Our El Paso dental office is located at 13371-14 Eastlake Blvd, Suite 207, El Paso, Texas 79928 in the far Eastside. We are currently accepting new patients, and you can schedule an appointment by calling (915) 213-5480.
Dental Procedures and Treatments
Our Dental Clinic Features
The health of your teeth and mouth is very important to the well-being of your entire body. Visit our dentist for a dental exam, X-rays, and teeth cleaning is essential.
See a brighter, up to 8 shades whiter, smile in your mirror immediately. Let us help you with the best choice for teeth whitening in El Paso.
We are a full-service emergency dental clinic that has same-day emergency appointments available for all of our patients. Schedule an appointment!
Dentist Near Me provides dental services to the whole family, people of all ages, and folks from all walks of life in a comfortable and friendly environment.
If you wish to improve the appearance of your smile to help with confidence and feeling great, you should consider cosmetic dentistry as your best option.
Although it sounds complicated, tooth extraction is a routine procedure that carries a very low risk of long-term complications.
Dental implants are the best option for regaining the full use of your teeth and confidence! They provide a solid base for new teeth to attach to.
Because of their durability, appearance, and functionality, dental implants are the best option for replacing missing teeth in the long term .
Would you like straighter teeth or a more comfortable bite? If you’re seeking a superior smile and you’d like to achieve that better look without metal wires and brackets, choose Invisalign®.
A crown is used when a tooth is damaged or fractured, while a bridge is used when one or more than one tooth is missing.
A dental bridge is a prosthetic appliance a dentist used to treat patients with missing teeth. Dental bridges are false teeth that are firmly fixed between two crowns.
Porcelain veneers deliver incredibly natural results, with strength and comparable to your natural tooth enamel. You’ll love your new, improved smile!
A filling is a dental treatment for a tooth damaged by decay that restores it back to normal function and shape while preventing further decay.
Your teeth by all intents and purposes should last you a lifetime. If a tooth has become diseased or injured, oftentimes it can be saved through root canal therapy.