FAQs

  • Your First Visit

    When you visit us for the first time as a new patient, you will receive a comprehensive dental exam from Dr. Bharwani. He will check your teeth, gums, and mouth for any signs of problems or diseases. He will also perform an oral cancer screening and discuss your treatment options with you.

    Based on your exam results, Dr. Bharwani will suggest a dental service that suits your needs. We offer quality dental care in Memorial Houston and we look forward to seeing you soon.

    At GB Dentistry, we want you to have a pleasant and comfortable dental experience. Dr. Bharwani is a gentle and caring dentist who will listen to your concerns and explain your treatment options. You will always feel welcome and respected in our office.

    We also offer some extra comforts for you to enjoy:

    • Cozy dental chairs in the treatment rooms
    • Noise-canceling headphones
    • Relaxing waiting area with drinks and TV
    • Nitrous oxide for sedation dentistry

    You can also count on us to respect your time and schedule. We offer prompt and efficient dental care at 77079 Houston, and we will see you within a few minutes of your appointment time.

    To make your first visit to GB Dentistry in Memorial as smooth and efficient as possible, please fill out the New Patient Forms that you can download from here before you come. This will save you time and hassle at the reception.

    Also, please remember to bring the following items with you:

    • New Patient Forms
    • Medical history
    • Prescription list
    • Health insurance card
    • List of questions
    • Payment for services
  • Financial Queries

    At GB Dentistry in Memorial Houston, we want to make your dental care affordable and convenient. That’s why we accept most major PPO insurance plans and help you file your claims correctly. Our staff are knowledgeable and experienced in maximizing your insurance benefits. Some of the PPO plans we accept are:

    • Aetna
    • Careington
    • Cigna DPO
    • United Healthcare
    • Delta Dental
    • Dental Network of America – Blue Cross Blue Shield of TX
    • Guardian
    • Metlife PDP
    • Sunlife

    If you have any questions about your insurance coverage, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to assist you.

    At GB Dentistry in, we want to make your dental care affordable and convenient. That’s why we accept the CareCredit card, a trusted third-party financing option that lets you pay 100 percent of your dental care over time. Some of the benefits of using CareCredit are:

    • No up-front costs
    • No annual fees
    • No pre-payment penalties
    • No- and low-interest rates to suit your budget

    You don’t have to delay your needed treatment with CareCredit. You can use it for yourself and your family for any ongoing treatment without reapplying.

    Yes, you can still receive quality dental care at GB Dentistry in Memorial Houston even if you don’t have insurance. Our team members will assist you in finding the best payment option for you when you come for your first visit.

    We accept the following payment methods:

    • Cash and checks
    • Credit cards and debit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express
    • CareCredit third-party financing
  • Dental Procedure Queries

    We care about your comfort and well-being. That’s why we offer sedation options to help you relax during your dental treatment. We have a team of skilled dentists and friendly staff who will treat you with kindness and respect. Call us today.

    We recommend that you visit us for routine cleanings at least once every 6 months. However, if you have a higher risk of tooth decay or gum disease, we suggest more frequent visits.

    At GB Dentistry, we understand that dental emergencies can happen anytime and require immediate attention. That’s why we offer same day emergency dental care in Memorial for you and your family. If your dental emergency occurs during our normal business hours, please call us right away.

    We urge you to contact us first before going to the hospital, as most emergency rooms are not prepared to deal with dental issues. We can help you with various dental emergencies, such as:

    • Knocked out (avulsed) teeth
    • Broken or lost dental restorations
    • Soft tissue injuries
    • Toothaches, dental infections, or abscessed teeth
    • Chipped or broken teeth
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