At Fountaingrove Dentistry, we are dedicated to improving the quality of patients’ lives by providing excellent dental care in a safe, comfortable and compassionate environment. Patients value and respect our effort, want the best treatment and are partners in their oral health. They show their satisfaction by referring their family and friends. Our exceptionally talented team members sincerely care about each patient and feel privileged to be a part of the practice.
NOTICE: In order to better serve our patients, we are currently not accepting new patients. Once our existing patients are caught up, we will have room for new patients again. This does not apply to specialty TMJ, Implant or Reconstruction patients. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 707-525-1500
At Fountaingrove Dentistry, our number one goal is to improve the quality of life for all our patients by providing the finest quality cosmetic, restorative, sedation and general dental care. We promise to help you maintain your dental health so your beautiful smile will last a lifetime. By proving our commitment and building lasting relationships based on mutual trust and respect, we know that our valued patients will help grow our practice with referrals throughout our wonderful Santa Rosa, CA community. Dr. Robert Erlach, Dr. Robert Didier and Dr. Heather Anderson look forward to fulfilling all your dental needs.
Our office is located at: 2305 A Mendocino Avenue Santa Rosa , CA 95403
Call us at: 707-525-1500
Dr. Erlach, Dr. Didier and Dr. Anderson have invested serious time and energy in the study of cosmetic dentistry and smile design. They are passionate about creating the most beautiful smile to enhance your appearance and personality. Our experience in cosmetic veneers exceeds 20 years.
Today's advanced techniques and materials can make a real difference, and the skill, experience and commitment of our practice— using a unique combination of science and artistry — can literally redesign your smile.
The dentists at Fountaingrove Dentistry can now correct a wide variety of so-called "permanent"