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  • Easily access the preventive services you need
  • Take advantage of our new patient special
  • Schedule appointments as early as 7 a.m.

Protect Your Oral Health With General Dentistry in Pleasanton

Your mouth is a gateway to the rest of your body. So it plays a major role in your overall health. When you prioritize your oral health, you safeguard your entire body from harmful bacteria. That’s why we encourage our patients to visit us every six months for a dental checkup. Our general dentistry in Pleasanton will ensure your smile is in excellent shape. You’ll be able to:

  • Reveal healthy teeth and gums when you smile
  • Treat problems early on before they become bigger issues
  • Protect your oral health and overall health throughout your life
  • Feel confident about taking care of your smile
  • Regularly discuss your dental goals and challenges with us

For an appointment, call 830-251-5579. New patients can receive a cleaning and exam for only $129! Be sure to also ask about our membership club for savings.

Show Off a Healthy Smile With Our General Dental Care Services

Neglecting your dental health not only harms your smile. It also can lead to more serious issues with your overall health. For example, gum disease can increase your risk for issues such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Our general dental care helps you keep problems like gum infections and tooth decay at bay. This includes services, such as:

  • Dental Cleanings and Exams – We’ll thoroughly clean your teeth and examine your mouth for concerns such as cavities, gum disease, and other issues.
  • Gum Disease Treatment – If you have an infection in your gums, we’ll do a deep cleaning procedure to eliminate the disease. For more advanced cases, we offer treatment through safe and gentle laser surgery.
  • Bad Breath or Dry Mouth Treatment – We’ll recommend products to alleviate these concerns, such as Xylimelts for dry mouth. We’ll also determine if it’s part of an underlying issue. For example, sleep apnea can trigger dry mouth, and gum disease often causes bad breath.
  • Mouthguards – Part of keeping your mouth healthy is keeping your teeth intact. We offer mouthguards for athletes or for patients who grind their teeth or deal with sleep apnea. We make them in our in-house lab!

If you struggle with dental anxiety, you’ll be happy to know we use a numbing topical gel. There is no prick from a needle, and you won’t feel a thing. We also have sedation options including laughing gas. Plus, you can remain happily distracted with TV in our patient rooms.

Don’t wait for a dental emergency to visit the dentist! Instead, keep your smile in great shape with general dentistry in Pleasanton. Call 830-251-5579 for an appointment. You can also schedule online. With hours as early as 7 a.m. and as late as 7 p.m., it’s easy to schedule appointments.

Common Questions About General Dentistry

What is general dentistry?

General dentistry is what we do here. We feature regular general dentistry solutions that will help keep your mouth healthy and your smile looking its best all through your life. This includes thorough examinations to screen for problems and to assess your teeth, gums, and mouth in general. General dentistry also includes protective measures like dental sealants and teeth cleanings to prevent dangerous plaque, tartar, and bacteria from causing disease, decay, and worse.

What foods are healthy for my teeth?

If you want a healthy smile, you’ll want a diet rich in whole grains, fiber, fruits and vegetables, calcium, and lean proteins. Make sure you avoid sugary drinks or sticky sweets, which can damage your tooth enamel. Drink plenty of water too! This washes away bacteria from your teeth and gums.

Can I prevent cavities?

Good oral hygiene and regular care from a general dentist go a long way toward preventing cavities. Brush at least twice a day with a toothpaste that contains fluoride, and see us every six months for an exam and cleaning. It’s also a good idea to limit your consumption of sugary or highly acidic foods and drinks. For added protection against cavities, ask your dental team about treatment with fluoride and/or dental sealants.

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