Dental Cleaning

Cleanings and Exams Prevent Other Health Problems

A dental cleaning in Westlake Village has many health benefits, including ones that help your overall health.

When you schedule a teeth cleaning in Westlake Village with our dental hygienist an exam is an essential part of the process. During your cleaning, the dentist will examine your mouth, teeth and gums for developing signs of other issues that may need tended to, such as already formed cavities, oral cancer, gum disease, alignment issues and more. If signs of these issues are caught early on, they can be treated or reversed. That is what makes a dental cleaning so important. Even if a cavity or tooth decay has already developed, you can save a tooth by getting it filled before the problem worsens. If you have any other dental problems that need tending to, we will schedule your next appointments at your convenience to get your health back to normal. Call our office staff today to schedule your appointment for a dental cleaning in Westlake Village at (805) 495-7212.

Tips For an Excellent Experience

A dental cleaning in Westlake Village at our office is always a stress-free experience.

“I get a lot of fun out of it”

“Coming here every 6 months and seeing Renea for cleanings, I get a lot of fun out of it. Her and I have a lot in common and when I don’t have tools in my mouth because she’s cleaning, we have a lot of common interests that we can talk about. The cleanings themselves are always quick and easy and efficient. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve learned more how important it is to take care of my teeth. I always am filled with information of updated ways to take care of my teeth. They try to help me improve my personal hygiene at home when it comes to brushing my teeth, flossing, mouthwash, and stuff like that.”

Matt S.

Thousand Oaks, CA


A Gentle, Thorough, Dental Cleaning

A dental cleaning in Westlake Village is the best way to remove plaque and defend against bacteria

Oral hygiene is a very important part of your overall health. Most of the things that enter our bodies enter through our mouths, so it is important to keep your teeth, mouth and gums in tip top shape with a dental cleaning in Westlake Village. Brushing and flossing your teeth can help your health significantly, but they aren’t the only habits necessary to keep your teeth clean. Dental cleanings get the plaque, tartar and bacteria that you miss while brushing and flossing. In fact, we often miss the same areas when we clean our teeth at home, which causes a

build up and hardening of bacteria overtime that isn’t as easy to remove. With the dental tools and technology our hygienist and dentist have at Westlake Village Dentist we are able to remove all of the build up around your teeth and gums for a smooth, healthy smile. Regular dental cleanings will help you prevent tooth decay and the need for other dental procedures like a root canal, dental filling or dental crown. Let us help you take care of your smile with a dental cleaning in Westlake Village. Call us at (805) 495-7212 to schedule.

Check out some of our other services at Westlake Village Dentist related to dental cleanings

Kids Dentistry
Tooth Restoration
Teeth Whitening

Sit Back and Relax

Let our dentist in Westlake Village care for you.

Westlake Village Dentist wants to make every visit and procedure the most comfortable for you. Our entire staff is ready to work to make you feel the best about your smile again. Just sit back, relax and let us get your oral health back to tip top shape!

We are available to answer your questions 24/7. Call us now.

(805) 495-7212

“Home Care Is Still Important”

A dental cleaning in Westlake Village won’t completely protect your teeth from decay.

“Dental cleanings in Westlake Village are very important to your health, but cleanings alone won’t keep your teeth safe from tooth decay. Keeping up with your home brushing and flossing regimen is important to your oral health as well as your overall health. Cleaning your teeth keeps bacteria out of your mouth that can not only cause decay, but sickness as well. Brush and floss your teeth at least twice daily for the best measures. With those practices and making sure you come and visit me every six months for your teeth cleaning, you should be all set!”

Renee R.

Registered Dental Hygienist


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