At Bluebonnet Dentistry, we have numerous services designed to address the concerns of our patients regardless of their situation and current oral health. All of our options are on this list, so you can determine whether or not we are the dentist for you.
Types of Treatment Available
To better address the needs of our patients, we currently offer a broad range of preventive, restorative, and cosmetic treatments. Preventive procedures are, by definition, designed to protect the gums and teeth and stop more serious issues from occurring. Restorative options, meanwhile, can address damage or disease, which is already affecting the health of your mouth.
Some example of these treatments currently on offer at our office include:
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Fillings
- Dental Sealants
- Digital X-Rays
- Oral Exams
- Teeth Cleanings
- Pediatric Dentistry
- Oral Cancer Screenings
This list features numerous procedures and treatments which not only focus on the health of your smile but also its general appearance. At Bluebonnet Dentistry, we want all of our patients to be comfortable with the appearance of their teeth. Even if they are healthy, there can still be features that you find irritating and uncomfortable. To this end, we offer numerous cosmetic options that will change the overall look of the teeth without affecting their function. These are:
Sedation dentistry is something special from our office. As modern dentistry progresses, it strives to address the unique needs of all patients. Some individuals who experience fear, anxiety, or discomfort when receiving dental procedures can opt to undergo sedation dentistry.
In this practice, a patient is sedated using medication. The level of sedation varies based on the severity of a person’s anxiety when it comes to the dentist but can be as simple as calming the nerves or as complex as putting a patient under.
If you need this type of dentistry, you should tell our office when scheduling your appointment so it can be prepared properly.
Besides the basics mentioned above, Bluebonnet Dentistry further offers more advanced procedures that are rarer to receive but still essential when it comes to preserving oral health and wellness. These include:
Some of these treatments, including the root canal and the wisdom tooth extraction, are surgical in nature and will often require the patient to be sedated using a local anesthetic. Some might require multiple appointments as well, such as TMJ/TMD treatment.
Our office is unique in that it provides emergency dentistry, or treatment designed to treat urgent concerns like broken jaws or teeth which have been physically knocked out. You do not require an appointment to receive this aid and can instead walk right into our office.
How to Receive Care
If you are interested in any of these services, with the exclusion of emergency dentistry, contact us today to schedule an appointment. We are currently accepting new patients and hold flexible office hours to address your busy schedule better.