Tired of being referred from one office to the next? Look no further than The Dentists at 650 Heights. We offer a wide variety of services, including dental implants, crowns, veneers, root canals, braces, teeth whitening, periodontal treatment, smile makeovers, and much more. You can even contact our emergency dentist near you. Our office incorporates the latest dental technology and techniques to ensure that you receive safe, efficient, and highly effective treatment.
Dr. Alicia Valentini and our team strive to offer high-quality care accessible to all from our dentistry in the Greater Heights area. For years, we have cared for the smiles of our community, and we’d love to do the same for you. Our office serves patients from all over North Houston and The Heights, including Shady Acres and the surrounding areas. Ready to schedule an appointment with a family dentist in Houston? Give us a call or book online by filling out our simple form. We hope to see you here soon!
We combine the many years of experience of our dental team with state-of-the-art dental tools to provide excellent dental care to all patients who walk through our doors. Whether you’re coming in for a routine check up or a restoration procedure, we’re committed to ensuring that you leave our offices feeling better than when you walk in.
In the case of the Chao Pinhole Technique, our dentist in Houston, TX, uses a dental needle to make a pinhole in the patient’s gum tissue. Our dentist then uses special instruments to loosen the gum tissue through this hole. These special dental tools gently expand the gum tissue, allowing the dentist to slide the tissue over the exposed tooth roots.
LANAP treatment encourages the affected gum tissues to heal themselves by stimulating tissue growth and regeneration. The benefits of LANAP treatment in Houston, TX include less bleeding, less swelling, a lower degree of sensitivity during and after treatment, less pain, reduced risk of post-op infection, and faster healing.
The Dentists at 650 Heights don’t use messy dental material to make teeth impressions. Instead, our team relies on 3D imaging for diagnosis and treatment planning. If you’ve always disliked conventional teeth impressions, you don’t have to worry anymore. Give us a call to schedule your appointment!
Platelet-rich fibrin, also known as PRF, is a substance that can be used in many different oral surgical procedures in order to accelerate bone renewal and the healing of wounds. This process is particularly beneficial for patients that might have acute or chronic diseases. If you require a surgical procedure at our office, your doctor will determine if PRF is right for your situation.