Your hair stylist provides a color and cut that flatters your face. Your mechanic considers your driving habits and climate when servicing your vehicle. The chef at your favorite restaurant cooks the entrée to your specifications. Shouldn’t your dental care be personalized, too? At Manhattan Beach Dental Solutions in Manhattan Beach, CA, you get a treatment plan tailored to your teeth, lifestyle, schedule, and budget.
We start with the basics
No matter how long it has been since you last saw a dentist, you can count on compassionate care to get you on the path to good oral health. We begin with:
- Thorough dental cleaning. Our hygienists use special instruments to remove hardened tartar and bacterial plaque. Then teeth are polished to a gleaming luster.
- A hands-on demonstration of proper brushing and flossing technique.
- Advice on the right home care tools and products to keep your mouth healthy and your breath fresh.
- Comprehensive examination by the dentist, including low-radiation digital x-rays for a clear picture of what is going on inside teeth and other oral tissues.
A higher level of dental care in Manhattan Beach, CA
Then, the dentist takes as much time as necessary to talk with you about his findings. He explains diagnosis and treatment options. Together, you develop a treatment plan to accomplish your oral health and aesthetic goals.
Usually, repairing decay and trauma (broken teeth) is job one. With modern composite bonding materials and porcelain inlays, onlays, and crowns, these restorations blend unnoticeably with your natural dentition.
Gum disease is a serious health concern. Using an advanced DNA saliva test, the dentist pinpoints problematic bacteria. A course of treatment is designed to halt the progress of periodontal disease, get gums as healthy as possible, and maintain that status. With our gentle techniques, aggressive deep cleaning and soft tissue surgery is usually not necessary.
Are you missing teeth? We are happy to describe options to restore chewing function and smile confidence with dental implants, bridges, and dentures.