FAMILY APPOINTMENT BLOCKS IN FLINT, TX

FAMILY APPOINTMENT BLOCKS IN FLINT, TX

Dr. Parris Kitt knows how important your family’s health is to you. He’s created an office dedicated to excellence in dental care and oral health. When we take steps to protect your teeth, we protect your whole-body health. We’re the Flint, TX dental office that excels at caring for the entire family at one convenient location.

Take fewer trips to the dentist by booking a family appointment block at Kitt Dental. We’ll see you and your children for a single block of appointments. That means less driving, less time, and fewer days off work.

A family appointment block also makes it easier for us to spot problems troubling the whole family. Are you afraid that your child has inherited your orthodontic issues? Do you have questions about toothbrushes or water picks that apply to your whole family? Does your family need fluoride supplements or have a problem with stained teeth? We can give you the insight you need into your family’s oral health issues. Call us at (903) 561-4477 to make an appointment for your whole family.

When was the last time you came in for a cleaning? Do you remember the last time you had X-rays taken? You should get a cleaning at least every 6 months, and X-rays every 2-3 years. If you have certain health issues, you may need appointments or X-rays more often. While it’s tempting to skip appointments when you’re busy, it’s important to keep coming in. Frequent check-ups can prevent painful and debilitating oral health problems.

ORAL CANCER SCREENINGS

Dr. Kitt is trained to screen for oral cancers. This quick, painless screening can find pre-cancerous growths and save lives.

EMERGENCY DENTISTRY

If you’ve lost or broken a tooth, call us. If we see you quickly, we may able to prevent lasting damage. In cases where we can’t stop the damage, we can repair it quickly and set your mind at ease.

MOUTH GUARDS

If you or your child participates in sports, a mouth guard is a must-have piece of safety gear. A custom mouth guard fits better and is more comfortable than a generic one. Mouth guards can prevent debilitating injuries to the teeth, gums, jaws and tongue.