Welcome to Northside Dental! At our practice, we hope to provide you with the treatment and dental care that you and your family needs. To do this, we offer eco-friendly, aesthetic and professional dentistry in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We have exceptional team members who are knowledgeable and compassionate. We do our best to provide high-quality dental care for both English and Spanish speakers in our community, as well as those from the surrounding areas, including Los Alamos, Espanola, El Dorado, Madrid and Pecos, New Mexico. From routine dental cleanings to dental implants and oral surgery, Dr. Brandon Cera can help you achieve a healthier, more beautiful smile at an affordable price. Come visit us today to see what we can do for you!

Meet the doctor Patient Specials

Our Santa Fe, NM dentist strives to deliver the highest possible level of dental care to our patients. We accomplish this by educating our patients and continuing our own education; and by maintaining a professional and compassionate environment. We strive to keep our practice trustworthy, friendly and family-oriented so that we can establish life-long relationships with our patients.


To our patients,

In accordance with the New Mexico Department of Health and the following best practice recommendations from the American Dental Association® and New Mexico Dental Association, we are now seeing a limited number of all types of dental appointments. Please help us slow the spread by following these guidelines for our practice:


Our waiting area is closed. Please call our main phone number to check in when you arrive: 505-820-3551. Please include the name of the patient in the message. (Due to the high volume of calls we are receiving, a phone call could get missed and delay your check-in.)


When your treatment room is ready, one of our team will call you and notify you that we are ready.


To keep numbers of people in the building to a minimum, we ask that only one person accompany a patient to an appointment.


Upon arrival, you will be required to answer a short health questionnaire related to COVID-19 and have your temperature taken. Anyone with elevated temperature will be asked to reschedule unless there is evidence that the increased temperature is related to a dental problem.


All people entering the building must wear a mask, and hand sanitizer will be used.


Confirmation that you will attend (or not attend) your appointment is more important than ever due to the limited number of patients we can see.


Many other distancing and safety precautions are being taken in addition to our normal infection control protocols. Our team will walk you through these changes once you are here.