Welcome to the dental office of Dr. Denver B. Eslinger.
We are a private dental practice and are pleased to be serving the community of Paso Robles. We offer high quality family and cosmetic dental care where the most important person in our practice is YOU! We will do our best to demonstrate our commitment to you every time you visit our office.
What are your dental needs? We offer a variety of dental services and procedures to meet all of your family’s needs. You will always have a chance to review your treatment options before scheduling anything. Some of our most common services include:
We stand behind all of our work and strive to do it right the first time. Modern dentistry has evolved to the point where even the procedures that used to cause the most fear are easier, safer, more effective, and more comfortable than ever. If you have any anxieties about visiting the dentist, we invite you to come in and give us a try.
Our staff is friendly, gentle, and kind, and will help you to feel completely at ease. Our office has a welcoming atmosphere that will reduce any stress you have over visiting the dentist.
Whether you are new to the area or just need to find a new dental home, we invite you to give us a call and find out why we are different. What can you expect when you visit our office?
Preventive care is the focus of our practice. We believe that excellent preventive care can help you avoid most common dental health concerns, including decay and periodontal disease. We’ll work with you to provide education to improve your home-care routine and comprehensive examinations to catch any developing problems quickly, when they can be treated with comfortable, inexpensive, conservative methods.
Call our office today to schedule your appointment. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
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A recent Ohio State University study published in the Journal of Dental Research found that 0.1% to 1.2% of microbes in aerosols distributed throughout the room during dental procedures were from saliva, while 78% were from irrigants. The findings suggest dental procedures pose a low risk for transmission of SARS-CoV-2, and support results of a study in the Journal of ...Read More