At Thousand Oaks Dental, we practice all aspects of general dentistry and can provide you with the service you need to obtain great oral health. We want to be your go to dentist in San Antonio, Texas, and someone that you can go to and trust for all your general dentistry needs. We provide a wide range of dental services that are often termed general dentistry. These include regular checkups and assessments, fillings, crowns, root canals extractions and many others. However, what sets us apart at Thousand Oaks Dental, is our experience and our passion for customer service and a comfortable dentist experience.

We believe our team has the expertise to give you the best general dentistry care in San Antonio, Texas. We pride ourselves on what we do and especially how we focus on making sure our patients have the best experience possible. We don’t want the dentist office to be a dreaded necessity. Instead, we want your dentist experience to be a pleasant one where you feel that we understand your needs and communicate with you to help you get the dental care that you need to invest in your overall health. Dental work is an investment in your lifelong health and affects every part of your life. We want to help you make the most of that investment.

To learn more about our general dentistry services and our unique approach to our general dentistry, feel free to check out the video to the left. In this short video, Dr. Precious Thompson talks about her approach to general dentistry, which is focused on patient comfort, honest and open communication, and affordability.

At Thousand Oaks Dental, we offer many different general dentistry services. Some of our top services include dental fillings, dental crowns, root canals, tooth extraction and sleep apnea treatment. Feel free to read below to learn more about each of these services or give us a call at our office with additional questions. We would love to answer your questions and help you get the dental care you need to improve your dental and overall health.

Dental Fillings

If you have a small cavity, we treat the tooth by removing the decayed part of the tooth and replace it with composite, a white “tooth colored” filling, to restore it to it’s natural form and function. This prevents further decay and helps avoid a root canal, crown, or tooth extraction.

Dental Crowns

When a over half of the tooth structure has broken off, is destroyed by a cavity, has fractures, or following a root canal, a simple filling will increase the chance of breakage, so a dental crown is the necessary treatment to make the tooth stronger.

Root Canal

If a cavity grows deep into the nerve of the tooth, the nerve can get infected and root canal therapy is necessary to make the tooth healthy and pain free again. Root canals have a reputation for being painful, but they can be pain free and can take care of the pain right away.

Tooth Extraction

Our preference is always to save a tooth, but if a tooth is severely decayed, has severe gum infection, or broken beyond repair, a tooth extraction is the only treatment option. We make it as painless as possible.

Sleep Apnea

A good night’s sleep is essential when it comes to maintaining good health. Many people are not getting their fair share of sleep due to a condition known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea which leads to a reduction in airflow to the respiratory system.