Safe Mercury Removal Technique
Why You Should Have Your Mercury Fillings Removed
Using Cutting-edge Technology to Provide You with the Very Best Dental Care Possible
DENTAL IMPLANTS FOR CONFIDENT SMILES
Today’s Preferred Treatment Option for Replacing Missing Teeth
Revolutionizing the Way Patients View Dental Visits
Dr. Laraway Is Now Offering Advanced Immune Support Products For Online Purchase
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Tuesday: 8 am-7 pm
Wednesday: 8 am-5 pm
Thursday: 8 am-5 pm
Friday: 8 am-2 pm
Saturday: 8 am-12pm
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Laraway Family Dentistry in Conroe, TX
Our team at Laraway Family Dentistry in Conroe,TX is well-equipped to provide you with full-service dental care. Earning the trust and respect of our patients and our community; Exceeding our patient’s expectations; Ensuring a creative, challenging and compassionate, professional environment and Striving for continuous improvement at all levels.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to request an appointment. We hope you’ll find that our practice offers the accessibility and personal commitment you look for in your dentist. Laraway Family Dentistry in the Woodlands, TX practices the latest protocols and techniques for the safe removal of mercury fillings. Schedule your appointment today to have your mercury fillings removed and replaced with safe, mercury-free fillings.
We take a comprehensive approach to family dental care, covering multiple specialties in-house. With this approach, we can more easily identify underlying issues that may be affecting your dental health and work with you to achieve optimal results.
Do I Have Sleep Apnea?
Many people snore, but only 1/5 of adults have some form of sleep apnea. While it can be frustrating to try to sleep while someone is snoring loudly, sleep apnea is more than an annoyance.
Sleep apnea in its severest form can be life-threatening. Even in minor cases of sleep apnea, symptoms can cause many interferences with your daily life.
That’s why it’s important to see a dentist for a professional diagnosis and treatment plan if you or your loved one are experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea.
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