Welcome to the practice of King City Dental

Welcome to our dental clinic where we believe that a healthy smile has an impact on an individual’s sense of well-being. Through the efforts of our qualified team along with unparalled professional care; our practice prides itself on developing relationships based on trust and communication.  We at King City Dental are proud to offer the community the highest standards of dental care in a relaxed environment by providing our clients with friendly, individualized and well informed treatment through educating and motivating our clients to achieve and maintain their optimal oral health.

Please feel free to browse our site and e-mail or call us if you have any questions.  We look forward to welcoming you to become part of our family of healthy smiles.

Archive for April 2014


 Just like humans, your loving family pets can get cavities. Did you know that bad breath is the most common sign of periodontal disease in your pet’s mouth?  Along with yellow or brown plaque where the tooth meets the gum line, red bleeding gums or a swollen face. Examining your pet’s mouth is always a good habit to start when you are getting a new family pet, or even if you have furry friends already, it’s never too late to start.
Our loving furry family friends are a little different when it comes to having pain in their mouths. We as humans can express that we are uncomfortable and we generally lose our appetite, however, our pets cannot communicate that with us, and we cannot use their appetite as a guide to let us know something is wrong because in most cases, your pet will continue to eat just fine.
Your family veterinarian should be doing an oral exam with your pets at their annual checkup, and I could not believe it when I was told that there is Pet Insurance to help cover the cost of our furry friend’s dental work. I think this is amazing.
Between vet visits with your pet, there are some things that we can do at home to help their oral hygiene. We can “try” to brush their teeth with animal tooth paste found at most pet stores. There are dental treats that they can have, and also, there are some toys available to help with teeth cleaning and massaging of the gums.


         
 

Earth Day was started back in 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson and still, till this day, millions of people around the world are taking time to help their communities by picking up garbage or planing new trees. Earth Day was put into place to promote ecology and respect for life on the planet as well as to encourage awareness of the growing problems with air, water and soil pollutions.
We at King City Dental were proud to help our local State Farm Insurance Group clean up the streets of our gorgeous town this past Saturday. The weather was perfect and it feels amazing to be out in our community helping and showing that we care.


King City Dental is extremely proud to be participating in the 2014 King City Clean up Day. We were welcomed to join by the KCBCA. This is a yearly event and open to the public and local business to volunteer their time and help keep King City looking beautiful. Please see the link for more information and we hope to see everyone out on the streets this coming Saturday, April 19 2014. http://bit.ly/1qgPnF8