Excellent Cosmetic dentistry made easy

Your Choice for the
Best Cosmetic Dentistry in Houston Texas

  • 5 Locations
  • 5-Expert Dentist
  • All Services 1 Office

Your Best Choice for Cosmetic Dentistry in Houston Texas

  • We accept Your Insurance
  • Open on Saturday
  • Same Day Appointments
  • 5 Locations
  • 5-Expert Dentist
  • All Services 1 Office

There is a Story Behind Every Smile

"I 've had bridges ... and I knew I didn't want dentures but the teeth were falling apart ... Dr. Penchas gave me a full restoration ... I am really pleased with this. It is remarkable" - Capt. Rick Hays

Many of our patients use financing options for their cosmetic procedures
Are you hiding your smile because of the embarrassing condition of your teeth? Get a more full-filling and confident life by investing in Cosmetic Dentistry. Enjoy Smiling again with affordable cosmetic treatments. Cosmetic Dentistry treatments are not only cost-effective but can last a lifetime. Bring your smile to the Midtown Dentistry team of experts. They will give you a smile you desire that is both healthy and affordable.
  • Complimentary Consultation
  • Patient Coordinators
  • 0% Financing Available
  • 25-Years of Expertise
Making it Easy to Get the Smile You Deserve

Let's Get You Started at Midtown Dentistry

Same Day Appointments

Same Day Appointments

We are open on Saturdays and mornings and have same-day appointments. Our specialty is affordable cosmetic dental procedures that enhance your smile with lifelong oral health.

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Many Payment Options

Many Payment Options

Our knowledgable Patient Advocates will help you maximize your dental benefits and minimize out of pocket costs. We accept your insurance and have payment options starting at 0% financing.

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$87 New Patient Special

$87 New Patient Special

Houston’s Midtown Dentistry is making it inexpensive to get started with a new smile and great oral health. 70% off and includes a basic cleaning*, new patient exam and computerized x-rays.

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Technical expertise and advanced technology

What are Single Visit Dental Veneers?

Midtown Dentistry now offers the new patented Single-Visit Ceramic Veneers.

The typical veneer often takes two or more visits to complete. In contrast, the single visit veneer uses CAD/CAM technology that creates extremely accurate digital images of your teeth and gums.

Our lab prepares your custom made porcelain veneers ahead of time to the color and shape we specify, and we place and deliver them in one appointment.

Yes, you can have a total cosmetic smile makeover done in one visit, and unlike standard veneers, there will be no more time-consuming and messy dental impressions. You don’t need to walk around with plastic temporaries covering your teeth for weeks.

"I bet you can't tell what he did?"
Do You want to change your life?

'My teeth always seem to chip and break …. I tried many things … after all the years of failed treatments … I met Dr. Penchas … he was honest, he was thorough and didn’t up up sell me … he let me pick my treatment choice … over the last 2-year I had my whole mouth restored to this awesome smile." - Laska Santino

  • No temporary solutions
  • Honest & Caring Experts
  • Best Dental team in Texas
  • Change your life today
  • Complete Dental Exam
  • X-Rays of all Teeth
  • Basic Dental Cleaning
  • Expert Dental Care
  • Saturday Appointments
  • Morning Appointments
  • Late Appointments
  • Same Day Appointments
Early Morning and Saturday Appointments Available
We’re open on Saturdays and early mornings, and we offer same-day appointments. We provide excellent dental care and services at fair prices. Our specialty is  cost-effective cosmetic dental procedures that not only enhance your smile but promote life-long oral health We’ve enhanced the smiles of thousands of patients in Houston, let us be your dentist.
Houston's all-in-one Dental Implant Offices

Dr. Penchas has over 25-years of Dental Implant Experience

Are You Thinking About Dental Implants?

When you get your implants at Midtown Dentistry, you receive quick, precise care, from one of Houston’s dental implant experts – all in one office location.

Using Midtown Dentistry’s state of the art CAT Scans, we provide you with complimentary and stress-free dental implant evaluation. 

Within minutes, we can determine if you are a candidate for implants and come up with a treatment plan and no surprise cost.

Our expert dentists along with the 3-D CAT Scans technology we will provide you with:

  • bone density test
  • Determine implant sizes
  • Implant Placement
  • Detailed Treatment Plan
  • Altrnative Treatment Options
  • Cost & Financing choices
  • Prosthodontic Specialist
  • Over 25 Years in Dentistry
  • Technical Proficiency
  • Ultra Modern Equipment

We’ve enhanced the smiles of thousands of patients. Stop by for a low-stress consultation. We’ll make it easy to smile again.

  • LIKE NATURAL TEETH
  • COMFORTABLE No Pressure
  • SIMPLE CARE LIKE TEEth
  • Taste and Eat Normally
A Solution that can last 20-years or more

What is All-on-4 or Permanent Teeth in One Day®?

Sometimes called All-on-4 or hybrid dentures, the Permanent Teeth in One Day® procedure is generally more cost-effective than a full mouth of dental implants, and at Midtown Dentistry the process can be completed in one day.  

The full-arch is attached to the jaw with only four titanium implants.  This procedure is minimally invasive, and the outcome is more comfortable than dentures.

We’ve enhanced the smiles of thousands of patients. Stop by for a low-stress consultation. We’ll make it easy to smile again.

Serving Houston, Tx for 29-Year

Both Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in 1-Location

Whether you need a simple cleaning or an advanced dental implant treatment, we’ll provide you with the best cosmetic dental and general dental care in Texas.

We’ve brightened the lives and smiles of many patients. Get your smile brightened by Houston’s best cosmetic dentist.

  • 1,540 Dental Veneers
  • 1,373 Smile Makeovers
  • 2,450+ Implants
  • 15,376+ Exams
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Both Family and Cosmetic Dentistry in 1-Location

"Over 25-years in Houston providing excellent dentistry and making it easy for you to smile again." Dr. Jonathan Penchas

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Expertise, Continuing Education & Teamwork

What Makes a Great Cosmetic Dentist?

At Midtown Dentistry we are committed to continuous advanced  education of our dentists and staff. 

This focus insures that our patients will always be receiving the best up-to-date treatment available. 

Many of our dentists have advanced training in dental implants, braces and prosthodontics. This training and experience bring about confidence and skill to help you achieve your dream smile.

  • Highly trained Dentists
  • Over 25 Years in Houston Texas
  • Team Work
  • State Of The Art Equipment
Our Specialty is Cosmetic Dentistry but

We solve your Dental Problems too!

What Are Sensitive Teeth?

Do you find everyday activities such as eating or drinking hot and cold foods, or even just brushing and flossing your teeth make you wince with pain?

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What is a Toothache?

Toothache can be utterly miserable, as the pain can be sharp or a constant throbbing. Common causes of toothache and dental pain include: Tooth decayDental abscessHaving a fractured toothHaving a leaking or damaged fillingTeeth grindingHaving infected gums Symptoms can include: Noticing you have an unpleasant taste in your mouthThe gum around the tooth can be swollenYou may have a persistent headache or even fever

Read More
What is an Abscessed Tooth?

A tooth abscess is caused by bacterial infection right at the root of the tooth, or right in between the tooth and the gum The most common symptom is having a severe toothache that might be sharp or throbbing, but other symptoms can include: Having a feverFeeling pain when eatingNoticing increased tooth sensitivity to hot and coldHaving an unpleasant taste in your mouth or bad breathThe gums surrounding the tooth is swollen or red, and this swelling can spread to the jawThe abscess may have created an open sore on the side of the gum

Read More
What is Dental Plaque?

Dental plaque is a sticky biofilm that builds up over your teeth during the day. It develops if you eat a lot of foods that are high in carbohydrates and sugars, as the bacteria use these foods for energy, and the layer of plaque will contain both bacteria and proteins and sugars. When dental plaque initially forms it is a soft layer that can easily be scraped away, but within just forty-eight hours it will begin to harden, and in a few days will be so hard that it can only be removed through being scraped away during professional teeth

Read More
What is Gum Disease?

Gum disease makes it easy for bacteria to accumulate in the mouth and eventually affect the rest of the body. Because a diabetic has lower resistance to infection, immediate treatment is needed for the gum disease. Maintaining good oral hygiene such as brushing and flossing plus regular visits to the dentist can help in managing gum disease and decreasing the risk of infection.  

Read More
What is Oral Cancer

Oral cancer is a growing concern.  It is, sadly, the most common cancers affecting people in North America, The 5-year survival rate is less than 50 percent If you do have cancer, your cancer treatment causes dental complications; some of these can become chronic or painful. Dry mouth is one of the complications from cancer, but other patients may experience overly sensitive teeth.  Teeth that decay quickly could also be an issue.

Read More
What is Sleep Apnea?

One of the main causes of sleep apnea and snoring is a reduction of the airflow when the person’s breathing airway is narrowed. NON-SURGICAL SNORING SOLUTION:  ASLEEP APNEA / SNORING APPLIANCE   Many people who snore are reluctant to try the cumbersome sleep apnea machines.  The good news is there are other options.   We have found a dental oral appliance similar to a mouthguard to be very successful in preventing sleep apnea and stopping snoring.

Read More
What Are Sensitive Teeth?

Do you find everyday activities such as eating or drinking hot and cold foods, or even just brushing and flossing your teeth make you wince with pain?

Read More
What is a Toothache?

Toothache can be utterly miserable, as the pain can be sharp or a constant throbbing. Common causes of toothache and dental pain include: Tooth decayDental abscessHaving a fractured toothHaving a leaking or damaged fillingTeeth grindingHaving infected gums Symptoms can include: Noticing you have an unpleasant taste in your mouthThe gum around the tooth can be swollenYou may have a persistent headache or even fever

Read More
What is an Abscessed Tooth?

A tooth abscess is caused by bacterial infection right at the root of the tooth, or right in between the tooth and the gum The most common symptom is having a severe toothache that might be sharp or throbbing, but other symptoms can include: Having a feverFeeling pain when eatingNoticing increased tooth sensitivity to hot and coldHaving an unpleasant taste in your mouth or bad breathThe gums surrounding the tooth is swollen or red, and this swelling can spread to the jawThe abscess may have created an open sore on the side of the gum

Read More
What is Dental Plaque?

Dental plaque is a sticky biofilm that builds up over your teeth during the day. It develops if you eat a lot of foods that are high in carbohydrates and sugars, as the bacteria use these foods for energy, and the layer of plaque will contain both bacteria and proteins and sugars. When dental plaque initially forms it is a soft layer that can easily be scraped away, but within just forty-eight hours it will begin to harden, and in a few days will be so hard that it can only be removed through being scraped away during professional teeth

Read More
What is Gum Disease?

Gum disease makes it easy for bacteria to accumulate in the mouth and eventually affect the rest of the body. Because a diabetic has lower resistance to infection, immediate treatment is needed for the gum disease. Maintaining good oral hygiene such as brushing and flossing plus regular visits to the dentist can help in managing gum disease and decreasing the risk of infection.  

Read More
What is Oral Cancer

Oral cancer is a growing concern.  It is, sadly, the most common cancers affecting people in North America, The 5-year survival rate is less than 50 percent If you do have cancer, your cancer treatment causes dental complications; some of these can become chronic or painful. Dry mouth is one of the complications from cancer, but other patients may experience overly sensitive teeth.  Teeth that decay quickly could also be an issue.

Read More
What is Sleep Apnea?

One of the main causes of sleep apnea and snoring is a reduction of the airflow when the person’s breathing airway is narrowed. NON-SURGICAL SNORING SOLUTION:  ASLEEP APNEA / SNORING APPLIANCE   Many people who snore are reluctant to try the cumbersome sleep apnea machines.  The good news is there are other options.   We have found a dental oral appliance similar to a mouthguard to be very successful in preventing sleep apnea and stopping snoring.

Read More
We Strive to put youR Needs first
"... I woke up with a toothache..."
_davidmerrill

I'm in Houston from Charlotte on a work trip and woke up (yesterday) with a toothache. It kept getting worse and worse getting to the point of a migraine and throbbing pain within 15 inches of my tooth. I confirmed that Midtown accepted my insurance and asked how soon they could see me. They told me to come in now and shortly afterward I was having an infected tooth pulled and my jaw bone scrapped clean. I told Dr. Patel and his team that pain killers don't work on me very well, but they found a way to make me comfortable during the procedure and I left in significantly less pain than I was in when I arrived. Thanks to Dr. Patel, his staff and the Midtown Dentistry team for taking such great care of me! 

David M.

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5/15/2019
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