Office Hours

Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 2:00pm


Contact Information

12660 Beechnut Street, Suite 120
Houston, TX 77072
Phone: (281) 564-3500

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We Bring Cutting-Edge Technology

We want to provide our patients with advanced and comfortable dental care. That's why we have invested in the latest dental technologies to give our patients accurate diagnosis, precise treatment planning, and minimally invasive procedures.

Cone-Beam Computed Tomography

Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) systems are radiographic systems our dental professionals use to analyze and reconstruct 3D images of our patient’s teeth, jaws, and surrounding anatomy. The information obtained using CBCT imaging is useful for diagnosis and precise treatment planning. CBCT is also useful for multiple types of analyses and for assessing maxillofacial disorders or pathology.

Leading Laser Dentistry

Dental lasers are being increasingly used to treat tooth decay and periodontal disease, perform biopsies or the removal of oral lesions, cure restorative (filling) materials, as well as to activate in-office teeth whitening systems.

Dental lasers combine laser energy with water and air to safely cut and shape target soft or hard tissues in the mouth. Laser energy precisely cuts through tooth structure by exciting the water molecules in the tooth. It operates without direct contact with the tooth, without heat, vibration, or pressure, thereby minimizing the discomfort of the procedure and the need for dental anesthesia. In addition, dental lasers can reduce anxiety for patients who are fearful of dental work, minimize post-operative bleeding and swelling, and preserve healthy tooth structures during the removal of decay.

Modern Digital Radiography

Digital radiography uses computer technology and digital sensors to acquire, view, store, and share radiographic images. The most significant advantage of this method is that digital radiography reduces a patient’s exposure to radiation. Digital X-rays are also safer for the environment as they do not require any chemicals or paper to develop.

An electronic pad, known as a sensor, is used instead of film to acquire a digital image. After the image is taken, it goes directly into the patient’s file on the computer. Once it is stored on the computer, it can be easily viewed on a screen, shared, or printed out.

Ready for a Healthier Smile?

A healthy smile is more than just teeth! It's a reflection of your overall well-being. Whether you need a routine checkup, a cosmetic transformation, or specialized care, the dentists at Uno Dental offer a range of services to meet your needs. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and discover how we can help you achieve the smile you deserve.