Welcome to Sealy Dental Center in Katy, where we offer exceptional dental care in a clean, modern setting. We are part of the Sealy Dental Center brand, dentist offices that have been fixtures in the Katy area for over 35 years. Our friendly staff looks forward to getting to know each of our new patients on a personal level!
The first time you visit us, our Katy dentists will discuss your health history, past dental experiences, and any related anxieties you may have about dental care. We never pressure our new patients into treatment they don't want or need, and we encourage you to take an active role in your oral health.
Save Time Before You Arrive
When all you need is to see the dentist, the last thing you want to do is spend twenty minutes filling out paperwork when you arrive. Our new patient forms are available online below so you can complete them in the convenience of your own home.
Your First Visit
Many of our new patients have not been to the dentist in a while. But even if you’re up to date on your routine checkups and cleanings, are you sure your dentist is doing all they can to keep your whole body healthy?
To help us serve you best, we need to know what your expectations and needs are for treatment. Urgent concerns, like pain or a broken tooth, will be addressed immediately with our same-day emergency appointments.
Nervous about an upcoming visit? Have a child with you? We provide tours of our office upon request to take the uncertainty out of your visit!
We Don’t Rush Your Care
Please reserve approximately 90 minutes for your first visit with us. First, we will take a set of digital x-rays to provide a comprehensive view of your entire mouth, including the roots of your teeth and your jawbones. A periodontal exam will follow to evaluate your gum health and to screen for gum recession. If your gums have no swelling or deep pockets, we will continue with a preventive cleaning. Finally, our doctors will determine whether you need any type of restorative treatment.
The Building Blocks of Overall Health
Evidence of gum disease or inflammation requires us to take a different approach. Before regular oral care, your gums need to be healthy. After all, your gums are the foundation of your entire smile! Keeping them healthy is important to your overall wellness, cardiovascular system, and respiratory health.
We have Spanish-speaking team members on staff to help make your visit more clear and comfortable.
We Welcome New Patients
Give us a call to schedule your new patient appointment today!