A graduate of the University of Southern California and the University of California’s School of Dentistry, Dr. Patel is a leader in the movement to bring environmental sanity and well-being into the dental world. As a trusted dentist, Dr. Patel provides her patients with more than just world-class dental care — she helps them recognize the vital connection between dental health and whole body health. She is also a ForbesBooks and Amazon best-selling author.

This Year, I’m Getting the Smile of My Dreams

The start of a new year is the perfect time to think about any changes you would love to see and put a plan into action to accomplish those goals. If you have been unhappy with the appearance of your smile, find yourself avoiding others to hide your teeth, or decline social invitations because you are self-conscious about your smile, now is a wonderful time to learn more about the changes you can make to help improve the way you feel about yourself. We offer a number of cosmetic dentistry treatments designed to create beautiful, healthy smiles. Continue reading to learn more about the method we use to create a plan that is unique to fit your needs and desires.

We Are Thankful For Our Patients

At Green Dentistry, we would be nothing without our amazing patients. Dr. Nammy Patel and the entire team are so thankful for the trust that the amazing patients who visit our practice have in our ability to maintain and restore their oral health. As a thank you, Dr. Patel and the team recently hosted an appreciation dinner for a number of our patients. Everyone wined and dined, enjoying each other’s company and the beautiful scenery of the city. Some of the guests even won some fabulous raffle prizes! We were able to mingle and be together, which we have missed over the past many months. We captured some beautiful images of the evening and want to share the video slideshow with you. Be sure to click the link to view.

Is Mouthwash Good Or Bad For Your Oral Health?

Are you prone to dental decay and find that no matter how well you clean your teeth, problems still creep up when you visit our office for your hygiene examination and cleaning? For years, you have learned about brushing your teeth thoroughly for two minutes, twice daily and using dental floss a minimum of once per day to help remove lingering bacteria from between teeth. Many patients also use mouthwash as the final part of their oral hygiene routine or if they cannot brush between meals and need a minty refresher. Dr. Patel was recently highlighted in a Well+Good article discussing how mouthwash may actually be causing your oral health more harm than good. Continue reading to learn more and for the link to this interesting article.