• Our Caring Staff
  • Our Caring Staff

Your comfort is our goal

Dr. Marcia Blazer specializes in cosmetic and family dentistry in Scottsdale, Arizona. We hope that your time spent on our web site will inform you about our practice and caring staff. We believe that making your smile the best that it can be will go a long way towards improving your quality of life. A beautiful smile builds confidence, and healthy teeth and gums improve your overall health. Our goal is to help you preserve your natural teeth for life, and maintain your oral health at an optimum level.

What our patients say

  • It is always nice to come into the office and be acknowledged. Everyone knows my name and is familiar with me and says hello when I arrive. I never hate going to the dentist Even though it is a 30 minute drive now to get to the office (because I have a new job) it doesn’t even matter because I couldn’t be happier with my dentist and her ENTIRE staff.

    Liz,

  • Dr. Blazer and her staff were very professional during my visit a weeks ago. I had some acute discomfort and Dr. Blazer examined me and recommended a course of treatment. Within a week i was feeling much better. Dr. Blazer even called me a day after my exam to be certain I was doing Ok. I appreciate all Dr. Blazer and her staff did for me.

    Rick,

  • After dreading & waiting for months to go to the dentist, I was thoroughly impressed and glad that I chose Dr. Blazer! My husband said it was the first time he’s every seen me smiling as I walked out of the dentist. Amy (Hygenist) eased my concerns and worries, and Dr Blazer was equally wonderful! Thankful to have found this group!!!! Highly recommend.

    Cassy,

  • As always I had a great experience at Dr. Blazer's office. It is weird to say that I enjoyed a visit to the dentist's office, but I did. Excellent and friendly staff as always and I was pleased to work with Flora for the first time. She was professional and funny.

    Jeffrey,

  • I always look forward to my visit! Now, how many people can say that about going to the dentist? Everyone is so friendly, know you by first name, and they maintain an incredible professionalism. Whether it is a cleaning or a crown, I always feel I am in the best hands! I would recommend in a heartbeat, and have!

    Ann,

Why Your Dental Health is Important

Did you know that we can avoid serious health problems by paying attention to our dental health? This does not only include teeth and gums - it affects the way we eat, speak, and smile, and our overall health.

Health Your mouth is the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. Brushing, flossing, and mouthwash keeps bacteria in check. However, an overgrowth can cause multiple health issues if spread through your bloodstream, such as:

  • Cardiovascular disease: clogged arteries, stroke
  • Osteoporosis: brittle, weak bones
  • Pregnancy: premature birth, low birth weight
  • Diabetes: gum disease

Prevention of Tooth Decay and Gum Disease Bacteria in your mouth can lead to decayed teeth, infections, and gum disease. Plaque buildup can destroy your teeth if not regularly removed. Periodontitis is a serious gum disease that lowers the immune system's ability to fight off infection. Brush your teeth with a fluoridated toothpaste, floss, limit sugar intake, replace your toothbrush every 3 months, and visit your dentist for regular cleanings. Cavities, enamel erosion, teeth grinding, and gingivitis should be promptly taken care of.

Cosmetic Missing, decayed, broken or chipped teeth may affect your appearance or speech, or cause low self-esteem. Dingy, stained teeth can be whitened by toothpastes or rinses, home kits, or professional whitening. Caps, veneers, and implants can be costly, but prevent further damage to a tooth. Tongue or lip piercings can become infected.

Nutrition Our teeth, mouth, and tongue help us chew and swallow food. Sugar, soft drinks, citrus fruits, and sticky foods that cling to the teeth promote tooth decay, while foods such as hard cheeses and foods that contain calcium, sugar free gum, and artificial sweeteners protect the teeth.

Starting proper dental hygiene early, regular dental checkups, proper nutrition, and home care will help keep a healthy smile and could even extend your life!