Comprehensive Family Dental offers services beyond the scope of many other general dentistry practices. Our extensive service menu includes oral surgery procedures like simple extractions and bone grafting, relaxing sedation options, available in-office anesthesia, sleep apnea treatment, TMJ/TMD treatments, and more. We keep as much of your dental care in-house as possible for your convenience and comfort.
Victoria dentists Dr. Rainey and Dr. Fritsche will tell you that the best-case scenario for oral health is to keep your natural teeth in your mouth indefinitely, as long as they can be restored. There may be times, however, when teeth have to be removed for the good of your ongoing oral health—for example, when they are impeding the movement of other teeth or have become too damaged by decay, infection, or injury to be restored. For those situations, Comprehensive Family Dental can perform safe, simple extraction procedures.
Full mouth reconstruction is a detailed, customized treatment plan that involves one or more of the dental services we offer to get your teeth, smile, and overall dental health where you want it to be. Full mouth reconstruction involves building a brand-new smile from the ground up. Whether you’re starting out with a few teeth that need repair or starting over with no teeth at all, we would love to bring back the smile you remember—or maybe even a smile better than any other you’ve ever had.
Bone grafting is used to supplement the jawbone after atrophy, which is usually the result of missing teeth. Grafting can improve the effects of bone loss, helping to maintain the facial structure, alignment, and bite. Bone grafting helps build a foundation to receive dental implants for patients who would not otherwise be successful candidates.
*Dr. Tim Rainey and Dr. Donnese Fritsche are general dentists performing oral surgery services.
About one-third of the U.S. population avoids going to the dentist because of dental anxiety or fears ranging from concern about costs to sounds and smells in the dental office. As awareness of the oral-systemic link to health and wellness has become widespread, sedation dentistry has also become increasingly popular. Sedation dentistry can also help those who have sensitive teeth, low pain threshold, exaggerated gag reflex, people who have trouble holding still and other conditions.
Comprehensive Family Dental offers in-office nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and IV sedation. Nitrous oxide is breathed through a mask during your appointment and switched to pure oxygen following your appointment to clear your head and allow you to drive home safely. Oral sedation and IV sedation both involve medication, either taken orally or administered through an IV, and we will require you to have a driver. We also offer the option of in-office general anesthesia, which would be administered by an anesthesiologist we bring in for your procedure.
TMJ (temporomandibular joints) resemble sliding hinges connecting the skull to the jaw on either side. TMJ/TMD dysfunction can have many different causes, from teeth grinding and clenching (bruxism) to arthritis to trauma and other issues. Left untreated, TMJ disorders may disrupt sleep, lead to severe tooth wear, lead to jaw pain and headaches, and have other adverse effects. Comprehensive Family Dental may suggest a custom-fit bite splint for wear during sleep, recommend techniques for reducing stress, or advise other lifestyle changes. If you are living with TMJ issues, our team can help.
Our office is conveniently located off East Mockingbird Lane, between John Stockbauer Rd., and Sam Houston Dr.
110 Professional Park Dr.
Victoria, TX 77904
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|8:00AM - 5:00PM|
To Our Patient Families:
We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation through numerous agencies including the Federal and State Governments, the Centers for Disease Control, the American Dental Association and our Texas State Board of Dental Examiners. Starting March 23, 2020 Comprehensive Family Dental will shift our focus to Emergency Dental Care (toothaches, abscesses, fractured teeth, swelling, etc…).