Kingwood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

Serving the Kingwood community
& surrounding areas since 1998

Kingwood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

Serving the Kingwood community & surrounding areas since 1998

Dentist Kingwood TX
Kingwood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

Our experienced professional team is here to make you feel welcome from the first moment you walk in the door. Our goal is to make your smile healthy and beautiful in a comfortable and friendly setting. We hope you love us enough to refer your family and friends.

We provide a wide range of general dentistry services to suit your needs. Whether you just need a dental cleaning or a complete reconstruction of your dentition, you are in the right place. We are here to listen to your concerns and help you develop a plan that is right for you. Together we can help you achieve the smile you have always wanted.

With over 25 years of dental practice experience, our general dentists are trained in all aspects of dental treatment. They provide a variety of services from teeth whitening, veneers, tooth colored fillings, smile design, implant restorations, deep scaling and root planning, root canals, extractions and porcelain crowns. In some cases, they have the unique capability to prepare and deliver single tooth porcelain crowns on the same day. For you, that means no more traditional impressions to trigger your gag reflex and no more temporary crowns. Our team also provides preventive services such as dental cleanings, night guards, sports guards, and sealants. Educating you, so that you are able to understand the condition of your teeth, is our top priority. Our modern dental office utilizes digital radiographs and intraoral photographs to aid in your understanding. We feel that when patients can see their problems, they can understand the need for treatment. Together, we can develop a personalized plan to correct any dental problems you may have and give you the smile you have always wanted.

Our staff plays an integral role in your experience and dental care in our office. They are not only trained to provide exceptional dental care, but also to take your personal needs into account during the appointment. Many of our staff have been in the dental field for more than ten years and take pride in the care they provide to you. Through continuing education, they stay up to date on the latest methods and procedures in dentistry.

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Deep Teeth Cleaning

One of the most important services we offer to our clients is preventative dental care, especially in the form of deep teeth cleanings and scaling and root planing, which we recommend patients schedule at least every six months. In addition to providing these important cleanings on a regular basis, these appointments will also allow us to evaluate the health of your teeth, gums, and mouth and identify any issues before they develop into something significantly worse.

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Dental Cleaning

One of the most important types of preventative support we offer are dental cleanings, which we recommend patients schedule at least every six months. There are two primary types of dental cleanings that may be performed, depending upon the general health of your gums.

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Dental Exam & Checkups

One of the most important steps you can take to improve and maintain your oral health is to schedule regular dental exams and checkups. These regular dental exams and checkups are important at any age, as they allow your dentist to provide thorough cleanings and identify potential issues, such as signs of tooth decay, gum disease, or symptoms of oral cancer.

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Dental Fillings

If left untreated for too long, tooth decay will eventually wear away enough of a tooth that a cavity will form. This cavity can expose inner nerves, allow room for an infection to develop, and/or result in the structural integrity of the tooth becoming compromised. To reduce the likelihood of an infection developing and improve the structural integrity of the tooth, a dental filling can be placed.

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Emergency Dentist

Dental emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, which is why it is so important to know what to do when an emergency occurs, and how to identify when immediate dental or medical support is needed. One of the most important things to do when you an emergency occurs is remain calm. After you have assessed the situation and determined that your issue requires the immediate support of a professional, contact our office, even if the emergency has occurred outside of our normal business hours.

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Family Dentist

At Kingwood Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we are committed to providing a comprehensive range of services that meet the unique and varied needs of patients at every stage in their life, from children getting their first tooth and teenagers getting braces, to adults requiring crowns, implants, and dentures or deep cleanings and cosmetic improvements.

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Night & Mouth Guards

Night guards and mouth guards are dental appliances that may be recommended for a variety of reasons, the most common of which is for patients suffering from bruxism (teeth grinding) or TMJ/TMD disorder.  Although custom night and mouth guards cost more than purchasing from a pharmacy or online, a custom guard will provide significantly more protection and dramatically reduce your risk of having cracked or chipped teeth, which will result in greater costs.

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Children's Dentistry

Every child will have unique dental needs and require different levels of support at different stages of their development, but one of the most common procedures that is performed is cavity repair. Because children’s teeth are not as strong as adult teeth, even the most diligent of parents can have a child develop cavities, despite following a rigorous oral-care practice at home.

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Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal therapy is any oral intervention(s) or procedure(s) performed to stop the progression and reverse the effects of gum disease. When gum disease advances to the level of periodontitis, the gums will begin to recede and the gum pockets will begin to deepen, which allows for more bacteria to accumulate, increasing the patient’s likelihood of developing an infection and/or their gums becoming inflamed.

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Root Canals

When the pulp of a tooth becomes infected due to a deep cavity, genetic predisposition, a crack in the tooth, or issues related to a previous filling, it may be necessary to perform root canal therapy to save the tooth. Not all teeth needing root canal will have symptoms.

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Tooth Extractions

The tooth extraction process will vary from patient to patient and depend on the severity of your case, how many teeth need to be extracted, whether or not socket preservation will be performed following the extraction, and what type of dental sedation (if any) is used.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

One of the most common concerns we hear from our patients is a lack of self-confidence in their smile. This concern can be caused by a variety of reasons, including teeth that are damaged or missing, a smile that is uneven or gummy, or teeth are stained or discolored.

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All on Four Dental Implants

Patients who are missing all or most of their teeth may be good candidates for All-on-4 Dental Implants, an innovative implant procedure that returns patients back to having a full smile using four strategically placed dental implants which are designed to support an entire arch or lower and upper jaw of teeth.

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CEREC Crowns

If the crown of your tooth has become damaged, you may be a good candidate for CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics), a sophisticated system that provides an alternative to fillings and crowns.

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Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a popular treatment option for patients who want to make cosmetic improvements to their teeth, because it is an inexpensive way to correct gaps, chips, and cracks that have developed, or to change the color, shape, and appearance of their teeth.

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All on Four Dental Implants

Patients who are missing all or most of their teeth may be good candidates for All-on-4 Dental Implants, an innovative implant procedure that returns patients back to having a full smile using four strategically placed dental implants which are designed to support an entire arch or lower and upper jaw of teeth.

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Dental Crowns

When the area of the tooth that is visible over the gum-line become damaged, a dental crown can be placed over the tooth to protect the tooth structure that is remaining. Doing so will restore the tooth back to its normal size and shape, and will restore the tooth back to its general functionality.

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Dental Implants

Patients who are missing one or several teeth may be good candidates for dental implants and implant restoration. Over time, a missing tooth can cause a range of oral health issues to develop, including the migration of healthy teeth, an increased risk of developing gum disease

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Patients who are missing all or the majority of their teeth, or who have significant oral health issues may be good candidates for a full mouth reconstruction, a process that involves the rebuilding and restoring of the teeth in the lower and upper jaws.

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Dentures

Along with improving the aesthetic appearance of your smile, dentures also provide important functional purposes that will enhance the functionality of your ability to chew, and prevent additional health issues from developing, such as tooth or jawbone loss.

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Teeth Whitening

Before pursuing teeth whitening treatment plans, it is important to first identify what is causing your teeth to become discolored and treat this underlying health condition prior to the teeth whitening process.

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Porcelain Veneers

If you have concerns about the size, spacing, and/or shade of your teeth, or if you have issues with crowding or teeth that are broken or chipped, you may be an ideal candidate for porcelain veneers. The porcelain veneers procedure involves the placement of slender porcelain pieces on top of existing teeth to improve their physical appearance and address functional issues.

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Smile Design

One of the most common concern our patients express is a lack of self-confidence in their smile. This concern can be due to a variety of reasons, such as teeth that are damaged or missing, a smile that is uneven or gummy, or because their teeth are stained or discolored. If you currently have feelings of self-doubt or discontentment with the appearance of your smile, you may be a good candidate for smile design

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