Dentist in Culver City, CA
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I have a pretty high anxiety when it comes to the dentist. They were so good about making sure I was fully informed, heard and checked on. Payment and procedure was broken down nicely and very easy to understand. The facility is very clean. Felt very up-to-date in technology and services. There’s a parking lot and they validate. The building was pretty easy to find. I would definitely recommend.

~Laura Allen

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Culver City Dental Office

About Our Dentist in Culver City, CA

Trying to find the best dentist near you? Visit our team of dental professionals at Relate Dental Care in Culver City, CA. We provide top-notch treatment to patients from all over our community. We offer a broad range of services, including teeth whitening near you, periodontics, dental veneers, fillings, crowns, inlays & onlays, implants, sealants, endodontics, and much more. You can even contact our emergency dentist near you in Culver City if you find yourself in need of urgent dental care.

For years, we have provided high quality dental care to patients from Palms, Inglewood, Marina Del Rey, Playa Vista, Ladera Heights, Playa Del Rey, Mar Vista, Westchester, Santa Monica, Venice, Baldwin Hills and the surrounding areas. If you have any questions at all about adult or children’s dentistry in Culver City, CA, please let us know! Our state-of-the-art dental office is equipped with the latest technology. We are empowered with low radiation digital x-ray, intraoral cameras, and the latest scanners for taking accurate images and impressions of patients’ teeth. Ready to set up a visit with our Culver City dentist near you? Give us a call today or fill out our convenient digital booking tool to schedule online now.

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At Relate Dental Care Dentist, we’re committed to delivering outstanding services to you and your family!

Are You Accepting New Patients at Relate Dental Care?

Yes, we are happy to welcome new dental patients from Culver City, West Los Angeles, Mar Vista, Marina Del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Del Rey, Del Rey, Santa Monica, Venice, West Chester, Palms, Baldwin Hills, Inglewood, Ladera Heights and other nearby areas.

What Should I Bring to My First Visit, and How Long Will It Take?

For your first visit at our Culver City dental office, please bring your photo ID, insurance card, and any previous dental records or x-rays you may have. Ease your visit by completing our new patient forms online, streamlining the process, and saving valuable time during your appointment. Your first visit will take about 90 minutes , during which we will perform a comprehensive exam and maybe able to start treatment.

What Are the Parking Options?

We validate the parking for all our patients. You can park in the building's parking lot.

How Often Do I Need to Visit the Dentist for Check-ups and Cleanings?

We recommend that you visit the dentist at the minimum every six months for regular check-ups and cleanings. Doing this will allow us to keep an eye on your oral health, stop dental issues before they start, and make sure your smile stays bright and healthy.

What Languages Are Spoken at Your Dental Practice?

We speak English, Spanish, Farsi, French, and Assyrian at our Culver City dental practice. We take pride in our commitment to serving a diverse community, ensuring every patient feels welcomed, comfortable, and truly understood in our care.

How Do You Keep Up With the Latest Developments and Trends in Dentistry?

We're dedicated to giving you the best dental care out there. This means we always keep up with the newest changes and ideas in dentistry. Plus, we put money into the latest dental tech and tools to make sure your treatments work well, feel good, and are safe.

What Dental Services Do You Offer?

We offer many different dental services to help with what you need. If you need regular dental care, want to make your smile look better, or need urgent dental help, we've got you covered.

What Are the Signs of a Dental Emergency?

Some signs of a dental emergency are severe pain, swelling, infection, bleeding, broken or loose teeth, damage to braces, or injury to the jaw, mouth, or face.

What Should I Do if I Have a Broken or Knocked-out Tooth?

It is important to preserve the tooth or any fragments, rinse them gently, and attempt to reinsert the tooth into its socket. As an interim measure, place the tooth in a container filled with milk or water to maintain its moisture until you can promptly access professional dental care. You should also stop any bleeding with gauze, apply a cold compress, and contact us right away. The sooner you see us, the better the chance of saving your tooth.

How Do Dental Implants Work?

Through the innovative process of dental implants, we seamlessly replace missing teeth with artificial ones that not only mimic the natural look and feel but also restore functionality and confidence to your smile. They have two parts: a metal post that goes into your jawbone and a crown that goes on top of the post. The post acts like a root, and the crown acts like a tooth.

How Do I Take Care of My Dental Implants?

Nurturing your dental implants mirrors the care for your natural teeth. By upholding diligent oral hygiene practices and attending routine dental examinations, you safeguard the durability and peak functionality of your revitalized smile. You should brush and floss daily, visit the dentist regularly, and avoid hard or sticky foods that can damage your implants. You should also avoid smoking, as it can affect your healing and the success of your implants.

How Do You Perform a Tooth Extraction?

Our procedure involves administering local anesthesia to ensure your comfort, followed by a precise incision in your gum to access the tooth. We will then loosen and pull out the tooth with special tools. We will clean the area and place a gauze pad to stop the bleeding.

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