Your dental health is our first priority at Guerra Dental. From the moment you step in our office you'll notice the difference in our practice. We focus on you, listening and understanding your needs and concerns, while making you feel relaxed and comfortable with your visit. Our facility and equipment are state-of-the-art, but so is our dentist, Dr. Frederick Guerra and staff.
Dr. Guerra's mission is simple - to provide you with quality dental care by combining personalized attention and a commitment to lifelong oral health. And, if you're injured we'll be the first to help you in an emergency. We'll see you right away and get you out of pain as soon as possible.
We offer a variety of ways to improve and maintain your smile and oral health, including cosmetic dentistry and general dental procedures. We use laser cavity detection, low-radiation digital x-rays, tooth colored fillings, dental implants, extractions and we perform single-visit root canals. Dr Guerra also provides cosmetic dental services including invisalign, six month smiles and Zoom! Teeth whitening. His experience enables us to treat nearly all your dental health concerns right in our office, with little need to be referred for specialized care. We look forward to seeing you in our office.
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