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Bonding & Enameloplasty

If you have a chipped, cracked, or discolored tooth, a cosmetic dental procedure like tooth bonding can give you the confidence to flash those pearly whites. Enameloplasty is a very conservative procedure by reshaping of the tooth by removing small amounts of enamel.

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Family Dentist | Century Smile Dental Practice | Culver City, CA

At Home Dental Care

Practicing good oral hygiene at home is one of the best things you can do for your overall health regardless of the current situation. During our closure we encourage everyone to practice preventative care. Simple care taken at home can help keep your mouth healthy and your smile bright.

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Dental Health | Culver City Dentist | Cosmetic Dentistry

The Art of Dentistry

A smile is a valuable asset and an important physical expression of a person’s personality. A person’s smile says a lot about their character and confidence. But to smile with confidence, your teeth need to be in good shape. If you are shy about smiling, it’s time to think about improving your teeth with the help of your cosmetic dentist and some clever dentistry techniques.

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Family Dentist | Century Smile

Ways To Prevent Cavities In Children

Dentistry for children includes preventive care (like dental sealants) so your child doesn’t end up needing a filling, dental crown, or extraction. Continue reading to learn the 5 ways a pediatric dentist prevents cavities in children. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact us!

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Dr. Maryam Talaie of Century Smile Dental Practice | Culver City, CA

End of Year Dental Checklist

It’s human nature to procrastinate, and it seems like every year flies by quicker than the one before it. Bearing that in mind, there’s a big chance that you’ve reached December without scheduling your annual dental checkup. In a season filled with holiday planning, mall trips and the end-of-year crunch at work, your oral health may be the last thing on your mind. However, with the link of gum disease to several other serious conditions, you should commit to making it a priority to keep your dental needs accounted for.

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