Dear SpringCrest Family,

Your health and well-being continue to be our top priority and we have been following the current CDC and ADA guidelines to ensure our office exceeds the standards set-forth by these organizations. Education is power and we are thankful that we have reputable resources available to ensure our team and patients stay healthy.  Our office is currently open and offering  regular business hours.  We want to reassure our patients some of the additional precautions we have taken to keep our team and patients well.

**Per Dallas county mandate, all patients will be Required to wear a face mask till they are taken back to their designated dental operatories.

**Per our standard protocol, any and all patients who are exhibiting cold or flu like symptoms; cough, sore throat or fever, will be rescheduled. We appreciate all of the patients who have called us BEFORE their appointments to alert us if they are feeling under the weather.

** We kindly ask that if you recently have returned from travel from another country or were recently on a cruise, you call our office BEFORE your appointment. Dr. Lim will make the determination if it would be best to post-pone your dental visit depending on your origin of travel.

**Our reception area, and check-in and check-out areas, and doorknobs are being wiped down a minimum of three times a day using PD care wipes, which is what we use to disinfect our dental operatories. Coronavirus being an enveloped virus, makes it one of the easier one to kill which is why Lysol or Clorox is equally effective, but we want to go the extra mile to ensure complete cleanliness in these frequently used areas.

**Current patients will be manually checked in by one of our lovely front desk girls. The computer fast-check in will only be required for new patients or patients who have not been in our office for over a year. If new patient paperwork is preferred please let us know.

**One thing we LOVE about SpringCrest Dental is that we have a one-on-one approach with our patients, which means that our reception area is rarely full of people. W e ask that if you want to bring a guest to your visit, it is limited to one person so that they can accompany you into the operatory to help ensure our reception area has minimal traffic. We are also offering patients the option to wait in their car till it’s their turn to be taken back to their dental operatory after check-in. This is our form of “social distancing” and we find it to be very effective.

**Our clinical team continues to operate and follow OSHA universal precaution standards. This means that we treat EVERYONE as if they had a communicable disease. All of our team follows infection control guidelines strictly and we have been fortunate to have a sufficient supply of all personal protective equipment to include, masks, gloves and appropriate barriers.  All gloves, masks and barriers are changed between EVERY patient seen.

*Our entire team has watched the most current Coronavirus training video released by the Texas Dental Association which outlines information about the virus, protective measures, and how we can play a role in ensuring our office stays free from infection.

*Our welcome and good-bye when you come for your visit may be a wave or a friendly elbow bump as we want to do everything possible to minimize, if not eliminate hand-to-hand contact. We assure you it’s equally genuine and we are just as happy to see you!

*Thankfully, our entire team and their families have remained healthy, and we all understand that should one of us develop signs and symptoms of illness, to not report to work.

Our commitment to you is that should we perceive even a slight health risk that could adversely impact our patients or our team, we will notify you immediately.  SpringCrest Dental wants to set the precedent of staying calm in the midst of the storm and continue to provide THE best care to our patients. Please feel free to call or email with any questions. Stay well and have an amazing weekend!

Warmest Regards,
Dr. Dong Lim and the SpringCrest Dental Team
[email protected]

Welcome to SpringCrest Dental
Your Cedar Hill, TX Dentist.

Call us at 469-736-0111 today.

Here at SpringCrest Dental, we see our patients as a great joy and a great responsibility. We know that helping people have healthier mouths extends far beyond just how white their teeth are, and we know that our work is important. Family dentistry is the backbone of what we do here in Cedar Hill, TX, with services ranging from teeth cleanings to implants and clear aligners. We work hard to make sure that every visit is individualized to meet your needs.

The Best in Dental Technology

We offer the best in both dental technology and dental patient technology. What do we mean by that? Well, not only do we have the latest and greatest equipment for performing dental work, but we also have comfortable patient dental chairs and TV sets mounted on the ceiling for entertainment. What was potentially a boring dental visit will go by so fast you won't believe it when you are watching your favorite movie or show!

Our computerized fast check-in system is paperless, and easy to use. Our digital x-rays are over quickly while providing great results. We know that comfort is important and that your time is valuable.

Affordable Dentistry

If you are concerned about the cost of our dental care, give us a call. We work with every patient to make our services as affordable as possible. Both Care Credit and Lending Club are accepted here to give you a bit more time to pay off the bill. Other in-house financing options with flexible payment terms are available as well.

Extended hours allow us to serve you when you are available. We know that many people work 9 to 5, and having your dentist be open only during these hours makes it nearly impossible to go. However, you don't have to skip your visits to the dentist because you can't afford to take time off work. SpringCrest Dental opens early (at 7 a.m.) on Tuesdays, stays open late (until 7 p.m.) on Thursdays, and can even see you on some Saturdays!

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Join Us in Cedar Hill for Comfortable, Modern Dental Care with SpringCrest Dental

We know that you don't want to go to the dentist, but we promise to make it as easy, comfortable, and affordable as possible. Your smile will thank you for taking the time! We are now accepting new patients in Cedar Hill, TX, and surrounding areas, and look forward to hearing from you. Whether you want your teeth whitened or you need to deal with a persistent toothache, we can help you out.

Serving all areas of South Dallas including: Cedar Hill, De Soto, Duncanville, Mansfield, Midlothian, Red Oak, Glenn Heights, Ovilla, and Lancaster.

Dr. Dong Lim
Cedar Hill Dentist | SpringCrest Dental | 469-736-0111

824 E Belt Line Rd # 100
Cedar Hill, TX 75104


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Dear SpringCrest Dental Patients,

With people in our community talking about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) , we at SpringCrest Dental want to communicate that our office is currently open and seeing all patients.  We will continue to abide by all CDC and ADA guidelines in infection control and follow universal dental
sterilization techniques.

*Please feel free to contact our office directly with any questions or concerns

469-736-0111, THANK YOU*