Bright Now! Dental

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Your dentist at Bright Now Dental is waiting to provide you with exceptional dental care.The Los Angeles dental staff specializes in dental emergencies and dental services such as root canals or dental crowns that may arise unexpectedly. You'll also find Bright Now Dental Los Angeles 's family and pediatric dentists to be knowledgeable and friendly, making your next dental check-up, teeth cleaning, teeth whitening, or braces appointment a great one. Because Bright Now Dental Los Angeles takes pride in selecting some of the top dental professionals in the industry, you can put your dental worries at ease knowing Bright Now Dental staff are only a quick appointment away. Review the full list of offered dental services and dental coupons.

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  • Oral Exam

    In addition to performing diligent oral care at home, you should see your dentist every six months for an oral exam to ensure continued health of your teeth and gums. If you skip just one routine checkup with your dentist, any new oral health issues can rapidly advance and require expensive and invasive treatments. Regular checkups ensure that problems can be caught early and treated conservatively, and some oral health issues can even be reversed if spotted in the earliest stages.

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  • Teeth Cleaning

    Your oral health depends on two factors: your willingness to brush and floss regularly and your commitment to seeing your dentist every six months for an oral exam and professional teeth cleaning. You may wonder why you need to visit the dental professional so often if you are taking great care of your teeth and gums on your own, but even the most diligent patients can miss hard-to-reach areas of the mouth and leave themselves vulnerable to tooth decay and periodontal disease.

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  • Dental Bridges

    Dental bridges literally bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth. A bridge is made up of two or more crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap. Dental bridges are supported by natural teeth or implants.

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  • Dental X-Rays

    Also known as dental radiographs, dental X-rays use controlled pulses of radiation to create images of the internal structures of the jaw and mouth. Dental X-rays are useful for viewing jawbones and various tooth structures. They can find and image cavities, bone or gum loss, periodontal disease, benign or malignant tumors, and other normal or abnormal structures within the lower portion of the head.

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  • Dental Fillings

    Dental fillings replace parts of a tooth that have been damaged due to injury or decay. Also known as dental restoration; a filling preserves the integrity of the tooth and prevents further damage from cavities. Fillings can also restore the chewing surfaces of teeth that have become worn. Avoiding damage from decay or injury is preferable, but fillings are a good way to prevent the eventual loss of a tooth.

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  • Dental Crowns

    Dental crowns, also called caps, fit over worn or damaged teeth. They can also serve a cosmetic purpose, restoring a discolored tooth to its former hue. Your dentist may fit you with a temporary crown to protect a damaged tooth while the permanent crown is being made. Depending on the material used to make them, the wear they get and the care they receive, permanent crowns last about 5 to 15 years.

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  • Specialty Dental Services

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  • Oral Surgery

    While many people will have no trouble with their wisdom teeth, these teeth are often removed to prevent more serious issues like an abscess. These teeth generally begin to surface in the late teens to early 20s, and many times, they become impacted as they develop, growing sideways into the other teeth or angled forward. Wisdom teeth may erupt from the gumline or may still be set in the jaw.

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  • Endodontics

    Dentists whom specialize in endodontics are dealing with the cause, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and decay that cause tooth pain. They specialize in performing root canal treatments and other procedures. These specialists have at least two years of additional education beyond their traditional dental schooling and training.

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  • Prosthodontics

    Prosthodontics is a title that pertains to dentists who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment planning, restoration and replacement of teeth. Their focus consists of, but is not limited to crowns, dentures and cosmetic implants. Prosthodontists have obtained a higher level of education and have pursued three or more years of extensive state-of-the-art training after their dental school completion.

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  • Dental Implants

    Tooth loss is a celebrated event during childhood, but losing teeth as an adult can be devastating. Not only will you suffer the cosmetic embarrassment of a gapped smile, but you will also develop numerous problems with your oral health if you do not replace the missing teeth. Biting and chewing food will become more difficult, and your remaining teeth will start to shift out of place because tooth loss creates extra room for them to do so.

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  • Treatment of Gum Disease

    Gum disease is an infection of the periodontal tissues that provide support for the teeth. These tissues include the gums, periodontal ligaments and the jawbone. Also called periodontal disease, this condition begins with bacteria-ridden plaque irritating the gum tissues. If this plaque is not removed with thorough brushing and flossing, it will turn into a hard substance called tartar. Once this happens, you can no longer sufficiently clean your teeth on your own because tartar must be removed by a dentist or dental hygienist with a special instrument.

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  • Orthodontics

    Orthodontics is a specialty of dentistry devoted to correcting misalignments of the bite and teeth. Using appliances such as braces, headgear and palatal expanders, orthodontists can move teeth and jawbones into their ideal positions for optimal oral functioning and aesthetic appeal. To become an orthodontist, a dentist must undergo up to three years of specialized training after completing dental school.

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  • Invisalign

    Invisalign® is a virtually invisible solution, so you can smile confidently both during treatment and after. Using a series of clear, removable aligners, Invisalign® gradually moves your teeth toward the smile you've always wanted. And, almost no one will know you're wearing them unless you tell them.

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  • Extractions

    Dental extractions are a common practice in oral care and consist of the removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone. When a tooth cannot be fixed with a filling or crown, an extraction may be the best answer. Trauma, disease or crowding are a few cases that might call for the removal of your teeth. An oral and maxillofacial surgeon typically handles this kind of procedure but if it’s not a complicated (impacted tooth) a general dentist may also perform simple extractions.

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  • Root Canal

    A root canal, also called endodontic therapy, treats teeth that have become severely damaged, allowing the nerves and soft inner pulp of the tooth to become infected. Your dentist may also recommend a root canal if a tooth has become so damaged or decayed that future infection appears inevitable. Root canals have a reputation for being painful, but modern endodontic techniques and anesthetics make the procedure no more uncomfortable than having a tooth filled. After completing the root canal, the tooth will also need a crown or filling to complete the restoration.

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  • Dentures

    Dentures are a type of prosthesis used to accommodate missing teeth. These devices are typically removable, but some are bonded or implanted. When all teeth are absent, complete dentures are used. When only some teeth are missing, partial dentures are used. Dentures may be for the maxillary arch, mandibular arch or both.

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  • Periodontics

    Periodontics is an oral specialty that offers support specializing in the various inflammatory diseases that affect the gums and other oral structures that support the teeth. This specialty has a primary focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of these diseases. These periodontal cases include but are not limited to mild and severe gum diseases. In addition to their dental schooling, periodontists pursue an extensive post-graduate program of three years.

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  • Pediatric Dentistry (Children)

    Just as pediatricians specialize in health care for children, pediatric dentistry refers to children's dental care. Sometimes called pedodontics, pediatric dentistry starts even before a child's first teeth appear. Your child's dentist can assess oral health and ensure that new teeth grow normally. Early dental visits also teach children about proper oral hygiene from a young age and foster good dental habits. Kids who learn early that dental visits are neither painful nor unpleasant generally grow into adults who feel comfortable with regular dental upkeep.

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  • Braces

    Braces can be made less noticeable—or as noticeable—as the patient desires. Brackets are now smaller and made of several different types of material: metal, ceramic, plastic or a combination of these materials. Some brackets are clear or tooth-colored. For those who want to show off their braces, there are brackets shaped like hearts and footballs, and elastics (orthodontic rubber bands) are available in school colors and can be changed monthly. Treatment plans are customized for each patient, but most people wear their braces for one to three years depending on the conditions that need correcting. Then a retainer is used that holds the teeth in their new positions. Although a little discomfort is expected today’s braces are more comfortable than ever before. The great news is that all the effort has a great payoff - a beautiful new smile.

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  • Family Dentistry

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  • Wisdom Teeth Removal

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  • Cosmetic Dentistry

    Not so long ago, patients had very few choices in correcting their imperfect smiles. Orthodontic treatment could correct crooked teeth, but not much could be done about teeth that were chipped, oddly shaped or discolored other than covering them with crowns, a procedure that requires a significant reduction of healthy tooth structure. Today, there are several effective, fast and minimally invasive options for improving the appearance of teeth.

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  • Dental Veneers

    Through modern dentistry, there are a variety of ways to improve the appearance of your teeth. Regular dental care, including good oral hygiene and routine oral exams and cleanings, go a long way toward keeping teeth in tip-top shape. However, some things are beyond your control, and you may still be unsatisfied with the way your teeth look. Whether they are chipped, stained, irregularly shaped or have other cosmetic flaws, dental veneers may be the answer.

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  • Teeth Whitening

    Everyone wants a white, healthy smile. Unfortunately, things don't always go as planned. Stains and discolorations are all-too-common dental problems, which explains why teeth whitening is such a popular procedure. Regular oral exams and cleanings can ward off the majority of stains, but some things are beyond your control. The simple act of aging can produce stains, and various environmental and lifestyle factors can too. The good news is that most stains can be resolved through safe, effective teeth whitening procedures.

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  • Dental Bonding

    Dental bonding is a great way to quickly and affordably repair small imperfections on teeth. In a way, bonding is like a simplified version of a veneer or a crown. While it can't withstand the kind of abuse that those solutions can, bonding works well in a variety of situations. Like many people, your teeth may develop cosmetic problems despite your best efforts. Even if you are diligent about maintaining excellent oral hygiene and visit the dentist regularly for cleanings and oral exams, issues may arise. Whether you chip a tooth while playing sports or start to notice discoloration, which can occur naturally with age, you have plenty of options. Bonding is among the simplest and most cost-effective of them.

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  • Dental Emergencies

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