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  • Zak Dental

    When you visit Zak Dental, we will devote our time to understand your concerns, expectations and dental history.

    Using interactive and state of the art dental technology, such as intra-oral cameras and magnified digital x-rays, we will educate you about your dental health.

    We have several dental offices throughout the area, including offices in Agoura Hills, Downey, Long Beach, San Diego, Covina/San Dimas, Simi Valley, Temecula, Valencia, Ventura, North Park, Santa Barbara, Whittier/La Mirada, California and you can visit any of our of dental offices to receive quality, patient-oriented affordable dental care.

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  • Tissue Conditioning

    Tissue conditioning is a dental procedure used to improve the health and condition of the soft tissues (gums) in the mouth, particularly in areas where dentures or other dental prostheses will be placed.

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  • Therapeutic Pulpotomy

    A therapeutic pulpotomy is a dental procedure performed permanent on primary (baby) teeth to treat extensive decay or injury that affects the pulp tissue (the innermost part of the tooth containing nerves and blood vessels). The goal of a pulpotomy is to remove infected or damaged tissue, alleviate pain, and preserve the vitality and function of the tooth.

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  • Surgical Removal of Residual Root Tips

    The surgical removal of residual root tips is a dental procedure performed to extract any remaining portions of a tooth’s roots that may be left in the jawbone after a tooth extraction. This situation can occur when a tooth is broken or decayed, and the dentist cannot remove the entire tooth in a single piece.

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  • Surgical Extraction

    Surgical extraction is a dental procedure that involves the removal of a tooth that cannot be easily accessed or extracted with a simple extraction method. This type of extraction is often necessary for various reasons, including impacted teeth, broken teeth, or teeth with complex root structures.

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  • Soft Tissue Impaction

    Soft tissue impaction refers to a condition where a tooth, typically a wisdom tooth (third molar), is partially or fully covered by the gum tissue, making it difficult to fully emerge or erupt into its proper position. This type of impaction is different from bony impaction, where the tooth is partially or fully covered by jawbone.

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  • Simple Extraction with Local Anesthesia

    A simple tooth extraction is a common dental procedure performed to remove a tooth that is visible in the mouth and is not complicated. Local anesthesia is typically used to numb the area around the tooth to ensure the patient’s comfort during the procedure.

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  • Scaling and Root Planing

    Scaling and root planing (SRP) is a common dental procedure used to treat gum disease (periodontitis). It involves cleaning the teeth below the gumline to remove plaque, tartar, and bacteria that can contribute to gum inflammation and infection.

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  • Root Canal, Molar

    A Root Canal, Molar is a dental procedure that involves removing the pulp (the soft inner tissue) of a tooth when it becomes infected or damaged. The pulp chamber and root canals are cleaned, disinfected, and sealed to prevent further infection.

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  • Root Canal, Bicuspid

    A Root Canal Bicuspid is a dental procedure that involves removing the pulp of a tooth when it becomes infected or damaged. The pulp is the innermost part of the tooth that contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue.

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