At Family Dental Care, we know you’ll have some questions for us! We’re happy to answer them for you. Call us at 409-206-1763 or visit our office at 148 Country Lane Drive in the 77657 ZIP code. In the meantime, see if we’ve addressed your inquiry on our list of FAQ.
- Q: Can You Help My Smile?
- Do You Accept My Insurance?
- Can You Take Care of My Child’s Teeth?
- My Damaged Teeth Make It Hard to Eat; Can You Help?
Q: Can You Help My Smile?
A: Absolutely! At Family Dental Care in Bevil Oaks, we have a number of cosmetic dentistry options to help you get the smile you’ve always wanted. For whiter teeth, we offer Zoom & Opalescence Go whitening. For the smile of your dreams, our traditional or e.max dental veneers are the long-term solution. We’ll be happy to discuss which “smile brightening” options are right for you.
Do You Accept My Insurance?
It’s very likely we do! We work with most dental insurance plans, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, Cigna, Delta Dental, MetLife, and all PPO plans. We also accept MCNA and DentaQuest for patients ages 3-21. We also have plenty of payment options to help for expenses not covered by insurance. For example, you can use third-party financing from CareCredit.
For those without insurance, we even have an in-house financing plan. You’ll receive all your routine dental care like exams and a discount on other services by paying an annual fee and small monthly payments.
Can You Take Care of My Child’s Teeth?
Of course! Dr. Harry Nelams offers family dentistry for children as young as 3 and is happy to welcome young children to our office with “happy visits.” We’ll introduce them to our team and show them how we care for their teeth. We’ll even give them a toothbrush to spark their interest in home oral hygiene. As they get older, they can earn prizes as members of our No-Cavity Club. We offer preventive care like fluoride and dental sealants to keep their teeth free of cavities.
My Damaged Teeth Make It Hard to Eat; Can You Help?
We have many options for repairing dental damage, including replacing missing teeth. A durable dental crown is the right restoration for fixing many kinds of problems, including large cavities, broken teeth, and cracked teeth. You can even replace a single tooth with a crown when it’s attached to a dental implant. We offer several kinds of dentures to replace teeth, including dental implant dentures. You can also replace several adjacent teeth with a dental bridge.