If you are looking for a great place to smile look no further than the office of Dr. Rochelle Skinner.
Dr. Rochelle’s use of the latest technology and advanced family, cosmetic, and restorative dental techniques can help you and your family maintain a lifetime of healthy smiles. cosmetic, and restorative dental techniques can help you and your family maintain a lifetime of healthy smiles.Our office’s warm, relaxing atmosphere and friendly, knowledgeable team members will allow you to feel completely at ease. Please join us, we’ll give you something to smile about.
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Patient Dental Exam
- New patients save $95.00 on a comprehensive exam by the doctor, including needed x-rays.
Patient Dental Cleaning
- New patients save $40.00 on a professional dental hygienist cleaning. A new patient examination is required. Periodontal therapy requires an additional fee.
Children's Cleaning and Exam
- New patients 12 and under save $140.00 on a professional dental cleaning, fluoride treatment, needed bitewing x-rays, and a doctor's examination.
Comprehensive New Patient Exam
The minute you walk in the door, you will be welcomed by our friendly staff. You will then be accompanied to the treatment room where Dr. Skinner will complete your Comprehensive Examination, which will include …Read More
Who we are
smile at a time Dr. Skinner and her staff are professional, welcoming and intimate
with each visit making sure you feel right at home.
Smile Comfort Dental says it all in the name. A unique place where the latest in advanced dentistry combines with genuine friendliness and care. It’s the best of
both worlds and it really is something to smile about.
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