Get Answers to Frequently Asked Dental Questions in Bryan

We know you probably have a few questions about us and about your dental care. To help, we’ve put together a list of Bryan dental questions that patients often ask. If you have a different question, or if you’d like to make an appointment, call us today at 979-279-8839. You can also make an appointment online.

I have a dental emergency. What do I do?

In any dental emergency, the worst thing you can do is to try to tough out pain, swelling, or a cracked or broken tooth. Time is extra important if a tooth has been knocked out. Call our office at once at 979-279-8839 for a same-day emergency appointment. If it’s after hours, you’ll be forwarded to Dr. Johnson’s cell phone.

Do you perform restorative dentistry?

Yes, we perform many types of restorative dentistry. If your smile needs repair because of missing and damaged teeth, we’re here to help. We offer everything from simple tooth fillings to same-day CEREC crowns, dentures, and several types of dental implant restorations. We want to be your one-stop dentist for any sort of smile repair you need. Our goal is to keep you and your family smiling confidently and chewing with gusto!

How can veneers improve my smile?

Dental veneers can take a drab, damaged set of teeth and turn them into an eye-catching smile. These thin shells bond to the front of your teeth to instantly conceal cracks, chips, gaps, stains, short teeth, and worn-down teeth. At Johnson Dentistry, we offer two types of veneers – porcelain and composite resin. Porcelain veneers are the most lifelike, while composite veneers are the most affordable. If your smile is suffering because of damaged or worn teeth, we invite you to come in for a veneers consultation.

What kind of orthodontics do you offer?

We offer two great orthodontic treatments – Invisalign and ClearCorrect. Both options deliver straight smiles without using any metal. Instead, these systems use comfortable, clear teeth aligners that gently move teeth into their proper positions. The aligners are nearly invisible, and people may not notice them unless you point them out. Our team can discuss your needs and help you decide which treatment option will work better for your situation.