How Dr. Konig Became a Dentist:
I decided that I wanted to become a dentist in my sophomore year in college. I really wanted to be in a profession to help people and did not enjoy the the hospital environment, making dentistry my choice and it has remained my passion ever since.
The Most Valuable Lesson Learned in Dental School:
I really learned much more when I graduated. To me a doctorate degree is a license to learn and it is also an ongoing responsibility. Since that time when I first graduated, I learned that a profession and degree is an ongoing journey rather than a destination.
I enjoy learning as well as the challenges that learning sometimes brings with it. It is not enough to just have knowledge. Understanding that all patients are individuals who have specific needs and concerns and connecting with the patients needs with my knowledge to get the best possible outcome is always a challenge I look forward at tackling.
Favorite Thing about Being a Dentist:
Due to the nature of our practice and some of the complex cases we see, it is a true joy to be able to change patient’s lives whether it involves eliminating TMJ pain or creating a new smile that dramatically changes their lives.
The Importance of Quality Care:
Our patients know that we truly care and only provide the best care, service, and respect to all of our patients and their time as well. We stress over providing exceptional care and service.
We listen and try to provide options that allow the patient to choose what might work for them. Our office is on the forefront of continuing education and technology. We continually change our methodology and techniques as dental care is constantly changing in areas from dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, and TMJ treatment.
What Makes Us Unique:
We run on time, we continually are learning and improving on all areas of our practice for our patients' benefit. We invest in our team, office and anything that improves patient care and service.
About Dr. Konig and the Community:
I am a native Houstonian and went to Bellaire High School. I love our city and am proud of the changes that have occurred through the years. Our community now boasts some of the best art and cultural museums as well as theatre in the country. It also has developed a diverse range of awesome restaurants, which I take full advantage of.
I continue to support numerous local foundations in the city as well as have served on the Komen Foundation Allocations Committee.
I am also a member of the Better Business Bureau and am committed to continuing to provide excellent service to both my patients and my community.
Our office is located just outside the Texas Medical Center, allowing our patients easy access to our office and our out-of-state/country patients an easy area to get to. The Texas Medical Center is one of the largest employers in the city as well. The Museum District is also down the street, creating a fun and interesting area to work. The renowned Rice University is also just down the street and MD Anderson is as well.
Historic Landmarks Near Our Facility:
- Texas Medical Center
- Rice Village
- Highland Park
I am involved with the Give Back a Smile Program and have done work for the Houston Women's Shelter as well. I actively support the local schools with Cosmetic Care Donations that benefit the schools including but not limited to:
- The Kinkaid School
- Episcopal High School
- West University Elementary
- Emory High School
- Annunciation Orthodox
- Cypress Women’s Golf Tournament
Learn more about our practice and the Houston community by calling 713-668-2289 today. Ronald W. Konig DDS, FAGD, LVIF welcomes patients from Sugar Land, The Woodlands and Katy, as well as those visiting from out of state and outside the country.