New dentistry, martial arts studio: Three new business happenings in Montgomery, Willis

Woodforest Fine Dentistry opened in August. (Courtesy Woodforest Fine Dentistry)
Woodforest Fine Dentistry opened in August. (Courtesy Woodforest Fine Dentistry)

Woodforest Fine Dentistry opened in August. (Courtesy Woodforest Fine Dentistry)

Coming soon


Premier Martial Arts will open in Montgomery in early January 2021. The martial arts franchise will be located at 920 Pine Market Ave., Montgomery. Premier Martial Arts offers classes for kids and adults in various martial arts, such as karate, taekwondo and kickboxing. 936-225-3557. https://premiermartialarts.com/woodforest


Michael Gillogly opened Woodforest Fine Dentistry in August at 791 Fish Creek Thoroughfare, Ste. 40, Montgomery. The practice offers a full range of dental services, including cleanings, Invisalign, implants and sedation, and offers a membership plan for those without dental insurance. It accepts most insurance companies. The dental practice also serves wine and has televisions installed in the ceiling for patients to enjoy during treatment. 936-262-1700. www.facebook.com/woodforestfinedentistry

New ownership


Blake and Donna Cox purchased Driveway Dumpster Rental, a Willis-based dumpster rental business, on Nov. 9. Driveway Dumpster Rental serves Magnolia, The Woodlands, Conroe, Spring, Tomball, Pinehurst, Willis, New Waverly, Huntsville, Montgomery, Plantersville, Shenandaoh and northern Houston. The business, which does not have a brick-and-mortar location, provides clean dumpsters to residences for rent, returns to pick up the dumpsters and then takes the dumpsters to an authorized dump station. The business is fully insured for residential property. 713-570-6095. www.drivewaydumpsterrental.com

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By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.


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