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10752 N 89th Pl #107, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
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Scottsdale Preventive Dentistry Helps You Maintain Great Oral Health

Woman eating a green appleFrom the moment you first visit the dental office of Alex Martin, DDS, our team will offer you comfortable, personalized care. Our general dental office believes contemporary dentistry shouldn't involve pain. That's why we give our patients flavored topical nitrous oxide and oral sedation to reduce anxiety and discomfort. Your initial visit will include a complete examination with a bite analysis, periodontal assessment, and tooth-by-tooth inspection. Dr. Martin will review his findings with you, explain the treatment, and answer any questions so that you can feel confident and secure in the dental care you receive. Contact our Scottsdale, AZ dental office today to schedule an appointment!

We also believe general dentistry forms a solid foundation that allows patients to avoid oral health problems, which is why we excel in preventive care. Whether you need a simple cleaning or have dental health concerns to address, we can help. Dr. Martin screens patients with a state-of-the-art intraoral camera for a close-up look at teeth and gums to identify oral health problems like gum disease and tooth decay in their earliest stages. We’ll provide patient education, home hygiene tips, and the care you need to enjoy a healthy smile for years to come. Our available services for patients from Fountain Hills, AZ and surrounding areas include:


Do you routinely grind and clench your teeth? This condition is known as bruxism, and countless patients struggle with its consequences every day, which can include painful headaches and tooth wear. Thankfully, Dr. Martin may be able to provide relief with a custom oral appliance known as a nightguard. Bruxism typically occurs while patients sleep, and by wearing this device through the night, it’s easier to protect one’s smile and avoid harmful effects during this period, resulting in much more peaceful rest.