Comfortably Caring for Your Oral Health
Maintaining your oral health is important through regular dentist visits and cleanings. When more extensive procedures are required, sedation dentistry is a tool that enables our Houston dentist to do the work in a manner that is more comfortable for you. It also allows us to get a lot of work done at a time, which often makes it possible to finish a procedure in as little as one visit.
There are many reasons to select the Comprehensive Dental Group for your procedure:
- More than 40 years of experience
- 12 national awards
- Highly rated and widely recognized
- Healthcare experts providing top-level treatment
- The most advanced technology
- A spa-like environment and friendly, welcoming staff
- Same day appointments available and free consultations
- 5 dental specialists
- Thousands of smiles treated
- Comprehensive care and a team ready to help
We provide two forms of sedation: Oral conscious sedation and IV sedation. Through oral conscious sedation, you remain awake and able to talk, while being fully relaxed and pain-free. IV sedation involves a Board Certified anesthesiologist and allows for precise, personalized results. Throughout oral conscious and IV sedation, you will be monitored by a professional. Both options have benefits and our Houston dentist can discuss the best choice for you and your procedure during a complimentary consultation.
We’ve Cared for Thousands of Healthy Smiles
It is important that sedation is done by a qualified professional, and being sedation experts enables us to care for the full scope of your oral health. We are a large enough Houston dental office to take care of everything teeth related, but still small enough that you receive personalized attention. We are a highly regarded team of professionals serving the Houston area and we have received numerous awards for our outstanding level of care.
If you are in need of a more extensive dental treatment, schedule a consultation with our professional dentist by calling (713) 714-0916 We’re ready to help!
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