Extractions starting at $49 per tooth with the purchase of a denture
- Dentures & Partial Dentures
- Tooth Extractions
- Wisdom Tooth Extractions
- General Dentistry
- Cleanings and Consultations
- Dental X-Rays
- Composite Fillings
- Dental Implants
- Root Canals
- Periodontal/Gum Disease Treatments
- 1142 W. Dallas Street
Conroe, TX 77301
- T: 936-760-1132
General Dentistry at Dentures and Dental Services of Conroe
A visit to the dentist's office isn't just about checking for cavities anymore – there have been incredible advancements in the field of dentistry and we have responded by expanding our range of custom dental care services to suit your needs.
At Dentures and Dental Services of Conroe, we frequently perform a wide variety of general dental procedures, so you can rest assured that yours will be performed by a skilled and experienced dental professional.
Cleaning & Consultation
We all know that good oral hygiene keeps your teeth looking clean and shiny but did you know that it's also essential to your overall health? It's true, poor oral hygiene can contribute to a variety of dental and medical problems such as gum disease, infection, and heart disease.
That's why dentists recommend that teeth be cleaned professionally twice a year. Teeth cleaning is the removal of dental plaque and tartar in order to prevent cavities, gingivitis and gum disease. The average dental cleaning is a routine procedure that is rarely painful and takes 30 to 45 minutes.
At Dentures and Dental Services of Conroe, we perform a variety of dental cleaning procedures, from scaling to whitening, so you can rest assured that yours will be performed by a skilled and experienced dental professional.
For over 150 years, cavities were filled with a mixture of metals, including silver and mercury. It was perfectly normal to see dark grey areas in someone's mouth when they laughed.
But today, you can get your cavities, as well as any other smaller hollow areas in your teeth, filled with composite fillings. Composite fillings are made from resins that are matched to your tooth's color - so they become nearly invisible when applied.
Composite fillings also provide an excellent seal on the affected area, so that tooth decay can be prevented. The factors that go into our decision to use composite fillings include:
- The size of the area that needs to be filled
- The location of the affected area in the mouth (i.e., a tooth that is heavily relied on for chewing)
- Allergies the patient might have
- The preference of the patient regarding the use of metals in the mouth
- Whether it is necessary cosmetically to have a tooth-colored filling
Our commitment is to provide quality dental care for our patients, and we want to do the same for you. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact us today.