation. It can also lead to serious health issues like heart disease. Moreover, gum disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss and can also lead to more serious health issues. It occurs when bacteria from plaque buildup around your gums. Gum disease can cause inflammation of gum tissue, which can trigger plaque and bacteria buildup. This buildup can eventually lead to gum recession, which can then lead to the exposure of the tooth’s root surface. This means bacteria can reach the tooth’s root and begin to cause infection.   For the best dental care tailored to your unique needs, visit Lone Star Dental Care at 11500 State Highway 121, Suite 210, Frisco, TX 75035, or call (972) 779-6207.

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General & Preventive Dentistry

General dentistry is a dental specialty which focuses on preventing, diagnosing, and treating common oral diseases. In short, general dentists specialize in preventive care like cleanings, X-rays, and sealants. While general dentistry primarily focuses on preventative care, our dentists at Lone Star Dental Care also diagnose and treat dental conditions like cavities, gum disease, and malocclusion. Preventive dentistry is an essential part of any family’s dental routine and is usually divided into two main categories: at-home and in-office dental care. Patients should strive to brush and floss their teeth twice daily, and limit their sugar intake at home. Patients should get their teeth cleaned and examined every six months with in-office care. PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY Pediatric dentistry is the field of dentistry that focuses on the oral health of children. A child’s first dental visit should occur within six months of the eruption of the first tooth and no later than the child’s first birthday. Starting dental visits early will make your child more likely to have a positive experience. We strive to provide a fun, non-threatening environment for children. Our dentists are compassionate and understanding, helping to put you and your child at ease. ROOT CANAL THERAPY When a tooth becomes infected, a root canal may be necessary. Root canal therapy is a process that involves removing the infected or inflamed pulp tissue from a tooth. The pulp contains blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissue which can become irritated or infected when tooth decay penetrates through the tooth's surface. Once the pulp tissue has been removed, the canal is cleaned and sealed. A dental crown is frequently recommended to protect the tooth from fracturing in the future. SEDATION DENTISTRY Sedation dentistry uses sedation methods to help patients relax during dental procedures. While patients remain conscious and aware during sedation dentistry, they do feel calm and relaxed. Sedation dentistry is often used for patients with dental anxiety, a strong gag reflex, or difficulty getting numb for treatments like root canal therapy. TOOTH EXTRACTION Tooth extraction may be necessary if your tooth is severely damaged and cannot be repaired. Tooth extraction may also be recommended if your tooth is impacted, such as being trapped beneath your gum or severe crowding in your teeth. Tooth extraction is also often a treatment option for wisdom teeth.  TOOTH REPLACEMENT Tooth replacement is using dental implants, bridges, or dentures to replace missing teeth. All of these options can restore the appearance of your smile and allow you to speak and eat normally. Tooth replacement can also significantly improve your long-term oral health. Replacing missing teeth is essential to your facial appearance. As teeth become lost, they can cause your cheeks to sag and your face to look older. Tooth replacement procedures also restore your ability to eat and speak properly. WISDOM TEETH EXTRACTION Wisdom teeth, often referred to as 3rd molars, are the last teeth to develop and erupt in the mouth. Most patients need to have their wisdom teeth removed to prevent overcrowding, impaction, and other complications.  Wisdom teeth extraction is an oral surgery which can be more invasive than a routine extraction. Following the procedure, it is imperative you focus on rest and recovery for a minimum of 24 hours.     For the best dental care, visit Lone Star Dental Care at 11500 State Highway 121, Suite 210, Frisco, TX 75035, or call (972) 779-6207.

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The dental technology available today is leaps and bounds ahead of what it was ten years ago. There are many advanced dental technologies in the market which the dentists at Lone Star Dental Care use daily to treat their patients. Ranging from digital x-ray machines to bacteria eliminating lasers, these innovations enable the dentists to perform superior and more efficient treatments as well as improve a patient’s overall experience while in the dental chair. Dental technologies encompass a wide range of tools, equipment, and procedures that enhance the overall comfort of patients, streamlining dental processes, and improving the accuracy of methods. X-GUIDE X-Guide helps the dentists at Lone Star Dental Care diagnose oral health issues while in the early stages. X-Guide can detect cavities, bone degeneration, and even enamel erosion. It can also identify and measure gum recession. X-Guide combines a wand with an optical scanner. This wand has an attached camera which captures and illuminates your teeth. The optical scanner measures the fluorescence in your teeth, helping us detect cavities, plaque, tartar, bacteria, and other substances. LANAP LASER DENTISTRY The LANAP protocol uses laser dentistry to treat advanced gum disease. With the LANAP approach, patients will receive treatment without the use of scalpels, incisions, or stitches. This procedure is much less invasive and more comfortable than mainstream treatments of the past. KAVO NOMAD PRO 2 The NOMAD Pro 2 is a state-of-the-art CAD/CAM intraoral scanner that allows for customized treatments for patients. The scanner captures highly detailed images and registers them with a computer. The result is an exact 3D model of the patient’s smile. The 3D image can be manipulated to show the patient what their future smile will look like. I-CAT The i-CAT Cone Beam 3D Imaging System is a state-of-the-art system that allows the dentists to get a complete 3D image of your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways, and supporting bone. The scan is immediately uploaded to the computer, allowing our doctors to instantly visualize the proper size, position, and angle of dental implant placement. The i-CAT allows our doctors to provide precise implant placement accompanied by more aesthetic results. ITERO SCANNING iTero scanning is a state-of-the-art digital scanning system which reveals individual layers of the tooth in high definition. Intraoral scanning gives us a detailed look into your mouth. This technology offers treatment planning capabilities which are not available with traditional 2D X-rays. With iTero scanning, we can see the entire tooth and its roots from any angle, which helps us determine the best treatment plan. With this model, we can plan your treatment digitally, create customized appliances, and monitor your progress. Intraoral scanning is fast, simple, and painless. Our iTero scanner can capture your whole mouth in less than five minutes.    Visit Lone Star Dental Care at 11500 State Highway 121, Suite 210, Frisco, TX 75035, or call (972) 779-6207 for the best dental care.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry encompasses a variety of treatments and services designed to improve the look, feel, and function of your smile. At Lone Star Dental Care, from minor teeth whitening to major procedures, including full mouth reconstruction, cosmetic dentistry enables our doctors to address a wide range of common cosmetic dental concerns. COSMETIC GUM SURGERY Cosmetic gum surgery includes procedures which can reshape the gum line, such as crown lengthening or gum grafting. A gummy smile can make teeth appear shorter; cosmetic gum surgery corrects the appearance of a gummy smile, allowing the teeth look more proportional in size. IMPLANT DENTISTRY Dental implants are often considered the best treatment option for replacing missing or broken teeth. They provide several benefits over alternative treatments, such as bridges and partials.  They are a permanent, natural-looking option which can be used to replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. An implant crown is attached to the implant post. Implants are durable and long-lasting and may require only occasional adjustments. IMPLANT DENTURES Dental implants are small titanium posts that replace the root of your missing tooth. This post is surgically implanted into your jawbone under the gum tissue. The jaw bone grows around this post, securing it in place so it can function as the root of a healthy tooth. This implant post acts as the foundation for your implant or denture. The denture or partial denture snaps onto the implant post via an abutment. The denture or partial denture can be removed for easy cleaning and maintenance. PINHOLE SURGICAL TECHNIQUE The Pinhole Surgical Technique is a minimally invasive option for treating gum recession. The technique does not utilize a scalpel or sutures. Instead, it uses special tools to loosen the gum tissue and reposition it over the receded part of the tooth. PORCELAIN VENEERS Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of durable porcelain which cover the front of the tooth structure. They are custom-made from a digital scan of your teeth and gums. They are then affixed to the front of your teeth using special dental bonding agent . TEETH WHITENING Teeth whitening is an innovative dental procedure designed to whiten and brighten stained or discolored teeth. A tooth is white when it is completely covered with enamel. The tooth's natural color comes from dentin underneath the enamel. Teeth whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental treatments because it can significantly improve the appearance of a person's smile. TOOTH-COLORED FILLINGS Tooth-colored fillings are dental restorations which fill small cavities and repair minor defects in the tooth structure. This type of filling is made from a durable composite resin material which blends in with your tooth’s natural hue. Tooth-colored fillings are strong and durable and can last many years if you maintain good oral hygiene habits.   Cosmetic Dentistry is the field of dentistry focused on improving the appearance of your teeth, gums, and bites. To learn more about the advantages of cosmetic dentistry, visit Lone Star Dental Care at 11500 State Highway 121, Suite 210, Frisco, TX 75035, or call (972) 779-6207.

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Orthodontics is a particular division of dentistry which focuses on the prevention and correction of irregularities of the teeth in patients of all ages. Orthodontic treatment generally entails straightening crooked teeth or the correcting of a poor bite, or malocclusion. Most patients seek orthodontic care at Lone Star Dental Care to improve their teeth’s appearance as well as function. BRACES Traditional metal braces are the standard form of fixed orthodontic appliances used to treat most orthodontic conditions. Metal brackets are bonded to the front of the teeth and are connected by a wire. Traditional braces are the most economical form of orthodontic treatment. INVISALIGN Invisalign clear aligners are removable and virtually invisible. Clear aligners are comfortable to wear and do not require dietary restrictions. Invisalign is made of BPA-free plastic material free of latex and even gluten. Because Invisalign aligners are removable, they can be easily cleaned allowing for patients to continue with their regular preventative home care with ease. How Does Invisalign Work? Invisalign is a tooth straightening treatment using a series of clear aligners to straighten teeth. The dentist uses 3D computer imaging technology to create a treatment plan for straightening the teeth. Each set of aligners are worn for 20 hours a day for approximately one week. They are then switched out for the next set. Each set is slightly different, moving the teeth one step closer to the projected end result. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign aligners can be removed. This makes cleaning the teeth and eating your favorite foods a piece of cake!   Orthodontic treatment is the process of straightening or moving the teeth to improve their appearance and functionality. To discover more about the benefits of orthodontics treatments, visit Lone Star Dental Care at 11500 State Highway 121, Suite 210, Frisco, TX 75035, or call (972) 779-6207.

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