Placentia Family Dentistry
To schedule an appointment, please call: 714-528-0089.
From preventative treatment to cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry, we cover the whole spectrum of services to fit your needs. We welcome patients of all ages. We’ll listen carefully to your questions, clearly explain your options, and help you decide on a custom treatment plan that you are comfortable with.
- Dentures and partials are made to replace missing teeth, but unlike bridges, can be removed.
Extractions (Oral Surgery)
- Removal of teeth beyond restoration (due to extensive decay) or to make room due to overcrowding (wisdom teeth)
- We recommend resin fillings for your health and the health of the tooth. Used to repair teeth after fractures, decay removal, or even to replace old or leaky fillings. We’ll match the color of the filling to your existing tooth shade.
- Implants may be used to replace one or more teeth or even to support a denture. Implants are placed by our periodontal specialist, Dr. Kallaos.
- We offer orthodontic treatment to straighten your teeth align your bite.
Cleaning & Polishing
- To keep your smile healthy, regular appointments are recommended for most patients every 6 months. We’ll help you set a schedule that’s right for you, and give you a reminder call before each appointment.
- Ask if sealants are right for you or your child to help prevent dental decay.
Low radiation digital x-rays
- Digital x-rays are taken using an electronic sensor that captures and stores the image on a computer. These images can help the dentist detect problems earlier (ie decay, bone loss), which can save you unnecessary discomfort, not to mention time and money. Digital x-rays reduce radiation exposure by 70+% compared to traditional dental x-rays.
- We offer a variety of options to help you achieve the smile you can be confident about! From veneers to whitening, we have options for all your needs.
Inlays, Onlays, Crowns, Bridges
- In the case of a large cavity, crack, or fracture, a crown, inlay, or onlay may be needed. Bridges are designed to replace missing teeth.