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Here at Isabella Family Dentistry, we want our patients to feel good about coming to our website for all of their resources. We have given all of our patients the ability to download and fill out the forms they need prior to their first visit. This can make your first visit a lot easier, and more soothing.

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Step One

Give us a call to talk to our staff and schedule your appointment. We are happy to answer your dental related questions and offer convenient scheduling options.

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Step Two

Download our new patient forms or come in to discover our office and meet our team. We look forward to assisting you towards achieving your optimal dental health.

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Step Three

At your appointment we value your time and take the extra steps to get to know you, your dental needs and provide all of your dental treatment options in easy to understand terms.

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Quality dental care doesn’t stop when you’re out of the patient chair. We help patients feel supported throughout their dental treatment plan by providing post-treatment forms easily downloadable online. Of course, if you have any questions about your dental treatment or would like to speak with one of our staff members about your dental care, give us a call!

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Insurance Options

Our staff is known for working with insurance providers to get you the most value at the least cost to your wallet. Do you want to learn more about what dental insurance providers we accept or what payment plans we offer? Call today!

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Our staff is known for working with insurance providers to get you the most value at the least cost to your wallet. Do you want to learn more about what dental insurance providers we accept or what payment plans we offer? Call today!

Did you know that a typical set of bitewing X-rays at the dentist involves one of the lowest radiation doses when compared to that of medical X-rays or even a short, 1-2 hour airplane flight? Modern dental X-rays have are engineered to be safer than ever, where your typical set of dental X-rays emits less than one day of natural background radiation. At your visit, your family dentist will use every consideration to ensure your safety and comfort throughout your stay.

Thin and clear by design, dental sealants are one of the simplest and most affordable ways to protect the chewing surfaces of the teeth, predominantly the premolars and molars. Children often benefit greatly from dental sealants, as they bond into the deeper grooves of the teeth to act as a protective shield to prevent tooth decay. If you or your child is prone to cavities or want to get started taking a more proactive approach to dental care, dental sealants may be the invisible superhero in your dental care routine.

Gum disease, also known as gingivitis or periodontal disease, is present in an estimated half of adults in America today, and is similarly common in children. Unfortunately, it is also the number one cause of tooth loss today. It is often caused by plaque that builds up on the teeth or allows germs and bacteria to breed under the surface level of the gums.

If you haven’t been the the dentist in awhile or think you may have symptoms of gum disease, such as gums that itch or bleed after brushing, please call your family dentist today. Periodontal disease is preventable with routine care by your dentist and healthy dental hygiene habits at home.

If you’ve grown up dreading the dentist due to what feels like a chronic case of cavities (no matter how much you brush or floss!), you might have a bigger problem on your hands. An estimated 7 million adults in America suffer from symptoms of gastroesophageal acid reflux disease, or GERD. Individuals with this disease may go months or years without knowing they have a medical problem that could be silently wearing away at their teeth.

Dentists are often the first to spot symptoms of GERD in the form of changes in your dental health, such as worn enamel or tooth erosion as stomach acids wear down a healthy smile over time. If you believe you are unusually prone to cavities or have noticed a change in your dental health over time, ask your family dentist how she may help you recover a healthy smile that lasts.

Although oral infections such as periodontal disease (gum disease) affect millions of adults every year, these common chronic infections play a dramatic role in affecting whole body health. Diabetes, bacterial pneumonia, and risks of stroke, for example, may worsen over time without quality oral health. For women who are pregnant, maintaining good oral health is imperative, as periodontal disease has been linked to complications in pregnancy such as low birth weight.

A healthy mouth can support a healthier body! Lower your systemic health risks today by maintaining routine checkups with your dentist. Have you recently begun to take new medications, become pregnant or noticed a change in your health? A preventative visit with your dentist can take a proactive approach on maintaining your overall health.

It’s one of our best kept secrets that we’re able to treat cavities (dental caries) between teeth. How do they happen? In these tough-to-reach spaces your toothbrush may struggle to clean away tough bacteria and plaque known to break down sugars and carbohydrates over time and release acids that are harmful to tooth enamel.

Diagnosing these elusive cavities may require a dental X-ray, which will show the extent of the damage to the teeth and catch warning signs in their earliest and most treatable stages. If the cavity has not developed down to the innermost pulp of the tooth, you may not need a local anesthetic to prepare the tooth for a filling. Because tooth-colored fillings are designed for strength and functionality, they are easy to place and can blend in with your natural tooth structure for a healthy and natural appearance.

“Building Long-Term Relationships”

“We are truly excited and eager to meet each and every one of you, and I anticipate a long and fruitful relationship for many years to come!”

- Dr. Leslie

We are pleased to become your Coronado dental office. Become part of our dental family and visit us at 1012 Isabella Ave., Coronado, CA 92118.

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Wondering how the dentists here at Isabella Avenue Dentistry can help you with your dental needs? Call us at 619-435-0147.

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Dr. Leslie and Dr. Scott are honored to be your Coronado dentist. Relax and enjoy your time here at Isabella Avenue Dentistry.

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