dental practice is located at 130 La Casa Via, Building #1, Suite
#202 in Walnut Creek, CA. We are located directly across the street
from John Muir Medical Center.
you enter our office your senses will be calmed and refreshed by the
environment of our waiting room. Large soft leather chairs, the smooth
rippling sound of a 7 foot waterfall, numerous current magazines for
your reading pleasure, and an array of tea flavors or freshly brewed
Starbuck's Coffee. We know that visiting the dentist can be stressful
for many people. It is one of our primary goals to make you as comfortable
as possible from the moment you arrive.
reception area is bright, open, and inviting, compared to many offices
where the patient is isolated and separated from the receptionist.
Feel free to discuss with our receptionist any concerns or questions
you may have. We desire you to be comfortable and always welcome in
of our 4 treatment rooms enjoys many patient comforts and technological
benefits. They are very spacious with large windows to provide warm
natural lighting. We have over 150 C.D.'s and players for our patients
to enjoy music during their visit if they choose. Nitrous
Oxide (laughing gas) is also provided for our patients
to help them relax if needed. Each room is computerized with the latest
in dental technology. Digital
X-ray Imaging saves
the patient up to 80% of the radiation exposure associated with traditional
X-rays while allowing the dentist to view the image in several different
settings. Intraoral Cameras are also used to
take quick color photos of the teeth and display them on the
computer screen for the patient to see. Dental education is very important
to our team and we want you to be well informed about your oral hygiene
and dental treatment options, so each operatory computer is equipped
with dental software covering a wide range of dental topics for the
patient to watch and learn about if desired.
KaVo Diagnodent leads the way in laser detection of cavities.
In the past, the only method dentists had of detecting clinical tooth
decay was to use a small sharp instrument and "push" into the tooth.
If the instrument stuck into the tooth, a cavity was usually present.
Our office continues to provide the public with the latest in dental
technology to aid in the detection and prevention of tooth decay.
The KaVo Laser helps the dentist to detect the beginning of tooth
decay before the cavity becomes large, thus allowing the patient to
have the tooth restored conservatively and with minimal pain and expense.
Our office takes great pride in providing dental excellence to the following local cities and beyond: