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JC Dental Care |4922 Hwy 6 N Suite 4904HoustonTX77084 | (346) 291-1119

In-House Laboratory

We provide the highest quality appliances in the most convenient time frame. We create same-day appliances such as dentures, dental implant dentures, partials, and crowns. Our lab technicians hand-make your specific item, ensuring the fit, shape, and end product is customized to your needs.

Unlike other offices that outsource their appliance manufacturing to a third party, our team keeps the process under our roof, meaning fewer appointments for you and guaranteed quality. We are dedicated and familiar with our patients and keep your best interest in mind every step of the way. When you choose JC Dental Care, you can trust that your dental care is in good hands.

Exclusive Surgical Room & Negative Air Pressure Room

JC Dental Care has a complete surgical room, so you no longer have to travel for your procedure. It allows us to do each of our services here in-house.

Many people are fearful at the thought of oral surgery, but the truth is most procedures are gentle and performed using modern methods and tools to make your treatments safe, comfortable, and successful. For many people, a simple dental surgery can have life-changing results.

Treatment with oral surgery is designed to address, treat, and alleviate a wide variety of conditions and issues.

What Is Negative Air Pressure and How Does It Keep You Safe?

We know that COVID-19 is primarily spread through respiratory droplets in the air that are produced when someone speaks, coughs, or sneezes. Because of the nature of dental treatment, JC Dental Care understands that many of our procedures involve a high risk of these droplets being produced. That's why air filtration is especially important.

Negative air pressure is a particularly effective way to filter the air. It works by drawing the air out of an operatory room and capturing airborne bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19, before pumping fresh air back into the room. This can prevent patients who may have COVID-19 from spreading it to others.

In fact, studies have found that directing airflow through a negative pressure room is a preferred way to protect both healthcare workers and patients. In addition to being useful in dental offices, some hospitals use negative air pressure rooms to treat patients with known respiratory infections such as flu, tuberculosis, or COVID-19.

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