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02/08/2017
By: xavierr933
Dr. Jorge J Vasquez Garcia, DDS
Your dedication to educating and serving your patients is evident by the excellent information and background your website provides to visitors. I salute your efforts in providing that extra level of communication and service that is so important to patients.
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12/02/2016
By: Kevin W.
Gentle Dental
First of all they do not have credential delta dental dentist and lied to me my insurance would cover basic cleanings and X-rays. They do not accept dental dental. This means you get the full price bill 6 months later when you leave the office when they lie to you saying your insurance covered it. To make matters worse their office staff can and will not assist. If you want incompetent billing in which you have to pay full price because they can't bill correctly, enjoy constant rescheduling with uncredentialed dentist multiple times, and like a place that favors those who speak Spanish over those who speak English then this is your office. They even duct tape their chairs and equipment.
05/13/2016
By: P G.
Dr. Matthew R. Anderson, DMD
I first came to Dr Anderson while I was travel nursing in Santa Rosa and I was having problems with some 'bad' dentistry done out of state. I am now in Southern Cali and even though I still need him to finish my new implant crowns I will not go anywhere else. He is very professional, warm, and knowledgable and I wont' go anywhere else - yes, I am driving up to see him! Once you find a good thing folks, you do not want to loose it!
05/13/2016
By: C K.
Dr. Matthew R. Anderson, DMD
I am very thankful for my experience with Dr. Anderson. I was in a car accident and I broke off several front veneers and I was told that I needed to have my teeth extrtacted and implants placed. I live out of town and drove down to have a consult with an oral surgeon who told me that he thought the teeth were okay but he wanted Dr. Anderson to check them out. Because I live so far away up on the coast he called Dr. Anderson at the end of the day to see if he could see me or not. Even though it was late he and his staff stayed and they were so incredibly warm and nice. Dr. Anderson was gentle and explained that my teeth could be saved. He and Juliana arranged my other appointments and I feel so relived. Dr. Anderson's office is just awesome.
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03/06/2016
By: Gioconda R.
Gentle Dental
I stopped by to pick up more tooth cement because my temporary crown had fallen out a couple of times, Veronica immediately got me into a chair, took the time to clean my temporary, called Dr Morolo in who checked that everything looked good. I wa so impressed with both Veronica and Dr Morolo who really seemed to care about my tooth. I would highly recomend Gentle Dental and Dr Morolo and Veronica. Thanks for caring for your patients!
02/19/2016
By: Todd M.
Dr. Matthew R. Anderson, DMD
Very comfortable appointment dr Anderson is very nice and I was happy they could work me in as quick as they did. Awesome. NIce office.
12/23/2015
By: T R.
Dr. Matthew R. Anderson, DMD
Very pleasant office, very thorough examination. Appreciated that Dr. Anderson took the time to go through all of my xrays with me and answer all of my questions.
09/25/2015
By: Jesse W.
Dr. Matthew R. Anderson, DMD
Dr. Anderson's office is always so wonderful and the girls are all very welcoming. I am pleased to see that trend of quality care started by Dr. Franke has not skipped a beat under the care of Dr. Anderson. He has a very gentle touch.
06/19/2015
By: L W.
Dr. Matthew R. Anderson, DMD
Professional, warm, welcoming always!
06/11/2015
By: J M.
Dr. Matthew R. Anderson, DMD
He was both friendly and efficient.
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This generally depends on any specific issues you wish to address with your teeth. There are toothpastes designed to whiten teeth, fight cavities, decrease sensitivity, prevent bad breath, resist gingivitis, and those specific to children (with lower fluoride content). There are also toothpastes that offer “complete” protection by combining aspects of many of the above toothpastes.
It’s recommended to get a professional cleaning at least two times per year.
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  • Fluoride treatment can be applied by dentists to sensitive areas to numb teeth and strengthen enamel.
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  • Wisdom teeth are pushing other teeth around, causing pain and misalignment
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