Whether biting an apple or playing your favorite sport, dental accidents like a chipped tooth can happen! Check out our blog post to learn how dental bonding can quickly repair issues like chipped or cracked teeth.
Tooth-grinding, which is also known as bruxism, has physical, genetic, and emotional causes. Many people grind their teeth in response to stress, but they may not even know they’re doing it. Check out our blog post for a look at the issues teeth grinding can cause.
Though a common dental procedure, root canals often fill patients with fear and anxiety. Fortunately, improved technology and techniques have made root canal treatment something less fearful to look forward to. Read our blog post to learn how root canal treatment is done.
Our goal is to provide quality dental care in a judgment-free environment. No matter what caused your dental issue, we have plenty of experience in the treatments that will help fix the appearance and function of your tooth. Read our blog post to learn about our restorative dental services.
It’s no doubt that teeth often get all the spotlight. But when it comes to your oral health, you can’t forget about your gums! Read our blog post to find out what you can do to prevent gum disease before it becomes a problem!
The sweet relief of removing a tooth due to infection or impacted growth can make you eager to bite into your favorite foods peacefully. However, a more quick and successful recovery is likely after oral surgery if you stick to a soft foods diet. Check out our blog post for some good food choices after oral surgery.
There are cases in which it is better for the patient’s oral health and overall health to have one or more teeth extracted. Read our blog post to learn about the extraction process and the recovery process.
If you’ve ever experienced tooth sensitivity, you know that the discomfort and inconvenience are a damper when enjoying regular activities. Getting to the root of the sensitivity can help you take care of the unpleasant sensation sooner. Read our blog post to learn about tooth sensitivity!
While you cross items off your list of things to do before the year ends, don’t forget to cross off using your dental insurance benefits. If you didn’t know, many dental insurance benefits expire on December 31 of each year. Read our blog post for advice on using your dental benefits before you lose them!
"This office is AMAZING!! The front office staff is kind and caring. Dr. Kerr and Dr. Patel are so patient and caring as well. Being one that has serious dentist anxiety, Dr. Patel was comforting and reassuring that I was in the right place and she would take care of me. She and Sarah (my amazing hygienist) did just that. Thank you to Dr. Patel and Sarah for getting me through it!!"- LeAnn V.
"Recently my dentist I have gone to for years closed their practice and was recommended to Vista Ridge Family Dentistry. Couldn't be more satisfied with the smooth transition that Dr. Kerr and staff provided on my first visit. I had an apprehension due to going somewhere new, but quickly was put at ease with the friendly atmosphere upon arrival to the professionalism given during treatment."- Bob M.
"I was at Vista Ridge Family Dentistry for cleaning. It was my first time there and was completely satisfied with the precautions being taken at this time due to Covid-19. The Dr. and the dental hygienist could not have been more kind and careful. Thanks for making me feel comfortable."- Ruth C.
"I am so glad to have come to Vista Ridge Dentistry. Very kind, made me feel very comfortable and most professional. All of the employees, as well as Dr. Patel were very carrying. I felt very lucky to be at this office. A five star plus for certain."- Horace P.
"The folks at Vista Ridge Family Dentistry are amazing. They were friendly and welcoming. They spent time explaining what they were doing and why. Dr. Kerr and Nicole answered my questions and helped make a plan for my dental needs. I fully recommend Vista Ridge Family Dentistry."- Daniel C.