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Dr. Fady N. Guirguis

Dentist

M&G Family Dentistry is a Katy dental office owned and operated by a team of experienced dentists. Our family dentists at M&G Family Dentistry in Katy, TX, 77449, are dedicated to providing you comfortable, quality care. We are here to help you enjoy a healthy and beautiful smile through efficient technology to create a truly customized treatment.

We provide various dental treatments including Teeth Whitening, Veneers, Dental Implants, Tooth Extractions, Dental Exams, Root Canal Therapy, Periodontal Treatment, Dental Sealants, Crowns & Bridges, as well as Pediatric Dentistry. Book your appointment now!
Dr. Fady N. Guirguis
  • Katy, TX
  • New York University College Of Dentistry
  • Accepting new patients

Can my diabetes affect my teeth?

Multiple scientific studies & research have confirmed multiple links between poorly controlled Diabetes and unhealthy gums and subsequently teeth.

Do cavities ever need to be refilled?

Yes, you can get recurrent cavity on the same tooth around your filling.

Do I have to be numb?

Most patients prefer to be numb for the dental treatment because having 1 or 2 shots a lot of time is less stressful & painful than having dental treatment without being numb. READ MORE
Most patients prefer to be numb for the dental treatment because having 1 or 2 shots a lot of time is less stressful & painful than having dental treatment without being numb. Most dentists apply a topical anesthetic gel on the gum or use tricks to make dental injections less painful. You can also request to have nitrous oxide sedation or conscious sedation as a supplement or adjunctive to dental injection (it does not & should not replace the injection).

What is gingivitis and its risk factors?

It is simply Inflammation of the gum tissue surrounding your teeth (without loss of the bone around the teeth). There multiple risk factors involved, but the most common ones are: READ MORE
It is simply Inflammation of the gum tissue surrounding your teeth (without loss of the bone around the teeth). There multiple risk factors involved, but the most common ones are:
Lack of good oral hygiene, not brushing or brushing incorrectly, or not flossing, not having periodic dental check up & prophylactic cleaning every 6 months, puberty & hormonal changes. Orthodontic braces or ill-fitting dentures or unpolished restoration can sometimes contribute to gingivitis.

Front tooth cavity

Depending on the size of the cavity & the extent of it, it might be advisable to have porcelain crowns on those 2 teeth. Discuss that option with your primary dentist.

Do dentists offer services to the uninsured?

Most dentists accept uninsured patients as Fee for Service, and some dentists offer payment plans.