- Our Practice
- Meet Dr. Mucci
- Jeanette McKinnon, RDH
- Office Policies
- In Office Financing
- Dental Insurance
- Dental Discount Plan
- Your First Appointment
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Restoration Dentistry
- Preventive Dental Care
- Gum Disease
- Placerville Braces
- Six Month Smiles
- About Invisalign
- Treatment Process
- Choosing Invisalign
- Invisalign FAQ
- Compared with Veneers
- Sleep Dentistry
- Oral Surgery
- Emergency Dentistry
Placerville is a beautiful place to live! With clean air, a lovely climate and room to roam, it allows those who call it home a healthy place to enjoy life. The Placerville Dental Group wants to be part of your healthy lifestyle. Excellent health goes beyond the air we breathe, the food we eat and the activities we share in – complete health and happiness includes great dental care. A healthy mouth, teeth and gums will allow you to fully enjoy this wonderful community.
The dentists and staff at the Placerville Dental group, invite you to read these pages of helpful information. Contained on this site is your roadmap to healthy teeth and a bright, happy smile. Starting with the basics of standard preventive care and discussing topics such as implant dentistry, TMJ treatment and cosmetic procedures, our aim is to answer your questions and ease your fears. We even offer free second opinions so that you can proceed with confidence on any recommended dental procedures.
Smile – first because you live in Placerville! And then smile because your life in the beautiful Sierra Nevada is ready to get even better with health care from the Placerville Dental Group.
699 Main Street, Suite B
Placerville, CA 95667
If you’ve lost one or more teeth, our Placerville dentists know you want them back. Dental implants turn back the clock for your mouth. Chew, talk and smile with brand new teeth!
Are there events you would rather just sleep through, like filing taxes, boring meetings, and dental visits? With sedation dentistry, our Placerville dentists can make your exam a snooze fest!
The Placerville Dental Group has presented many articles on the subject of oral piercings and the likely side effects that we see from such jewelry in our dental practice. Oral piercing may continue to be popular with some of our clients, but chipped teeth and …
Orofacial pain covers a number of different kinds of discomfort involving the head, face, jaw, neck and teeth. For example, misaligned or missing teeth cause the muscles around the mouth and jaw to work harder when chewing and swallowing. Clenching and grinding the teeth also …
With summer time there’s lots of bike riding, swimming and other activities that fill the long days before school starts again and fall brings fewer daylight hours. Summer days may be long on fun, but that extra time outdoors, engaging in sports or other activities, …
Many parents do not realize that even healthy food and drinks like milk, breast milk, formula and fruit juice have naturally occurring sugars that contribute to the tooth decay process. When children go to bed with a bottle containing milk or carry around a sippy …
The Placerville Dental Group believes that diet is important to having a healthy smile. That is why we encourage all our patients to eat a well-balanced diet for the best health and well-being. Sadly though, more than ten million Americans suffer from eating disorders like …
Coffee can be clear now? Yes, and it is advertised as a way to keep your smile white. The manufacturer says on their website: “CLEAR COFFEE is the first colorless coffee drink in the World…produced by methods which have never been used before….If you are …
Oral thrush is a problem that commonly affects babies, the elderly and people with compromised immune systems. It is not unusual, however, for clients with healthy immune systems to also develop this infection. Accumulation of the fungus Candida albicans on your tongue or the lining …
Can our Placerville dentists really help end snoring and reduce sleep apnea symptoms? We can and it’s easier than you think! When many people hear about sleep apnea, they immediately think of CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machines and sleeping with a mask the rest …