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BracesAre you wondering if ClearCorrect™ will work for your smile? At Summit Dental Center™, we have put together a series of frequently asked questions about the clear aligner alternative to traditional braces – invisible braces.
OrthodonticsOrthodontics uses preventative and corrective measures to ensure Houston patients are free from misalignment in their teeth or jaw area. Using this technology, our staff can help correct growth patterns in the jaw area, eliminate the need to remove teeth, and improve the distribution of stress on teeth, chewing muscles, and jaw tissue.
Invisalign OrthodonticsSimilar to Invisalign®, the ClearCorrect™ system may improve the way you bite with your back teeth, the alignment of your front teeth, the appearance of your smile, and the overall health of your teeth and mouth. This ultimately can save you money by preventing future oral disease.
Dental ImplantsSummit Dental Center™ provides dental implants for patients in the Houston, TX, area who suffer from missing, chipped, or crooked teeth.
BridgesOur experts may suggest dental bridges for patients in the Houston, TX, area who are missing a tooth or have one that is severely decayed or broken.
Restorative DentistryRestorative dentistry involves the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the teeth, gums, and maxillofacial (jaw and face) portions of the body.
FillingsDental Fillings: If you require a dental procedure to repair a decayed, chipped, broken, or fractured tooth, your dentist will generally repair the area with a dental filling. There are a variety of dental fillings to choose from including tooth-colored composites, silver fillings (amalgams), cast gold fillings, ceramic fillings, or glass ionomer fillings. To learn more about dental fillings – Read More.
Resin CompositeYour dentist will first match the shade of your tooth to a composite resin color that will be used in the procedure.
VeneersSummit Dental Center™ provides veneers for people in the Houston, TX, area who wish to transform their smiles and boost their self-confidence.
CrownsOur experts use crowns to help patients in Houston, TX, restore a broken or damaged tooth to its normal shape and size.
Root Canal TreatmentAt Summit Dental Center™, we aim to make root canal treatments as comfortable and pain free as possible for patients in the Houston, TX, area.
DenturesPeople who have poor teeth or tooth decay may feel socially awkward in certain situations or have low self-esteem. Summit Dental Center™ offers dentures for patients in the Houston, TX, area who are missing all or some of their natural teeth from gum disease, tooth decay, or injury.
Tooth WhiteningYou never get a second chance to make a first impression. Summit Dental Center™ is proud to offer Zoom! Teeth Whitening as an affordable way for patients in Houston, TX, to enhance their smile!
Cosmetic DentistryThe dental professionals at Summit Dental Center™ know how important it is to have a beautiful and healthy smile. That is why we take great care in providing the most professional service with a wide variety of treatments, options, and plans to fit all of your individual cosmetic dentistry needs.
General DentistryCosmetic dentistry simply takes general dentistry and adds a dash of aesthetics, a multitude of tools and an artistic, skilled dentist, resulting in not only a fully functioning, healthy set of teeth, but also a beautiful smile.
Teeth Cleaning“No fuss dental service. I came here for an annual teeth cleaning and am happy to say that I have found my dentist. Right when I walked in, I was greeted and treated respectfully. The staff is nice and PROFESSIONAL, no office politics or gossip, just people doing their job.” – Amir Medina
Fluoride TreatmentSummit Dental Center provides fluoride treatments for patients in the Houston, TX, area who want to strengthen their smiles.
Dental SealantsDental sealants protect against cavities and tooth decay. Sealing off the areas that are hard to reach in the back of the mouth (which include premolars, molars, and the spaces in between teeth) can protect against cavities and other gum diseases.
Dental ExaminationFrom gingivitis to advanced periodontitis, gum disease has a number of stages. One of the keys to successful surgical or non-surgical treatment is a periodontal examination and regular follow-up care.
X-raysDental X-rays are a diagnostic tool that our dental professionals use to check for any decay lurking in the hidden areas in between teeth for patients in the Houston, TX, area.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral SurgeryAn inflamed tooth can leave you with so much pain that you can’t get out of bed, go to work, or accomplish anything at all. Oral surgery can reduce that pain to help get you up and at it again.
Flap SurgeryFlap surgery, the gums are lifted back, and the remaining tartar is removed. Following the procedure, the teeth will fit more tightly around the teeth. To learn more about gum disease treatments – Read More.
Tooth ExtractionsSummit Dental Center™ provides wisdom tooth extractions for patients in the Houston, TX, area with impacted teeth that can cause infections.
Bone GraftingBone and Tissue Grafts: If you have persistent inflammation and deep tartar build up, another option in addition to flap surgery may include bone and tissue grafts. Bone and tissue grafts can regenerate bone or gum tissue loss. Bone grafting promotes bone growth, replacing bone loss through natural or synthetic means. Guided tissue regeneration, a form of bone grafting keeps the gum tissues from growing where the bones should be. Soft tissue grafting supports gum tissue loss, replacing tissues through natural or synthetic means so that tooth roots are protected. Finally, bone surgery decreases shallow craters in the bone to protect against further bone loss and prevent continued bacteria.
Gingivectomy and GingivoplastyGum contouring, also known as a gingivectomy restores and improves your smile by removing irregularities and asymmetry of your gum line. A “gummy” smile can happen when gums appear uneven or extend too far below the lip line. Known primarily as a cosmetic dental treatment, it can also be used to treat gum disease known as periodontitis, a condition that can damage the gum line, teeth, and bones.
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- by vchavez2101 on 08/24/2007
The office staff is very unprofessional. I would not return
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