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I Am A New Patient
Why We Are Different

Our team at Marin Center for Aesthetic Dentistry is fully committed to every patient that comes into our office for general, cosmetic, pediatric or restorative dentistry. Our office is conveniently located in San Rafael. Our entire team is dedicated in helping you keep your teeth and gums their healthiest and your entire smile looking its best! In our office, you become a part of our family and every time you come into our office, you'll know what it feels like to receive great personalized dentistry in a comfortable atmosphere and where everyone knows your name and dental history.

If you are in need of a new dentist, no matter what the reason, the dental office of Marin Center for Aesthetic Dentistry would love to see you come in for a dental visit. Request an appointment through our website or call our office directly at (415) 485-1800 to get set up with an appointment time and date to come in to our office for a dental visit. A brand new way of experiencing dentistry is just a click or call away!

  • BreAunna C
    12/31/1969
    ★★★★★
    Loved my hygienist, she was bubbly and friendly . She wasn't rough , and cared about me being comfortable! I don't want to get her name wrong cus we were joking about her being called Sophia ! But she was totally awesome ! Loved it and I would definitly recommend ! I think her name was Sheryl!
    Patient Review From Demandforce Demandforce Review
Your First Visit
Your First Visit

New patients receive a comprehensive examination which includes a screening for oral cancer, gum and bone disease, blood pressure and systemic disorders. A routine oral exam is performed on established patients to determine any changes in dental and health status since the previous visit. Your gum tissue is measured with a fine instrument ruler to calibrate in millimeters pocket depth between the tooth and the connective gum tissue around the tooth. Pocket depths more than 4 millimeters could indicate disease and infection. The deeper the pocket, the greater the extent plaque bacteria collects and infection in gum disease develops. X-rays are taken as needed. Tooth scaling and root planing occur as needed. Routine cleanings also include a professional polishing (Prophy) that removes only the soft sticky plaque that is above the gum line.

Patient Forms
Patient Forms

To continue making your dental experience pleasant, we have conveniently provided our dental forms below, so that you can fill them out in the comfort of your home and bring them into the office with you.


Patient Information (English)
Información del paciente (en español)
Medical History (English)
Historia médica del paciente (en español)

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