At our Roseville, CA dental office, we have been helping people from Roseville, Sacramento, Rocklin, Folsom, Citrus Heights, and more for 35 years to get great, healthy smiles. We recently redesigned our website to show everything we can offer you and your family. We have the advanced technology, holistic focus, and wide range of treatments to help you get your teeth healthy and keep them that way.
You deserve the benefits of modern technology. That’s why Dr. Miller continues to invest money and training in new but proven technologies. We can use our K7 Evaluation System to identify TMJ problems. Oral cancer signs can be spotted early using a special light. DIAGNOdent lasers can point out cavities that are too small to otherwise detect.
We even have our own CEREC system — you can get 3-D images taken and your dental crowns made right here. Instead of waiting weeks, you can get your crown designed and placed on the same day you come in for measurements.
Sometimes, the cure is worse than the problem. There’s no need to use dental treatments that could harm your body when there are perfectly good alternatives. For example, metal fillings often contain mercury, a metal toxic to our bodies. Instead, Dr. Miller has moved to tooth-colored fillings that are metal-free.
We have also done away with latex (since many patients have allergies and sensitivities to it). Because there’s plenty of fluoride in our drinking water, we have stopped using that as well. You will still get great dental care; it’s just much safer here. That’s the point of our holistic dentistry.
You can have many different problems with your teeth. That’s why, despite some changes to our website, we are still offering a wide range of dental treatments. Dr. Miller performs pediatric dental work, so your children can get the care they need.
He is also highly trained in TMJ issues and is now one of only 24 dentists in the world to hold advanced standing with the four main TMJ organizations. You can get cosmetic treatments to make your smile look great. Our restorative dentistry will repair damaged teeth, while our general dentistry procedures can help your teeth stay healthy.