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Why Fort Worth Loves Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics

Elizabeth R.
My children love Dr.Mund. He’s a caring doctor that goes above and beyond to help his patients. The front staff is amazing as well and very informative. Needless to say that I will be looking for a new dentist. We found our dental home at Smile Ninja.
Alissa V.
They always take care of my kids and make them feel as comfortable as possible. They answer all my questions and explain everything well
Augustin&Erika R.
Office and dental staff was by far the nicest and helpful staff ever!! My son was more than comfortable in their office. I’m so glad I took my son there.
Aliya V.
Very friendly, cleanliness and very communicative. The assistants were very friendly. The Dr was very friendly and explained everything he was gonna do and needed to be done. My children really enjoyed the experience.
Desirra I.
Smile ninja dental was very professional and front office was very nice. Great customer service. Would recommend.
Amber W.
Front office has always been great and the dentist too . My boys always feel comfortable and taken care of while visiting the dentist
Dolores F.
I absolutely loved my experience here with my son! He loved it! Everyone was so nice and welcoming. I highly recommend this dental office!
Vanessa M.
The office is always very clean, all staff is friendly and they are very patient with my kid who hates getting his teeth checked.
Monisha M.
The office was very clean, and had a game room for kids. Check in was quick and easy!

Where Every Dental Visit Feels Like Coming Home

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Embracing the Ninja Spirit in Every Smile

As Fort Worth's family-friendly choice for dental care, we pride ourselves in nurturing our little Smile Ninjas. We're thrilled every time a child leaves our office with newfound knowledge and enthusiasm about their dental health. But hey, parents, we haven’t forgotten about you! Every parent deserves to shine their brightest smile alongside their mini-ninjas.

Learning Made Fun: Meet Coco Puff the Dragon!

To instill the best dental habits, education is key. But who said learning can't be fun? At our office, children get a chance to brush Coco Puff the Dragon's teeth! This delightful exercise helps them grasp the importance of daily brushing and flossing. And parents, we hold regular meet-ups just for you, offering tips and a platform to discuss any concerns about your child’s dental journey.

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General Dentistry with Dr. Justin Mund

Dr. Mund isn’t just any dentist; he's a Smile Ninja in his own right. Passionate about ensuring every smile shines, he uses cutting-edge techniques to tackle dental challenges head-on. Every treatment is a mission, and the goal? A healthy, happy smile for all.

Our Services Include:

Dental Cleanings

Ensuring the health of your teeth starts with regular cleanings. At Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics, our expert team provides thorough dental cleanings to remove plaque, tartar, and any hidden nasties, giving you that fresh, clean feel and setting the foundation for optimum dental health.

Dental Checkups

Your oral health is a mirror of your overall well-being. Our comprehensive dental checkups are designed to catch potential issues early, provide preventative care, and guide you and your family on the best practices to maintain those bright smiles.

Cavity Fillings

Cavities can sneak up on the best of us! Using state-of-the-art techniques and materials, we ensure that cavity fillings are seamless, painless, and effective. Our tooth-colored fillings blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, ensuring your smile remains pleasant and white.

Crowns & Bridges

Whether you've experienced dental trauma or decay, our crowns and bridges are customized solutions to restore the functionality and appearance of your teeth. Crafted with precision, our dental prosthetics not only offer durability but also mimic the look and feel of natural teeth.

Root Canals

Root canals have an undeserved reputation for being daunting, but at Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics, we’re determined to change that perception. With a patient-centric approach, advanced technology, and a gentle touch, we ensure that root canal treatments are comfortable, efficient, and tailored to preserve the health and longevity of your teeth.

Tooth Extractions

Sometimes, a tooth might need to be removed. Be it due to damage, overcrowding, or disease, our expert team ensures the extraction process is smooth and accompanied by minimal discomfort.

Wisdom Tooth Removals

Those third molars can be tricky! If they're causing problems or crowding, our skilled team is here to help. We provide precise wisdom tooth removals, prioritizing your comfort every step of the way.

Care You Can Trust

At Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics, we're dedicated to providing a comprehensive range of general dentistry services, ensuring that Fort Worth families receive top-tier care in a friendly and relaxed environment.

Setting the Path Right from the Start

More than a Visit: It’s a Dental Experience

When you step into our office, you'll instantly feel the welcoming vibe. Our aim? Maximum comfort. Kids can snuggle up with a warm blanket, choose their favorite Netflix show, and even enjoy the gentle lightheartedness of nitrous oxide (popularly known as laughing gas). We guarantee giggles, not just from our little patients but also from moms and dads.

Are We Just for Kids? Not at All!

While we adore our kiddo patients and cater to their unique needs, we’re a general dental practice with expertise spanning all ages. Our facility is designed for fun, positivity, and efficiency, offering playrooms, prize walls, and toy machines to make every visit memorable.

Say Hello to Our Friendly Smile Team

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Dr. Justin Mund
DDS / Smile Ninja
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Dr. Farnaz Athari
Dr. Mentab Sandhu Smile Ninja
Dr. Mehtab Sandhu
Dr. Moore
Dr. Krystal Moore
Raly team memeber smile ninja
Dr. Madison Riley
We are dedicated to bringing a healthy, happy smile to every child in Fort Worth! Our dental family is excited to serve yours.

A True No-Judgment Zone

Kids are our superheroes, and we treat them that way! We wholeheartedly welcome children from all backgrounds and ages. Our compassionate and patient team is ready to make every child, especially those with special needs, feel right at home.

A Commitment to Fort Worth

Our love for Fort Worth runs deep. Dr. Mund and his wife have their roots here. From participating in local school career days to hosting community events, our commitment extends beyond our clinic's walls. And yes, hablamos español to cater to our diverse community!

Why Choose Smile Ninja
Dental & Orthodontics?

Affordable Dental Care

Quality doesn't have to break the bank. We provide top-notch dental services at friendly prices. We also offer CareCredit for those needing an alternative payment method.

A Team Who Cares

You're in the best hands. We take the time to listen, understand, and provide treatment that meets your family’s needs. This is a truly judgment-free zone where every smile is welcome.
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Flexible Scheduling Options

Seeing the dentist should be simple! That’s why we offer evening hours, flexible scheduling, block family appointments, and same-day emergency care to make it easier than ever to see the dentist.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is different about Smile Ninja Dental?

We, here at Smile Ninja, love working with children and instilling healthy habits in young people that can last a lifetime. It is our goal to make each child feel special and enjoy a positive experience in our Fort Worth, TX dental office. We pride ourselves in creating relationships with our patients and their families!

By instilling pride in their smiles through our Smile Ninja approach to dentistry, we find that kids are eager to please Dr. Mund and his entire staff, which leads to better brushing and flossing habits at home.  

Additionally, our strengths lie in taking the very best care of our littlest patients but we also are dentists for the whole family. We can be your one stop for all of your families’ needs, including restorative treatments such as fillings, crown, and orthodontics. Smile Ninja is a place where a mom takes the kids to get everything she needs for their dental health in a fun environment. Our goal is to help younger patients learn to be great adult patients. Our patients love to visit as we try to make our office a happy place to be! Not many people can say that about visiting dentists in the past.

Bring your child to our Fort Worth, TX dental office today. We think you’ll be surprised by how much your son or daughter will love it here. We are here to provide quality dental care for all patients in a safe and enjoyable environment, free of stress and judgment.

And remember, we love treating moms and dads, too!

Do you see adults?

At Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics we primarily see children, but we always make time for moms and dads. Justin Mund, DDS moves between age groups seamlessly, and displays the same attention to detail with each patient.

For adults, we offer preventive dentistry, which includes regular dental exams, twice-yearly teeth cleanings, and periodic x-rays in our Fort Worth, TX dental office. Dr. Mund also provides dental maintenance through general dentistry. This includes anything you may need to keep you smile healthy. Examples of general dentistry include fillings and root canals.

Dr. Mund is also a CandidPro provider. This means clear and discreet braces for teens and older adults—more affordable than Invisalign and more comfortable than traditional wire braces. And don’t forget to treat yourself to a professional teeth whitening treatment! We think you deserve it.

Additionally, our Fort Worth, TX office promotes prevention at home and gives you the tools through oral health education to maintain a great oral hygiene routine based on your needs. This begins with brushing and flossing at least twice per day.

Dentistry should be a family affair, and we invite parents to be part of our Smile Ninja team.

Why is my child grinding their teeth?

It can be a little alarming when your baby or child clenches their teeth and grind them. While the sounds of a baby grinding teeth can make you cringe and you might worry if they’re damaging those newly erupted pearly whites, it’s very common and usually completely normal.

Adults can often grind as well which they can get a night guard to protect the teeth from damage. But children are growing, and would outgrow one very fast, so this isn't as much of an option for them.

Sometimes children grind as they are just growing and the bite is setting in.  Sometimes its just a habit like sleep walking. Other times, we've seen it associated with enlarged tonsils, snoring and even sleep apnea. When we snore we are cutting off oxygen to the brain that we would get by breathing normally. The brain needs plenty to produce hormones that help us recover and feel more alert during the daytime. Children could be clenching or grinding without knowing why as it has a result of stiffening their airway, thus allowing that air to pass better when sleeping.

What can we do? Studies have shown that temporary pads can be placed on the teeth to protect them from clenching too much and opening their bite. This allows more air to pass when breathing at night. They are called bite turbos or bite blocks which we use often here in the office. A bite block's main function is to correct a misaligned bite which would help open up the airway as well for the child.

Is it normal to bleed after seeing the dentist?

There are many causes of bleeding gums. Most of these can easily be fixed, but some can also be a sign of more serious oral issues needing to be addressed.

Many people get nervous when they see blood of any kind, but it's pretty common for gums to bleed. However, that does not mean it's a good thing.

The most common reason for bleeding gums is due to 'gingivitis' which is a mild infection of the gumline where buildup of plaque is at its earliest stage. Your gums become swollen, tender, and can bleed during brushing or flossing. We see this quite often, and in simple terms, it tells us that these areas need to be cleaned better. Brushing and flossing thoroughly and consistently usually resolves this. Regular exams allow us to help you in identifying these areas and we can give you tips on how to improve what you’re doing at home! During regular cleanings, we can then remove anything you are missing at home allowing your gums to remain healthy and happy!

The next thing we see is periodontal disease, which is a chronic infection in the gums due to years of infection and inflammation near the gums resulting in bone loss around the teeth. These patients will always need to keep up with their cleanings and most tend to visit every 3 months to stay on top of the disease. If it's been years for these patients since the last cleaning, their gums will likely bleed after removing the tartar from their teeth, but they will be on their way to becoming healthier!

For a lot of dental treatment we are able to send you home knowing that you won't have any bleeding. However, for some procedures like removing a tooth, there will definitely be bleeding. Oozing or bleeding can last up to 48 hours after treatment and is normal. Use gauze as directed. Alternatively, a home remedy is placing a tea bag on the area to help it clot.

Another reason gums bleed after dental work could be that the tooth being treated was near the gums. When this happens it heals pretty quickly due to the nature of the gum tissue.

When you need dental treatment, we go over the "post-op expectations" with you so that you are prepared. We also remind you that when we have to numb your mouth for your dental treatment, it is vital not to put your hands in your mouth or eat/drink until your mouth “wakes up.” If you don't wait, you could accidentally harm your gums, cheeks, or tongue, as you cannot feel them. This could also cause unexpected bleeding.

Is biting your nails bad for your teeth?

Biting anything that is not food is terrible for our teeth! The grinding friction of teeth against nails can gradually wear the enamel away, or even cause teeth to chip or crack.

In addition to leaving the nails torn, uneven, and doing damage to the nail beds, nail biting can lead to a variety of oral health complications. Dirt and germs get trapped under our fingernails, and when we chew on them, that all gets transferred to our mouths, which can result in gum disease. Nails, plastic, clothes, anything you don't intend on swallowing should be avoided completely. A nail biting habit can increase a person’s risk of developing a chronic teeth-grinding habit as well, which comes with even more oral health problems, along with headaches and soreness.

What are some ways to prevent it? We've heard a lot of solutions like, gels painted on the nails that taste bitter or spicy, trimming your nails regularly, getting a manicure or stopping as a gradual process, choosing one nail at a time to stop biting.

Are electric toothbrushes better?

While we recommend electric toothbrushes and offer them in our office, we believe that something is better than nothing of course.  Electric, or Sonicare, toothbrushes do part of the work for you by creating the circular motion or vibration of brushing with a regular toothbrush. For kids, we like them to get used to the motion of electric toothbrushes, and we find that these kids behave better at their appointments because it's not as big of a difference for them. Electric toothbrushes make it more likely to brush for the recommended amount of time since they all generally have a timer on them for 2 minutes.

So why do we suggest them? Not because they clean your teeth better than if you brushed properly with a manual toothbrush. But it makes the process of brushing more consistent and for the appropriate time, each time. Also for children, some electric toothbrushes can be paired to a phone app. This makes it engaging and less like a tedious task that they have to do and more of an enjoyable experience to have fun with. We have also seen other ‘toothbrushes’ in different shapes that generally we won't recommend at all due to the fact that they rarely even reach the gumline in most cases and can lead to decay, gingivitis, and even periodontal disease.

Why are baby teeth important?

Many people believe losing baby teeth before their time is not a big deal. Other teeth will grow in later, so why do they matter?

The truth is baby teeth help your child learn to chew and speak properly, and they act as place holders for permanent teeth, leading the way for adult teeth to come in correctly. Additionally, decay or bacteria can spread from a baby tooth to the adult tooth below the gumline and compromise that tooth before it has a chance to emerge healthily.

Wiping your baby’s gums with a damp cloth in infancy to clear away bacteria and establishing good brushing habits when teeth emerge is a great way to shelter baby teeth that, in turn, protect adult teeth.

It’s also important to visit Justin Mund, DDS regularly for exams and visit out Fort Worth, TX dental office for twice-yearly cleanings at Dr. Mund’s earliest recommendation.

Remember, baby teeth set the stage for adult teeth, so caring for these early teeth is vital for your child’s long-term dental health.

How often should I visit Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics for a checkup?

For most patients, we recommend a dental checkup and cleaning every six months. Regular visits ensure early detection and treatment of potential dental issues.

What is the difference between a cavity filling and a crown?

A cavity filling is used to repair a small area of tooth decay, while a crown (or cap) covers and strengthens a tooth that might be damaged or decayed beyond what a filling can repair.

Is a root canal painful?

Modern root canal procedures are designed to be as comfortable as possible. At Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics, we use advanced techniques and anesthesia to ensure minimal discomfort during and after the procedure.

When is tooth extraction necessary?

Tooth extractions may be recommended for various reasons, including severe decay, infection, crowding, or damage beyond repair. We ensure a smooth process with a focus on patient comfort.

What are the signs that I might need wisdom tooth removal?

Signs that you might need your wisdom teeth removed include pain, swelling, infections in the back of your mouth, or teeth crowding. However, an examination and X-ray at our office will give a clear indication.

Can I schedule a joint appointment for my child and me?

Yes! We are all about family dentistry. Feel free to set up joint appointments for your convenience and to make dental care a family affair.

What should I do in the event of a dental emergency?

In case of a dental emergency, such as a broken tooth or severe pain, contact us immediately. We'll guide you on the next steps and ensure you get the care you need as soon as possible.

How can I maintain good oral health between checkups?

Regular brushing (at least twice daily), flossing daily, maintaining a balanced diet, and avoiding excessive sugary foods and drinks are essential. Regular checkups and cleanings at Smile Ninja Dental & Orthodontics will also play a pivotal role.

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