Our goal here at Randolph Family Dental is to look after the well-being of your teeth and gums. This covers a wide territory and that’s why our general dentist in Schertz offers an array of important services, each done with expert precision and gentle care. As far as we’re concerned, we want you to have a mouth filled with strong, healthy teeth and vibrant, pink gums for life.
The foundation of dental care is a twice-yearly examination by our general dentist in Schertz, during which your teeth will be visually and physically inspected, x-rays taken, a periodontal exam conducted, and your bite will be analyzed. Should a cavity be detected, a filling will promptly be placed to treat it, preventing it from growing larger, which would put you at risk for an infection, pain, and the need for root canal treatment. Of course, there are situations in which root canal treatment is unavoidable. If it is required, rest assured that today’s advanced methods and equipment make for a much more comfortable process. Root canal saves your tooth. If, however, it cannot be saved, an extraction will be in order. Again, you will be kept comfortable during the procedure. And fortunately, there are excellent options available for tooth replacement.
Bridges, dentures, and implants are all great ways to give you back your complete smile. And with crowns, any tooth that is weakened from decay, cracked or chipped, crooked or discolored, can be made stronger and better looking. Veneers are perfect if you have multiple teeth and/or multiple cosmetic concerns. And let’s not forget tooth whitening services, both in our office and a convenient take home option offered by our general dentist in Schertz.
Pediatric dental care is offered, with the patience and commitment to a lighthearted atmosphere that is essential for children to feel at ease. Our general dentist in Schertz also offers orthodontic services, including Invisalign, the system of clear aligners that get your teeth straight without the drawbacks of metal braces. We also have periodontal services, since your gums are just as important to your oral health as your teeth are.