Sharpstown Houston TX Dental Cleaning Children Medicaid PPO Service Launched

Dentist 101 has launched its dental check-up service in the Sharpstown region of Houston, Texas. It provides affordable rates for check-ups for adults and children and accepts Medicaid and PPO.

Houston, United States - November 21, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Dentist 101 has launched its dental check-up service in the Sharpstown region of Houston, Texas. The clinic provides check-ups for both adults and children and accepts Medicaid and PPO.

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The newly launched service provides patients with a thorough dental check-up and cleaning. Before beginning the dental cleaning, the clinic’s experienced dentists will conduct a thorough examination. A check will be conducted for cavities, plaque, and tartar on teeth. This process ensures both teeth and gums are healthy.

A thorough check-up is crucial for maintaining oral health. Plaque is a clear, sticky layer of bacteria and if it is not removed, plaque can harden and become tartar. Tartar cannot be removed at home with brushing and flossing. If plaque and tartar build up on teeth, they can cause oral diseases.

Dentist 101 will also check gums. This involves examining the depth of the spaces between teeth and gums. With healthy gums, the spaces are shallow. When people have gum disease, the spaces may become deeper.

After a thorough check-up, a dental cleaning wil then be conducted. Brushing and flossing help clean the plaque from teeth, but tartar cannot be removed at home with a toothbrush. During the cleaning, a dental professional will carry out scaling. This is an important process where the use of special dental tools is required to remove tartar.

Upon the completion of scaling, teeth are then polished. This process uses a gritty paste that helps remove any surface stains on the teeth. Read more about Dentist 101’s dental check-up service here

Dentist 101 provides a comfortable environment for both children and adults to do a dental check-up. In addition to serving Sharpstown, Dentist 101 serves the areas of Chinatown, Westchase, Briar Forest, Bellaire, Alief, Mid West, and Braeburn.

As a service to its patients, the dental practice accepts most dental insurance programs, including non-managed care, indemnity, and PPO out-of-network. Its PPO dentist is not part of any managed care network. Dentist 101’s accounting staff will prepare all the necessary forms for PPO dental benefits.

For more information about Dentist 101 go to or call 713-773-1300.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Jessica Su
Email: Send Email
Organization: Dentist 101
Address: 9180 Bellaire Blvd Suite #B, Houston, Texas 77036, United States
Phone: +1-713-773-1300

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88986736

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