Craig W Conrow DDS is the Top Dentist in Palm Desert – Press Release

Craig W Conrow DDS is the Top Dentist in Palm Desert

Palm Desert, CA – Craig W Conrow DDS dental practice has been addressing the oral healthcare needs of California residents, especially those in Palm Desert for several years. The dental practice is on a mission to reinvent the experience traditionally associated with “the dentist” by offering a pain-free approach to dental care and treatment.

At Craig W Conrow DDS, dental patients will find that they are being treated to the very best dental procedures while maintaining the highest possible treatment and health standards.

New and existing patients at the dental practice are promised the very best dental experience, one that features the very best dental team, the latest dental technologies as well as cutting-edge dental procedures.

Welcoming new patients into the dental practice, the owner and dentist at Craig W Conrow DDS said: “We’re so pleased to have you as a new patient and look forward to enhancing your smile and well-being. First-class permeates my office. You’ll begin to sense the difference the minute you arrive and be amazed at the things we can do together – comfortably and affordably. It’s natural to question if there really is a difference between dentists and whether this new relationship will actually improve the quality of your life in some way. I wholeheartedly believe it will. Expect to benefit from the latest research and technological advances, enjoy the most aesthetically pleasing results, and feel confident that I provide superior dental care with a unique, warm style of personal service.”

Patients at the Palm Desert Dentist office can rest assured that all of their oral health and dental needs will be addressed at Craig W Conrow DDS. The dental practice offers a range of dental procedures including general dentistry and preventive dental services aimed at keeping the natural teeth strong and in good health.

Patients who come into the practice can also rest assured that all of their cosmetic dental care and treatment needs will be addressed head-on. The dental team at Craig W Conrow DDS ensures that patients are provided with cosmetic dentistry procedures like metal-free restorations, smile design, professional teeth whitening, porcelain crowns, porcelain veneers, and composite resin fillings, all under one roof.

The amazing dental team at Craig W Conrow DDS also offers implant dentistry solutions to patients who have lost one or more of their teeth due to physical trauma, dental disease, or a genetic predisposition to gum disease. Craig W Conrow DDS and its dental team address the needs of patients who have all of their teeth missing, those who have one tooth missing, as well as those with several teeth missing. The dental team also offers Teeth in An Hour service to address lost tooth issues.

Interested in a reconstructive dental procedure? Craig W Conrow DDS offers the best reconstructive dentistry solutions in and around Palm Desert, CA.

Get started on a path to complete oral health and wellness with Craig W Conrow DDS. Visit the dental practice at 73993 CA-111 #200, Palm Desert, CA, 92260, or call

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Meet Your Neighbor profile of Palm Beach dentist Dr. Mitchell Josephs

Faran Fagen
 |  Special to The Palm Beach Post

Dr. Mitchell Josephs wants you to know that dentists can be funny and have other interests in addition to teeth.

“Movies and TV have portrayed dentists as weirdo nerds or psychos like Steve Martin in ‘Little Shop of Horrors,’” Josephs said. “Some of us are quite cool. I know dentist body builders, pilots, surfers, musicians and actors.”

A new book by Josephs, a longtime Palm Beach Implant and Reconstructive Dentist, is getting plenty of bites across the country.

Titled “More Tooth Talk! What Educated Patients Need to Know About 21st Century Dental Treatment,” the book is a sequel to his first book, “Tooth Talk!” 

It’s a compilation of 16 years of writing his weekly “Ask the Dentist” column in the Palm Beach Post Accent section. Josephs is the first and only Implant, Cosmetic and General dentist on Staff at JFK medical center since the hospital was built. He once took a tooth out of a patient in the operating room while the patient was getting a rectal biopsy.

Josephs, 57, has lived in West Palm Beach since 1992, and has practiced on the island of Palm Beach since then. He grew up in Long Island, N.Y., and Manhattan.

Josephs has been practicing dentistry for three decades and has found that people are intrigued by all the things that go on inside their mouths day-to-day, during a toothache and especially in the dental chair. “More Tooth Talk!” is a literal oral history of the most interesting cases he has seen in Palm Beach, each with insight that will aid oral health as well.

 “A smile is the best thing you can wear, so it’s important to take proper care of your teeth,” said Josephs. “We all know that seeing your dentist regularly, brushing and flossing your teeth daily will keep your teeth healthy, and ‘More Tooth Talk!’ offers real-life stories plus tips and tricks to keeping a fresh, clean and healthy smile.”

Josephs’ local charitable work includes Jewish Family Services of Palm Beach County, the Palm Beach Synagogue, and donations to Casa Shalom, an underprivileged school in Guatemala.

His wife of 29 years, Aileen, an immigration attorney, heads this last effort. Their son, Dr. Jonathan Josephs, is 26 and doing his dental residency program at Columbia Presbyterian.

“More Tooth Talk!” is available for purchase on Amazon and other book retailers. To learn more about Dr. Mitchell Josephs , visit palmbeachdentist.com.

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Who is your hero? Several. Music: Neil Young. Sports: the late Ayerton Senna, Formula 1 driver who was killed in 1994 at Imola Italy. Actor: Sasha Baron Cohen. Author: Malcom Gladwell.

What is your favorite movie? “Apocalypse Now.”

What are your hobbies? Car collector, racer in training at PBIR (Moroso Racetrack), and stand-up comedy. I play my guitars, mostly heavy metal instrumentals (I admit, I am stuck in the 80s; God bless and RIP Eddie Van Halen).

What do you do to get away or take a break? I play my

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CSUSB Palm Desert Street Medicine Program Receives $50K Grant

Press release from CSUSB Palm Desert:

Nov. 23, 2020

The Desert Healthcare District & Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant to the Cal State San Bernardino Palm Desert Campus to support its Street Medicine program.

Grant funds will be used to improve access to healthcare for traditionally underserved populations, increase mobile medical clinics, improve health-related infrastructure in the Coachella Valley and strengthen engagement of nurses and nursing students with the homeless, unsheltered and vulnerable populations in the Coachella Valley.

The Street Medicine program is a collaborative partnership between the CSUSB Department of Nursing at the Palm Desert Campus; the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine; Desert Regional Medical Center; Well in the Desert; and the Coachella Valley Volunteers in Medicine.

“The funds from the Desert Healthcare District & Foundation will provide support for us to continue our efforts to grow our Street Medicine program,” said Diane Vines, street medicine program coordinator and CSUSB nursing faculty member. “We are providing much-needed healthcare services for homeless and unsheltered people in the Coachella Valley, and preparing our future nurses to understand the needs of this vulnerable population.”

“Through the Street Medicine program, nurses and nursing students provide an invaluable service, taking medical care to Coachella Valley residents who may not receive it any other way,” said Carole Rogers, an RN and Desert Healthcare District and Foundation Board director. “Their work directly supports the District’s mission ‘to achieve optimal health at all stages of life for all District residents,’ and we’re happy to support them.”

Also, visit the Desert Healthcare District & Foundation website at www.DHCD.org to learn more about its programs.

The CSUSB Palm Desert Campus offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees, a doctorate in educational leadership, and teaching credentials and certificates. With more than 1,600 students, it is the Coachella Valley’s four-year public university and plays a vital role in educating and training the region’s growing population.

For more information about the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus, contact Mike Singer in the Office of Strategic Communication at [email protected] or (760) 341-2883, ext. 78107, or visit the PDC website at www.csusb.edu/pdc.


This press release was produced by CSUSB Palm Desert. The views expressed here are the author’s own.

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