We Offer Dental Implants, Affordable Veneers & More To The Houston, TX Area!

At River Oaks Dental Arts, we offer comprehensive care with an emphasis on cosmetic dentistry. Although our dentists provide quality general dentistry, they shine in their ability to help patients imagine and create their perfect smile. Our dentists' skill, attention to detail, and the time that they spend with each patient truly sets our Houston dental practice apart from the pack.

Dr. Testa and Dr. Mouzi approach every treatment from a cosmetic point of view, whether they're making a tooth-colored filling look like it's not even there or giving you a bright, white smile that looks completely natural. Cosmetic dentistry is as much an art as it is a science, and both of our dentists have an eye for creating a smile so beautiful and natural that no one will ever know you weren't born with it.

River Oaks Dental Arts provides a variety of both general and cosmetic dental services for the greater Houston, TX area. Below you can learn more about the services we offer including: invisalign clear braces, porcelain veneers, tooth colored fillings, and dental implant therapy. For more information, please contact us today.

Cosmetic Dentistry

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General Dentistry

Our dentists truly believe that most serious dental problems can be prevented by routine cleanings and checkups. With thorough exams, sophisticated diagnostic processes, and advanced treatment planning, our team can help you achieve a healthy and attractive smile that will last a lifetime.

General Dental Services

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Periodontal (Gum) Health

According to the surgeon general, at least 80% of American adults have gum disease. The beginning stage, known as gingivitis, is characterized by red, swollen gums that bleed every time you floss. If our Houston dentists catch gum disease in this early stage, it's completely reversible with in-office treatments and proper home care. Left undiagnosed, gingivitis can progress to more serious periodontal disease and eventually lead to 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. Our dentists can treat many cases with less-invasive techniques first, including medicated rinses and local antibiotics. The sooner we can diagnose potential problems, the quicker we can get you back on the road to good oral health.

Periodontal Services

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