From the tip of the crown to the bottom of the root, Dr. Rashmi Beedubail specializes in restoring and maintaining virtually every part of the tooth. With more than 10 years of experience, Dr. Beedubail offers more than just a menu of general dental techniques. With a strong background in science, she also looks out for the well-being of her patients with services such as nutrition counseling and tobacco cessation.
With hundreds of locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-health-care professionals who deliver a variety of quality dental services. The collective places an emphasis on relationship building—meaning patients can confess their most egregious toffee-apple trespasses while receiving a teeth scrubbing delivered with precision and understanding. Each of the dentists is prescreened for a consistent record of excellence and the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a toothstack.
Those who dread visits to the dentist tend to be taken aback after stepping foot inside Dr. Emil Villaroman’s office for the first time. Dr. Villaroman and his staff seem to have taken their inspiration from a relaxing spa when designing their practice's two locations; at the Modesto office, for example, hanging lamps cast a soft glow on plush dental chairs that look out on a garden teeming with plants.
Such a tranquil, warmly lit space serves as an appropriate setting for the doctor’s remarkably gentle family, general, restorative, and cosmetic treatments. Dr. Villaroman sharpened his skills abroad before moving to the United States, and his international experience serves him well as he scrapes away plaque and rubs tongues clean of passport stamps. Staff members at the coral- and green-hued Modesto location hold specialty certifications and constantly continue their periodontal education. Similarly impressive, the Tracy office features a team that draws upon more than a decade of experience as they treat each patient with individual attention.
Dr. Prakash K. Sojitra believes in keeping his patients informed as much as he believes in good dental hygiene. To make this happen, he first examines for decay in a patient's enamel and bone with thorough exams and x-rays, which also lay out panoramic diagrams of teeth so he can determine bite relationships. The doctor then relates his findings to patients in simple terms so they can make informed decisions about treatment plans. Educated patients, the doctor finds, feel empowered about their dental health and are thus more likely to maintain their dental upkeep instead of waiting for their teeth to develop deeper, more costly problems. In addition, Dr. Praskash sees patients for dental emergencies such as broken teeth, bitten tongues, and infectious smiles; he also spends a good amount of time devising lifetime treatment plans to help prevent such emergencies.