Protect Your Healthy Smile With Emergency Care

Your smile is important to us. That’s why we encourage you to visit us for regular dental checkups. We can treat infections or dental damage in their early stages, before they become a dental emergency. However, whether you’re a regular patient or a first-time visitor, you can visit our office for your most pressing dental needs. We treat everyone with utmost care and concern. Plus, Dr. Lee has invested in technology, such as digital X-rays and intraoral cameras, to diagnose your dental problems precisely and quickly.

Depending on your dental emergency, Dr. Lee may recommend treatments such as:

  • Tooth Fillings – If you have dental decay, we’ll treat it by removing the decayed portion of your tooth and filling it in with a composite filling. Unlike a metal filling, it will blend in naturally with your other teeth.
  • Dental Crowns – A dental crown is used to repair seriously damaged teeth or large cavities. Your crown is made of top-quality materials, so you can expect it to look beautiful and last for years.
  • Gum Disease Treatment – Your dentist will treat a gum infection to restore your oral health. He may treat it with a non-invasive laser treatment or a deep cleaning called scaling and root planing.
  • Dental Bridges – If your tooth has been knocked out, we can close the gap in your smile with a lifelike dental bridge. You can also pair your bridge with implants for a more realistic dental function. You’ll visit an outside specialist for your implant, then return here to have your bridge anchored to your artificial tooth root.
  • Root Canal – While no one wants to hear they need a root canal, this treatment can help you avoid an extraction. Dr. Lee may refer you to an outside specialist, depending on which tooth is infected.
  • Tooth Extraction – Sometimes tooth removal is the best choice for your smile. Dr. Lee can gently remove the tooth. Then he’ll work with you on replacing it with a restorative solution.

If you are nervous at all about your treatment, sedation through laughing gas is available.

Call 713-677-2011 to meet with your emergency dentist in Houston. You can also ​​schedule online for any non-emergencies. We’re open as early as 7:30 a.m.

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