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Meet Dr. Jirik
Cosmetic & General Dentist in Cabot, AR
Dr. Jirik has utilized his innovative and artistic techniques since 1986 as a cosmetic dentist and implant dentist to provide patients with new smiles, increased comfort and function.
Dr. Jirik is an Arkansas native and a long time Cabot resident. He and his wife Kim have two children, William and Annalise. Dr. Jirik has been practicing dentistry since 1986 and has been placing and restoring dental implants since 1989. A pioneer in cosmetic bonded porcelain veneers and porcelain crowns, Dr. Jirik first implemented these procedures in 1987. Dr. Jirik received a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. His dental degree was obtained from the University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences in 1986, where he won several awards for pediatric and operative dentistry.
Dr. Jirik has been featured on Today’s THV Morning Show with Robyn Richardson and Good Morning Arkansas with Steve Powell. Dr. Jirik performed his first guided surgery case, Teeth in an Hour, live on KATV.
“I knew dentistry was an ideal profession for me at the age of sixteen. My family dentist encouraged my interest. My life has been devoted to learning and perfecting the art and practice of dentistry. I love the technical aspect of my profession but most of all I love making people smile.”
- Samuel Jirik
Samuel F. Jirik, DDS Implant Cosmetic & General Dentistry is the only dental practice in Arkansas where you can get your consultation and dental work done in one place!
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Why Chooose Us?
You can expect the latest, most advanced implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, full mouth rehabilitation, and sedation dentistry to be employed to correct your dental problems and concerns at Samuel F. Jirik, DDS.Dr. Jirik has utilized his innovative and artistic techniques since 1986 as a cosmetic dentist and implant dentist to provide patients with new smiles, increased comfort and function. Our daily patient procedures include cosmetic crowns, porcelain veneers, dental implants, cosmetic dentures, cosmetic gum surgery, and bone grafting all performed with the control, comfort and safety of IV sedation dentistry. Dr. Jirik practices in the heart of Central Arkansas in Cabot, convenient to Little Rock and most of Arkansas, in his new state of the art facility equipped and designed for your comfort, safety and privacy. There is no other dentist, staff or facility better prepared to meet your demanding dental needs and desires in such a caring, artistic and professional manner.
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