Dental ServicesHouston, TX
We offer comprehensive dental services for families throughout Houston. We understand that you have many options in dental care and aim to provide you with the highest quality of care possible. By leveraging modern dental technology and having a highly trained staff, we can ensure that your family stays in excellent oral health. David Tang, DDS, practices gentle dentistry, ensuring that your child's experience is positive and that your child stays comfortable during the dental treatment. When necessary, we can provide sedation methods to help calm your child down or help your child relax with friendly conversation.
At Memorial Pediatric Dentistry, we offer flexible appointment times, because we understand how busy life can be. Whether you are a busy professional or a mom on the go, we can arrange a time that is convenient for your schedule. If you have multiple family members that need to have their teeth cleaned, let us know. We can try to arrange everyone's appointment around the same time. This way, you only have to visit the dentist twice a year, instead of multiple times.
Our Dental Services
If you are looking for a Houston dentist that can prevent infections, beautifully restore your child's teeth or transform your child's smile – we offer all of those solutions as part of our dental work. If you live or work near the Houston area, we invite you to call (281) 858-2135 and schedule an appointment. During the initial examination, we will inspect your child's teeth and gums to determine if there are any cavities or if an infection is present. Early detection allows us to provide treatment before your child experiences any discomfort. Unlike other physical ailments that may not manifest until your child is in pain, oral health problems show signs along the way. As a dentist, when we see those signs, we can prevent your child from getting a full-blown infection by providing early treatment. For this reason, we recommend that you schedule a dental exam for your child twice a year.
In addition to examining and cleaning your child's teeth, we offer dental services to restore the health of any infected teeth as well. Whether this involves treating a cavity, performing a root canal or deep cleaning the gums, we can do so while keeping your child comfortable through various forms of sedation. While your child is relaxed, we can complete the treatment and help him or her leave in better health than when you both came in.
If you are looking for restorative or cosmetic work, we can help with that as well. Patients throughout TX trust David Tang, DDS, to beautifully transform their teeth and their smile. In many cases, this involves restoring a tooth that has been cracked or chipped in some form of accident. Other times, patients request a full smile makeover to close gaps in between teeth; change their shape or size; whiten their teeth or cover dark stains; straighten crooked teeth or replace missing ones. Whatever the case may be, we have the skills and experience to successfully complete the transformation and restore your child's teeth to good health in the process. For more information or to schedule an appointment with Memorial Pediatric Dentistry, call 281-858-2135.
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