Annie C. Wilson Prosthodontics is your Arlington prosthodontist, providing advanced dental services that include crown and bridgework, veneers, dentures, partial dentures, implant restoration, sleep apnea treatment, and aesthetic restorations. We are located at 908 W. Mitchell Street in Central Arlington. Missing tooth replacement and restoration is our specialty, with careful emphasis on ensuring that your occlusion, or bite, is correct for the function of your restoration.
“We build personal relationships with each patient, taking the time to explain treatment plans, discuss options for the best course of treatment, and get to know you as an individual.”
Annie C. Wilson, DDS formed Annie C. Wilson Prosthodontics after joining the practice of her father, Frank W. Wilson, DDS, a general dentist who has been practicing since 1974. She continues to work with him in her new practice, at the same office location. With well-equipped treatment rooms facing an attractive outdoor garden area, our facilities are warm, inviting, and comfortable.
At Annie C. Wilson Prosthodontics, we build personal relationships with each patient, taking the time to explain treatment plans, discuss options for the best course of treatment, and get to know you as an individual. Unlike large corporate dental practices that are driven by profits and a one-treatment-fits-all approach, we focus on providing the highest quality dental care, with your long-term oral health as our highest priority.
About Annie C. Wilson, DDS
Dr. Wilson is a member of the American College of Prosthodontists. She holds a Doctorate in Dentistry and a Master of Science in Oral Biology from Baylor College of Dentistry, as well as a Certificate of Prosthodontics earned through her residency, which was also completed at Baylor College of Dentistry. She is licensed by the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners to practice dentistry. Prior to beginning her education in dentistry, she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art from Austin College in Sherman, Texas, where she focused on photography. In her free time, Dr. Wilson enjoys running and doing yoga. She has completed many half marathons, and regularly practices yoga to stay focused and healthy. Dr. Wilson also loves tending to her vegetable garden, spending time with her dog and cats, and knitting — especially socks. Visit the office on a cold day, and you just might find her sporting her handiwork.