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18313 Bear Valley Road
Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 949-2241




Wheeler Dentistry-Your Hesperia Dentist

If you are looking for Hesperia dentistry, our office will make your smile our top priority. The team at Wheeler Dentistry has been creating beautiful smiles since 1987, and we consistently provide the highest standard of patient care. Dr. Kevin T. Wheeler (DDS) and Dr. Noel Ayala (DDS) work together to offer you so much more than the average dentist provides, and we are happy to treat both adults and children. 

Why Choose Wheeler Dentistry?

Our approach to dentistry makes us particularly suited to families.  Many dental practices only see children who are older than three, but our unique competence with young patients allows us to see any child over the age of one. We offer child oral sedation as needed, and we often see whole families who wish to have appointments for multiple family members at one particular appointment time. This combination of experience and convenience has led to many families returning to our office year after year.

Dependable Care and Oral Health Education

We firmly believe that friendly and thorough patient education is one of the key foundations of a good dental practice. As such, we emphasize the importance of one-on-one care and we always sit down with our patients in order to discuss all possible treatment options. We feel that patients should have the freedom to decide what is best for them, so we present the treatment risks, benefits and alternatives in order to facilitated informed decisions. Once a treatment process has been decided, we explain every stage and discuss what can be expected. Our goal is to work together to find the solution that is right for you.

Our office was created to provide a comfortable, welcoming environment, and we have equipped it with the most useful dental technology. Our digital x-rays aid us in patient diagnosis, and our soft tissue diode laser has extensive uses that range from periodontal therapy to uncovering un-erupted teeth.

Our Procedures and Services

You can think of us as a one- stop shop for Hesperia dentistry, as we rarely refer work elsewhere. We place and restore dental implants in our office, and we provide implant supported dentures (as well as partial dentures). We also offer opalescence take-home trays for teeth whitening, Invisalign for straightening teeth, as well as porcelain crowns and porcelain veneers. Outside of the realm of cosmetic dentistry, we perform routine examinations and cleanings, treat periodontal disease, and provide sealants that help to protect teeth from decay.

Dr. Kevin Wheeler is IV trained in sedation, and our entire team is compassionate and gentle in our approach to nervous patients.

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If you would like to make an appointment, call us today or use our online appointment request form. We look forward to meeting you and to giving you the personalized, comprehensive care you deserve.

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Wheeler Dentistry 

Kevin T. Wheeler DDS

 Noel Ayala DDS

18313 Bear Valley Road
Hesperia, CA 92345
Phone: (760) 949-2241
Fax: (760) 949-1756

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Kevin T. Wheeler DDS
Noel Ayala DDS
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Hesperia Dentist, Dr. Kevin Wheeler is dedicated to excellence in general dentistry such as cleanings, restorations, and maintenance.

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