General & Family Dentistry

Preventive Care for a Lifetime of a Beautiful Smile

We’d be honored to welcome you and your loved ones as patients of Comprehensive Family Dental. From age 3 to age 90 and above, our team loves working with every generation of your family to achieve optimal oral health with quality dental care in the most comfortable, welcoming environment we can create.

Health Focused Family Dentistry and Orthodontics

At Comprehensive Family Dental, we would be honored to have you and your loved ones as our patients. Our team takes pride in providing quality dental care for all generations, in a welcoming and comfortable environment. Our goal is to help you achieve optimal oral and overall health.

Dental Cleanings

Professional dental cleanings are an essential part of keeping a healthy mouth for a lifetime. Along with routine exams, dental cleanings are important to prevent any oral health problems, and to treat any dental issues as soon as they develop. During your routine exams and dental cleanings we remove buildup on the teeth that can lead to gum disease, do an oral cancer screening, evaluate the airway, and  look for any signs of developing dental conditions or disease.  We utilize radiographs when necessary to see a clearer picture of your current dental status and prevent major problems from occurring. We work as a team with each of our patients to maintain a healthy, beautiful smile for a lifetime.

Gum Disease

Gum disease weakens the tissues that hold your teeth in place and is usually caused by inconsistent brushing and flossing or a certain medical condition or medications, which can lead to the buildup of bad bacteria settling in on the teeth. Bleeding gums signal gingivitis, which is the earliest stage of gum disease. If you see blood on your toothbrush regularly, the Comprehensive Family Dental team will recommend an elevated oral hygiene routine and keeping semiannual appointments with us. If gum disease progresses, we may recommend additional deeper cleaning (scaling and root planing) to bring your gums back to health and prevent bone loss.

Pediatric Dentistry

We love our kid patients at Comprehensive Family Dental.  Drs. Rainey and Fritsche welcome pediatric patients as soon as they turn a year old or their first tooth erupts, whichever comes first. Establishing good oral hygiene is important from birth, since baby teeth are essential to ongoing healthy development, assisting with speaking, eating, and saving spaces for adult teeth in the mouth. Oral Health education is part of patient care for all ages but getting kids to care about their teeth early on is key to establishing healthy oral hygiene habits for life. We will often recommend protective sealants which is another preventive measure to keep kids’ molars strong and free from decay.

Drs. Rainey and Fritsche provide a number of different dental services to our kid patients. The most important thing is making sure our young patient’s jaws are developing correctly. Too often  this is overlooked by offices that treat children where they have a child waiting for an orthodontic evaluation until after all of the baby teeth have fallen out. The best time to have an orthodontic evaluation is while the child is growing and for us this means around 5-6 years old or even before. Dr. Rainey provides orthodontic expansion service right here in our office. His approach to orthodontic expansion is to help develop the jaws to their full potential creating a better airway than when they started. Teeth usually have room to come in straight when this is done. Dr. Rainey does NOT extract or retract for orthodontic treatment that can actually reduce the size of a child’s airway possibly creating a lifetime of problems.

*Dr. Rainey and Dr. Fritsche are general dentists performing pediatric dentistry services.

Dental Sealants

Dental sealants are a biocompatible material that is applied as a coating to the back teeth chewing surfaces. Sealants are so named because they “seal out” plaque and food, helping to prevent cavity formation before it begins. We are very particular about the way we place sealants in our office. Drs. Rainey and Fritsche actually place the sealants themselves and do not delegate this duty to a hygienist. We first screen the tooth receiving the sealant with a laser cavity detection device to ensure early stage cavities are not present before the sealant is placed. Then we use air abrasion technology to clean the surface of the tooth off prior to the sealant application to provide the best seal possible. We use sealant material that adheres better to the tooth than the older plastic material that many times will leak causing cavities that it is trying to prevent. Sealants are recommended for children and teenagers to keep developing teeth intact, but many adults can benefit from sealants as well.

Root Canals

Painless Root Canal are Possible

There is no need to fear a root canal. You can have a comfortable experience when needing root canal therapy with advancements in dentistry. When a root canal is needed in order to save a tooth when it is painful or has an infection present, the infected or dead tissue of the tooth will need to be removed, disinfected, and then sealed off. We will recommend the tooth be protected with a dental crown in some situations after the root canal has been completed. We strive to help each patient have a good experience in the most relaxed way we can provide.


Dentures & Partial Dentures

As most people already know, dentures are made when all of the teeth are missing. They are made of a special type of durable and life-like plastic that is colored to replicate the teeth and gums. When a patient needs all teeth extracted for complete dentures, we are able to make the dentures ahead of time so that immediately after the teeth are extracted the patient can leave the office with the dentures in place and is never in public without teeth. We usually recommend that our patients have sedation during the extraction procedure for their comfort so that they wake up and the procedure is done and the dentures are in place. The denture and the extraction procedure are all conveniently coordinated here in our Victoria, TX dentist office.


Dental Implants

When teeth are missing, there are several options available to replace them. A removable partial denture, a complete denture, or a fixed dental bridge have been standard choices to replace absent teeth for many years. However, dental implants have become the gold standard for permanent tooth replacement today and are the most popular choice by dentists and patients alike.

Comprehensive Family Dental can do implant placement and restoration right here in our Victoria office. We have in-office IV sedation available for your comfort and convenience, and you’ll wake up with implants in place–with no need to travel outside the Crossroads area to get a secure new smile!


It is always our goal to save teeth whenever possible. However, when a tooth is deemed non-restorable, we can help. We work with our patients to provide the best experience possible when losing a tooth. Sedation is always an option to help our patients that may need an extraction feel at ease or just watching a show on our over the patient screens with Bose headphones can help.

Amalgam Filling Removal

Old “silver” filling at times need to be replaced due to cracks or leakage. When this is needed, we replace amalgam with a newer more esthetic tooth colored filling. We remove amalgam fillings, that are up to 50% mercury, in the safest way possible to minimize aerosolized vapors to protect our patients. Our providers are also SMART protocol certified.

Oral Hygiene

Oral hygiene is the foundation for healthy teeth and gums, with daily brushing and flossing the most essential components to keep everyone’s smiles at their strongest. Two regular checkups each year that include thorough professional cleaning and careful oral health assessment by your Victoria dentists increase your peace of mind—you can leave our office knowing that all is well with your smile.

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