• Get Active

    Get Active

    Get Active, Drink Water…Feel Better! START MOVING Regular physical activity can improve your health, maintain a healthy weight and help prevent chronic diseases. 60: Children and teens, ages 6-17, need to be active at least 60 minutes every day.  This includes muscle and bone strengthening 3 times a week. Active kids tend to become active adults.

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  • Choose Health

    Choose Health

    Drinks can impact your health. They can cause weight gain and cavities, especially for children.  Over time, drinking sugary drinks may lead to obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans say to limit added sugar to less than 10 percent of the calories you eat and drink every day

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  • Make Every Sip Count

    Make Every Sip Count

    Drinks can impact your health, which is why it is important to make every sip count! Beverage Choices Matter Drink water to stay hydrated. Drink nutrient-packed beverages that are low-fat (1%) or fat-free milk to boost your nutrition. Choose Water Most Often Drinking tap water saves money. It is especially beneficial if your tap water

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  • When Sugar Is Not So Sweet

    When Sugar Is Not So Sweet

    Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB’s) are the leading source of added sugar in American’s daily diets.  Added sugars contribute about 13% of total daily calories.  About 47% of calories from added sugars come from sugary drinks. SSB consumption is shown to be connected with tooth decay in children in California.  54 percent of kindergartners and 70 percent

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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.