We perform quality dentistry with care, comfort and the latest dental technology. Not only is your comfort and satisfaction important, we want your complete dental experience to be enjoyable and relaxing.
Doctors Todd Matthews and Jay Erickson provide each patient with customized care. Our knowledgeable and experienced doctors are proud to offer all types of cosmetic and general dentistry, from fillings to smile makeovers.
As a courtesy to you, we can accept assignment of benefit payments from most insurance companies. Our office will bill your insurance company for you. This will reduce your immediate, out-of-pocket expenditures. Our office will provide your insurance company with necessary documents and X-rays at no extra charge.
1509 Emerald Pkwy Ste. 105, College Station, TX 77845
103 Church Street, Navasota, TX 77868
** Please note request for appointment is not available for Navasota location. If you would like an appointment for that location please call: 936-825-6225
Monday - Thursday: 8am-5pm
Friday: Some Fridays 8am-12pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Everyone wants a beautiful bright white smile. At Matthews Dental Group we offer both in-office and at-home whitening. It's a practical and convenient way to achieve that bright smile you are looking for.
Dr. Erickson has undergone advanced training in Oral Sedation, a treatment option to help ease or completely eliminate dental anxiety. The Dentist will discuss your concerns, your medical history and medications that you currently take and determine if Oral Sedation is an option for you.
When your dental needs are that of a partial that replaces some missing teeth or a full denture that replaces all of your teeth, the Dentist and Matthews Dental Group can make you a custom appliance that will make you happy to smile.
The perfect way to achieve the beautiful smile you are looking for! Our Doctors will do a comprehensive exam and listen to what you are wanting to achieve and help assist you in the correct procedure to achieve the optimal result.
Saving your natural teeth is always the best choice, but if the tooth is too damaged to repair or there is an issue of over crowding, wisdom teeth or spacing for orthodontic treatment then an extraction may be your only option.
Dental crowns are typically made of porcelain and cover the entire tooth structure and are needed for various reasons such as when your tooth has a very large filling that exceeds the natural tooth structure, your tooth had a root canal, a fracture or for cosmetic reasons to name a few.