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Now Offering Botox® for Esthetic and TMJ Pain Relief
Botox® has a long history of medical and therapeutic (aka non-cosmetic) uses. The procedure was originally developed to treat eye muscle disorders and neurological conditions.
Botox® is a safe and FDA approved purified neurotoxin protein. When it’s injected into the muscle, it blocks nerve cells from passing signals back and forth, which then stops muscles from contracting.
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A leader in the field of cosmetic and family dentistry
Most PPO Dental Insurances Accepted
We are also in network with the following dental insurances.
Here at Westlake Hills Dentistry we can take care of all your dental care under one roof.
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With extensive training in implants and cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Ho is able to keep all your dental needs under one roof.
HIGH QUALITY SERVICES
We only use the best materials for our patients to create long lasting and beautiful dentistry.
We use the latest dental technology such as CEREC Omnicam to create more efficiency and accurate dentistry.
Our Dental Team has been working together for years. There is no question we can’t collectively answer and your satisfaction is our #1 priority.
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Our Current Specials
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$199 New Dental Patient Special
Full exam, full series of x-rays & basic dental cleaning.
Non-Insured New Patients Only.
FREE Implant Consultations
Free Invisalign Consultations
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- Wednesday:10:00 AM — 6:00 PM
- Thursday:7:00 AM — 3:00 PM
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What are dentures? Dentures are artificial teeth made using a material known as acrylic, to replace missing natural teeth in the mouth. There are two kinds of dentures that you can get depending upon the number of teeth present in your oral cavity; the first is known...
Why do you replace missing teeth? There are a number of different ways in which people can lose their natural teeth. Extensive or gross dental decay, extractions, advanced gingival infections, trauma or accidents, and tooth wear are some of the most common causes of...
It is true; the sound of a dental hand-piece or drill can frighten even the bravest of patients. There was a time when the only way of getting rid of a carious lesion was by going under the drill, literally. Conventional filling procedures involve removal of the...