Dr. Matt Tabrizi is a Dentist practicing in Baytown, TX. Dr. Tabrizi specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.
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The University of Texas Health Science Center Doctor of Dental Surgery degree 0
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A alternative would be a implant if you are a candidate, if implant is not a option then you can possibly have a partial, which is a appliance that replaces missing teeth. READ MORE
Labs have been able to create beautiful natural smiles through dentures, if you consult with your dentist, bring in pictures of your smile in the past, you may be able to replicate your natural smile. READ MORE
You can certainly drink none carbonated fluid. Also it is important to eat post extraction. Best to refrain from solid food and stay on malt, shake and dairy for first two days. Depending on severity of extraction you should ask treating doctor when to start solid food. READ MORE
It functions like natural teeth. However, any food which is too sticky may cause the crown to come off. READ MORE
Absolutely not since there is no nerve inside an implant. READ MORE
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Get to know Dentist Dr. Matt Tabrizi, who serves patients in Baytown, Texas.
Offering the highest quality dental services available today, Dr. Tabrizi is the owner & operator of ProDental in Baytown, Texas. His mission is to maintain an optimal level of oral health and create the most attractive smiles for every member of one’s family.
His commitment is to make certain that every one of his patients receives the highest level of personalized care with a treatment plan that is tailored to meet their specific dental needs. Among his most important functions is to educate his patients as to their treatment options.
“I find the greatest satisfaction in being a dentist comes from the positive impact I have on my patients’ lives. I could be removing the pain of a toothache, or performing a smile makeover, but whatever I’m doing, that person’s life is going to be better. As a dentist, I am able to do this every day. When I see a grateful smile on a patient’s face, I feel a great sense of personal and professional fulfillment” stated Dr. Tabrizi.
He was awarded his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He is a firm believer in continuing education for every professional, but especially for those in the oral healthcare fields.
Throughout the year, he pursues continuing education courses, concentrating on implant dentistry, full-mouth reconstruction care, smile makeovers and cosmetic dentistry, as well as treatment for TMJ-TMD.
Considering dentistry to be his passion, Dr. Tabrizi can help people feel better about themselves and improve their health, while developing relationships with each patient. He enjoys seeing a familiar face come through the door, and knowing he will soon be hearing their latest news. He also likes meeting new people and learning about their lives just as much.
Dentistry is a constantly evolving profession, with changes in technology, treatments, and approaches to care. By staying abreast of these changes, and continually strengthening and expanding his skills, Dr. Tabrizi is able to ensure his patients receive the best possible care.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy.
After living in Iran and Germany, Dr. Tabrizi settled in Houston more than 35 years ago. He and his wife, Christine, were married in 2001. They have a son, Colin, born in 2002 and a daughter, Charlize, born in 2004.
His family, and spending quality time with them, is his priority away from work. He also enjoys hiking and mountaineering, biking, and adventure traveling. Being outdoors and exploring the world is a large part of who Dr. Tabrizi is. He loves sharing that with his family.
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