General Dentistry Marshall, TX

We at Marshall Family Dental want to do everything possible to keep your teeth healthy. We do this primarily through regular dental hygiene appointments, checkups, and preventative programs twice a year.

General dentistry in our Marshall, TX dentist office is preventive, helping patients ensure good oral health. Marshall Family Dental provides additional dental services to new and existing patients.

Our preventive program is a cooperative effort by the patient, dentist, and dental staff to preserve the teeth’s natural dentition and supporting structures for a lifelong, healthy, beautiful smile. We combine simple preventative measures to keep the onset, progress, and recurrence of dental diseases and conditions at bay. 

General Dentistry in Marshall, Texas

Routine General Dentistry in Marshall, TX

When you come in bi-yearly, one of our dental hygienists will clean your teeth. While your brushing and flossing are essential, bi-yearly hygiene appointments will remove any hard-to-reach plaque, tartar, or tooth decay that can eventually cause dental diseases such as gingivitis.

One of our dentists will give you the exam, ensuring your teeth are in top shape and you are not developing any oral health issues. We also take routine X-rays, which our dentist uses to spot problems that may not be visible during your surface exam and to become familiar with the structure of your mouth.

In addition, we provide the following services to benefit your oral health.

Family Dentistry

At our office, we treat family members of all ages. Family dentistry means that you, your children, and your parents can get complete dental care in one place. It’s easier to schedule everyone’s appointment at the same time. You don’t have to worry about multiple trips to the dentist office.

Emergency Dentistry

Anyone can have a dental emergency at any time. Emergency dentistry provides immediate dental care when you need it most. Whether a permanent tooth has been knocked out or your dental restoration has broken, we take care of it. If there are severe issues, we can provide temporary relief and restorations until we can get you a permanent solution.

Oral Surgery

Our office provides oral surgery, so you don’t have to visit different offices. Wisdom teeth develop in your mouth in your late teens or early twenties. Usually, dentists will remove them because our mouth doesn’t have enough room for this set. We provide wisdom tooth extraction. If you’re ineligible for dental implants, we also perform bone grafts to create more solid bone for the implant to use.

Custom Mouthguards

When you play contact sports, it’s important to protect your teeth. A hit can fracture your teeth or knock them out of your mouth. A custom mouthguard is the best protection option for your teeth. The custom fit ensures that the guard stays in without clenching your teeth.

Sedation Dentistry

It can be hard for patients with dental anxiety to get the regular dental care they need. It’s also difficult for patients with gag reflexes or requiring multiple procedures simultaneously. We have sedation dentistry options to ensure you stay relaxed throughout the entire procedure.

Tooth Extraction

While we try to preserve natural tooth structure whenever possible, sometimes a tooth extraction is best for your oral health. Almost everyone gets their wisdom teeth extracted. However, we can also extract teeth due to overcrowding, decay, and damage. We also provide multiple ways to replace missing teeth.

Laser Dentistry

Dental technology continues to evolve at a fast pace. Laser dentistry is one of the best developments in modern dental technology. It replaces the use of a scalpel in certain dental treatments. Treatments with lasers heal quicker, are less painful, and eliminate the need for sutures and long hours in the dental chair.

Your Family Dentist

Our practice is family-friendly, and our dentists would love to become your go-to provider, regardless of your oral health journey. We offer dental treatments for children, teens, and adults to help them maintain their smiles and prevent common dental problems like cavities and gum disease.

Each age group has unique needs. Your mouth continues to change and develop over time. The problems that children are high risk of aren’t the same as adults and seniors. We create personalized plans to meet your unique needs.

Toddlers and Children

Younger patients are most likely to develop tooth decay. They have sugary diets and aren’t as adept at brushing and flossing as adults. We offer fluoride treatment at your child’s dental exam and cleaning. Fluoride strengthens tooth enamel, making it harder for bacteria to burrow in. Dental sealants can provide further protection. We paint the material over the areas most likely to decay, putting a barrier between your tooth structure and bacteria.

Permanent teeth come in as your child gets older. This is the ideal time to ensure the new teeth come in straight and even for a balanced smile. Orthodontic care can occur anytime, but it’s easiest when the mouth is still developing. We monitor the smile, including under the surface with x-rays, to determine if your child needs orthodontic treatment.

Teens and Young Adults

The wisdom teeth make their appearance during the late teens or early twenties. This extra set of molars normally doesn’t fit in your mouth. If they erupt, they can crowd your teeth, causing them to shift out of alignment. If they don’t, they can be stuck under the gums, putting you at risk for an abscess or infection. X-rays and imaging allow us to track wisdom teeth to know when removal is ideal.


Our teeth go through a lot throughout the years. We use them daily, so they experience aging like the rest of our bodies. They get worn down and develop little chips and cracks. The edges of your teeth become uneven if some erode more than others. Discoloration occurs, especially if you use tobacco or drink coffee or red wine. We want you to be proud of your smile, no matter how old. Cosmetic treatments like porcelain veneers or teeth whitening can take years off your smile.

Seniors are most likely to experience permanent tooth loss. This puts a hole in your smile, causing your teeth to shift or an inability to eat certain foods. Tooth replacement allows you to return to regular life. We offer many options to fit your needs and budget. Our office recommends dental implants whenever possible, as they provide benefits no other restoration does.

Contact Our Dental Office

Our dentists bring years of top-notch experience and a passion for helping and getting to know others to the table, which is one of the main reasons they are so beloved in our community. Call our dental office today at 903-437-8048 or request a dental consultation on our website. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know, and we will be happy to help you.