We hope our commitment to personalized dental care is evident to each patient. Our dentist in Midlothian wants to build a trusting relationship that ensures every visit is comfortable, pleasant, and maybe even fun! We hope you’ll soon be calling us friends!
While Dr. Jaramillo is among the highest-rated and most qualified dentists in the southern Dallas area, that is not the only reason patients love him. They rave about how gentle he is. While sitting on his chair, patients feel so relaxed and comfortable that they often fall asleep!
We understand that dentistry can be expensive. We want every patient to attain a healthy mouth, therefore; whether filing insurance, arranging a payment plan (CareCredit and Wells Fargo) or sequencing treatment, we work hard to help you afford care.
Our love of dentistry benefits our patients. We truly love this stuff! Because we can’t help ourselves, we invest in the best, latest and greatest dentistry has to offer. CEREC- one-visit crowns and the 3D CT imaging system are two of our favorites.
When you visit our dental office, you are our priority. You won’t be sitting in line in a waiting room. We dedicate time just for YOU! Our entire team is handpicked for their skill, knowledge, professionalism, and caring attitude.
Our dental practice has been serving the Midlothian community and surrounding metroplex for over 25 years. We provide expertise to all of our patients from a scheduled cleaning to an advanced treatment. Our mission is to ask every patient “What is your Why?” to make sure we understand our patients’ goal behind their smile. We provide the best diagnosis and treatment that dentistry has to offer. This allows us to work together to formulate a plan that is best for YOU.
Dr. Jaramillo was born in Port Lavaca, Texas, and grew up in Victoria, Texas. Dr. Jaramillo earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from The University of Texas at Arlington. He then completed dental school and obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) degree at Texas A&M University College of Dentistry, formerly known as Baylor College of Dentistry.