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Sacramento Dentistry
Article By: Soft Touch

High Standards

The American Dental Association (ADA) and other dental associations publish best practice guides, which outline how dentists should perform certain procedures. These include tooth extraction, root canal treatment, crown placement, etc.

While the ADA recommends that dentists adhere to the highest possible standards of care, it does not prescribe specific techniques. This makes sense because each dentist has his or her own style and preference.

However, if you are looking for a Sacramento dentist willing to take extra steps to ensure your safety and comfort during any procedure, look no further than Dr. Andrew Owyoung and Dr. Alex Owyoung. They will always be there when you need them.

Doctors Owyoung is a California Dental Association (CDA) member and the Sacramento District Dental Society (SDDS). Both organizations have strict guidelines regarding what they consider acceptable practices. They also publish their best practice guides, which can help determine if your dentist follows them.

If you want to learn more about the best practices used by dentists in Sacramento, visit the CDA website or the SDDS website.

When searching for a new dentist, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of options available. However, some important factors must be considered before making a decision.

First, make sure that the dentist you choose is licensed to practice in the state where you live. Some states require dentists to complete additional training after graduating from school, so this is something to check before scheduling an appointment.

Next, ask yourself why you want to see a particular dentist. If you make a selection simply on someone’s appearance, you may not always receive the best treatment. But if you want someone who takes pride in providing high-quality services, you must go to a general dentist with the proper credentials and experience.

Finally, think about the type of experience you want to get from your dentist. Do you prefer a gentle touch, or do you prefer a more aggressive approach? Are you looking for a dentist who offers preventative care or focuses only on emergency situations?

These questions will help you narrow down your search, but ultimately, you must decide what kind of experience you want to receive from your dentist.

Sacramento Dentist: How Can I Find A Good One?

Finding a good Sacramento dentist is not always easy. Your first step is to use the Internet to research different dentists in your area. Many websites provide reviews of local dentists, including Yelp and Google. You can also find information online about the various types of dentists, such as cosmetic dentists, family dentists, pediatric dentists, and orthodontists.

You can also contact your insurance company to find out if they offer discounts for seeing a particular dentist. Finally, you can ask friends and relatives for recommendations.

Once you’ve narrowed your list of potential dentists, schedule an appointment at one of those offices. During your initial meeting, you’ll likely meet with several staff members. Ask these people how long they’ve been practicing, whether they’re board-certified, and their specialty.

Once you’ve met with all the staff members, you’ll better understand whom you’d like to work with. Afterward, meet with the dentist you’d most like to see.

The next step is to review your dental records. This includes x-rays, past medical history, and any other pertinent information. 

Remember to bring along a list of questions related to your concerns about oral health. Be prepared to discuss your overall health, lifestyle habits, and any medications you take.

If you have children, bring them with you to your appointments. They can often give valuable insight into which doctors are the best fit.

After your appointment, write down your impressions of each office. Did you enjoy talking to the staff? Were they friendly? Was there a lot of noise during your visit? Are the staff sufficiently experienced and trained?

When choosing a dentist, remember that you deserve to feel comfortable and confident when visiting their dental office. The last thing you need is to be stressed out by the entire process.

Positive and Safe Environment

Our commitment to providing a positive and safe environment is what sets us apart. At Soft Touch, we are committed to providing exceptional care to all of the patients we serve. We believe in treating every patient like family. We want you to feel comfortable during your appointment and know that you will receive quality dental care.

We understand how important it is to trust a dentist, and we take great pride in creating a warm and friendly atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy yourself. This is why we offer many amenities, such as free Wi-Fi, magazines, TVs, and air conditioning.

We strive to ensure you receive the best possible care while maintaining a pleasant experience. Our office is designed to help you feel relaxed and comfortable throughout your entire visit.

Our Services and Specialties

We are committed to providing the highest level of patient care through preventative measures and high-quality restorative services. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible dental experience while maintaining a friendly atmosphere. From routine cleanings and exams to cosmetic procedures, we offer a wide range of services designed to meet your needs.

Cosmetic Dentistry

The number of people seeking cosmetic dental care continues to grow. A recent study found that nearly half of Americans — 46% — had visited a dentist for some cosmetic treatment within the past year. And according to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, there’s no sign of this trend slowing down anytime soon.

In fact, the demand for cosmetic procedures is expected to continue growing over the next decade. This is largely due to the aging baby boomer population, which is projected to reach 74 million by 2030. Baby boomers are increasingly turning to cosmetic treatments to improve their appearance. They’re also looking for ways to reduce the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, which often accompany aging.

Tooth Whitening

One of the most popular cosmetic procedures today is teeth whitening. It’s estimated that more than 50 million Americans have used at least one form of teeth-whitening product. The process involves using special bleaching agents to lighten the color of stained or discolored teeth.

Teeth whiteners come in both home and professional versions. Home kits typically contain strips made from carbamide peroxide, which is applied directly to the teeth. Professional products usually include trays filled with a gel containing hydrogen peroxide. Both types of products work well, but they may require several applications before results become noticeable.

Teeth whitening has been around since ancient times. In fact, it was once considered an effective way to treat certain medical conditions, such as jaundice. Today, however, it’s primarily used to enhance personal beauty.

Dental Implants

Another common procedure is dental implants. These small titanium posts are surgically placed into the jawbone to replace missing teeth. Dental implants look and function just like natural teeth. However, unlike dentures, they don’t slip or move around.

While dental implants aren’t suitable for everyone, they can benefit those who have lost multiple teeth. For example, if you lose all of your upper front teeth, you might consider getting implants instead of traditional bridges. Bridges require additional crowns to support them, making them less stable than implants.

If you’ve recently experienced tooth loss, talk to us about dental implants. We can discuss whether this option would benefit you.


If you want to change your smile without replacing your teeth, veneers could be right for you. Veneers are thin porcelain shells covering your teeth’ front surface. They’re bonded to the enamel layer of your teeth, creating a new outer shell.

This technique works best on straight, even teeth. But because veneers only cover the front surfaces of your teeth, they won’t affect the length or width of your bite. If you already have unevenly spaced teeth, veneers probably won’t help.

However, if you have gaps between your teeth, veneer placement could fill these spaces. You might also find that veneers make your teeth appear straighter and whiter.

Talk to us about veneers if you think they could benefit your smile.

Dental Hygiene

We want to protect the environment by creating an environmentally friendly dental practice. We believe that we can do better than the current industry standard. We want to provide high-quality dentistry without harming our patients or the planet.

Our goal is to create a comfortable and safe office for patients. We want to reduce the amount of waste generated during treatment. We want to improve our energy efficiency and reduce our carbon footprint.

Dental Technology

Soft Touch Dentistry provides state-of-the-art dental technology services such as digital x-rays, intraoral cameras, laser treatments, 3d imaging, and more. We are dedicated to providing the best possible care to each and every one of our patients.

We offer various procedures, including; cosmetic dentistry, periodontal care, sedation dentist, sleep apnea treatment, oral surgery, implant placement, root canal therapy, crown and bridge work, and much more.

Our goal is to provide our clients with the highest quality dental care available while providing them with a relaxing, stress-free atmosphere. We strive to create a positive patient experience through personalized service and attention to detail.

We are committed to educating our patients about preventative health care and disease management. We will help educate our patients about proper nutrition, healthy lifestyle habits, good dental hygiene, and regular checkups.

General & Family Dentistry

In the future, there may not be cavities. At least not the ones we know today. Dental lasers are changing how dentists treat decay and gum disease. They’re also making it easier to keep teeth white. 

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentists are specialists trained to treat children from birth through early adulthood. They provide preventive, routine checkups and emergency, restorative, and cosmetic treatments. A pediatric dentist must receive extensive training in child development and growth patterns. They also must undergo additional education and experience to become board certified.

There are many different types of pediatric dentists. General dentists who want to expand into pediatrics often choose to do so under the supervision of a pediatric specialist. Other pediatric dentists prefer to practice independently, seeing patients in office settings. Still, others work out of hospital or clinic offices.

Children’s dental visits are typically shorter than adult visits. This makes it easier for parents to schedule appointments and maintain regular dental maintenance. Many pediatricians recommend that parents bring their children to the dentist every six months for cleaning and exams.

Periodontal Disease Treatment

Laser therapy uses laser light energy to stimulate collagen production within the periodontium. Collagen is a protein found naturally in connective tissue, such as ligaments, tendons, cartilage, bone, skin, blood vessels, muscles, etc. When collagen is stimulated, it produces heat, which stimulates healing cells. This process helps to repair damaged tissues and promotes healthier teeth and gums.

Restorative Dentistry

Dentists can use several methods to restore missing teeth. The most common method involves replacing a tooth with an artificial tooth made of porcelain fused to metal (PFM). Porcelain is strong and durable but does not have the same appearance as natural enamel. Metal offers strength and durability, but it has a dull appearance. By combining these two materials, dentists can produce a restoration that looks like real enamel and appears more natural.

Another popular option is to replace a tooth with a crown. Crowns are similar to PFM restorations, except they cover the entire visible portion of the tooth. Crowns are used when a large amount of tooth structure needs to be replaced.

Root Canal Treatment

A root canal treatment is performed when bacteria infect the pulp chamber, nerve endings, and other soft tissues inside the tooth. If left untreated, this infection could spread throughout the body, causing serious medical problems. Root canal procedures remove infected tissue and seal the area using filling material. Afterward, the tooth is restored with a crown.


Your teeth need to last a lifetime. Without proper care and maintenance, you can cause damage to your teeth and gums, resulting in tooth loss. Missing teeth can affect your ability to chew, creating other health issues. We can keep you smiling your entire life with today’s medical technology. If you have a tooth issue, schedule an appointment so we can show you how easy it is to get your smile back. It’s always better to address the situation quickly than let it worsen. Contact Soft Touch Dentistry today and let us help.

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