Somos Dental Gives Back to Their Community with a Special Promo

Get ready, Arizona! Somos Dental is hosting a special promotion for the month of July ONLY. This month, we are giving away brand new laptops to Somos Dental patients who prepay for their braces. That means your kid (or you) can get a beautiful new smile plus a new tech device for school or work. It’s a win-win.

Why are we doing this?

Now more than ever, our lives are being changed thanks to COVID-19. We have witnessed change in every aspect of our society, from new social standards to disruptions in education. While Somos Dental can’t change social distancing rules, we can assist with the education side of things.

A massive population of families in Arizona are struggling because they don’t have the proper technology for their kids to transition into online courses, or they don’t have the proper means of working on their job from home.

How do you qualify for the promo?

It’s pretty simple. All you have to do is come into one of our 5 Arizona dental clinics during the month of July with the intention to get braces. Start the braces process, and, before you leave, pay $1,999 upfront on the total cost. That might sound like a lot, but it is a little less than half of what you will end up paying in the end.

You’ll walk out the door with a new laptop. Also, to sweeten the deal, you will save $1,000 on your braces bill.

Somos Dental cares about you.

We are committed to our patients and helping ease their struggles in any way that we can. Our community needs us the most right now, and we hear their concerns and woes.

No one should have to worry about how they will continue their job or education right now.

So, come to Somos Dental to get the smile you’ve always dreamed about and the tools you need to support your education needs or sustain your work from home.

Somos Dental cares about you.


How to keep a good dental care routine while in quarantine

How to keep a good dental care routine while in quarantine
Dental care routine

The new Coronavirus crisis has lasted longer than expected. Several cities have been under lockdown for almost half a year, and since the spike in new cases of Coronavirus (Covid-19), it seems that we will need to wait longer for things to go back to normal. We have noticed that there are people who want to know how to keep an appropriate dental care routine, since they cannot or do not want to visit their dental office until things calm down. That is why in this article we will post an adequate dental care routine you can stick to so you can rest in your house until an actual dental emergency takes you to the dentist.

Brush your teeth three times a day

This is a piece of basic advice that has always been given. However, a lot of people have changed habits since being in lockdown, and they do not take the time to brush three times a day as before the quarantine. Use your preferred toothpaste and toothbrush and brush your teeth after every main food in your day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Brushing helps by removing food debris and bacteria from your mouth. If you leave your teeth without brushing, the food residues will create bacteria that will eat your tooth enamel, resulting in cavities and bad breath.

Floss at least once a day

There are places where the traditional toothbrush can’t reach. These places can be cleaned by flossing. Once that someone finished flossing, they should rinse the mouth and check for any food debris leftovers.

How to floss

how to floss

In a past Blog entry we already shared this information. However, the National Institute of Aging shared this guide on how to floss correctly:

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Try to reduce stress

A lot of the damage that our teeth take is due to bad stress coping strategies. These can be such as clenching teeth, biting objects (such as pen caps, clips, etc.), and so on.

This is why if you have been having difficulties with stress during this quarantine, you should try to look for alternative ways of relieving stress, such as meditation, electronic counseling, electronic psychotherapy, and so on.

Where can I go if I have dental problems in the Phoenix Metro Area?

you have a dental emergency, or you are looking for an affordable a good quality elective procedure, you can call us at Somos Dental. In Somos Dental we are offering emergency care and elective treatment during the Coronavirus crisis. We continuously clean, sterilize, and disinfect every corner, surface, machine, and tool in our dental offices while we only see one client at the time. In Somos Dental we want to do everything in our hands to control the Coronavirus Crisis. If you are looking for an affordable and high-quality dental service in the Phoenix Metro Area you can contact us through our different options, such as Facebook Messenger, phone call, Whatsapp, or e-mail. We are located in 5 different points: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa, and Camelback. Give us a call at 623-232-0089 if you have any questions.


Looking for an affordable dentist in phoenix? Come to Somos Dental

Looking for an affordable dentist in phoenix?
Somos Dental Locations

Most people are postponing much needed dental procedures, since they are not considered an emergency during the lockdown. Since the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis, many have not been able to get preventative medical and dental treatment as a way to stop the rapid growth of the virus. However, according to theArizona State Board of Dental Examiners, we have received orders that as of May 1st, dental offices will “re-open” for elective treatments. This means that dentists will no longer only offer emergency care, but will also start to offer services for elective procedures. This means that you will be able to get several pending procedures such as braces, teeth cleaning, implants, dentures, and so on. If you have a pending dental treatment that you have not been able to move forward with then you can visit us at Somos Dental for an affordable and professional service in the Phoenix area.

So, is it safe to visit the dentist now?

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Once the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic started to grow, every non-essential activity had to cease in order to flatten the curve and stop hospitals from overcrowding. Most basic health care units had to stop operations in fear of becoming focal infection centers. These included dental offices since they actually work with mouth fluids. The main concern is that even though every dental office is mandated to clean and sanitize their machines and tools, that this may not be enough precautions to deal with a virus. Once someone undergoes a procedure that requires the use of a drill or a scaler, there is the possibility that it can leave live viruses in the air up to 3 hours. Having potentially contaminated zones can be dangerous for both the patient and dentist, which was why the federal and state government had mandated to ceases non-emergency interventions.

At Somos Dental we know the risks of dental procedures and potential viral infections. That is why we use, clean, sanitize, and sterilize every machine, tool, and material that is involved in every single procedure. We also use air cleaners and purifiers in order to offer the safest possible environment for our patients.

What exactly falls under elective treatment?

Elective treatment includes several dental and aesthetic procedures that do not require immediate attention, since they do not present an immediate threat to the patient’s health. Many of these were not the specified conditions and procedures from the American Dental Association, which mainly applied to emergency care. Some of the new dental service procedures that can be attended to now are:

  • Braces
  • Braces maintenance/ tightening
  • Cleanings
  • Deep Cleanings
  • Implants
  • Dentures
  • Etc.

Why choose Somos Dental?

If you have a dental emergency, or you are looking for an affordable dentist in the Phoenix area, you can contact us at Somos Dental. We have taken special precautions with the Coronavirus crisis. We clean, sterilize, disinfect every surface, and we only see one client at a time. We can help you with an emergency dentistry and elective treatments. In conclusion, at Somos Dental we want to do everything in our power to slow down the Coronavirus pandemic that has been affecting the world. Make sure to give us a call or message us to find out if your case is considered an emergency. At Somos Dental we have a team of great professionals that can take care of your needs! If you do need to contact us for a dental emergency, you can do so through messenger on Facebook, by phone, or by email. We have 5 locations throughout the Phoenix Metro Area: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa and, Camelback. We are open for limited days and hours so give us a call at 623-232-0089 if you have any questions.


Dental Emergency and Coronavirus

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The U.S. has become the new global epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. As of April 22, 2020, the United States has already broken the 800,000’s mark of COVID-19 cases. Regulations have been imposed for weeks now, however; they have been changing continuously as the virus has continued to spread across the country. Generally, restrictions have become stricter as new cases and deaths are being confirmed daily.

The whole country has been locked down in an attempt to slow the propagation of the virus. The State of Arizona has not been exempted since it has also been hit by the virus and many non-essential tasks, services, and errands will be postponed until further notice. These include non-urgent dental appointments, such as routine checkups and cleanings. Now here is some pertinent information to answer this important question:

Is it safe to visit the dentist?

That is the question that a lot of people with pending dental work and procedures are asking. The federal and state governments have mandated that dental offices can only see patients that have a dental emergency. This means that braces, cleanings, aesthetical implants, and most other cases are not to be seen until further notice.

Even though dental tools and machines are disinfected and sterilized, there is a problem with the COVID-19 virus. The coronavirus goes into the air after a dental procedure that uses a drill or a scaler, which leaves live viruses in the air for up to 3 hours. This can be dangerous for both the dental health practitioner and the patient. That is why the federal and state governments have restricted dental appointments to solely dental emergencies. This is a way to slow down the mass infections that have been taking place in the last weeks.

What is considered a dental emergency?

According to the American Dental Association, amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the following guideline specifies what can be considered a dental emergency case, which will require immediate attention:

  • Bleeding that does not stop
  • Painful swelling in or around your mouth
  • Pain in a tooth, teeth or jawbone
  • Gum infection with pain or swelling
  • After surgery treatment (dressing change, stitch removal)
  • Broken or knocked-out tooth
  • Denture adjustment for people receiving radiation or other treatment for cancer
  • Snipping or adjusting wire of braces that hurts your cheek or gums
  • Biopsy of abnormal tissue

The full list of what is and what is not considered an emergency can be found in the following image.

Guidelines according to the American Dental Association

At Somos Dental we want to do everything possible to slow down the Coronavirus pandemic that has been affecting the world, that is why you should call or message us to find out if your case is considered an emergency. At Somos Dental we have a team of great professionals! If you need to contact us for a dental emergency, you can do so through messenger on Facebook, by phone or by email. We have 5 locations throughout the Phoenix Metro Area and they are open for only limited days and hours: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa and Camelback. Give us a call at 623-232-0089 if you have any questions.


Should I go to the dentist while coronavirus is going around?

So, how can you take care of your dental health during quarantine?

As of April 4, 2020 at 11:32 pm (MST), the United States of America is the country with the most confirmed cases of COVID-19 (also known as ‘Coronavirus‘) in the world. This has led the president of the U.S. to declare a state of emergency for the entire country. Furthermore, several states have mandated social distancing and quarantines. Since we, Somos Dental, are located in Arizona (which has also been declared in a state of emergency) we have decided to comply with the American Dental Association and stop all elective dental treatment (such as, braces, cleanings, fillings, crowns, etc.) and only attend patients for dental emergencies. Right now, most health care providers have taken the same measures and precautions.

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So, Should I go to the dentist when there are coronavirus cases everywhere?

The short answer is no, unless you are in pain. You should not seek dental treatment unless there is a dental emergency. If you had an important dental appointment scheduled with us or with any dental health professional, please contact us, or try contacting your dentist through phone, email and social media is also a great way to get a faster response. Do not go out during these critical times, since you can put your overall health in danger, and others that fall under the category of at-risk individuals. Follow all instructions given by your state and do not visit any dental office.

So, how can you take care of your dental health during quarantine?

  1. Keep up your regular dental health routine. A healthy dental health routine includes brushing 3 times daily and flossing at least once a day.
  2. Do not use tools that can build up bacteria or viruses such as tongue scrapers.
  3. Avoid doing activities that can lead to dental damage.
  4. Avoid abusing foods and substances that can damage or corrode your teeth such as:
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Tobacco
  • Sweets
  • Etc.

In conclusion, pay close attention to your dental health. Any accident could leave you with damaged teeth for some time until social distancing is lifted, and you can get proper dental assistance.

Other general tips for the Coronavirus outbreak, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), are the following

  • Wash your hands frequently: Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
  • Maintain social distancing: Maintain at least 1-meter (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
tips for the Coronavirus outbreak
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Practice respiratory hygiene: Make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.
  • If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early: Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance. Follow the directions of your local health authority.
  • Stay informed and follow advice given by your healthcare provider: Stay informed on the latest developments about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Follow advice given by your healthcare provider, your national and local public health authority or your employer on how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.

For any further information regarding Coronavirus updates, you can refer to the CDC webpage which is constantly being updated with helpful tips and important news. You can click here to be redirected to the CDC webpage.

At Somos Dental we have a team of great professionals! If you need to contact us for a dental emergency, you can do so through messenger on Facebook, phone or email. We have 5 locations throughout the Phoenix Metro Area and they are open for limited days and hours: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa and Camelback. Give us a call at 623-869-1091 if you have any questions.


How to take care after a tooth extraction

How to take care after a tooth extraction

Tooth extraction aftercare.

Healing properly after a tooth extraction depends on how well you stick to the routine given to you by your dentist. Maybe you got your wisdom teeth removed, maybe you got a tooth removed for a dental implant, or maybe you got several teeth extracted to start wearing braces. Now you’re asking yourself “How do I care for myself after a tooth extraction?”. Your dentist may have given you instructions on how to let your tooth wound scar over with minimal issues. However, you may still have some questions regarding the aftercare process. So, in this blog entry we will cover some frequently asked questions. The key to a successful recovery lies in taking care of clotting blood, keeping your mouth clean, and keeping the tooth socket food-free for the first few days after your extraction. Follow the next several tips to achieve a fast and healthy healing process.

Take care of the blood clot

The most important point to follow in the aftercare process is to preserve the blood clot that forms in the socket where the tooth used to be. Taking care of this blood clot can prevent any complications that can lead to serious setbacks such as infection and a dry socket. Taking care of the blood clot will also leave good tissue for a future dental implant.

Keep a soft diet after the procedure

Maintaining a soft food diet for the first week is common, especially after going through an extraction. If your dentist or orthodontist has asked you to keep a soft food diet, then this list will have foods that are acceptable. Procedures that require a soft food diet can include dental extractions, wisdom teeth extractions and other services offered at Somos Dental. This past Somos Dental post, can give you more information. Here is the list of soft foods:

  • Liquefied soups: A good way of staying hydrated after the dental procedure.
  • Broths: Like soups, broths are good to eat after a dental or orthodontic treatment. Broths are also a way to stay hydrated, which is important for proper recovery.
  • Ice cream: The cold helps with inflammation.
  • Puddings and jellies: These are low-sugar options to stay hydrated.

Keep good dental hygiene

A day after the extraction you can start brushing your teeth as usual. However, you will need to avoid the extraction area. Instead of brushing, rinsing with saline water will take care of the dental socket area’s health.

Do saline rinses


When the blood clot has formed, you will need to rinse your mouth with a warm saline solution. The saline solution will kill any bacteria that can complicate the aftercare process. You can make this solution yourself. Just add a pinch of salt to a cup of warm water (not too hot!). Rinse your mouth twice a day, this will help you recover correctly, which is necessary for any future dental implants.

These aftercare tips can be followed, after a tooth extraction or any other kind of dental treatment. If you notice any changes, have questions or wish to schedule an appointment with an oral health professional, call us at 623-869-1091.At Somos Dental we have a great team of professionals! You can contact us by any of the means listed on this page, or by visiting our locations. We are located in the following 4 locations: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa and Camelback.


8 tips to eliminate bad breath


Bad breath is not only an uncomfortable hygiene condition, but bad breath can actually be an indication of a much more severe problem in relation to your health. It can mean that something is not quite right with your body. Bad breath is not only generated in your mouth but originates from your stomach and throat as well. “How to eliminate bad breath” is one of the most searched topics regarding dental health and it is also a topic that generates a lot of misinformation. That is why we are discussing 8 tips to eliminate bad breath quickly and easily.

  1. Visit your dentist.

Although we do give you some tips to eliminate bad breath from home, visiting your dentist is always the best option. Your dentist can indicate the cause of your bad breath and can help eliminate the issue. At Somos dental, we have dentists in Mesa, Phoenix and other AZ locations. We have a dentist near you. Check out all our locations.

  • Do not damage your stomach.

Some say that their bad breath is just, because of their stomach. Yet, this is not always the case. A large part of bad breath that people think is caused by digestive problems, is actually due to poor diet, eating at inappropriate times and not staying hydrated. Although it is true that people suffering from gastritis, heartburn and reflux can also have trouble with bad breath. That is why you should try your best to eat at appropriate times, stay hydrated and seek the assessment of a doctor to see if bad breath is due to intestinal problems.

  • Drink water.

If a doctor already diagnosed stomach or intestinal issues as the origin of your bad breath then, we recommend drinking water frequently to avoid dehydration. This will help with the acidity levels in your stomach that cause bad breath.

  • Eat properly.

This doesn’t mean you have to stop eating certain foods altogether but limiting some foods can help. We know that a busy routine may not always give you the time to eat properly. If this is the case, you can always try to have a healthy snack in order to avoid excessive buildup of acids that cause bad breath.

  • Use antacids

As previously mentioned, bad breath can sometimes originate in the stomach. Using antacids can help control heartburn and improve bad breath.

Avoid eating very acidic foods.

If you suffer from heartburn, and this is the cause of your bad breath, you should stop consuming acidic foods and drinks. Among these are the following:

  • Cold Tea
  • Soft Drinks (Sodas)
  • Coffee
  • Dressings and Vinaigrettes

Consume more fibers.

Bad breath can also be due to nutritional issues. Consuming more fiber can help remove excess calcium in tonsils and level out acidity that adds to bad breath.

Use baking soda

This is a good tip if your bad breath originates in your mouth. Baking soda helps eliminate bacteria that produce acids and sulfur, which causes bad smells. You should add a small spoonful of baking soda with half a glass of water and rinse your mouth.

These were some tips on how to eliminate bad breath. If you have any further questions visit us at Somos Dental, we have 4 different locations: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa, and Camelback. Schedule an appointment at 623-869-1091.


Tips for brushing teeth with braces


One of the first questions people ask once they get braces is: “How do I brush my teeth with braces?”

Usually, an orthodontist will give you detailed instructions, but you may still have some doubts about how to brush your teeth with braces.

Braces are a type of orthodontic intervention, that helps correct alignment and occlusion issues. Once someone undergoes this type of orthodontic procedure, the brushing process will become more difficult than usual. Although, the difficulties of cleaning your teeth with orthodontic appliances can be challenging at the beginning, the benefits of braces far outweigh those difficulties.

There are plenty of instruments and brushes on the market for people who have braces. Of course, you can always sufficiently clean your teeth with a traditional toothbrush, but many of the products and instruments available can help make cleaning a bit easier. These products tend to save you time and effort. The only downside is the additional expense. In this blog post we will discuss hygiene techniques, with various instruments, that will help you achieve proper cleaning of your teeth and braces.

Traditional toothbrush

To clean your braces properly your toothbrush must have a small head and soft bristles. It is important that your toothbrush meets these characteristics, because you must be able to reach all areas without damaging the dental braking mechanisms and/or your gums.


Interdental brush

Interdental brushes are specifically designed to reach difficult areas that most traditional toothbrushes cannot. These brushes come in different sizes, depending on the size of your braces or the size of your teeth. They can be carried with you for any occasion, where you may need to remove food scraps from between your teeth or braces.



One of best habits when you have braces is, flossing. If you’ve never used dental floss to clean your teeth, you may find it difficult at first. Follow this link to see the proper way to clean your teeth with dental floss.


Sonic toothbrush

This type of toothbrush is relatively new to the market. It is a toothbrush that vibrates at a speed of 40,000 times per minute. This is a very practical way to brush your teeth when you have braces.


Oral irrigator

An oral irrigator is also an excellent option for someone with braces. As previously mentioned, flossing with braces can be difficult, this is an alternative to that issue. The oral irrigator covers both the functions of the interdental brush and dental floss, because it cleans both the back and the front of your teeth.


These dental care tips and instruments can help significantly while wearing braces. At Somos Dental our experts can help you with your dental health care as well.  Come visit us at any of our 4 locations: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa, and Camelback. You can also schedule an appointment by calling us at 623-869-1091. Don’t risk your health, call today!

DIY teeth cleaning and teeth whitening in just a few minutes?


Be careful!

We all want one of those enviable, white smiles that popular actors and actresses from Hollywood seem to have. However, we know that teeth whitening treatments can be expensive. This is the main reason that a lot of people rely on sketchy DIY videos and teeth whitening tips that can seriously and permanently damage their teeth. Here are some examples of dangerous phrases/tips:

  • DIY teeth cleaning hacks
  • DIY Teeth whitening tips
  • Tartar removal without going to the dentist
  • Cheap DIY teeth whitening tips
  • Etc.

Those titles may seem appealing and attractive especially to those who want fast results or to people who just don’t want to go to the dentist to get the proper teeth cleaning, teeth whitening, and tartar removal services. However, these DIY teeth cleaning and teeth whitening tips are usually offered by individuals who don’t have any kind of dental training. Generally, these are people who just want to write clickbait material to get money, while putting millions of people’s dental health in serious danger.


The main reason these kinds of videos, articles and posts are popular, comes down to the fact that they promise to offer the same results that you would get from professional teeth cleaning, tartar removal, or teeth whitening service. They try to make you believe that by using cheap ingredients that everyone has at their homes is the same as being in the exam chair. Some common ingredients for DIY teeth whitening procedures are:

  • Apple vinegar
  • Charcoal
  • Lemon juice
  • Baking soda
  • Diluted bleach

Dangers of going through DIY teeth cleaning procedures

Even though some of these ingredients don’t seem harmful at all, they can cause serious and even permanent damage to your dental health such as:

Slowly eroding your tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is the substance that covers your teeth and gives them their shiny white finish. The continuous (or even just a few times) exposure to these ingredients as prescribed in the average DIY teeth cleaning guide, can permanently damage your tooth enamel.

You can severely damage your gums. Since some, or even the mixture of these ingredients can result in a high-acid solution there is a good chance of gum swelling, damage to the gums, and even infection.

Increased risk of tooth sensitivity. The use of these substances can also irritate and damages your whole mouth, tooth sensitivity can start to become a problem.

Everyone should know the dangers of these so-called popular teeth cleaning, tartar removal, and teeth whitening DIY guides and tips. Don’t be fooled! And if you are looking for teeth whitening, tartar removal and teeth cleaning services, look no further than Somos Dental. We have a team of professionals with plenty of expertise. Contact us through any of the means listed on this page, or also by visiting our locations. We are located in the following 4 locations: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa and Camelback. Schedule an appointment right away by calling us at 623-869-1091.


Phoenix Dentist: 15 Reasons to Visit Somos Dental.


If you are considering getting a dental treatment and you normally go all the way to Mexico to get what you believe is going to be a cheaper treatment, you now have a better option! At Somos Dental we are known for our high-quality services and affordable prices. You can get the treatment you need in a prestigious dental clinic that has been recognized as one of the best in Arizona for many years. At Somos Dental we care about every single one of our patients, we don’t see them as merely another number. And just in case you’re not convinced here are 15 reasons to visit Somos Dental.

  1. Convenience, we have many different locations; all of which offer the same quality services: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa, and Camelback. It is very convenient to have a Dentist near you.
  2. First dental consult is free, we offer a free dental consult to all first time visitors, that way you can decide what’s the best option for your specific case and you also get an idea of approximate price for your treatment without any extra costs.
  3. Free X-Rays. We do not charge for any X-Rays you need; they are part of the treatment.
  4. Dentist in Phoenix. You get your entire treatment in the same dental office at any of our 4 locations, so there’s no bouncing around from office to office.
  5. Professional dentists with continued education. All our dentists take their continued education seriously. They are up to date with the newest techniques and materials in the industry.
  6. Affordable prices. At Somos Dental we have affordable treatments while assuring high-end quality in all our procedures.
  7. Cash discounts. We accept different forms of payment and if you pay in cash, we can offer you an additional discount to our already low prices.
  8. We listen to our patients. Some dental offices may not take a patient’s general information and dental history into consideration. Nor do they assess a patient’s perspective and needs. Once we make an initial assessment of all aspects, then we begin to discuss available treatments and options. At Somos Dental we listen to the most important part; you.
  9. Only the best materials and procedures. At Somos Dental we only use the best materials for our patients’ treatments. We continue to upgrade our tools and utensils in order to keep them up to date with the newest trends in the field. We have qualified providers and technicians who custom make every single piece that will use in your mouth.
  10. Clean and safe treatments. All of our equipment is properly sterilized, and the equipment we use for sterilization is constantly checked by an independent laboratory to ensure the cleanest experience available in a dental office.
  11. We work with insurance. At Somos Dental we work with many major insurance companies, so that you only have to worry about recuperating. 
  12. Convenient business days and hours. At Somos Dental we are open at convenient hours from Monday to Saturday, so that you can schedule an appointment that works with your availability.
  13. Friendly Staff. Each of our staff members loves their job, they will treat you like family!
  1. Immediate treatment. You won’t need to wait for days or even weeks to get your treatment scheduled. At Somos Dental we offer immediate service so you can get back to your daily routine faster.
  2. Complete mouth care. We offer complete mouth health care, so you can get all your treatments in one place.

These were 15 great reasons to visit us. At Somos Dental we are dental health care experts that will provide you with the best care. Come visit any of our 4 locations: Downtown, Desert Sky, Mesa, and Camelback or schedule an appointment by calling us at 623-869-1091. We look forward to seeing you!