Welcome to Spring Branch Dental Group! Our clinic is located at 9738 Katy Fwy #400, Houston, TX 77055 and is led by our founder and lead dentist, Dr. Jason Lee, DDS. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive dentistry services to the Spring Branch community and surrounding areas.
Our team of experienced and skilled dental professionals are committed to providing high-quality care in a comfortable and welcoming environment. We offer a wide range of services, including preventative care, general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry.
At Spring Branch Dental Group, we understand the importance of maintaining good oral health and we work with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets their unique needs and goals. We believe in educating our patients about their oral health and providing them with the tools and resources they need to maintain a healthy smile for a lifetime.
We strive to make dental care accessible and affordable for all of our patients. We accept most insurance plans and offer flexible financing options. We also have an in-house dental plan for our patients with no dental insurance.
We are currently accepting new patients and invite you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Lee and our team. We look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve optimal oral health.
Thank you for choosing Spring Branch Dental Group.
Name: Spring Branch Dental Group
Address: 9738 Katy Fwy #400, Houston, TX 77055, United States
Phone: (832) 548-1533
Monday 9 AM–6 PM
Tuesday 8 AM–6 PM
Wednesday 9 AM–6 PM
Thursday 9 AM–8 PM
Friday 9 AM–6 PM
Saturday 9 AM–4 PM
Osteoporosis is a disease that makes our bones more brittle and vulnerable to fracture.This disease disrupts the bodies balance of resorbing old bone and growing new bone. In essence you lose bone faster than you gain it.
This disease tends to affect women more than men and can lead to a fractured hip or even a curved spine as we age. Osteoporosis also has an effect on our dental health.
How does osteoporosis aeffect dental health?
- Osteoporosis reduces bone density and volume in the jaws that holds our teeth in place. Research has shown that women with osteoporosis suffer from more tooth loss than those without the disease.
- Progressive gum disease can also cause deterioration in the bone surrounding the teeth. Combined with osteoporosis this can be a recipe for losing teeth fast. Maintaining Good Dental hygiene at home can help keep this in check.
- Denture wearers with osteoporosis will lose bone density and volume leading to loose and Ill fitting dentures.
Unfortunately, most patients have no idea they have the disease.
Many different factors can increase the chance of developing osteoporosis. These include age, illness, personal habits, medications, diet, genetics.
Marielaina Perrone DDS can notice changes in bone levels from radiographs that are taken over time to note if there are any abnormal changes.
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