The California Dental Association strongly recommends that dentists practicing in California voluntarily suspend non-urgent or non-emergency dental care for the next 14 days. As always, it is expected that dentists will continue to be available as needed for emergency care and services.
With today’s advances in dental technology, there are more dental implant options than ever before. Now Redondo Beach men and women aren’t stuck with only having the option of traditional dentures that slip and slide and fall out. Our doctors at Redondo Beach Dental Group pride themselves on keeping up with the latest technology the field of dentistry has to offer, and one of those great advances is referred to as Teeth In A Day.
When you break or fracture a tooth, it can be incredibly painful. Getting in to see your dentist ASAP becomes your top priority. Often, our doctors will determine that the best way to correct your problem is to place a crown over your broken tooth. At Redondo Beach Dental Group, we use CEREC dental crowns whenever possible.
No one necessarily likes the idea of getting a crown, but if you ever find yourself needing one, either because of a weak tooth, a broken tooth, or to make a cosmetic change, our doctors can provide Redondo Beach men and women with beautiful dental restoration using CEREC dental crowns in just one visit.
Everyone loves to have a nice bright white smile, but bright teeth don’t come naturally. As we age, and because of various environmental and life choices, we all experience some degree of teeth discoloration. Our doctors at Redondo Beach Dental Group can help you get the smile you’ve always wanted. We combine in-office treatments with at-home teeth whitening trays, so you get the whitest teeth possible.
Whether you’re a Redondo Beach resident who is considering Invisalign® treatment, or you’re currently in the middle of your treatment, you may be wondering whether or not you’ll have to wear a retainer after your teeth have straightened out. The quick answer is, yes.
Dental crowns have been used for years by dentists to give their patients a more complete, and cosmetically appealing smile. Crowns can hide a lot of different dental problems like a cracked or crooked tooth, tooth discoloration, or even gaps in the teeth.
If you’re an older man or woman in the Redondo Beach area who has always been unhappy with your crooked smile, you may be wondering if you still have options to correct your teeth. After years of always putting everyone before yourself, you deserve to have the smile you’ve always wanted!
One of the biggest misconceptions we see in periodontics is when our Redondo Beach patients believe plaque and tartar are the same things. The truth is that plaque and tartar are two very different problems and must be addressed in different ways. While both attack our teeth, plaque can be removed daily by our patients in their own homes, but tartar must be removed by our hygienists in our dental facility.
There are many Redondo Beach residents who have gum recession, but unfortunately, they don’t even know it. That’s because gum recession happens gradually over time and the symptoms may not be that noticeable. However, gum recession is not something you want to ignore.