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Poindexter Lives: “No Act Goes Unnoticed”

June 29, 2011

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With a practice that has endured for over 55 years, many people are surprised when I tell them that although I have since taken over,  Dr. Poindexter Jr., my father, is still with us. While failing health no longer allows him to be active in the office, his influence is far reaching. We recently received a […]

“Poindexter Cares”: Gridiron Classic II

June 28, 2011

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As an enduring community fixture,  through out the years it’s been proven that service extends beyond the confines of my practice, hence my participation in community endeavors as time allows. Although I am in the business of dental care and awareness, overall health is a necessity, especially in children. Thus when presented with the concept […]

Michelle Winslett: Long Drive to Solace

June 15, 2011

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Prior to his retirement, my father Dr. Poindexter Jr. was renowned for the level of care and commitment that he delivered to his patients. While courtesies like house calls have gone from the norm to quaint, in continuing the practice I have also sought to continue the same level of care. While services like emergency appointments and flexible […]

Our Newest Addition!

June 14, 2011

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We at Poindexter Dental are delighted to announce that we have added a new hygienist to our staff! In addition to our regular hygiene days of Tuesdays and Thursdays, we will now be offering hygiene, which includes routine cleanings, on Wednesdays and Friday’s as well! We hope that you welcome our newest staff member as you […]

Triba DeBose: Before & After

June 14, 2011

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While traditional methods like orthdontics are needed for some, for others, cosmetic dentistry is a fast and efficient option to enhance a smile. Take a look at some work that I completed for a patient this morning. An example of porcelain crowns: [Before]             Here are the results. Porcelain crowns: [After]   […]

Cecilia’s Corner: Mourad Tayebi- “Global Healthcare Disparity”

June 6, 2011

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The patients that grace the practice are just as diverse as the city of Houston itself. Some come from our local Sunnyside community, others come from outside of Texas entirely. Today I had the pleasure of meeting a patient who fit the latter, a gentleman named Mourad Tayebi, orginally from Aligers, Africa.  I’m always game […]

“What it Means to be 14”

June 1, 2011

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It is my belief that service extends past the confines of your own home or office. The longevity of my practice has allowed me to become familiar with others in our community, thus when asked to participate in events it is often my pleasure to oblige. When asked to provide the commencent speech for the 2011 graduating middle school […]