MEET DR. AND STAFF
ABOUT OUR DOCTOR
Dr. Brian Leong
Dr. Brian Leong brings an excellent skill set to provide dental services for the families at Fort Worth Gentle Dental. He is very compassionate and detail-oriented when it comes to treating his patients.
Dr. Leong earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine from Temple University School of Dentistry. From there, he went to complete a very thorough and challenging General Practice Residency at Flushing University Hospital where he received extensive training in wisdom teeth extractions, implant surgery and cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Leong has trained under the tutelage of renowned Dental Implantologist and former President of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, Doctor John Minichettii. Upon moving to Texas he had received significant training and experience working at DDS Dentures and Implant Solutions.
Dr. Leong has volunteered and worked in various underserved communities. He is a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. On his free time, Dr. Leong loves all kinds of action sports from surfing to skateboarding. You may very well run into him at the local skatepark.
I always strive to treat my patients as if they were my own family and I stand by that. Every patient that I treat has my personal number and they can always reach me whenever they need.
ABOUT OUR DOCTOR
Dr. Bryan Nguyen
Dr. Bryan Nguyen's Bio is coming soon.
OUR TEAM MEMBER
WE ARE PROUD TO SERVE FORT WORTH FAMILIES!
Our doctors and our team are proud to welcome you to our Fort Worth dental office. We provide comprehensive dentistry services and a compassionate approach to serve the families and children in our community. Call us today at - (817) 731-2179!
OUR HAPPY PATIENT
The staff is very friendly and pretty good with kids. The dentist is knowledgeable and dosent seem to give a treatment when it is not needed. I have a very nervous 6yo, so any additional dental work needed on him outside of an exam or cleaning is done by a specialist as the dentist does not feel comfortable working on kiddos like that as they will need additional anesthesia, which I appreciate.