At Dr. Steven Toschi, DDS, the patient always comes first. We offer personalized treatment plans and do whatever we can to provide the best possible dental care. To exceed our patient’s expectations we put an emphasis on these areas:


We pride ourselves on having a state-of-the-art dental technologies including a CEREC – same day crown machine, practice implant dentistry and use dental soft tissue lasers. We focus on keeping our patients out of pain and offering conservative solutions.


Through our comprehensive exams, we look at the overall health of teeth and gums. Additionally, we always review the complete medical histories of our patients to identify things that could affect dental health.


So our patients can make informed decisions about their dental care, we try to be an excellent resource of information and treatment options. We are very knowledgeable and are always willing to listen and answer questions.


Because dentistry is constantly evolving, we are dedicated to staying current on the latest developments. We do this by regularly attending conventions and meetings covering the newest tools, techniques, and equipment. Dr. Toschi is also a member of several dental organizations, including the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the ADA, CDA, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and more, which allows us to stay up-to-date on the ever-changing world of dentistry.


To ensure that every visitor to our office is safe, we maintain the sterilization and cross contamination processes recommended by several health organizations, including the American Dental Association, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the Center for Disease Control.

Patient Experience

Above everything, we want you to enjoy your visit to our office. We have a fun and welcoming atmosphere that will make you feel at home. You can enjoy free WI-FI in the waiting room and we encourage you to use your iPads during treatments and procedures. We also use oral sedatives so you can have a completely relaxed experience.

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  • Dr.
    Steven Toschi

    Dr. Toschi's passion for dentistry began 25 years ago. As a graduate of Georgetown University School of Dentistry, he has dedicated his professional career to providing his patients with the absolute best that dentistry has to offer. He is constantly attending continuing education courses focusing on the rapidly evolving science of implant dentistry and cosmetic dentistry in order to bring his patients the latest technological advancements. He brings world-class dentistry to all of his patients.

  • Dr.
    Jeffery Toschi

    I hold a bachelor's degree in Public Health with a minor in Biology from Santa Clara University, where I developed a deep understanding of health systems and the importance of preventive care. Following my undergraduate studies, I earned my doctorate degree from Roseman University, as a Doctor of Dental Medicine.

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Steven Toschi, DDS


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


7:00 am-3:00 pm


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