We help patients throughout San Bernardino County, Riverside County, Los Angeles County, and Orange County, including in Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, Wildomar (where we have offices), Claremont, Montclair, Fontana, Ontario, Kaiser, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Temecula, Murrieta, Corona, and many other communities nearby.
Dental implants can help with problems that include: multiple missing teeth, a single missing tooth, painful dentures, jaw bone loss, weakened jaw muscles, bad dental implant placement, and more.
Full-Mouth Dental Implants Dental implants can replace entire jaws by supporting multiple dental crowns or even a denture. Especially when the dental damage is serious, or seems even too far gone, dental implants can be a major part of rehabilitating your oral health and achieving a new look.
Single-Tooth Dental Implants Dental implants can be a more conservative restoration than a traditional dental bridge when replacing a single tooth. A dental bridge would require the preparation of the adjacent healthy teeth whereas in a single dental implant those teeth would not have to be prepped.
Implant-Supported Bridges Implants can be used to support dental bridges in patients with multiple missing teeth.
Implant-Supported Dentures Implants can be used to support dentures in patients with multiple missing teeth.
Bone Grafting Some patients considering dental implants may need a jaw bone graft. If you don’t have enough gum and bone structure to support the implant, we can perform the necessary additional surgery to begin restoring that structure.
Sinus Lift When a patient needs dental implants but doesn't have enough room in the upper jaw, a sinus lift allows us to increase the amount of bone in the upper jaw and make room for the implants.
Orthodontics can help with problems that include: crooked teeth, crowded teeth, gaps between teeth, overbite, underbite, crossbites, deep bites, open bites, difficulty chewing, jaw pain, uncomfortable braces, ugly braces, and more.
Invisalign Invisalign is an alternative orthodontic treatment to traditional brackets and wires. It uses clear aligners with tooth-toned attachments to align teeth. Invisalign is a great treatment option for many adults, kids and teens.
Clear Braces Clear braces are an esthetic option to the traditional metal bracket. They are tooth-colored and are able to straighten and align your teeth while reducing visibility to the brackets.
Traditional Braces (Metal) Braces are devices used that align and straighten teeth and help to position them with regard to a person's bite, while also working to improve dental health. Braces can be either clear or metal.
Damon Braces Damon clear braces are tieless and more discrete and resistant to staining and discoloration all throughout treatment.
Incognito Lingual Braces These braces are individually custom-made with gold alloy that indiscreetly align your teeth over time. The "hidden braces" are an aesthetic solution effective in fixing most smiles.
Oral surgery and endodontics can help with problems that include: painful wisdom teeth, impacted wisdom teeth, severe sudden toothaches, oral abscesses, infected teeth, dead teeth, and more. Wisdom Teeth Removal If wisdom teeth don’t have sufficient room to erupt and grow into alignment, they can lead to pain and infection of the surrounding soft tissues, as well as possible decay on the tooth itself due to it being difficult to clean. This may necessitate its removal.
Root Canals The goal of a root canal is to save your natural teeth if possible. In a root canal, we clean and fill the pulp canal system to save your tooth.
Root canal (x-ray view)
Endodontic Microsurgery It may be necessary to remove the infected root tips and nearby tissue to treat an infection. The affected root tip is resected and sealed and the infection is cleaned. Sutures are removed about 1 week later.
Periodontics can help with problems that include: gingivitis, periodontitis, receding gumline, bleeding gums, painful gums, heat-sensitive gums, cold-sensitive gums, and more.
Scaling & Rool Planing When the disease has progressed to periodontitis, you might need a treatment called scaling and root planing, which gets deep beneath the gum line to clean tartar away completely. Grafts For the most severe cases of gum disese, we can help you regenerate lost bone and tissue through the use of gum grafts or bone grafts.
Dental Exams and Cleanings Healthy teeth that look great and function properly can boost your confidence and overall health. We offer a full range of preventive services, including exams, cleanings, and discussion of oral hygiene habits.
Cosmetic dentistry can help with problems that include: damaged teeth, worn-down teeth, yellow teeth, stained teeth, mismatching tooth colors, and more.
Dental Crowns Dental crowns are used to repair any cracks, chips, and severe discolorations of your teeth. They reinforce weak, damaged teeth, and can change a tooth’s shape or alignment, depending on the desired outcome.
Dental Bridges Dental bridges can restore one or more missing teeth, improve your chewing and speech, and help maintain facial bone structure (which missing teeth can affect).
Dental Bonding We bond tooth-colored, composite resin filling material to your teeth to repair a fractured, decayed, chipped, or off-color tooth. This is often done chairside in a single appointment.
Dental Sealants Sealants are a protective barrier against cavities. Sealants keep plaque from getting directly on your teeth and smooth out chewing surfaces of your teeth, making it easier to clean your teeth thoroughly every day.
General Pediatric Dentistry We work with kids of all ages to address current dental issues in a way that makes them feel safe and comfortable, and to help create good oral health long-term. Besides the services listed below, we also offer tooth-colored fillings, dental sealants, and fluoride varnishes for children.
Emergency Pediatric Dentistry Kids are prone to dental emergencies, especially if they are active or athletic. Walk-ins are welcome, and we make same-day appointments available. We won’t leave your child waiting.
Braces for Children If your child has tooth alignment issues it's best to get them addressed between the ages of 10 to 14. Some children can get braces younger: it all depends on whether or not the baby teeth have fallen out and the adult teeth have come in. The jawbone also must be developed enough for braces to work.
Prenatal Dentistry One of the best ways to protect your baby’s health is to be proactive with your oral health during pregnancy. If you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, be sure to maintain a healthy diet and a solid oral health routine, including regular dental cleanings, exams, and good at-home-care.
Not sure about which service you need? Schedule an appointment to speak with one of our treatment coordinators today.