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As Oral-Systemic Specialists, our Vision is to co-create an individualized wellness plan for every one of our patients that focuses on optimal oral health. In order to achieve this goal, individualized systemic health concerns are considered and addressed and considered in this plan.

Our purpose is to create a community of healthy, educated, and empowered patients and their families.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Dr. Mazzei has always found ways for me to keep my teeth even with many illnesses. She finds time even on her day off, plus my whole family attends her office as we love her staff and always feel welcomed."
    John R. - Submitted 05/24/18
  • "Dr. Mazzei is by far the best dentist I have ever had. I have had multiple restorations, crowns and veneers done throughout my life and I have never had a better experience then when I go to her office. Her and her staff are always very friendly and they truly care about my health and well-being. I will gladly drive 40 minutes to her office and pass up many other dentists because of the care I receive from her and her team."
    Andrew M - Submitted 05/17/18
  • "Dr. Mazzei is awesome! Not only is she very knowledgeable, she is also such a genuine caring person. You know you are in good hands with her and all of the staff. I used to hate going to the dentist but Dr. Mazzei makes me really comfortable and relaxed. So happy to have found her!!!"
    Tanya C. - Submitted 09/25/18

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