Since dental emergencies aren’t scheduled all of us at Whitney Ranch Dental will do whatever it takes to ensure you’re seen promptly. Got a dental emergency? Call us!
Our goal is to ensure you keep your teeth and gums healthy – so you have a healthy smile for your lifetime. That’s why we encourage you and your family to get regularly scheduled teeth cleanings and examinations so small issues don’t become bigger.
Gum disease (one sign bleeding gums) is the first indication that there’s a problem starting. If not treated, the inflamed gum line can affect the bone that surrounds and supports your teeth – causing tooth loss. The three stages of gum disease — from least to most severe — are gingivitis, periodontitis and advanced periodontitis.
When a tooth is compromised our focus is to prescribe a treatment that restores the smile and builds a foundation for continued oral health. From fillings, crowns, bridges, veneers and Implants we’ll discuss the options with recommendations based on best in class standard of care and each patient’s goal and financial ability.
We give you Straight Talk! From clear braces to clear aligners (Invisalign®) we’ll give you the options to solve bite- and alignment-related issues and create a beautiful, healthy smile.
Don’t love your smile? We have a variety of procedures to improve your smile from teeth whitening, bonding to veneers and crowns. We can reshape your teeth, close spaces, restore worn or short teeth or alter the length of your teeth to ensure you love your smile.
Dental Implants have become the standard of care when restoring your smile and ensuring the structure and quality of life is maintained. From single implants to full mouth implants our highly trained specialists can guide you on the variety of solutions to restore your smile.
Your smile is one of the first things someone notices about you. A beautiful, bright smile can improve confidence and self-esteem. We’d love to be a part of making you smile brighter with our offer take home or in office teeth whitening.
You may need to have a tooth extracted due to decay, injury, or as part of orthodontic treatment. Whatever the reason, we have highly trained specialists to help guide you through the procedure and options for anesthesia to ensure a comfortable outcome.
Implant dentistry is inherently a surgical procedure, and the practice of specialty endodontics (or root canal therapy) can often provoke high anxiety and fear. We provide both intravenous sedation and general anesthesia so our patients can complete their necessary treatment comfortably relaxed.