Keep your teeth looking and feeling their best for years to come with regular maintenance and preventative care. Brushing and flossing are wonderful, but they can only take you so far. Turn to Upland Dental Care today to get the deep clean and examination you need to keep your pearly whites in the best possible condition. Our dental team will help by staying on top of your dental health and providing the education you need to support the best dental hygiene practices for your entire family. 

Reliable Preventative Care

Upland Dental Care is proud to be the area’s top choice for our community’s oral health concerns and dental needs. Get rid of that pesky toothache or schedule a routine checkup by stopping by to meet with our staff. No matter what your goals are, we are here to give your teeth both relief and protection.

Even if you haven’t been to the dentist in years, we urge you to relax. Our team works hard to make all patients feel welcome and comfortable. With a judgment-free approach and the financial options that make our dental care affordable, we’ll determine which dental treatment is best for your needs.

We Are Here to Help

Our mission is to serve you in a way that makes you smile. From providing care to children to designing long-term treatment plans for seniors, we encourage the oral health of everyone in Upland and the surrounding areas. Join our family and introduce us to yours by scheduling your appointment today.


Good Oral Health Begins at Home

One thing you are sure to notice at your preventive dentistry appointment is that your dentist and hygienist will give you plenty of self dental care tips and reiterate the importance of good oral hygiene at home. It should come as no surprise that if your teeth cleaning was limited to twice a year, your teeth would surely rot. Good oral hygiene begins and is maintained at home. Some things you should do to promote a healthy smile include:

  • Brush your teeth twice daily with ADA approved toothpaste and a soft toothbrush. Ideally, before bed and upon waking up.
  • Floss once a day.
  • Use a sugar-free mouthwash.
  • Avoid processed sugar and acidic foods.
  • Avoid hard foods like candy.
  • Don’t use tobacco products.
  • Don’t bite your nails.
  • Don’t use your teeth to open packages.
  • Protect your teeth with a mouthguard at night if you grind your teeth or when playing contact sports.
  • Visit your dentist regularly.

If you do these simple things in addition to staying on top of your