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Treating Smiles to Comprehensive Dental Care

We’ll give your smile an exceptional level of care, whether it’s for a routine six-month checkup or you need a complete set of teeth replaced. Our team has served the area’s families for over 20 years, restoring dental health and creating bright smiles every day.

Get Life-Changing Dentistry!
  • Receive compassionate care at every visit
  • Relax with a choice of sedation options
  • Feel at home with TVs, headphones, pillows, and blankets
No insurance? Let us help!

Don’t have insurance? Join our dental membership club! You’ll get access to all of the preventive care your family needs for a low monthly fee. We also offer cosmetic and restorative services at a discount to our members.

Achieve Your Dream Smile With Our Help

Desert Palm Dentistry wants you to feel like family from the moment you walk through our doors. Our team will greet you warmly and keep you waiting for no more than a few minutes before we take you back. As our patient, you’ll gain access to many dental treatments to keep your smile healthy and beautiful. Plus, our sedation options will relieve any dental anxiety you’re feeling. You can even take advantage of cozy pillows and blankets and watch TV or listen to headphones while we work.

If you’re ready to give your smile the ultimate treatment, call your new dentist in Phoenix today at (602) 693 1337. You can also make an appointment online.

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Common Questions About Our Services
Does insurance cover cosmetic dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is typically not covered by dental insurance. We can help you check your individual plan to find out exactly what your policy covers. To make your cosmetic care more accessible, we offer third-party financing through several companies. We’ll help you as much as we can to get the smile improvements you want and need!

What does restorative dentistry cost?

As you might imagine, since restorative dentistry covers a wide range of treatments, the cost can be just as wide ranging. A simple tooth filling costs much less than a full-mouth teeth replacement. Once you come in for your consultation, we can give you a much better idea of the cost involved for your restorative dentistry.

Can dental implants be removed?

Technically, dental implants can be removed, although it is unlikely you would ever need to have that done. Once your implants are placed in your jawbone, they completely bond with it. They can last for decades, if not the rest of your life. The replacement teeth that are anchored to your implants do usually need to be replaced at some point. Typically, they have a life span of five to 10 years.