Victory Smiles Family Dentistry
Victory Smiles - Pasadena
Victory Smiles in Pasadena, Texas is a multi-specialty dentist office that, in addition to cosmetic dentistry and sedation, offers family and pediatric dentistry. We want to give everyone a winning smile, which is why we are fully licensed to practice several kinds of dentistry and different treatments, including braces, Invisalign, dentures, dental bridges, and dental implant (among others).
Our Core Values
In order to provide outstanding dental care to families in Pasadena, we embody three core values that make us who we are: Compassion, Integrity, and Trust.
Compassion is the foundation Victory Smiles is built upon and something that our entire team must have for our new and established patients. We believe in acting with integrity when treating our patients, and also encourage honesty in each of our dentist-patient relationships because we want everyone to feel safe and comfortable coming to us whenever they need to with any dental health concerns they may have–no matter how uncomfortable it may seem at first.
A Dentist For All Your Needs In Pasadena, Texas
We recommend you visit your dentist twice a year, though in some cases we may need to see you more often. If you are looking for a new dentist that will always prioritize a positive experience while offering cosmetic, pediatric, and restorative dentistry services, then please book an appointment with us at our Pasadena office so we can assess your health with a dental cleaning and exam.
More Information About Pasadena, Texas
Founded in 1893, Pasadena is located in Harris County. It is the second largest city in Harris County and the seventh most populous city in all of Texas.
Pasadena has a very interesting history. In the early 1800’s, a pirate named Jean Lafitte established a kingdom in the nearby area, though he was forced out in 1821 by the U.S. Navy. Back when Mexico had colonized Texas and the Texas Revolution took place, the final battle of the Revolution took place near today’s Pasadena on April 21, 1836 and led to the capture of Santa Anna, which drove Mexico to surrender. Because of this, Pasadena is nicknamed the “Birthplace of Texas”.
The Texas Oil Boom led to greater petroleum exploration and production in the Galveston Bay Area and from 1917-1920, refinery operations expanded into Pasadena.
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