Show Off Your Healthy Smile

No matter your age, it's important to care for your teeth and gums throughout your life. Poor oral health affects your general health. It takes dedication rather than effort. Tooth pain can be excruciating. Don't let your discomfort ruin your day.

Along with brush, flossing, and eating the right foods, schedule regular visits with Watkins Family Dental. We have options to make you feel comfortable, state-of-the-art techniques, and a on-site therapy dog to calm your nerves during your appointment.

We Want You to Love Your Smile

Let us help your kids get off to a great start. Our kind and gentle approach introduces kids to cleanings and exams in such a way that they never have to fear the dentist. Parents are always welcome to accompany their children in the exam room for appointments.

Keep the teeth you have! Thanks to preventative care and new restorative options, it is now possible to maintain healthy, beautiful teeth throughout your lifetime. If you have missing teeth, we have state-of-the-art ways to replace them including dental implants.

We offer a variety of services and treatments including:

For a full list of services, click here.

Changing Smiles and Changing Lives

"The most rewarding part of my job is when patients say, 'Thanks for giving me back my smile.' Sometimes this is because we corrected an aesthetic issue and they look better so they smile more. Other times it’s because we’ve gotten them out of pain. Either way, nothing makes me happier then to see a patient of mine smile." - Dave Watkins, D.M.D.

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