• Become a Smile Builder

    Become a Smile Builder

    What does it take to build a healthy smile? You have so many good reasons to keep your family’s teeth and gums healthy.  A healthy smile avoids toothaches and discomfort, gum disease, and decreases your risk of other problems in the body such as heart disease. Fortunately there are simple ways to keep your teeth

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  • National Toothache Day

    National Toothache Day

    It’s National Toothache Day! We know a toothache isn’t pleasant or something we want to celebrate, however it is always good to have a reminder of how to avoid toothaches. You can start by limiting sugary foods and acidic drinks, rinse your moth with water between meals and brush your teeth at least twice a

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  • How Much Do You Know About Your Pet’s Dental Health?

    Many pet owners spend time walking and grooming their pets but often do not think about brushing their pets’ teeth.  The California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) reports gingivitis and periodontal disease in dogs and cats have become widespread, and pet owners should take some simple actions to be sure their pet has good oral health.

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  • Have Fun at Work Day

    “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life. The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. The only way to do great work is love what you do.” – Steve Jobs Today is ‘Have Fun at Work Day’ and we want you to

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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.