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Receiving professional dental cleanings twice a year is a good way to keep your oral health in check and ensure that your smile is white and bright.

Annual dental examinations are necessary for oral maintenance and the detection of any potential issues, like tooth decay or periodontal disease.

Commonly used for children and teens, dental sealants protect the molars and premolars from accumulating plaque. This can often prevent cavities.

Tooth extractions can be medically necessary, depending on your individual situation. Wisdom tooth extractions are especially common at our office.

Tooth-colored fillings are a modern solution to address and improve upon a decayed tooth. Metal fillings can be replaced with this composite resin.

If you're an adult and concerned about the alignment of your teeth but have no intention of turning to braces, ClearCorrect could be your solution.

Using composite resin, dental bonding and contouring is a treatment that can enhance the look of your teeth without extensive time and prep work.

If you would like a straighter smile without the hassle of metal braces, Invisalign clear aligner orthodontics could be the treatment for you.

Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain shells that are bonded to the fronts of your teeth to create a bright, beautiful, seamless smile and appearance.

A smile makeover is an entirely personalized combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures to enhance the health and appearance of your teeth.

Our San Diego, CA office offers both at-home and in-office teeth whitening for patients wishing to get a whiter, brighter smile without any hassle.

If you crave the beauty of dentures but prefer the function and efficiency of dental implants, then All-on-4 implant dentures could be for you.

Dental bridges are a type of restoration that can be used to replace one or several teeth. They are anchored by implants or attached to other teeth.

A restoration that can cover decayed, damaged, or worn teeth, crowns offered at Finest City Dental are crafted with advanced CEREC technology.

Dental implants are largely considered to be the gold standard for tooth restoration. Implants are held securely in place with screws in the jawbone.

Dentures can replace several or all of a person's missing teeth. They can be removable or supported by dental implants, depending on your situation.

Implant-supported bridges are dental bridge restorations that are held in place with implants rather than being anchored to your natural teeth.

Commonly known as "laughing gas," nitrous oxide is a low-risk method of sedation that can be used on both adults and children prior to a procedure.

For patients who feel unnerved by dental visits or procedures of any kind, our office offers oral-conscious sedation to calm your anxieties.

A root canal is a very common dental procedure that is performed when the root of the tooth has become infected from damage, decay, or trauma.

If you experience mild sleep apnea and are not thrilled with many of the medical treatments, our office provides patients with oral appliance therapy.

TMJ can be incredibly difficult to live with because moving your jaw is necessary for performing everyday tasks, such as eating and speaking.

3D impressions have started to replace traditional physical molds in many dental offices because they are quicker and provide accurate results.

A bite analysis is a technology that can measure the alignment of your bite. If your bite is misaligned, our office can help treat the problem.

Digital x-rays are often performed at every yearly dental examination to check for issues, such as cavities, damaged teeth, and wisdom teeth.

Intraoral cameras are an innovative technology that displays video on a screen, allowing the patient and Dr. Dovey to view the inside of your mouth.

If you play sports and are concerned with the protection of your teeth, you should consider getting a custom-fitted mouth guard to prevent injuries.

If you find that you grind your teeth at night, you may experience pain or have worn-down teeth. Night guards help prevent nighttime tooth grinding.

Retainers are an essential part of post-orthodontic maintenance because they prevent your teeth from shifting back into their original positions.

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