DENTAL BLOG​

April 16, 2024

As dental technology evolves, the options for replacing missing teeth have expanded. Dental implants, which are a common treatment option, have especially seen significant development. Offering the promise of long-lasting results and replicating the feel and function of natural tooth or teeth, dental implants have helped many patients regain their smile and confidence. Two of …

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March 27, 2024

Like building a home, good oral health starts with a strong foundation: your teeth. Unfortunately, many factors, such as poor diet, aging, and unhealthy habits, can degrade your teeth’s strength. But the good news is that it’s not too late, and you can take charge of your dental health. In this blog, we will explore …

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January 17, 2024

Have you been spending your nights tossing and turning, struggling to breathe? Perhaps you’re continually fatigued during the day despite clocking in your regular hours of sleep at night. If this sounds familiar, you might be suffering from sleep apnea. Thankfully, your struggle with sleep apnea is about to take a twist with the science-backed …

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December 20, 2023

Are you considering dental implants but concerned about whether they will look and feel natural? Many individuals who have experienced tooth loss are eager to find replacement teeth options that seamlessly blend in with their natural teeth. The question “Do dental implants look natural?” often arises. This blog post will address this concern and explore …

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November 30, 2023

Have you ever pondered the complexities of your oral hygiene or the countless dental treatments available today that go beyond traditional fillings and extractions? Among these is ozone therapy. Read on to learn its benefits, particularly in treating periodontal diseases and other related medical conditions. What Is Ozone Therapy in Dentistry? Ozone therapy has been …

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October 20, 2023

Though a common oral health issue, bleeding gums often indicate more severe underlying conditions. For example, periodontal disease, which is characterized by inflammation and infection of the gums, damages the soft tissue and frequently results in bleeding. What Do Bleeding Gums Mean? Bleeding gums is usually the first sign of gum disease, such as gingivitis …

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September 11, 2023

Dentin hypersensitivity is a common oral condition characterized by a sudden sharp pain in response to certain triggers such as cold, hot, sweet, or acidic foods and drinks. It can be caused by a variety of factors such as gum recession or erosion of the tooth enamel. Fortunately, there are several treatments available that can …

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September 6, 2023

In pursuing overall health and wellness, many individuals are now exploring alternative approaches to traditional dental care practices. One such approach gaining popularity is mercury-free dentistry. Let’s look closer into mercury-free dentistry, explore its benefits, and shed light on why it is essential for oral health. What Is Mercury and What Does It Do to …

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July 1, 2023

  Maintaining healthy gums is crucial for overall oral hygiene. Gum problems such as gingivitis and periodontitis can lead to serious dental issues like tooth loss, if left untreated. Given the multitude of toothpaste options available, finding the ideal toothpaste for gum disease to cater to your specific needs can be a daunting task. Quick …

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TESTIMONIALS

Reviews From Google

Brace C.
Brace C.
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Wow! I cannot explain how truly grateful I am to have found Dr. Jones. I was referred to her practice from a friend, and to say the least it was a very pleasant experience. Like most people, I have always been nervous about going to the dentist, but Dr. Jones put all my fears at ease. She was gentile, thorough and listened to all of my questions and concerns. Her staff was so welcoming and I cannot wait to return with the rest of my family.
Marina O.
Marina O.
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In general, I have a strong dislike for the dentist. I have very sensitive teeth and continually find that dentists do not listen to me as I explain this.I really appreciate how Marilyn is willing to listen to you and really takes into account what you say. It means a lot for a dentist to take the time to do that and actually follow through with what they say that they are going to do. This was the best experience that I've had with a dentist, and I will definitely be going back!
Yvette W.
Yvette W.
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Just like most people I hate going to the dentist but Dr. Jones office was very professional and polite; they made my experience very pleasant. When I asked a lot of questions they took the time to explain things to me or elaborate their answers. I would definitely recommend making your next dentist appointment here if you want to be sure you have a seamless and stress free experience!
Neelay K.
Neelay K.
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My regular dentist failed to make my appointment so I came into this dental office as a walk-in and surprisingly was seen within minutes. It was just a routine check-up but they found a minor cavity on my back molar. Fortunately, I have set up a follow-up appointment with Dr. Jones instead of my regular dentist. I was really impressed by the staff and the professionalism. I received literature about gum health and when I called back an hour later with more questions, all were answered immediately. The location is perfect so I'm happy to have stumbled upon it, definitely going to refer my friends!
Mika G.
Mika G.
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First time here and I have to say I was really impressed. The location of the office is great and easy to find and the staff here are very professional. I found Dr. Jones when I started my search for a dentist in the area and I'm glad I did. I don't know about the other services she provides but speaking for myself I can say I think she has routine dental and patient care down pat, I just might make this my permanent dentist office.
Bridget W.
Bridget W.
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It's that time again. dental cleanings, physical exams, and all other fun stuff that you never really have the time to do, but know it has to be done. I am a person that hates going to medical appointments of any kind and not because of fear or pain, but because it seems that many offices have poor time management, and "ain't nobody got time for dat". I arrived about ten minutes before my appointment time, but since it was near the end of the workday, I was sure I would be waiting forever. To my great delight, I had barely completed my enrollment paperwork when I was escorted to the back by a friendly dental assistant that asked about my day and chatted about hers; she did a good job at helping me relax. The rest of the appointment went smoothly. Dr. Jones has warm, friendly eyes that made me feel as if she really cares about what’s best for you when she speaks to you. All I went in for was cleaning and checkup, but I got a lot more. I found a regular dentist.
Tucky D.
Tucky D.
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I am a recent transplant to Houston and was recommended Marilyn's practice by friends. I was worried there would be difficulty with my insurance and transferring my paperwork from my dentist back in MD, but receptionist was extremely helpful and took care of everything. The waiting room was nice and welcoming. Unlike most doctor or dentist appointments there was no waiting an hour after your original appointment time. The staff was prompt and courteous. After being lead into the exam room I was greeted by a technician/ hygienist (?) who cleaned my teeth and took the necessary x-rays. Marilyn came in after and was extremely nice and patient answering all my questions about a minimal oral surgery I would need to schedule for the future. Overall for a dentist appointment it was a very pleasant visit :)
Cesar C.
Cesar C.
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Great work, very comfortable.
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