What can I do if I don’t like my smile?

Cosmetic Dentistry


Cosmetic Dentistry is aimed at creating positive change to your smile it does everything possible to fix any issue you may have in your teeth and make your smile healthy, bright and beautiful.

Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures


Repair of decayed damaged or discolored teeth, using material that resembles the color of the tooth enamel

Dental Veneers

This procedure consists in making a thin ceramic layer which replaces the enamel from the teeth. Dental veneers are made individually for each patient, that’s why fits perfect and the color looks exactly like your teeth.

Teeth WhiteningHow Cosmetic Dentistry Improves Your Smile dentist in Los Angeles Dr. Shervin Louie

One of the most basic cosmetic dentistry procedure. This works coating the teeth with a whitening gel and applying a low-heat light to the teeth, the process penetrates the product beneath the surface of

the teeth to bleach dentin and enamel.



Implants are used to replace teeth after tooth loss, are titanium posts that are surgically positioned into your gums, they provide stable support for artificial teeth.

These are the basic procedures that can help to improve your smile, it’s important to know which one works with you to set up and appointment please call us.

Do you have one or more missing teeth?

If you have missing teeth: Dental Implants is the best option for you.

How do Dental Implants Work?

Dental Implants are titanium structure attached to the jawbone these create a foundation for the placement of artificial tooth. Recovery time can be extensive, which is why dental implants may require multiple visits.

What problems do Dental Implants solved?

Dental implants are designed to provide cosmetic benefits. They allow you to recover the function of your teeth and protect your current teeth.

How to take care of your Dental Implants.

You have to maintain oral health by regular brushing and flossing and your doctor will determinate the way to fast heal.

Are Dental Implants for everyone?

Patients must have the proper bone density that’s why we need to check if you are a candidate for this procedure. Call us.

What should I know about Periodontal disease?

Periodontal disease is an inflammation caused by plaque that forms on your teeth. Periodontitis can affect the surrounding area of the tooth. This could range from a simple gum inflammation to a serious disease. In more advanced stages, the surrounding structures become affected and can be destroyed.

Types of periodontal disease


Mild gum inflammation is identifiable when the gums become red and bleed easily because of plaque buildup around the teeth. Plaque is a sticky film composed of bacteria from sugars in food, this requires daily removal from good brushing and flossing habits. Plaque that stays on your teeth can harden under your gumline into tartar which can only be removed by a dentist or hygienist.


When gingivitis is left untreated, it turns into periodontitis. The longer that plaque and tartar remain on your teeth the more they irritate your gum. Your body’s immune system starts fighting the plaque and bacteria, but they continue growing and spreading below the gum line. Eventually, your gums and the tissue around the teeth are destroyed and your teeth have to be removed.

Risk Factors

-Poor oral care habits.

-Crooked teeth that are difficult to clean.

-Smoking or chewing tobacco.

-Heart disease (oral bacteria affect the heart when they enter the bloodstream)

-Diabetes: People with diabetes are more likely to develop a periodontal disease because of increased sugar levels in the body which make infections more difficult to control.

Signs and symptoms

-Unexpected bleeding while brushing and flossing

-Redness and pain in the gums

-Bad breath

-Loose teeth which may shift in position because the bone tissue gets destroyed.

What can I do if I have a Periodontal Disease?

It’s important to maintain good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly. If your periodontal condition is advanced, it is necessary to see a Periodontist. If you would like to know how we can assist you to treat and prevent any gum disease or condition.