Houston Dentist Carlos Boston is Today’s Honoree

CarlosBostonHouston Dentist Carlos Boston is originally from Madison County Florida. After working as a Physical Therapist once he graduated from FAMU Carlos Boston decided to become a Dentist. Boston graduate from Howard University and presently has his practice in Texas. Mr. Boston never forgot about the place that helped make him the man that he is and named his company Madison Dental so that no matter where he is at he never forgets where he is from.

Madison Dental in Houston aims to provide children and adults with a comfortable and relaxing environment where we strive to exceed your expectations through professional results and our friendly staff.

We think you will appreciate the warm and friendly manner in which we treat patients. Our commitment is to apply our dental knowledge and skills in a caring and gentle way, so you can feel at ease as we help you attain the smile you desire.

Through excellent preventive, restorative, and technologies that make dental visits more pleasant than before we work with you to achieve a smile that can maximize your personal health and appearance, and raise your self-esteem. We’re also a kid friendly office, and we want you to know that we accept patients of all ages!

If you are a parent or patient looking for a clean, professional, and well organized dental practice, then Madison Dental located in Northern Houston is the place to be. The office specializes in the treatment of children ranging from 6 months to 19 years of age, and children with special needs. Routine Adult Dentistry is also available.

Visit Dr. Carlos Boston for more information.

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