Complete dental care in Nipomo from Dr. Perry Patel means expert, empathetic and skilled attention to all of your dental needs. Whether you have a dental emergency or are looking for a dentist for lifetime care for yourself, your family and friends, Dr. Patel and his staff can help you achieve top dental health:
- Emergency care for new and regular patients, giving you relief from pain and inflammation
- Dental health consultation, examinations, cleanings and healthy gums and tongue
- Dental care for a lifetime, from babies to adults of all ages, including fillings and advanced dental procedures
- Brighter smiles with teeth whitening, veneers, bonding and more
- Restorative care providing implants, bridges, crowns, dentures and more
Dr. Patel and his staff offer their patients excellent procedural and cosmetic dental procedures based in the latest research and technologies. One of the foundations of Dr. Patel’s standard of service is personal attention to every detail of your dental health.
Living and raising his family on the Central Coast for more than 30 years, Dr. Patel is committed to the Central Coast communities. Continually improving skills through ongoing training and keeping on top of the latest research and technologies, Dr. Patel is committed to bringing the best dental care possible to Nipomo and the Central Coast. This commitment helps you maintain your teeth and gums, giving you the best oral health for years to come.
Nipomo is an unincorporated community in San Luis Obispo County. The population was 16,714 in the 2010 census. The GPS coordinates for Nipomo are: 35°1′48″N 120°29′24″W
The original inhabitants of Nipomo were the Chumash, who have lived in the area for more than 9,000 years. “Nipomo” is a Chumash word meaning “foot of the hill.” Rancho Nipomo was one of the first and largest of the Mexican land grants.
Things to do in Nipomo:
- Tour the Luffa Farm and learn all about these interesting gourds
- Hike the Nipomo Dunes
- Explore the Oso Flacco Natural Area
- Shop for antiques
The founder of present-day Nipomo, William G. Dana of Boston, was a sea captain. Dana's travels led him to California where he married Maria Josefa Carrillo of Santa Barbara. In 1837, the Mexican governor granted the 38,000-acre Rancho Nipomo to Captain Dana. The Dana Adobe, created in 1839, served as an important stop for travelers on between the missions in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara. The adobe was a stagecoach stop and became a mail stop for the first regular mail route in California. By the 1880s the Dana descendants had built homes on the ranch and formed a town and sold streets to the general public. The Pacific Coast Railway came to Nipomo in 1882. Trains ran through Nipomo until the 1930 and by the end of 1942 the tracks had been removed to support the World War II effort.
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