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About Our Office For Helotes Residence

At Alamo Springs Dental, our goal is to provide a place where families and patients of all ages can feel right at home. Dr. Aiyana Anderson and Dr. Michele Moreno locally own and operate the practice, and along with the rest of our team, they’re focused on helping members of the Helotes community achieve the dental health and happiness they deserve.     

Always Mindful of Our Materials

As moms, Dr. Anderson and Dr. Moreno both understand how critical safety is when it comes to your loved ones. That’s why our office only relies on high-quality materials and products that have been well-tested and researched. Our digital X-ray system reduces a very minimal amount of radiation – only about the amount anyone would experience spending a day at the beach. Our sealants and toothbrushes are PBA-free, and our white filling material is BPA-free and gluten free.

We also consider being good to our environment a priority. That’s why our team always filters dental metal out of our waste products so that it stays out of the public water system.

Your Comfort Is Crucial

We always want to help you feel at ease here at our office. That’s why we provide several enjoyable amenities you can enjoy during your appointment, such as heated massage chairs, blankets, sedation options, and a fun selection of music, TV shows, and movies with wireless headphones!

Community Commitment

Our team strongly believes in being involved with our community; after all, we live here just like you do! We’re always looking for something new to support and/or participate in, so please recommend your school, sports team, local business, or fundraiser to us if you’re in need of a boost. Today, we’re involved with multiple schools and daycares, including Kids r Kids Daycare, Mireles Elementary, Scarborough Elementary, Folks Middle School, and Taft High School. We also do work with food banks in the area, and events that have to do with Alzheimer’s disease, oral cancer, and breast cancer are close to our hearts.