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If you are in need of Dentist services in National City, CA, Beautiful Smiles Dental is here to serve you. Our office provides a variety of services, including Dental Implants, Sleep Apnea, Root Canal, and Dental Implants to our patients with care and expertise. Beautiful Smiles Dental has served many happy patients of the National City community. We hope to see you in our office soon!
National City is located in San Diego County, near the cities of Bonita, CA and Chula Vista, CA. The city is home to a variety of schools, including Sweetwater High, and colleges such as San Diego City College and Southwestern College. Patients of our practice can enjoy local attractions and activities in National City such as Pepper Park, Steal and Escape, and Westfield Plaza Bonita. After your appointment, grab a bite to eat at one of National City's many lively restaurants, including In-N-Out Burger or Napoleone's Pizza House.
I have been a patient of Dr Azar for 20 years, I will not allow anyone else to touch my teeth, her new clinic in National City is amazing, wonderful staff, and state of the art technology and equipment, to provide the best service, from diagnostics, to procedures or simple periodic maintenance checkups.
September 19, 2019
This dental facility has taken all precautionary measures to avoid COVID-19 contact within it. And, Dr. Azar and Angel Adrian are very professional in their performances.
February 13, 2021
I received excellent , painless care in a friendly, safe and very polite environment..Dr. Azar and her technicians ;are right up there ,among the best of the best in their profession.
January 10, 2021
Everyone in the office was very caring, understanding and patience with my needs. They went above and beyond to make me feel very comfortable especially Adrian and Dr. Azar.
December 23, 2020
Dentist and staff were very personable, professional and courteous. Tech said “thank you” repeatedly during X-rays.
December 20, 2020