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Dentist Appointment

Dental services the way it should be.

Here at BELLA VIDA DENTAL, we see you as so much more than simply a smile. You are a whole person with unique needs, hopes, and dreams. We love that! And we get excited whenever we have the opportunity to meet new Tucson neighbors and earn the right to call them friends.

Convenience and Experience.

About Bella Vida Dental

What really sets us apart is our convenience and experience. We are proud to say we have a combined 46 years of experience in the dental community with lots of experience and continued education.



  • Bottled water, tea, coffee, and light snacks in the reception area

  • Neck pillows

  • Cozy blankets

  • Music of your choice or TV, Netflix, or movies

  • Hot towels after treatment

  • Weekend hours

  • A gentle, compassionate approach

  • Focused attention to detail

  • Sedation Dentistry

  • Nitrous oxide to help you relax

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bedside manner

Patient-centered philosophy approach

oral health objectives

 no drill and fill!

High tech equipment

Environment friendly

Customer-centered wow factor

Spa-like environment and amenities

Environmentally-friendly eco practice 


Our Clinic

waiting room at Bella Vida Dental

Our Team.

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  • Do I need to arrive early for my first appointment?
    Yes. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out any remaining patient forms.
  • What should I do if I require premedication?
    Please be sure to request a prescription prior to your appointment, or if you are unsure, contact us and we can help.
  • What do I need to bring to my first appointment?
    Please bring the following items with you to your appointment: Patient Information Form Dental Insurance Card (if applicable) Identification such as Driver's License, Military ID or State ID Patient Health History Form HIPAA Consent Form Patient Authorization Form
  • How long will my first appointment last?
    It varies, but please plan on 1 to 1.5 hours for the first visit.
  • Are you accepting new patients?
    Yes, we are currently accepting new patients. You may book an appointment by: using the book appointment link at the top of the page or calling us at 520-333-3488 . If it’s outside of office hours, leave a message and we will ring you during office hours to schedule your visit.
  • Can i pay in cash?
    Of course! You can find more financial information on our resources page including some promotional offers.
    Yes, if you call on a day we are open, we will do everything we can to see you the same day. If we cannot treat your specific emergency, we will get you to a provider who can help– as we work closely with specialists in the Tuscon AZ area.
    Please call us at the office as soon as possible to cancel and reschedule your appointment. Please let us know no later than 24 hours prior to your appointment. Your appointment is reserved for you and no one else–we respect your time, and request the same in return. In the event of a cancellation within 24 hours of your appointment, you will be responsible for a $75 missed appointment fee.
  • What are All-On-4 Dental Implants?
    All-on-4 dental implants aredental implants that replace an entire arch of teeth. However, you will not need an implant for each missing tooth. This restorative solution is ideal for individuals missing a whole row of teeth on their top or bottom jaw. Rather than replacing each one, we can insert four titanium posts into your jaw to serve as anchors for a complete set of teeth. This technique ensures your artificial teeth will remain firmly in place. Over time, the posts will fuse to living bone and create a strong, long-lasting foundation for your realistic-looking, functional tooth
  • What are the benefits of All-on-4?
    All-on-4 dental implants were conceived in the 1990s and have grown in popularity ever since. They are a cost-effective, permanent solution for people who need to replace an entire row of teeth. Along with being an efficient and permanent solution to your dental issues, the all-on-4 dental implants procedure prevents future bone loss in the jaw. By preserving the existing bone, you can maintain your facial structure and improve your oral health. Improving your smile can profoundly impact your sense of self and overall confidence. We aim to help patients smile wider and brighter without worrying about any issues with their new teeth. Dentures and partials are non-permanent solutions, this treatment option appeals to people who don't want to manually remove their set nightly or worry about it slipping out at an inopportune time. Among the benefits of all-on-4 dental implants are: Preservation of existing bone Improved oral health Improved self-esteem Beautiful appearance Convenience
  • Why should I go to the dentist regularly?
    Many people do not see a dentist on a regular basis. They only go when they have a problem. This is known as "crisis treatment" versus "preventive treatment." While these patients may feel they are saving money, it often ends up costing much more in dollars and time. This is because many dental problems do not have symptoms until they reach the advanced stages of the disease process. An example is tooth decay. It is typical to hear, "Nothing hurts... I don't have any problems." Tooth decay often does not hurt until it gets close to the nerve of the tooth. It is not uncommon to see a patient with a huge cavity who has never felt a thing. The dentist can usually detect a cavity 3-4 years before it develops any symptoms. This early detection can help you prevent root canal treatment.
  • How can I get my kids to brush their teeth?
    Make it fun! If you are enthusiastic about brushing your teeth, your children will also be enthusiastic. Children want to do the things their parents do. If your children see you brushing your teeth and displaying good dental habits, they will follow. Ask the dentist for other creative ways to get children to brush their teeth. Getting your children to brush starts with taking them to the dentist at an early age. All children should be seen by their first birthday or 6 months after the eruption of the first tooth.
  • How can I prevent cavities?
    Always spend two to three minutes brushing your teeth. It takes that long to get rid of the bacteria that destroy tooth enamel. Do not brush too hard. It takes very little pressure to remove bacteria and plaque. Floss at least once a day. Flossing is the only way to get bacteria from between your teeth. Watch the sugar you eat. There is sugar in candy, fruits, crackers and chips. These are the foods that the bacteria in your mouth like best. Be mindful of foods like raisins and peanut butter that stick to your teeth. They can provide a constant supply for the bacteria eating into your teeth. Try to minimize the times during the day when sweet items are eaten and brush your teeth afterwards. If you cannot brush after a meal, rinse your mouth with water - which can help to remove food from your teeth. Chewing sugarless gum after a meal can also help. Chewing deskulates the flow of your saliva which acts as a natural plaque-fighting substance. And do not forget your regular dental visits. Good dental habits will go a long way toward a no-cavity visit.
  • What is fluoride and why is it important to dental health?
    Fluoride is a mineral that occurs naturally in many foods and in water. Some natural sources of fluoride are brewed tea, canned fish, cooked kale and spinach, apples, and skim milk. Some city water contains fluoride, so by drinking tap water you will acquire fluoride. If drinking water does not have fluoride, supplements are available. The lack of exposure to fluoride places individuals of any age at risk for dental decay. Fluoride is important to dental health because it helps prevent tooth decay by making your tooth enamel more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria in your mouth. Studies have shown that children who consumed fluoridated water from birth had less dental decay. Fluoride can reverse early decay and help prevent osteoporosis, a disease that causes degenerative bone loss. Talk to your dentist or dental hygienist about whether you're getting the daily amount of fluoride you need.
  • I knocked out a tooth, can it be saved?
    Oral injuries are often painful, and should be treated by a dentist as soon as possible. If you have knocked out a tooth, these tips may be able to save it: Rinse, do not scrub, the tooth to remove dirt or debris Place the clean tooth in your mouth between your cheek and gum or under your tongue Do not attempt to replace the tooth into the socket as this could cause further damage Get to the dentist. Successful re-implantation is possible only when treatment is performed promptly If it is not possible to store the tooth in the mouth of the injured person, wrap the tooth in a clean cloth or gauze and immerse it in milk.
  • How long will the results of teeth whitening last?
    Like other investments, if you whiten your teeth, the length of time you can expect it to last will vary. If you smoke, drink red wine or coffee, or consume other acid-containing foods, your bright smile may begin to yellow more quickly than you expect. In general, a teeth whitening procedure can last up to a few years. And even though the results can fade, occasional touch-ups can be done to regain luster. Ask the experienced staff at Mountain Dental about the long-term benefits of teeth whitening.
  • I have dentures. Is it necessary for me to still see my dentist?
    Visits to the dentist include more than just "checking teeth." While patients who wear dentures no longer have to worry about dental decay, they may have concerns with ill fitting appliances or mouth sores to name a few. Annual visits to the dentist (or sooner if soreness is present) is recommended. During these visits, an oral cancer screening and head and neck exam will be performed as well as an evaluation of the fit or need for replacement of the existing appliances. Regular visits can help you to avoid more complicated problems down the road.
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