Meet Dr. J. Scott Anderson

Houston Dentist

Dr. J. Scott Anderson, DDS

Houston dentist dr j scott andersonHouston cosmetic dentist, Dr. J. Scott Anderson has the expertise, skills, and technology to give you the beautiful and healthy smile you deserve. He has been in practice for 26 years. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from Purdue University. He maintains his pharmacy license in Indiana, Florida, and Texas. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Texas and maintains dual licensure in Florida and Texas.

Some of the advanced training Dr. Anderson brings to his practice includes implantation dentistry. When working with patients who need their teeth restored with implants, Dr. Anderson skillfully crafts the implant that is placed below the gumline as well as the restoration that appears above it as a tooth. Whether the implant is meant to replace one tooth or an entire upper or lower arch, using the latest technology in implants, such as the “Mini-Implant,” Dr. Anderson restores his patient’s smiles to the naturally beautiful and fully functional smile for which they have sought him out.

By incorporating sedation dentistry into his practice, Dr. Anderson has always held his patient’s comfort as a top priority. He understands that there are many people who are highly anxious and fearful about receiving dental care. Now, more than ever before, these patients can approach the idea of seeking dental treatment with a new peace of mind in knowing they can relax comfortably while Dr. Anderson restores their smiles.

One of the first dentists in Houston to practice sedation dentistry, Dr. Anderson is a member of the Dental Organization of Conscious Sedation as well as the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. He received his IV sedation training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Other professional memberships and credentials include:

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