Complete Dental Health
General and Cosmetic Dentistry in Hillcrest
Proudly Serving San Diego
Welcome - we are so happy you landed on our site! If you are looking for a new dentist in San Diego, breathe a sigh of relief and let us end your search.
Conveniently located in Hillcrest with lots of free parking onsite, here at Complete Dental Health we will care for you from the moment you arrive.
Our friendly staff will listen to you, learn about your interests, needs, concerns, and fears. We offer amenities for your comfort and to brighten your day. Hospitality is as much a passion and a part of our culture as dentistry.
We have what it takes to deliver excellence in dentistry: Dr. Tim Collins is a third-generation family dentist with over 20 years of experience in general, preventive, and cosmetic dentistry in San Diego.
You can rest assured that we will take care of you. Please do not take our word for it; please contact our office today and let us show you the extraordinary difference when experience and caring come together. We would love to see you!
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Meet Hillcrest Dentist Dr. Tim Collins, DDS
Dr. Collins practice is focused on advanced restorative, cosmetic and sedation dentistry, Invisalign orthodontics, implant dentistry, and NTI appliances for the reduction of head, neck, and facial pain. (read more...)
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Find our Dental Office in Hillcrest
(San Diego, CA)
We're on the Corner of Front St. & Robinson Ave.
3808 Front Street
San Diego, CA 92103
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by Hillcrest/San Diego Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Tim Collins, DDS
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The Latest From Our Blog
September 26, 2014
My Invisalign Diary Hi Everyone, So I decided to get on the bandwagon and start Invisalign! I’ll be writing a few entries throughout my experience in my Invisalign Diary, for those interested in the Invisalign process.
August 25, 2014
Here’s a novel thought: what if you never had to pay for dental insurance again? Instead of paying money for dental insurance that oftentimes barely helps cover your dental needs, why not create a savings account for your dental needs? Yes, you can create your own dental insurance. Here’s how:
May 30, 2014
Let’s begin with an activity: bite your teeth together and squeeze—I mean, really bite down as hard as you can—for about 10 seconds.
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