Dr. Andrew Tibbitts loves a challenge. At some point in his life, someone must have said to him, “I challenge you to build a dental practice specializing in virtually every facet of dentistry, ranging from general and family to restorative and cosmetic.” Then someone else must have said, “I defy you to perform full-mouth reconstruction and total smile transformation—two of dentistry’s most challenging procedures.” Whether these challenges actually happened, Dr. Tibbitts—along with his colleague, Dr. Sewell—has fulfilled each one and now devotes himself to developing relationships with his patients through a combination of comprehensive planning and a uniquely comforting office.
We are a new dental office in Temecula, CA. Our office is equipped with the latest technologies in dentistry including CEREC same day crown, LASER dentistry, STA anesthetic system..etc. We also offer Carecredit and flexible payment plans as well as in-house discount plan for cash patients.
Like all medical professionals, Dr. Erich W. Herber cares primarily about his patient’s health, but that doesn’t mean the DDS lets comfort and style fall by the wayside. Rather, he welcomes patients to recline with a warm blanket in his comfortable dental chair, disappear into the music of their choice, and forget any and all anxieties associated with a trip to the dentist. While they relax, he works, filling cavities, sleuthing around gums for signs of gingivitis, or fitting TMJ (temporomandibular-joint disorder) sufferers with corrective, yet invisible, devices. As for style, the doctor knows that the best smiles are both healthy and sharp looking. With that in mind, he fits clients with porcelain veneers and metal-free crowns and brightens teeth with Zoom in-office and take-home trays.
Over the course of a decade, Dr. Joseph Mara has seen how many patients react negatively to the sterile environment of a dentist office. He now helps them relax with such things as conscious sedation dentistry and unlimited access to Netflix and Crackle. He also uses digital x-rays, which take images of teeth without requiring patients to hold uncomfortable gadgets in their mouths.