We take dental care to a totally new level, employing the highest levels used within the industry today. We use an advanced digital patient education system, guiding you throughout your treatment. The office environment is exceptionally sanitary; instruments are sterilized by state-of-the art equipment and brand new drill bits are used for every patient.

Contact Details

  City Valencia, CA
  Zip Code 91355
  Address Baywood Lane
  Phone Number (661) 291-1200

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There are many techniques and options to treat teeth that are discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing. We can reshape your teeth, close spaces, restore worn or short teeth or alter the length of your teeth. Establishing trust between your child and our dentist will pave the ground for a future of positive dental visits. We understand the importance of establishing a good oral hygiene regimen early in life, and we provide children with the necessary knowledge to maintain a healthy smile. From 3D imaging and digital procedural planning to the utilization of the highest quality implant systems and parts, board-certified doctors in their respective fields to comfortable outpatient surgical suites, Baywood Dental Group skimps on nothing to provide our patients with every available treatment option, so they can make a smart, informed decision.

From the moment you step into Baywood Dental Group, you realize this is no ordinary dental office. Our goal is to provide you with superb dentistry in a comfortable atmosphere through our up to date services. At Baywood Dental Group, we would like you to consider us your family dentist. Every member of your family can benefit from our caring dental services. We take the guesswork out of dental care by providing you with both general and specialty dentistry in one convenient location. Our purpose is to achieve optimal patient results in a comfortable environment.

We recommend our patients have their teeth cleaned anywhere from 2-4 times a year. Our routine maintenance procedures include periodontal probing which along with x-rays and an exam will help determine the health of your tissues. A routine maintenance removes plaque and light calculus from your teeth and underneath your gums. Both hand and ultrasonic instruments may be used for this procedure, which is followed by polishing the teeth. Missing teeth can lead to a multitude of problems, from bite problems to speech difficulties.

Silver fillings are called amalgam fillings and they have been used in dentistry for many years; however, over the last decade the dental community have started to use more white fillings, which are called composites. Composite fillings look and feel more natural and have been shown to be safer for the patient. Periodontal disease can take you by surprise if you do not visit your dentist on a regular basis. Some people have signs that will warn you of periodontal disease and some people do not.

Our office is a one stop shop for implant dental services. This is a sharp contrast to many general dentists who refer their implant surgery patients to an entirely different dental office. It is comforting for the patient to know that we perform all surgical implant procedures for the benefit of the patient. By having both surgeons and a restorative dentists, many of the problems associated with multiple doctor approach to dental care can be avoided. Patients find it very reassuring to know who exactly is responsible for all aspects of their dental treatment.

We know that preventative care is essential to your dental health, we will put together a detailed plan of action both for in office and home care. There are multi level types of teeth and gum procedures, ranging from simple teeth maintenance to detailed periodontal therapy. Our office works with you to create the most effective oral hygiene program for your individualized needs. We will ensure that after your visit with us you are fully aware of your oral status. Periodontal maintenance is a cleaning procedure performed to thoroughly clean the teeth.

Implants are often times used to replace a single missing tooth, or multiple implants are used to anchor dentures. The process of placing an implant requires first placing a post surgically in the jawbone. Once healing has occurred, then a custom made artificial tooth is placed on top of the implant. Your implant will function just like your natural tooth and in turn returning your reason to smile again. Wisdom teeth otherwise known as third molars, are the last set of teeth to develop. Sometimes these teeth emerge from the gum line and the jaw is large enough to allow room for them, but most of the time, this is not the case.