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At Grossmont Smile Center we take pride in what we do.  Our family and cosmetic oriented practice caters to our patients needs and wants by giving them quality dental care in an atmosphere that is warm, caring and supportive.

Our comprehensive approach to dental care is based on our desire to provide you with optimum oral health, and to include you in the decision making process.  We seek to form a relationship with our patients in which we can openly discuss your treatment options, and in which you can feel comfortable and confident that you will receive the best care possible.

We understand the financial cost of treatment, time constraints, and the fear of being in a dental chair sometimes become a major obstacle in accomplishing the dental care results that patients desire.  We work closely with our patients to remove these obstacles to make a beautiful, functional smile possible and affordable for them.

Our practice philosophy is built on comprehensive care and partnering with the patient to achieve their goals.  This approach covers four areas in which dental health is built: ESTHETICS, FUNCTION, STRUCTURE and BIOLOGY.

Our new patient appointments begin with a comprehensive evaluation, discovering present conditions and discussing possibilities, conserns and expectations from which we take necessary records to improve your oral health and smile.

ESTHETICS
Having confidence in your smile affects all aspects of life.  We offer a variety of options to improve the appearance of your smile.

  • Full mouth rehabilitation
  • Composite Bonding
  • Bleaching Therapies
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • All ceramic crowns
  • Braces

FUNCTION
Esthetics and Function works hand in hand.  Commonly esthetics is a result of good function.

  • TMJ & Muscle Exam
  • Wear Assessment
  • Bite Assessment

STRUCTURE
Structure issues can range from the need for a simple filling to replacing multiple missing teeth or repairing worn out/ damaged teeth that will promote overall optimum balanced oral health.

  • Tooth colored fillings
  • One day visit crowns (CEREC), onlays, inlays
  • Implant restorations
  • Dentures

BIOLOGY
Gum disease can result in the loss of teeth and a patients ability to smile and eat confidently, but is also associated with many medical conditions.  We believe that hygiene is a clinical service that provides care beyond what brushing and flossing can do.  It helps prevent new diseases and concerns from developing.