Dr. Mark Stephenson DDS has transformed his general dentistry practice to primarily focus on general dentistry in a hospital based setting. Most patients are referred to him by other general dentist, pedodontist, and endodontist. For over 28 years Dr. Stephenson has performed over 30,000 dental procedures in an operating room setting. His patients comprise of children as young as one year old and up as well as special needs patients. These patients are usually too frightened or have failed a sedation procedure in the traditional dental office setting. After treatment patients return to their referring dentist.
2017 Texas Children's Hospital Ligums Scholar
Dr. Stephenson’s hospital privileges:
Memorial Hermann Surgery Center Conroe
HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe
Baylor St. Lukes Hospital-Texas Medical Center
Baylor St. Lukes Cardiovascular Operating Room
Texas Children's Hospital The Woodlands
Texas Children's Hospital West Tower
Texas Children's Hospital Wallace Tower
Texas Children's Hospital LegacyTower Cardiovascular O.R.
Texas Children's Pavilion for Women
We look forward to cultivating a long friendship with you! Enjoy the information in our website and give us a call if you have further questions or to make an appointment.
Please understand my limited exam hours are because I am in the operating room every morning and some afternoons. You may have noticed that there is no one else around here that treats some of the patients I treat.
About Dr. Mark Stephenson DDS, PC
Dr. Stephenson received his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Houston and is an active committee member for the Alumni Association (Go Coogs!). He then attended the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio (rated #1 Dental School in the nation by US News and World Reports) where he attained his Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1990.
Please welcome our new dentist Dr. Kylie Barroso DDS. She grew up in the Conroe, Montgomery area and luckily for us has returned to give back to her community. She is well-trained in the care of medically complex and special needs patients.