• 2013 is Almost Over

    2013 is Almost Over

    We are in the midst of a busy holiday season, but wanted to take a moment to remind you that most dental insurance expires on December 31st. Don’t let those insurance benefits melt away! Whether you need a cleaning, have recommended treatments or simply want to brighten your smile for the holidays, take advantage of your benefits before

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  • Rise to the Occasion: Brush and Floss Your Teeth

    Priapism, a painful condition which causes a long lasting erection, is becoming more and more common in emergency rooms throughout the country.  According to the Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers examined a database of U.S. emergency room visits from 2006 to 2009. Based on their statistics, they estimated that ER doctors treat an average of 10,000 cases of

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  • New Dental Recommendations During Pregnancy

    New Dental Recommendations During Pregnancy

    If you or someone you know is expecting, you have probably questioned the safety of dental care during pregnancy.  New clinical recommendations from the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) and the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) state that nonsurgical periodontal therapy is safe for pregnant women, and can result in improved health. “Approximately 40 percent of pregnant women in

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Features

  • Complete Dental

    We’ve been dentists in Sacramento since 1961, offering complete dental care. We take care of your entire oral health. No expensive specialists to deal with. We aim to be the only dentist you’ll need.

  • Orthodontic Braces

    Did you know we do braces too? Read more to find out how we can give you the smile that you’ve always wanted.

  • Family Matters

    We are three generations of dentists. We want to provide the best dental care. Let our family take care of your family.

  • Dental Care for Kids

    Get your children started on improving their oral hygiene. We’ll give you some tips to make it easier. Also, starting at age two, kids should begin their regular checkups with the dentist as well.