Welcome to Smile Texas’ Dental Implants Blog!

Dental implant patient at our Sugar Land office.Welcome to Smile Texas! Doctors Rick Kline and Bret Davis are proud to introduce you to our new dental implants blog, which is dedicated to patient education and supporting the Sugar Land community. We invite you to visit us often for fun, educational posts, and to keep up with local news and events. We also encourage you to visit the rest of our site, designed as a one-stop educational resource on dental implants, the leading treatment for tooth loss and advanced dental infection. Should you ever have any questions or concerns, email us through the contact form on the left-hand side of your screen or call us at 832-500-3935.

This Blog’s Philosophy

With over 20 years of experience, Drs. Kline and David have, since day one, firmly held the belief that a healthy patient is an informed patient. Towards this end, Drs. Kline and Davis have always endeavored to do their part to educate patients and this blog is an extension of that personal philosophy. While we walk the edge between education and entertainment — we wouldn’t want to bore you —, our goal is to provide you the knowledge and the resources to make the very best decisions for your dental health.

Drs. Kline and Davis, as well as the staff of Smile Texas, are also avid supporters of the Sugar Land community. Did you know that our practice has been the official dentist for the Miss Texas USA® and the Miss Texas Teen USA® competitions since 2000? That’s right! To show our support, this blog is also dedicated to help spread the word about local events and local news. So, if you’re ever wondering what’s coming up in Sugar Land, you can be sure that our blog will have something for you.

What’s Coming Up

You might be wondering: how could you ever make dentistry entertaining? While we can’t promise an action movie, we’re sure to share fun facts that you may have never known before. For example, did you know that for a very long time we believed that cavemen did not suffer from tooth decay? Or that our ancient Egyptian and European ancestors used dental implants thousands of years before the modern treatment was developed? Did you know that one of the first bone graft patients was excommunicated by the Catholic Church? See! There are plenty of fun facts and we’ll be sure to share them with you over the following weeks.

Stay Tuned and Stay Healthy

There’s plenty of reason to stop by whenever you have some time on the computer. In the meantime, navigate this dental implant educational website, designed to offer a comprehensive look at dental implants, their benefits, and to help you form an expectation of that the treatment can do for you. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us to speak to a member of our staff: 832-500-3935.