In Houston, TX
3D CT Scanning
3D CT scanning is a type of dental x-ray image that enables us to see bone, soft tissue and even nerve pathways in one detailed view. Most often, these images are needed prior to surgery or when creating a treatment plan for implant patients
3D printing is a revolutionary way for us to better treat our patients. We use this printing to help create surgical guides so that treatment planning is easier and more effective.
Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that is essential for patients who have areas of bone loss around the jaw. Bone loss can often occur as a result of a variety of...
Digital 3D printed dentures use computer-aided technology to take accurate images of your teeth and gums and produce dentures that are comfortable and long-lasting. The 3D denture process is easy and the precise fit ensures comfort, allowing patients to speak and eat as they would with their natural teeth.
Digital scanning uses the latest technology to capture detailed and accurate images of your gums and teeth without the need for messy impressions. Digital scanning provides a comfortable and quick way to identify alignment issues and correct problems with your teeth.
A dental x-ray is an image that enables us to see underneath the surface of teeth and gums. These images can help us to see decay, infections, impacted teeth...
Intra-oral cameras are helpful in allowing us to see everything going on inside your mouth. Rather than a typical examination, this camera magnifies everything that it...
A ridge augmentation can help replace bone and tissue lost from a tooth extraction procedure. The alveolar ridge is built back up with the required tissue and bone to create a sturdy base that can properly support a dental implant.
A root canal is a procedure that involves taking out the entire pulp of a tooth. Each of your teeth has a pulp, which is often called the nerve. If this pulp becomes ...
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Sleep apnea affects millions of people worldwide and can have a serious impact on your quality of life.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
Wisdom teeth will typically begin to develop around the time a person reaches adulthood. Unfortunately, if there isn't enough room for the teeth to come in properly, they become impacted underneath the gums.