Dr. Tamborello, our Magnolia, TX dentist, has been a part of the Magnolia community for over 30 years and has provided quality dental care to generations of families. At Tamborello Dentistry, we want to give you a healthy smile for life.
At Tamborello Dentistry in Magnolia, TX, we keep only your best interests in mind when it comes to your dental care. At the end of the day, your smile is yours and yours alone, so we will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about your treatment.
The health of your teeth shouldn't be put on hold, so neither should you. At our dental office, we have no wait times; we're happy to see you as soon as you walk through our doors.
Dr. Tamborello, DDS has been practicing dentistry for over 20 years. He has also studied with the Center of Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry (CARD) in Dallas for 3 years, learning the ins and outs of restorative and cosmetic dentistry.
At our Magnolia, TX office, we operate with the philosophy that each and every patient that visits us deserves high-quality, personalized dental care. No matter what treatment your smile receives, from preventative and general to cosmetic dentistry, our dentist in Magnolia, TX wants to make sure that it's centered around your goals and your goals alone. Our approach is to first find out what your wants and needs are when it comes to your dental care, and then provide you with customized care based on these needs.
Want to achieve a smile fit for you? If you live in Magnolia, TX or the surrounding Conroe, Tomball, or The Woodlands, TX communities, book an appointment with Dr. Tamborello at Tamborello Dentistry today!Book Now
We love providing beautiful, life-changing smiles for our patients! We've witnessed many of them become more self-confident, more radiant, and even more willing to show off their brand new smile. Various cosmetic dentistry treatments, from teeth whitening to crowns and veneers can help repair the small imperfections of your smile, resulting in pearly whites you can be proud of!
Maintaining a healthy mouth and teeth takes more than just at-home brushing and flossing. Preventative treatments from our office, from regular exams and cleanings to dental sealants can also take the health of your smile the extra mile.
Need to fill a cavity? Experiencing tooth sensitivity? Book an appointment with our office for one of our general and restorative dental treatments, whether you need a natural-looking filling or a restorative crown.
Regular dental visits are about more than maintaining your aesthetic appeal. A dental exam can also uncover a lot about your whole-body health, including revealing your risk level for chronic disease. The research suggests that mouth health is a mirror to your internal condition. Chances are if your oral health is good, so is the […]
When it comes to dental complications, tooth sensitivity is often one of the most complained about. Often a short and sudden pain, tooth sensitivity can impact your day to day life. So what exactly can you do to overcome tooth sensitivity? First, let’s cover some of the most common reasons a patient may experience tooth […]
Everyone likes a good myth, like George Washington and his “wooden dentures,” but what happens when a dental myth can affect your oral health? There are quite a few myths that have existed for years that some of our patients actually believe; this can result in increased dental complications. Today, we’re here to clear up […]
It is not necessary to own an electric toothbrush, but one can certainly clean your teeth more thoroughly than a manual toothbrush. Many dentists will recommend brushing twice a day with an electric toothbrush instead of a traditional brush. Electric Toothbrush vs. Manual Toothbrush Before sorting through toothbrushes and making a final decision, you might […]
The key to having teeth that last a lifetime is to take good care of them now, but what does that mean for your dental care routine? The fact is, there’s more to taking care of your teeth than just brushing them every day. Here are a few dental tips to help you keep your smile in top shape for years to come.