Our Gift To Show We Care About You!Our initial examination and consultation is FREE OF CHARGE! This is based only on a visual inspection and discussion of any concerns that you may have. If it is determined that further investigation is necessary, x-rays may be a choice that you may wish to make but that is NOT FREE OF CHARGE. We want to give you an opportunity to meet us and also develop a comprehensive plan together to make sure your mouth is healthy and you achieve any goal that you would like to accomplish.
Our Pledge To You!It is our goal to make your experience with us the best dental visit that you have ever had. We value your opinion and encourage our patients to let us know exactly how you feel about us and how you were treated. Ask our staff about our special offer for the month!
Choosing the Right Houston Dentist!It is important to choose the right care-provider for your teeth and gums. Dr. Naftis takes pride in taking care of his patients as he would his own family members. You are in great hands with Dr. Naftis!
Category Archives: Medical Conditions
In this tough economic time the unemployment rate is at its most critical since the great depression and many Americans are affected by stress. Stress can affect the mind and the body, including oral health, if it is not treated. … Continue reading
Taking good care of your mouth, teeth and gums is a worthy goal in and of itself. Good oral and dental hygiene can help prevent bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease — and can help you keep your teeth … Continue reading
Can Medication Have an Effect on My Oral Health? Yes, medications can have oral side effects — dry mouth being the most common. Be sure to tell your dentist about any medications that you’re taking, even medicines that you purchase … Continue reading
Many medications have side effects, and some can even affect oral health. In most cases, the oral side effects of medications resolve shortly after you stop taking the medication. However, the American Dental Association encourages patients to talk to their … Continue reading
Is There an Association Between Gum Disease and Diabetes? For the nearly 21 million Americans that have diabetes, many may be surprised to learn about an unexpected complication associated with this condition. Research shows that there is an increased prevalence … Continue reading