Are you often hiding your smile because you have missing, chipped or discolored teeth? You aren’t alone! The good news is, plenty of safe cosmetic treatments exist to help you achieve a more confident smile.
At Premier Dental Center Universal City, we offer a number of cosmetic options and can correct a number of issues from eliminating extra space between teeth to removing stains from teeth.Learn More
If you are experiencing tooth pain, you may be tempted to ignore it in hopes it disappears. But in many cases, waiting to address an issue can often result in a more serious issue, like tooth loss. Pain can be a symptom of a larger problem and delaying a trip to the dentist could leave you with regret.Learn More
If you are missing a tooth (or multiple teeth), you aren’t alone! Many Americans hide their smiles because they are self-conscious about their incomplete smile. But there’s a safe and effective solution: dental implants. Implants are the next best thing to natural teeth and they provide a permanent, fixed solution to one or more missing teeth.Learn More
Invisalign® is an orthodontic treatment system that corrects bite and alignment discrepancies using a series of clear aligners instead of conventional metal brackets and arch wires. This is an ideal method of creating a beautifully aligned smile without others noticing that you’re in orthodontic treatment.Learn More
Your child’s smile is constantly changing, but regular brushing, flossing and dental cleanings should remain consistent. At Premier Dental Center Universal City we provide gentle children’s dentistry services to put your child at ease. Our office welcomes children of all ages. At the first appointment, we always address dental development and start your child on the path to lifelong oral health.Learn More
Getting a tooth removed obviously isn’t a fun activity, but if you need an extraction, it’s nothing to be worried about. It’s a routine, low-risk procedure that is relatively painless.
Many extractions can be handled by a dentist, but in some cases, you may need to see an oral surgeon. Once your tooth is extracted, it doesn’t take very long to heal.Learn More