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Encino, CA 91436

Restorative Dentistry

Teeth Replacements
  1. Fixed Bridges
    Bridges besides filling in the gaps stops the drifting of the surrounding teeth into the gap, Restores chewing ability and provides support for the internal structures of the face for a youthful appearance. Fixed bridges are porcelain prosthetic teeth permanently joined and cemented onto the crowns of the prepared natural teeth on either side of the gap. If healthy teeth are not available then implants are utilized.
  2. Removable Teeth Replacements
    Partial dentures
    Replaces multiple teeth embedded in a gum color base which attaches to natural teeth or implants.

    Replaces all of the teeth top and or bottom which are imbedded in a gum color base. In many cases denture adhesive is necessary for retention unless implants are used to anchor the denture.
Full Mouth Reconstruction

When your smile has been wrecked by decay, trauma, disease or you are just embarrassed about your smile. Full mouth reconstruction will give you back your healthy beautiful smile. Many times restoring your smile can be as simple as a few crowns, veneers, or fillings. Other times more extensive treatment is needed. When you visit us, we will perform a thorough evaluation and discussion about your concerns, desires, and options.

Crowns (Caps)

Crowning teeth is indicated when they are cracked, severely worn, decayed or just making you self-conscious. Crowns restore strength, structure, and beauty to a tooth. They cover the whole tooth and are designed to protect them from future damage. Crowns are either metal, porcelain fused to metal, or all porcelain crowns. We suggest all porcelain crowns they are metal free and their ability to blend in with the natural color of your teeth virtually make them undetectable.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are used to restore smiles, anchor dentures from slipping, and give back chewing function when natural teeth are unavailable. Dental implants consist of two parts a titanium post (artificial replacement for the tooth root) and an abutment crown attaching into the post. With implants, patients have options to get back their healthy smile.

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings are conservative white fillings that blend into the tooth structure. They are alternatives to silver fillings, which contain metal and mercury. Composite fillings are metal free, durable, and aesthetic.


Onlays are conservative options to a full crown. Traditionally when large fillings need to be replaced full crowns were used. Now onlays can be utilized so only the damaged or decayed tooth structure is removed. Onlays are placed internally in the tooth like a puzzle piece thereby conserving tooth structure.