(626) 359-8300
831 E. Huntington Dr., Ste. 201
Monrovia, CA 91016

Comprehensive Dentistry

Comprehensive dentistry involves the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of general conditions affecting the teeth, gums and jaw. We focus on quality preventive care because it enables us to diagnose and treat problems while they’re still small and utilize more conservative treatment plans. Early diagnosis also reduces your risk of needing more complex and expensive treatment in the future.

General & Preventive Dental Treatments

Find out more about comprehensive dentistry

Back to Top ↑
Comprehensive dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

At Monrovia Dental Care, we believe that an attractive smile is important for a healthy self-image. Studies show that having a healthy, confident smile can enhance your self-esteem and help you make better first impressions. Even subtle cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening and tooth-colored fillings can completely change the way you feel about your smile!

Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Find out more about cosmetic dentistry

Back to Top ↑
Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Many of the things we take for granted with our natural teeth, from smiling and talking to eating the foods we love, can become easier again with restorative dentistry. We offer a variety of restorative dental treatments that will give your smile a second chance.

Restorative Dental Treatments

Find out more about restorative dentistry

Back to Top ↑
Sedation Dentistry

Anxiety-Free Dentistry with Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a colorless blend of oxygen and nitrous oxide gases with a pleasant smell and taste. Inhaling nitrous oxide creates a sense of well-being and relaxation, which can help individuals who experience anxiety or fear about dental treatment feel more at ease. Nitrous oxide increases your pain threshold and, when necessary, makes the administration of anesthetic injections more comfortable. It is also helpful for patients who have a strong gag reflex that interferes with dental treatment.

Find out more about periodontal treatments

Back to Top ↑
Periodontal Care

Periodontal (Gum) Care

According to the American Academy of Periodontology, gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults over age 35. If your gums feel tender, look red and swollen or bleed every time you floss, you could be at risk. Untreated gum disease has been linked to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke, so it’s important to keep up with your biannual dental checkups and cleanings.

Gum disease used to require surgery more often than not. While surgery is sometimes still the best option, we can now treat many cases with less invasive techniques such as local antibiotics, deep cleanings and medicated rinses.

Periodontal Treatments

Find out more about periodontal treatments

Back to Top ↑