Smiles of Memorial
We value your comfort and your time, which is why we utilize the latest advances in modern dentistry. Dr. Viet Tran believes that early detection and less invasive treatment means faster healing times and better results for you.
Intra-oral camera makes you a part of the team
Dr. Viet Tran believes you should be an active participant in your dental treatment, which is why he uses the intra-oral camera. This high-tech tool is a miniature video camera that shows the inside of your mouth on a computer display. You can see what work needs to be done and which teeth are doing fine. As an active participant in each dental decision, you’ll love how this works!
The cleanest your teeth can be
Improving the way we see your mouth
No more "fat lips" or numbness after treatment!
Whiter teeth equate to an amazing smile!
Headache and migraine sufferers - we may have your miracle treatment!
Do you have pain in your temples or jaw joints? Are your teeth sore or sensitive?
When dentists speak of “occlusion,” they are referring to how your jaws and teeth align when you bite down. Perhaps you’ve done the test, in the past, where your dentist has you bite down on something that looks like a piece of carbon paper to determine how everything fits within your mouth. If your bite is out of alignment, you may experience headaches or pain in your teeth, jaw and jaw joints, or neck muscles. In more severe cases, it can also cause fractures in teeth and crowns or lead to nighttime teeth grinding. At Smiles of Memorial, Dr. Viet Tran uses a state-of-the-art instrument called the Tekscan™. This computerized bite analysis ensures your teeth are properly aligned so we can address the problems that come with a “bad bite.”
Defeat gum disease painlessly
Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, generates more tooth loss than decay. Dr. Viet Tran is pleased to offer his patients a powerful weapon in the fight against gum disease. Available in powder form, ARESTIN™ contains tiny microspheres, which deliver a time-released antibiotic directly to the site of the infection, those tiny spaces between gums and teeth. If you have gum disease, it can now be treated painlessly – and that’s truly good news.