Dr. Daniel Bush is a native of Arlington. He and his family moved to Arlington in 1954, and he graduated from Arlington High School. If you want to know some of Arlington’s history, just ask him!
Dr. Bush moved his practice here from Houston in 1983 and shortly thereafter associated with long-time Arlington dentist, Dr. Carl Rainone (his childhood dentist). Dr. Rainone had established his practice here in 1952, when there were only 8 other dentists in all of Arlington. Dr. Rainone became the Team Dentist for the Texas Rangers Baseball Club in 1972, and introduced Dr. Bush to sports dentistry in 1984. Dr Bush has carried on his tradition, and was the Team Dentist for over 21 years. He’s got some great stories to tell about the ballclub, some of the players, and Spring Training trips he has taken.
Dr. Daniel C. Bush, DDS is ranked in the top Arlington, TX Dentistry practices
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Dr. Bush completed his dental degree in 1978 from the University of Texas Dental Branch Houston and is Texas Board Certified. He does many phases of General Restorative Dentistry, and has special expertise in the area of TMJ (jaw-joint relationships- TMD), occlusion (bite relationships), cosmetic dentistry, full mouth rehabilitation, endodontics (root canals), implants, and re-treatment of existing conditions. He graduated from Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma in 1974 with a B.S. degree in Biology/ Chemistry, and is a member of the teaching faculty of The Center For Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry. Dr. Bush has also been a member of the teaching faculty at C.A.R.D. for over 10 years, which is an advanced study group on the cutting edge of dentistry. He is also a long-time alumnus from the LD Pankey Institute of advanced dentistry in Key Biscayne, Florida, and The Schuster Center in Scottsdale Arizona. In addition, he and his staff continue to accumulate thousands of continuing educations hours to stay current on the latest phases of dental education.
It is my firm belief that each one of us has skills that can and should be shared in some sort of service to others.”
Dr. Bush is a long time member of the American Dental Association, Fort Worth District Dental Society, Arlington Dental Study Club, Academy of General Dentistry, and numerous implant study clubs. He has volunteered regularly at the Mission Arlington Allen Saxe Dental Clinic for over 20 years, as well as the Smiles For Life program for disadvantaged patients.
Dr. Bush is married and enjoys his four children and nine grandchildren. He and his wife are very active and share leadership positions in their local church, Arlington First Church of the Nazarene. He enjoys fishing, traveling, music, home remodeling, and of course, baseball.