Highgrove Dental Care
A Great Dentist
  • Dental Office St. Paul MN

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Welcome to Our Practice

We feature pain-free and sedation dentistry to make your patient experience comfortable and relaxed. Even if you have had difficulty getting and staying numb or you have some catching up to do when it comes to your dentistry, we can help you achieve and maintain excellent oral health. We look forward to welcoming your entire family to our Saint Paul, MN dental office.

Dr. O'Neill

With over thirty years of experience, Dr. O'Neill offers high-quality, reliable results to our patients seeking general, cosmetic, and emergency dentistry. Our entire team is committed to providing you with an outstanding experience consistently.


"Dr. O'Neill is a perfectionist! He knows the latest techniques and has the most updated equipment. He is very thorough in his assessments and is knowledgeable. I highly recommend him. Great, friendly staff. Very professional." - Mary Dunnavan

What happens if I skip my dental exams?

When life gets busy, and your to-do list gets long, you might feel tempted to skip your routine dental exams. While missing one exam in your life probably won’t have a detrimental effect on your long-term oral health, ignoring preventive dental appointments is a sure-fire way to get on the path that leads to tooth decay and gum disease.

When you regularly skip dental exams or only visit your St. Paul, MN dentist every few years, you dramatically increase your chances of developing cavities and needing expensive and invasive dental work down the road. 

You should always visit your dentist at least every six months for a standard teeth cleaning and exam. These dental appointments are crucial because they give us the chance to clean your teeth and remove tartar from around your gum line. No matter how well you brush and floss your teeth at home, there are some amounts of bacteria that only professional dental instruments can remove. 

Additionally, when you attend your dental exams in St. Paul, you can have updated x-rays and imaging taken of your teeth. This helps us detect cavities while they’re still small and highly treatable. The more often you visit us for preventive dentistry services like this, the better your teeth will be. 

If it’s been longer than six months since your last dental exam, give us a call today to schedule a visit!

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