Montgomery Park Dental Care
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You may suffer from dental anxiety, but you don't want to suffer from tooth decay and gum disease either - or even potential heart disease that may be linked to poor dental hygiene.
Sedation dentistry with Dr. William Quinn may be the answer for many people who struggle with dental phobia. Modern sedation options can make dentistry actually relaxing! Ask us about conscious sedation to help relieve the stress of some cosmetic dentistry procedures. We also provide dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and wisdom teeth.
Our staff is very sensitive to your dental phobia. At Montgomery Park Dental Care, we provide caring, understanding service tailored to your safety and comfort. Whether you need to address a complex dental problem or just need a simple routine dental checkup, we have lots of experience in calming fears and anxieties associated with dental procedures.
Call us today at (936) 756-6867 for Willis area sedation dentistry and a healthy, more beautiful smile tomorrow. Or fill out the online form for easy scheduling. We have several convenient payment options and flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.
With oral conscious sedation, Willis area sedation dentist William Quinn, D.D.S. is medically able to attend to your dental needs for a longer period of time. This means you can combine all or many of your dental appointments into one. If you are in need of extensive dental work or multiple treatments are necessary, oral sedation dentistry may be the most efficient and hassle-free option for you to consider.
Dr. William Quinn at his Willis area dental implants practice offers extensive experience restoring your dental implant crown.
Our dedicated team uses state-of-the-art materials and techniques for stability and longevity. You'll enjoy the comfort and confidence of natural-looking teeth.
Now damaged teeth can be restored in a single visit, usually in about one hour, with a durable ceramic material that matches the natural color of your other teeth.
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Whether you're new to our practice or just need to schedule a regular or follow-up appointment, we make it as easy as possible. Just call us or fill out our online form. We're looking forward to seeing you in our office soon.
CareCredit is a great payment option for dental healthcare services for you and your family. CareCredit offers special financing, low monthly payment options and no up-front costs.
If you're looking for affordable sedation dentistry in Spring you don't need to look any further. William Quinn, D.D.S., is the sedation dentist that Spring residents trust to deliver experienced and professional dental care.
Cavities and broken fillings are easy to treat when they’re caught in the early stages. Without regular trips to the dentist, these problems will only get worse and can lead to expensive and uncomfortable root canals, gum surgery and tooth extraction.
You owe it to yourself, and your pocketbook, to get regular dental care. Contact Montgomery Park Dental Care today at (855) 736-3649 to schedule an appointment for a checkup and cleaning.
Millions of adults struggle with hypersensitive teeth, meaning they are sensitive to hot and cold temperatures, very sugary or acidic foods and drinks and vigorous tooth brushing. Above the gum line, dentin is protected with a coating of enamel. Unfortunately, as enamel is worn away or decayed, dentin becomes exposed and receptive to sensations that cause painful nerve responses.
This can also occur as the result of receding gums, a common symptom of gum disease. If your teeth are sensitive, please call Montgomery Park Dental Care today at (855) 736-3649 to schedule a consultation.
From a dental point of view, there's nothing soft about so-called soft drinks. Sugar does not directly damage teeth. That happens when certain bacteria in the mouth release acids that eat into tooth enamel. These bacteria, however, need food to survive and refined sugar is a very potent source. What you eat, they eat. If not eliminated promptly, they hang around to do their dirty work.
The real culprit in carbonated soft drinks, however, is the fizz itself: carbonic acid. A sugary, un-carbonated drink like Kool-Aid is actually easier on teeth than, say, Diet Pepsi. So watch your consumption of soft drinks and be sure to contact Montgomery Park Dental Care at (855) 736-3649 to schedule a dental checkup.
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