Serving Patients in Katy
Serving Patients in Katy
Our dentists love providing dental services to patients in Katy. Whether that means essential preventative dentistry through regular cleaning appointments, something more advanced like root canal therapy, cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening to give your smile a pearly white gleam, or even emergency dental care, we look forward to being your partners in lifelong dental health. Check this map if you need directions to our practice.
If you are unsure whether your situation is considered a dental emergency, do not hesitate to contact us anyway. We quickly diagnose and determine the gravity of the problem and treat you according to your emergency needs promptly. Sometimes life happens, and there are just times when dental care is immediately needed. In these times, an emergency dentist is who you need to call.
Directions to Our Practice
If you aren’t familiar with our location in Katy, we can help using a few notable starting points in town as a reference. For anyone coming to us from the direction of the Katy Library, there’s about a 7-miles drive but it’s a pretty easy one. Get onto Franz Rd heading west, then turn right onto highway 99. Follow that a few miles to the exit to Cinco Ranch Blvd, but cross straight into the commercial center across from the exit. We’re in the East Office Building across from Heritage Square.
If you’re coming to us from the opposite direction like Exploration Park, take Cinco Park Rd out to Mason Rd and turn right. Follow the curve past Betty Sue Creech Elementary School and Rodger and Ellen Beck Junior High School. Turn left onto Westheimer Pkwy (the corner with Walgreens and Panda Express), then right onto Peak Rd. Turn left onto Cinco Ranch Blvd and then immediately after the underpass, turn left into the commercial center. Find us in the East Office Building!
Fun Trivia About Katy
Matilda the Witch’s Helicopter Arrival at Hutsell Elementary
If you attended Hutsell Elementary in the ’80s, you might have a vivid memory of Matilda the Witch making a grand entrance via helicopter during Halloween. Led by Sharon Rhoads, a beloved Katy educator and school namesake, this enchanting tradition started as an impromptu idea around Halloween. Rhoads, playing the role of Matilda, initially crafted a small witch using sticks and classroom fabrics. Over the years, the tradition evolved into a cherished event where Matilda, without the helicopter, delighted students with a special Halloween song, turning the season into a magical celebration.
Katy’s UFO Hot Spot Mysteries
Katy has earned a reputation as a UFO hot spot, with intriguing sightings reported by locals. One resident captured a video of three unexplained lights in the sky while driving along Hwy 99 Grand Parkway. Featured on ABC Channel 13, the incident raised curiosity among UFO enthusiasts and skeptics alike. Numerous other sightings have been reported in the Grand Parkway and Katy freeway area, making Katy an unexpected hub for UFO activity. The mystery continues, inviting residents to ponder the extraterrestrial possibilities hovering above Katy’s skies.
Katy Magnolia Cemetery: Peaceful Resting Place or Haunted Grounds?
Katy Magnolia Cemetery, a historical site, has dual identities—peaceful resting place and haunted grounds. While some dismiss it as a serene memorial, Texas ghost hunters consider it a paranormal hotspot. An old rumor suggesting a buried witch adds an eerie layer to its history. According to legend, reading the witch’s epitaph in unison at her grave might unlock strange occurrences. While many locals find solace in the cemetery’s tranquility, ghost chasers share stories of encounters with the supernatural. Exploring the delicate balance between myth and reality, Katy Magnolia Cemetery remains an intriguing chapter in Katy’s local lore.