To make an Appointment now, call:
Oakland General Dental: 510.535.4450
Oakland Pedo-Dental: 510.434.5450 (Thurs + Fri Only)
Our services are open to everyone.
There are no residential, tribal or ethnic requirements for the use of the clinic. We accept Medi-Cal and Medicare.
We are here to help you determine how your healthcare needs can be met. Medi-Cal, private insurance and sliding fee scale of payments are accepted. Many people without insurance are eligible for programs that pay for their care. For further information, please contact our Eligibility Specialist at (510) 535-4406.
Types of Programs available
- Medical Managed Care
- Liberty Dental
- Child Health Disability Prevention Program
- Health PAC
- Alameda Alliance for Health
- Blue Cross
- Healthy Families
- We accept a variety of Dental Insurances
Our providers have dedicated their professional careers to provide the best dental care to all those in need and not simply to those who can afford it. They are continually educating themselves and their staff on the most recent techniques and approaches dentistry has to offer.
- Conservative fillings
- Tooth colored fillings
- Silver Fillings
- Stainless Steel Crowns
- Nitrous Oxide
- Space Maintainers
- Fluoride Varnishes
- Prize(s) at end of every visit
- Family specific patient education
- General dentistry for adults, children (0-18), pregnant teens, and women
- Digital X-rays (very low radiation)
- Emergency Services
- Patient education
- Crowns for Implants
- Full and Partial Dentures
- Root Canals
- Non-surgical Gum therapy (Periodontal therapy)
- Teeth whitening
- Sports Guards
- Night guards (Hard and Soft)
- Tempo Mandibular Disorder (TMD) Exams
- Orthodonics (Braces)
The dental clinic is CODA (Commision On Dental Accreditation) accredited and serves as a teaching facility for UCSF School of Dentistry, Lutheran Medical Center - Department of Dental Medicine, and Diablo Valley Collge Dental Hygiene Program.
Infant Oral Care Program (IOC)
This program is designed to see children from 0-5 years old. The sooner we examine a child, the more likelihood we have to prevent dental cavities. Our goal is to see the children by their first birthday, because "by year two, it's too late."