My name is Dr. Nick Camarata and I wanted to introduce my practice and myself to you and your family. We are a family dental practice and would like to take a moment to invite you to become patients of our office.
I have had the fortune of acquiring an incredible general dentistry practice that has been serving patients of this community for more than 40 years. Dr. Jack Corbett began the practice and passed it along to Dr. Jim McCrary, who retired 2013. I am celebrating my first year with the practice and have been fortunate to meet and work with many great existing patients.
One of the great things about our practice is the longstanding relationship the office staff holds with our patients. Some of the friendly faces you will see when you walk in are Diana and Marsha, front office coordinators. They’re here to find an appointment time that works for you, assist with insurance questions and can help with any other questions or concerns you might have about becoming a patient.
We have two experienced dental hygienists, Cheryl and Thuy. Cheryl and Thuy are compassionate, gentle and thorough in their patient care. They are both passionate about taking great care of our patients and genuinely enjoy getting to know them. Their easy-going personalities will put you at rest during your cleanings.
Laura is our dental assistant; she assists me when working with patients and is always at the patient’s side. Laura is very knowledgeable on all of our procedures and answers any clinical questions that might arise. Her ability to connect with patients is incredible—she probably remembers where you went on your last vacation.
I am a native Houstonian. I grew up in Jersey Village, went to the University of Houston, then the University of Texas Dental School in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. Houston is and will always be my home and I enjoy meeting people from all over the country and world as patients. I’m married to my high school sweetheart and wife of 7 years, also a native Houstonian.
I have always had a passion for dentistry. As a child, I was always curious about what was going on and what each tool did and why. I always had compassionate and caring dentists that made me feel at ease. This is what has driven me to want the same for my patients, and this is my ultimate goal.
If anyone you know is ever in need of a dental home, I would love the opportunity to take care of them and their family.
Nick Camarata, DDS