Dentistry Services From Our Family to Yours
Why Choose Us
At Davis Family Dental Care, you’ll be welcomed by our friendly and experienced team. We’re dedicated to your health, transformation, and happiness and offer comprehensive oral health care in a caring environment to all families.
Visiting one dentist for all your family’s oral health care needs has many advantages. Keep all your dental records in one place and build a relationship with the dental team that will be caring for your whole family.
We offer a full range of cosmetic treatments that can remove imperfections and totally transform your smile. From teeth whitening to the innovative Bioclear technique to veneers, we’ll keep you smiling!
What we offer.
From preventive dental services to restorative and cosmetic dentistry, Davis Family Dental Care offers a comprehensive range of services and personalized care. We take care of each and every member of your family, from toddlers to seniors.
At Davis Family Dental Care, quality care and patient comfort are our top priorities. We aim to provide you with the best possible experience in a comfortable, relaxing environment. We want you and your family to have a lifetime of healthy smiles. Our purpose is to pursue health, transformation, and happiness for our patients, our team, and ourselves. That purpose permeates our approach.
The best way to ensure you and your family have healthy smiles for life is to keep up with preventive cleanings and evaluations.
Dental implants are an excellent permanent-replacement solution for missing teeth.
You might need a crown if your tooth is severely fractured, worn, or decayed.
Bioclear is an innovative cosmetic treatment that can dramatically improve your smile.
KöR Teeth Whitening
KöR Teeth Whitening
KöR Whitening is a revolutionary system that can turn back the clock and remove years of discoloration.
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Sleep Apnea Treatment
If you have sleep apnea, disrupted sleep, or a snoring problem, ask us about our sleep apnea dental devices.
We love to hear from our patients!
Meet the Dentists
Dakota Cooper, DDS
Dr. Dakota Cooper feels enormously proud to offer her professional dental services to her hometown community. She is eager to build on the legacy of compassionate care that her father (Dr. Paul) began over 35 years ago.
Lauren Drennan, DDS
Dr. Lauren Drennan’s professional path began when she was just a young girl who liked to go to work with her dad (Dr. Paul). As a dentist, she loves spending time tailoring every treatment plan to the individual patient.
Paul Davis, DDS (Retired)
Dr. Paul Davis has been a dentist for nearly 40 years and is still devoted to his chosen profession of dentistry to this day. He works alongside his two daughters (Dr. Dakota and Dr. Lauren) who have followed his footsteps into the dental profession.
Ready for happy, healthy smiles for your entire family?
This patient was born with enamel deformities (enamel hypoplasia) that had been treated multiple times with bonding. We treated it with full porcelain crowns.
This patient was very self-conscious about smiling. All it took was a little laser gum contouring to remove the “gumminess,” and porcelain veneers took care of the rest.
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