As a trusted, long-term member of the Windsor community, Scott Family Dental offers a broad range of dental services for individuals age 3 and up. We serve many families with needs ranging from children’s check-ups to major restorative work for elderly adults. Our skilled dentists and dental hygienists can address nearly any dental issue, large or small.
Chances are we already treat your neighbors. We have more than 25 years of experience serving thousands of patients in the community. Some of our families have been with us since the very beginning of our practice. Our friendly dental team has worked together for a long time.
From the front desk to the dental chair, you receive the high-quality dental care you deserve. We make your dental visits as pleasant as possible. Our goal is to have a lasting relationship built on trust, confidence, and care with each of our patients.
No need to miss work or school to see the dentist.
We designed our office hours with you in mind. Four days a week we open at 6:00am for early risers who like to have their appointments before the day gets busy. On three other days we have appointments available in the evening. Schedule your appointments at a time that works for you by calling our office or using our online form.
Our friendly bilingual staff makes visits comfortable for all our patients.
Dr. Steven Scott, DDS
Windsor Dentist | Scott Family Dental | 707-838-2559
173 Johnson St.
Windsor, CA 95492
"They make you feel so welcomed. I consider them all friends. I will and do recommend this office to family and friends."
Linda Roylance / Windsor, CA
They make you feel so welcomed. I consider them all friends. I will and do recommend this office to family and friends.
Linda Roylance / Windsor, CA
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We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Call us at 707-838-2559 or click the link below to schedule an appointment today!
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