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Alexandra Garcia DDS MS

1990 Post Oak Boulvard Suite B, Houston, TX 77056
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9:00 am - 1:00 pm
(713) 960-0505Directions★ Review


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Regular Hours
Mon - Tue
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sat - Sun

General Info

Contact our General Dentist in Houston, TX providing services in Cosmetic Dentist, Implant Dentist, Prosthodontist, Prosthodontist & Veneer.

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  • Dentist
  • Cosmetic Dentist
  • Implant Dentist
  • Prosthodontist
  • Houston Dentist
  • Houston Prosthodontist
  • General Dentist
  • Veneer Dentist
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  • I would like to recommend this...
    Updated: 6/11/2015Posted: 10/23/2012

    I would like to recommend this dentist. She did a phenomenal job when i had my veneers put in. I wasn't sure if i needed the job done, but she assured me it would exceed my expectations and it did. She did everything possible to make my teeth look and feel perfect. Her staff was very welcoming and treated me with the utmost attention. I love my smile thanks to Dr. Garcia. Laura V.

  • Dr. Alexandra Garcia and her S...
    Updated: 6/11/2015Posted: 8/30/2012

    Dr. Alexandra Garcia and her Staff are simply Amazing. The office staff is very highly trained, cheerful and friendly. I've always had the biggest fear in visiting a Dentist and Dr. Garcia and her staff made me feel very comfortable and explained every detail of my treatment to make each visit relaxing and comfortable. I'm very happy with my New Smile and New Confidence.

  • Go somewhere else
    Updated: 6/11/2015Posted: 10/25/2008

    Used this dental office 3 times and gave up. The admin staff was incompetent and could not properly track appointments. There was confusion around 2 of my visits. The second incident involved a claim being denied by insurance because the visits were not properly spaced. (Have to be 6 months apart - mine were 5.) While I'm also at fault for not noticing it, the dental office has software to make sure this doesn't happen and they book all their appointments at that interval as this is a standard insurance requirement. While I didn't expect to be refunded for the mishap, I did expect a credit on-non insurable procedures - example, 20% off on a teeth whitening, etc. (Or better - the dentist had been pushing hard to sell me a $500 night guard - it was $400 my first visit, and $500 on my second visit. I'm pretty sure there's a healthy profit margin on a piece of plastic that costs $500…) I never asked for a credit, and one was never offered. The admin person's comment was that something had gone wrong at the time of the booking, that nothing could be done about it now, and that 'this was something we can move on from, or can't move on from.' So I moved on - to a different dentist. If the dental office isn't competent enough to schedule routine appointments, I don't trust them to be poking around with tools in my mouth. A coworker also abandoned using this location after figuring that the dentist was too aggressive in recommending dental procedures. In hindsight, this attitude this seems consistent with booking routine maintenance 5 months apart as opposed to six (you get to bill more in the long run) and the jump in the cost of a night guard. It's a big city - if you're looking for a dentist, you can do better than this place.


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