Back to School Smiles

The school year is upon us and now is a great time to schedule your next visit with Houston dentist Dr. Scott Young. Making time to visit our office for a professional cleaning and examination can help ensure that you and your children’s smiles remain strong and healthy for the remainder of the year. A visit will also allow Dr. Young to check your teeth and gums, identify early indications for oral health problems, and take action before serious problems arise.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 164 million work hours and countless school hours are lost every year to dental emergencies. Many of these could be prevented through routine cleanings and examinations. To help keep your children healthy and in school where they belong, we encourage you to bring them into our office every six months for routine care. While here, you should plan on a checkup as well, allowing Dr. Young to help prevent issues that can result in physical pain and hours of lost work.

To schedule your next appointment with Dr. Young, please contact us online or call our Hendersonville, NC office at 832-610-3123 today. We welcome patients from Houston, The Woodlands, and all surrounding Texas communities.

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