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No matter how long it’s been since your last visit to the dentist, we’re here to help, and it all starts with our approach to preventive and general dentistry.

Recent research shows a strong connection between periodontal disease and serious health problems like:

  • Diabetes

  • Heart disease and stroke

  • Hypertension

  • Alzheimer’s disease

There’s no judgement in our office and we take pride in providing relaxing care in a comfortable environment.

First time patient?

At your new patient appointment, you’ll meet with a general dentist and:

  • Get a full oral exam

  • Take a complete set of digital x-rays

  • Plan your follow-up care

We’ll talk about any concerns you have regarding your dental health, cosmetic problems with your smile, and answer your questions about what to expect from your treatments.

Expect your first visit to take about 90 minutes.




Regular checkups and cleanings are the start to lifelong dental health. At your appointment, your hygienist will clean and polish your teeth and teach you proper brushing and flossing techniques.

Then you’ll meet with your dentist who will examine your teeth and gums for signs of disease and decay. Together you’ll review the findings and plan any needed follow-up treatment. Your exam also includes:

  • Oral cancer screening

  • Digital imaging and x-rays (as necessary)

  • 3D full face scan

  • Gum health evaluation

  • Bite alignment and mandibular joint check

Other General Services


Dental care that helps maintain good oral health. It's a combination of regular dental check-ups along with developing good habits like brushing and flossing.


Treatment for tooth damaged by decay that restores back to its normal function and shape while preventing further decay.


Caps placed on top of damaged teeth. Crowns are used to protect, cover and restore the shape of your teeth when fillings don’t solve the problem.


If you have missing teeth, including front teeth, a dental bridge can help restore the look and function of your teeth. It bridges the gap where the missing tooth is.


Excessive tooth decay, tooth infection and crowding can all require a tooth extraction. Those who get braces may need one or two teeth removed to provide room for their other teeth as they shift into place. Additionally, those who are undergoing chemotherapy or are about to have an organ transplant may need compromised teeth removed in order to keep their mouth healthy.

Wisdom Teeth

Impacted wisdom teeth that cause pain or other dental complications are usually removed. Some dentists and oral surgeons also recommend removing impacted wisdom teeth that don't cause symptoms to prevent future problems.


Artificial tooth roots, similar in shape to screws. When dental implants are placed in your jawbone, they bond with your natural bone. They become a sturdy base for supporting one or more artificial teeth, called crowns.


Dentures are removable appliances that can replace missing teeth and help restore your smile. If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health.

Gum Disease

Periodontitis, also generally called gum disease or periodontal disease, begins with bacterial growth in your mouth and may end, if not properly treated, with tooth loss due to destruction of the tissue that surrounds your teeth.

Root Canals

Treatment to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth instead of removing it. The term "root canal" comes from cleaning of the canals inside a tooth's root.


Dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. They have the experience and qualifications to care for a child's teeth, gums, and mouth throughout the various stages of childhood.


Broken teeth, crowns, fillings; bad tooth aches, bleeding or sore gums, or something just doesn't feel right.






Dr. J. Michael Elizondo


Dr. Jeffrey Lozano

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