A way to lower the risk of injuries to the teeth, lips, and tongue.
Minimize clenching or grinding teeth while sleeping.
A physical examination to look for signs of cancer.
Oral Cancer Screening
An assessment and recommendations to support your oral wellness.
Oral Wellness Exam
Designed to maintain your teeth straight after clear aligners.
For patients diagnosed with mild to moderate sleep apnea.
Sleep Apnea Treatment
From trauma to an unbalanced bite, TMJD can be the result of several factors.
TMJ Disorder Treatment
Removal of plaque and tartar from your teeth to improve gum health.
Teeth Cleaning (Deep)
Maintain the cleanliness of your teeth to prevent cavities and gum diseases.
Teeth Cleaning (Regular)
Preventive dental treatments.
Our preventive dental treatments are designed to maintain and improve your overall health.
We look forward to caring for you.
"We are elevating the experience of oral health care by providing dental treatment you need from a team you can trust in an understanding and caring environment."
Dr. Steph, DDS, FAGD
Family, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentist
How preventive dentistry can help.
Preventive dentistry in Ventura has multiple benefits:
Detects early symptoms of a dental problem
Regular appointments help us identify problems in their early stages before they become more serious issues. Preventive dentistry in Ventura will address decay or gum disease before it causes damage to your tooth structure or leads to an infection.
It’s nearly always less expensive and less time-consuming to treat or manage minor dental issues than more serious dental problems.
Your smile will look better
Consistent dental care protects your teeth from decay and discoloration that can impact the appearance of your smile.
You can lower your risk of developing other chronic illnesses
Your oral health affects your overall health and hygiene. Untreated dental infections can spread to your other teeth, causing additional tooth decay, inflammation, and gum disease. These problems can also affect the rest of your body: untreated cavities can lead to brain and heart infections, and the bacteria that cause gum disease also contribute to heart disease, diabetes, and dementia.