If you’ve been looking for professional answers for your dental questions, contact Houston Uptown Dentists in Houston, TX! Dr. Juarez and our highly trained team have extensive knowledge of dentistry so you don’t have to!
Q: How Can You Relieve My Dental Anxiety?
If you suffer from dental anxiety, our calming, soothing team will do everything we can to put you at ease. To entertain and distract you while we work, we can provide headphones and 3-D video glasses equipped with Netflix. We are also highly trained in providing dental sedation.
So you won’t feel rushed, we can even provide extended appointments by request.
Q: How Will You Help Me Achieve My Smile Goals?
Q: What Is A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
If you have severely worn-down, chipped or broken teeth- even if you have many missing teeth, we can give you a whole new set of pearly whites! We provide crowns, veneers, bridges as well as dental implant replacement options.
Q: What Should I Expect At My First Dental Appointment?
Your first appointment at Houston Uptown Dentists should last about two hours. We will not only complete a thorough dental cleaning but will also carefully examine your whole mouth, checking for signs of decay, disease, and oral cancer. We will also perform a sleep apnea screening and TMJ and teeth grinding evaluation.
Q: Will My Child Need Braces to Straighten Their Teeth?
The short answer is no! Braces are the traditional way straighten crooked teeth. They’ve been used for decades and work great, but times have changed. Using the preventive orthodontics system called HealthyStart™, we can help your children’s permanent teeth erupt straight. This system uses an oral appliance to promote healthy, straight tooth development instead of brackets and wires. The system is comfortable and a fraction of the cost of traditional braces.
Q: How Much Does a Dental Implant Cost?
It is next to impossible for us to provide a number here on the website because there are a lot of factors that go into a final cost for a dental implant. The final cost is determined by the current health of your jaw bone, how many teeth are missing, the health of your surrounding teeth, and what type of restoration you would like. Visit our office for a consultation to learn more about our dental implant placement and restoration process.