Many adults avoid going to the dentist because they believe that brushing their teeth is enough to prevent the onset of adult dental issues. However, this simply is not the case – adult dental care requires regular dental cleanings to mitigate issues as well as regular checkups and x-rays to spot early signs of adult dental problems like receding gums, bone loss, tooth decay and tooth loss. Adults avoid dentist visits because they are afraid of the needles involved in dental anesthesia, or want to avoid added radiation exposure from dental x-rays. At LA City Dentist, our state of the art dental technology virtually eliminates these concerns. With needle-free dental anesthesia, adults avoiding the dentist no longer have to fear the pain associated with fillings or other dental treatments. Additionally, the LA City Dentist office is equipped with digital x-rays. Digital dental x-rays are faster, more accurate and eliminate 90% of the radiation involved with traditional dentist x-rays, making the process safer, faster and more enjoyable for our adult patients who visits the dentist.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal therapy is the treatment of a tooth with diseased or infected nerve. With advancement in dentistry, many of these teeth can now be treated successfully. As a root canal dentist we make every effort to save your tooth without causing you any discomfort. We want to help you preserve your natural teeth for good.
Tooth extraction is the last resort option when a tooth is severely fractured or decayed and cannot be restored. We provide our patients every relaxing technique available during this procedure. We use the latest equipments and procedures to ensure that you are in utmost comfort. Patients are given detailed instructions and are informed about the a few simple rules to help promote healing and prevent any complications.
Periodontal disease is primarily caused by bacterial plaque, although several other factors like genetics, smoking, tobacco consumption and medical conditions like diabetes and AIDS can also cause periodontal disease. The initial symptoms of these disease are bleeding gums and bad breath. They are usually painless disease and may go unnoticed until it is too late.
We perform periodontal therapy on patients diagnosed with early periodontal disease. Scaling and Root planning procedures are used to remove deep tartar. Periodic maintenance appointments are scheduled until desired results are achieved.