Lifetime Dental of The Woodlands is your local dentist in Spring Texas
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Welcome to Lifetime Dental of The Woodlands.

About Us

Teeth Cleaning

Due to the natural accumulation of plaque and bacteria, teeth cleanings are highly recommended. Our dentist will conduct an examination of your teeth, extract all of the accumulated tartar, then floss and polish your teeth. Our dentist can also provide you with more information on how to take proper care of your teeth.

Teeth Whitening

There are various reasons why your teeth may have changed color. The more common causes are lifestyle habits such as drinking coffee, smoking and others can be drinking, eating and even candy consumption. While most people like to carry out teeth whitening remedies at home, we recommend visiting our dentist at Lifetime Dental of The WoodlandsSpring ,Texas for further assistance.


This teeth whitening procedure can lighten a patients teeth by several shades, in just one visit! The bleaching gel is activated by the laser and can help resolve deep teeth stains. However, laser whitening may not be recommended by our dentist if you have gum disease or tooth decay, as these are issues that should be treated first, so it’s always suggested to talk to our dentist first


If you feel metal braces don't suit you, our dentist has an alternative for you; Invisalign are clear aligners that are custom made in accordance with your dental structure.

Invisalign fit perfectly over your teeth and are practically invisible. They are engineered to provide the right amount of force to your teeth in the right places. Your teeth will gradually move into the perfect alignment following a treatment plan, devised by our dentist.

Zoom In-Office Teeth Whitening

Zoom in-office teeth whitening is known to remove discoloration from your teeth. The patented whitening gel is applied to the patient’s teeth. It’s imperative for you to consult our dentist when decided on the Zoom in-office teeth whitening procedure, as they understand the requirements, risks and precautions of the procedure. From the preliminary examination to the precautions during the procedure, you can be sure that our dentist will gladly assist you with this process.

Digital X-rays

Among the most commonly used dental imaging techniques, digital x-rays are useful as they do not expose you to as much radiation as film x-rays tend to do. The imaging results help our dentist identify any growths or abnormalities in the gums, teeth and enamel with ease.The x-ray machine is connected to a computer that showcases the image within minutes of being taken. This not only makes your dental appointment shorter, but it also allows our dentist to view the results immediately instead of having to wait hours or days.

Intraoral Camera

Another common dental x-ray, the intraoral camera, is used when our dentist needs to take x-rays to see the interior of your mouth as clearly as possible. In this case, the camera is largely focused on the inside of your mouth

Cone Beam 3D Dental Imaging

Dental cone beam tomography, also known as a Cone Beam CT, is largely used when regular facial or dental x-rays are not applicable to the dental condition being treated. With Cone beam tomography, our dentist can acquire a 3D image of the teeth, gums, and other soft tissues, as well as the bones and the nerve pathways of the roots, to correctly identify and treat the problem.

Oral Cancer Screening (Velscope)

Oral cancer is usually non-fatal if detected in its early stages. This is why our dentist could recommend you get tested or screened. One of the tools used for oral cancer screening is Velscope, which is a technology that is recognized by the WHO – World Health Organization and is an efficient tool in diagnosing oral cancer.

It works by analyzing and providing visual representations of abnormalities in the oral mucous that may not be visible to the naked eye. The tool is one of the most widely used for oral cancer screening today.

iTero Dental Impressions

Used to get effective intraoral x-rays, the iTero dental impressions provide a 3D image of your teeth. It’s used to acquire dental impressions for braces, dental fillings, dental crowns, implants and more. The iTero dental impressions take minutes to work and can be performed without any protective wear.

Our office has a wonderful staff who takes great pride in providing excellent dental care for you! If you’d like to learn more about our services, or interested in scheduling an appointment, call us at 281-363-0500 or visit our office today! Our team is here to address any questions or concerns you may have.