Dentist Rolling Hills
Our dentist in Rolling Hills welcomes you to our dental office. We are committed to meeting your dental needs with high-quality dental care, leading-edge treatment options and the kind of personalized service you deserve. Your smile is one-of-a-kind and deserves an approach that respects its individuality. We do not create cookie-cutter smiles but instead focus on preserving and restoring the natural beauty of your smile. We are committed to not just meet but also exceed your expectations in dental care and personal service.
Rolling Hills Dentist
We have treatment options for virtually every dental health need, including:
• Tooth loss
Teeth are often lost due to periodontal disease, decay and dental trauma. Our Rolling Hills dentist can replace those lost teeth attractively and durably with dental implants or with dental bridges or dentures. Treatment options will be explained along with pros and cons so that you can make the best decision for your needs.
• Cosmetic flaws
Stains, misalignments, worn enamel and chips can take away from your attractive smile. We can use whitening treatments to eliminate stains or porcelain veneers to conceal more significant flaws. Your options for an attractive smile can include one or several treatments based on your own goals and preferences.
We used advanced diagnostics to ensure early, accurate diagnoses of potential dental health problems and to help identify the most appropriate treatments possible. Our dentist in Rolling Wills Hills will explore each of your options with you and answer your questions fully so that you can be confident about your treatment choices.
• General dentistry
Routine cleanings, dental exams and other general dentistry procedures are available to keep your smile healthy and strong. Routine dental care can be one of the most important factors in maintaining good dental health and adequate dental function.
• Dental surgery
Gum and bone grafts may be recommended to stabilize the dental health of those who have suffered tissue loss as a result of periodontal disease or dental trauma or before dental implants are placed to ensure a safer, healthier procedure.
Contact our Rolling Hills dentist today to learn more or to schedule your next appointment.