Our Team

Our Team

Our team has over 150 years of experience in dentistry and have worked with one another for over 100 years combined. We know each other and like one another like family. This time together enables us to be organized, and efficient, while providing professional care in a relaxed environment. We all share a commitment to providing quality dental care and a comfortable experience for our patients. We work as a team to provide the best possible experience and outcome for every patient.

Patients appreciate the care and efficiency of our friendly treatment coordinators and clinical staff. Call them at 760-729-8500. They look forward to helping you schedule an appointment.

“I have been going to Dr. Bell for 16 years because he and his staff consistently provide a high level of service.”
“I used to hate going to the dentist. No more! Dr Bell’s positive mellow attitude, combined with his aptitude, experience and excellent care has changed my attitude. All of Dr Bell’s staff practice the same gentle caring…”
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Our patients love our dental hygiene team because of their gentle touch and caring attitude.

“What a great service!!! From the reception desk up to the end, i don’t even feel Like I am at the dentist. Everyone is really professional, careful and friendly”
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Recent Posts

Gootloader infection cleaned up

Dear blog owner and visitors,

This blog had been infected to serve up Gootloader malware to Google search victims, via a common tactic known as SEO (Search Engine Optimization) poisioning. Your blog was serving up 60 malicious pages. Your blogged served up malware to 76 visitors.

I tried my best to clean up the infection, but I would do the following:

  • Upgrade WordPress to the latest version (one way the attackers might have gained access to your server)
  • Upgrade all WordPress themes to the latest versions (another way the attackers might have gained access to your server)
  • Upgrade all WordPress plugins (another way the attackers might have gained access to your server), and remove any unnecessary plugins.
  • Verify all users are valid (in case the attackers left a backup account, to get back in)
  • Change all passwords (for WordPress accounts, FTP, SSH, database, etc.) and keys. This is probably how the attackers got in, as they are known to brute force weak passwords
  • Run antivirus scans on your server
  • Block these IPs ( and, either in your firewall, .htaccess file, or in your /etc/hosts file, as these are the attackers command and control servers, which send malicious commands for your blog to execute
  • Check cronjobs (both server and WordPress), aka scheduled tasks. This is a common method that an attacker will use to get back in. If you are not sure, what this is, Google it
  • Consider wiping the server completly, as you do not know how deep the infection is. If you decide not to, I recommend installing some security plugins for WordPress, to try and scan for any remaining malicious files. Integrity Checker, WordPress Core Integrity Checker, Sucuri Security,
    and Wordfence Security, all do some level of detection, but not 100% guaranteed
  • Go through the process for Google to recrawl your site, to remove the malcious links (to see what malicious pages there were, Go to Google and search site:your_site.com agreement)
  • Check subdomains, to see if they were infected as well
  • Check file permissions

Gootloader (previously Gootkit) malware has been around since 2014, and is used to initally infect a system, and then sell that access off to other attackers, who then usually deploy additional malware, to include ransomware and banking trojans. By cleaning up your blog, it will make a dent in how they infect victims. PLEASE try to keep it up-to-date and secure, so this does not happen again.


The Internet Janitor

Below are some links to research/further explaination on Gootloader:





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