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We go beyond the ordinary! Advanced dentistry, exceptional amenities for the best patient experience

More than 700 healthcare practitioners are characterized as “general dentists” in our area of south-central Texas. While Dr. Fortuna Vardeman provides the comprehensive services that individuals come to expect from general dentistry providers, she stands out favorably from other dentists in Schertz, Cibolo, Selma, Universal City, Marion, Garden Ridge, and well beyond. 

In part, Dr. Vardeman is an accomplished implantologist. She provides advanced surgical services, including the placement of complex implant systems. Additionally, Randolph Family Dental fabricates dental materials and restorations on-site due to our in-house lab and our use of computer-aided CEREC software and equipment. Our use of technologies to support the best, most convenient, and comfortable experience does not stop there; we have also invested in dental lasers for painless, precision periodontal (and other therapies) and cutting-edge diagnostics to support accurate, speedy, low-radiation, and non-invasive diagnoses. 

Due to Dr. Vardeman’s emphasis on training and investments in the latest dental techniques, we offer a full range of optimal services to patients of all ages, and we are able to accompany them on their lifelong oral health journeys! These services include: 

  • Proactive, regular professional cleanings and comprehensive oral exams
  • Routine oral cancer screenings 
  • Nonsurgical deep cleanings and surgical therapies for gum disease 
  • Preventative fluoride supplements and dental sealants 
  • Oral appliance therapies (mouthguards, oral splints) 
  • Advanced wisdom teeth extractions
  • Advanced sinus lift augmentation 
  • All-on-4 dental implant systems to replace many missing teeth 
  • Durable and highly aesthetic dental restorations (fillings, onlays, inlays, crowns)
  • Cosmetic dentistry, such as GLO® teeth whitening and composite and porcelain dental veneers
  • Affordable Whitening for Life program to sustain the results from GLO®
  • Full-mouth smile makeovers and rehabilitation
  • Relaxing sedation dentistry (even deep sedation for severe “dentophobia”)
  • Braces alternative, Invisalign® — straighten teeth with clear aligners
  • And this list is just the start! 

Our state-of-the-art practice truly caters to families and cares about your family members’ comfort. So, we do our best to offer family scheduling. Additionally, we are open every day of the business week and are available when accidents or severe toothaches arise after-hours with reliable, prompt emergency care. We also never want to put an undue financial strain on families as they pursue and sustain their healthiest, most brilliant smiles. For that reason, we offer a range of payment and financing options (including through CareCredit®). 

Call (210) 658-9031 to book an appointment(s) at Randolph Family Dental. Our office in Schertz, TX, welcomes you with everything from massage chairs and comfy blankets and pillows to Netflix-equipped treatment rooms, all with the creation of a next-level patient experience at heart. 

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