Cosmetic Dentistry in Lake Jackson - Comprehensive Dentistry for All Ages - Corby Gotcher
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Comprehensive Dentistry for All Ages in Lake Jackson, TX

What Is Comprehensive Dentistry?

Comprehensive dentistry is based on the idea that serious dental issues can be prevented through regular checkups and biannual cleanings. Dr. Gotcher’s approach to oral health is a proactive one: through early detection, he is able to diagnose and tackle dental concerns with a conservative treatment plan.

Whatever your dental woe, Dr. Gotcher has the solution to ensure you love your smile again. You will be amazed at how life-changing restorative dentistry can be.

Restorative dentistry treatments, such as dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, and orthodontic services, are perfect solutions for anyone who is unhappy with their smile. Dr. Gotcher’s restorative dentistry can help you whether you are missing teeth, have discolored teeth, or have misaligned teeth that need straightening.

Whenever your smile does need a little extra care, Dr. Gotcher offers many complex restorative treatments—including natural-looking restorations, orthodontic services, cosmetic dentistry, and dental implants—that will have you eating your favorite foods and smiling with confidence again in no time. There’s something for everyone’s smile at our Lake Jackson dental office!

General and Preventive Dentistry - Comprehensive

General & Preventive Services

Braces for Patients of All Ages

Traditional Braces

Sedation at our Lake Jackson TX dental office - Comprehensive Dentistry for All Ages

Sedation Dentistry

If anxiety and fear is the reason you don’t want to go to the dentist, then you should consider sedation dentistry. Sedation dentistry is the practice of using moderate medications to relax and calm patients for their dental visits.

Sometimes referred to as “sleep dentistry,” sedation dentistry is actually so gentle that patients do remain awake during procedures but in a much more relaxed and calmer state of mind.

Oral Conscious Sedation

One type of sedation dentistry is called oral conscious sedation. It involves taking a carefully prescribed pill right before your dental appointment. This effective type of sedation will significantly calm your nerves for your dental visit.

Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)

We also can provide nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, which is a safe anti-anxiety sedation. You breathe in the nitrous oxide (which is combined with oxygen) through a mask that will make you feel immediately relaxed. The effects are very mild and short-lived, so it’s a great option for kids and adults with a milder level of anxiety.

Many people suffer from dental anxiety, but that doesn’t mean you have to undergo stress to visit your dentist. Our sedation options provide a perfect option for those with dental anxiety, allowing you to feel comfortable and at ease during your appointment.

We also offer nitrous oxide (laughing gas), one of the safest anti-anxiety agents used in dentistry. Its effects are very mild and short-lived, so it’s a great option for kids and adults with a milder level of anxiety.


Periodontal dentistry at our Lake Jackson TX dental office - Comprehensive Dentistry for All Ages

Periodontal (Gum) Health

According to the National Institutes of Health, 8-10% of American adults currently have some degree of gum disease. The first stage, known as gingivitis, is characterized by red, swollen gums that bleed every time you floss. If it’s caught early enough, gingivitis is completely reversible with in-office treatments and proper home care. Left undiagnosed, it can progress to more serious periodontal disease, which can result in tooth loss, infections, and an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

In the past, the tried-and-true treatment for gum disease was surgery. Dr. Gotcher can treat many cases with less-invasive techniques, including medicated rinses and local antibiotics, if he’s able to diagnose them early enough. That’s why it’s important to keep up with your biannual cleanings and exams! The earlier we diagnose potential problems, the sooner we’ll have you back on the road to good oral health.

Periodontal Services

  • Gum Disease Diagnosis
  • Deep Cleanings (Scaling & Root Planing)
  • Local Antibiotic Treatments
  • Long-Term Maintenance Plans
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