Do You Use Mouth Rinse?

As I'm sure you've heard, dental patients are always told to brush and floss every day. But are you using the third dental tool that often goes unused? Keep reading to learn more! The Third Oral Health Tool Mouth rinsing can be more than four times more effective than flossing for sustained plaque reduction above the gumline. Using a mouth... read more »

Why Dental Assistants Are So Important

Dental offices need dental assistants for many reasons. While we celebrate our dental assistants every day, we especially honor them in March as we celebrate National Dental Assistant Week each year! Why Dental Assistants Are So Important to a Smoothly Run Practice -Dental assistants can be great mind readers. They are typically one step ahead and know what the dentist... read more »

Serving Our Heroes!

Dr. Timothy E. Gardner and our team at Montgomery & Conroe Comprehensive Dental Centers are very grateful for Veterans! It is both an honor and pleasure to be able to provide dentistry to Montgomery County, Texas, veterans during our annual Dentistry For Veterans day, held each November at our Montgomery office. It is our 11th year, and we enjoy being... read more »

Another Satisfied Patient Talks About Her Experience with Our Dental Team!

We are excited and grateful for Alicia's review and it more than made our day! Her experience is what we mean by "Life Changing Dentistry". We strive to provide our patients comprehensive dental care in a relaxed, comfortable setting, using the latest technologies and the best materials available. We apply the Golden Rule to everything we do. Why suffer? Don't... read more »

Are Dental X-Rays Safe?

Some of the most common questions we get at Montgomery & Conroe Comprehensive Dental Centers have to do with dental X-rays. Are they safe?  Why do I or my children need them?  How often should I get them? These are great questions! Let's start with the most important question... are they safe? The FDA and the ADA test dental X-rays... read more »

Why is Visiting the Dentist an Important Part of Prenatal Care?

This is very good question!  While you may have completed the nursery, checked your registry list twice and scheduled every follow-up appointment with your OB/GYN, what is missing?  During the excitement of anticipating and making arrangements for your newborns arrival, many expectant mothers forget to schedule a check-up/cleaning as part of your prenatal care. For some, it isn’t until you... read more »

7 Benefits of Dental Laser Treatment

That’s a great question!  Many people may not know that lasers provide revolutionary and painless options to kill harmful oral bacteria, plus they allow you to preserve teeth that may have been lost with standard periodontal disease treatments.  Using lasers represents the leading-edge treatment to fight periodontal disease. These are some of the benefits of using lasers to treat gum... read more »

Dental Implants 101…

Before advances in technology, one of the saddest days for a dentist and their patient was finding that a tooth could not be saved. In fact, over time teeth may actually have to ‘retire’ for a variety of reasons. This can include fracturing your tooth while eating, or an infection. Thanks to dental implants, you no longer have to feel... read more »

Is It Safe To Go To The Dentist During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Undoubtedly, COVID-19 has changed our lives and while we've never seen anything like this before, avoiding the dentist isn't a wise idea. Avoiding regular cleaning and resolving pain issues will not only help your overall health but can prevent issues from becoming even more painful and much more costly down the road. To help with the fear of air quality... read more »

Care for your Whole Family

The struggle is real. Work, kids, extra activities, meals, doctors appointments - it's not easy being Mom and Dad. But what if you could do two things at once? We serve as a family one-stop shop for dentistry! Get your teeth cleaned while the kids get orthodontic check-ups. Treat yourself to whitening while the kids get their fillings. Have e-mails... read more »