• Oral Cancer Awareness

    Oral Cancer Awareness

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  • Tips for Tots…Brushing Your Toddler’s Teeth

    Tips for Tots…Brushing Your Toddler’s Teeth

    Do you find tooth brushing time in your home to be so stressful that by the end of it your teeth are clenched as tightly as your toddlers?  Ever since the arrival of that first baby tooth, brushing has been one of the toughest battles you have to fight…twice a day!  Despite the fact that it is good for them,

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  • Saliva, a Secret Tool

    Saliva, a Secret Tool

    Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer, partly because it is extremely difficult to detect. Historically, warning signs are vague and are often attributed to other ailments preventing early detection.  Unlike breast cancer and prostate cancer, there are no screening tools available and it is usually not found until the later stages when it has already spread throughout

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  • Are You Getting Enough Zzzzzzz’s?

    Are You Getting Enough Zzzzzzz’s?

    Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a very common and potentially life-threatening medical disorder that causes your body to stop breathing during sleep.  Sleep apnea occurs when the airway becomes blocked, reducing the amount of oxygen delivered to your organs including the heart and brain.  People with sleep apnea may snore loudly and the interruption of breathing can happen hundreds of

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  • 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.