Texas City Dental Services
Proudly Serving the Texas Gulf Coast Area
Without a solid foundation, even the most sensational smile won’t last. You need regular exams and proper home care to protect your smile’s integrity and longevity. As a general dentist, Dr. Hackbarth uses preventive care to monitor your dental health and keep you on the path to lifetime oral wellness. Patient checkups include a full-mouth assessment so that we can look for any damage, decay, or old dental work that needs replacement.
Dr. Hackbarth, who specializes in complex restorative dentistry, also focuses on early detection and prompt treatment of disease, which results in less damage and less invasive therapy. His approach saves patients the additional pain, stress, and financial impact that come from major dental health problems, like advanced oral cancer, large areas of tooth decay, and gum disease. We want you and your loved ones to enjoy vibrant, healthy smiles for life.
At our inviting dental practice, you'll find the comprehensive care your family needs, delivered with a focus on your comfort and peace of mind. We offer many dental services, from routine preventive care to cosmetic dentistry to dental implants. As our patient, you'll achieve spectacular smile designed to last a lifetime. Dr. Hackbarth performs advanced dentistry and invests in state-of-the-art technology, including digital X-rays, DIAGNOdent laser cavity detection, invisible clear braces, and much more. He continually invests in postgraduate education and state-of-the-art technology to bring our patients – that’s you – the best that dental science has to offer.
In our office, we have developed a sense of community that's hard to define but easy to notice, and we hope you'll join us. Freshly brewed coffee (we have really good coffee) a cozy atmosphere, and relaxing music will welcome you to our Texas City dental office. We like to have fun, so you might also hear something you wouldn't expect at the dentist's office - laughter!
Treatment for Head, Jaw, Ear Pain, and Headaches
The way the teeth fit together, and function affects the jaw muscles and joints. When these get over stimulated or work in disharmony, they often cause pain which can affect the head and neck causing headaches. Often there appears to be an ear ache when the problem is in the temporomandibular joint. We have technology and treatments which can help relieve these problems.