Looking for Dental Care Information?

We compile our own information, links, resources and more to help you with pre- and post-care support.

Common Questions

What is Xylitol?

Have you ever been stuck with an X and a Y during a Words with friends or Scrabble game and needed to get rid of them ?   Try the word Xylitol.  Maybe you have heard of it or maybe you haven’t but it is an amazing solution to your oral health and your game play! […]

How can I tell if I have gum disease?

When left unchecked, gum disease–also called periodontitis–causes bone loss in the teeth and jaw, ultimately leading to tooth loss. The inflammation that is symptomatic of gum disease is an immune reaction. It’s the body’s way of trying to attack and get rid of foreign substances, namely food detritus, the bacteria that feed on it, and […]

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Resources (blogs)

Featured Artist: Tonja Wilcox

We have begun displaying the art of local artists in our lobby and hallways.  Our hope is that this is an on-going feature at our office.  The artists will rotate every 3-4 months.   If you know of an artist that would like to show their work in our office, please contact us!   Our […]

Tom Terry Award for Patient Safety

Dental safety advocate Tom Terry has recognized our office for its dedication to patient safety, and providing top-tier dental service. We are proud to announce that last month—May of 2016—our office was awarded the Tom Terry Award for “Patient Safety & Infection Control.” For those who aren’t aware, Tom Terry is a self-described “patient safety […]

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Dental Health History Form

Please download and fill out this form before your visit. It will help give us the information we need to make sure we can best help you!

Confidential Health History Form

Please download and fill out this form before your visit so that we can learn how to help you better!

Treatment Consent Form for Children

If your child needs to visit the office unaccompanied, please download and fill out the following form and fax (916-363-9173) or have your child bring it with them.