Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry
A healthy and attractive smile can make life more beautiful. It can raise self-esteem, increase confidence, help you make better first impressions on others, and improve your personal and professional life. Sounds life changing, huh? That’s because it truly can be! We are pleased to develop comprehensive dental treatment plans to help patients achieve and maintain smiles that maximize their personal health and appearance, including restorative and cosmetic procedures. Really, all treatment we provide could be considered “cosmetic” in nature because we want it to look natural and beautiful each and every time. Ask us at your visit about the possibilities for your smile!
- Porcelain Veneers
- Snap-On Smile®
- iTero Digital Scanners®
- Professional Teeth Whitening Options
- Invisalign® Aligner Therapy Orthodontics
Sleep Apnea & Snoring
Beyond the snoring and all those restless nights, the effects of obstructive sleep apneacan pose a number of serious health risks. Sleep apnea has been linked to an increased risk of stroke, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes, so it is important to recognize and treat symptoms before the condition worsens. Read about the treatment of Sleep Apnea and Snoring.
General dentistry involves diagnosis and treatment of general conditions affecting the teeth, gums, and jaw. General dentists can care for the overall oral health of patients of all ages, and at Balcones Family Dental our arms are open to everyone in your family from age 1 to 121!
We believe prevention should be the primary goal, so we aim to identify and treat problems before they grow to be serious, often painful and expensive. Regular checkups with us (generally every six months) combined with proper home care result in a healthier mouth and a healthier life.
Routine Cleanings & Preventive Care
- Consultations & Dental Exams
- Dental Cleanings
- Digital X-rays (Less Radiation Exposure)
- Intraoral Camera
- Laser-Assisted Early Cavity Detection with Diagnodent®
- Dental Sealants
- Custom Athletic Mouthguards
- Drug-Free Headache Prevention (Nightguard)
Periodontal (Gum) Care
According to the American Academy of Periodontology, gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults over age 35. Gum disease ranges from gingivitis to the various forms and stages of periodontitis, and the prevalence of gum disease increases with age because teeth wear down and become more sensitive as time passes, gums naturally recede, and medications can affect oral health. Read more about the warning signs and treatment of Gum Disease.