Tooth decay, tooth pain, damaged teeth, and other dental concerns can be addressed and resolved in our Los Altos, CA dentist office. Dr. Ken Schweifler has advanced training in many aspects of dentistry and over 15 years of experience treating all types of dental concerns from the common to the complex.
It is important to seek treatment for a dental problem as soon as possible to avoid permanent damage and the need for more invasive restorative dental care. If you are suffering from poor oral health and would like to restore your smile we welcome you to schedule a visit and experience the difference that our personalized, health-centered dentistry can offer.
Do you have chipped, cracked, or worn teeth?
Damaged teeth or teeth that appear flat or worn should be evaluated and repaired to stabilize the health of your smile. Dr. Schweifler offers a range of treatment options to meet your needs and will work with you to restore health, function, and beauty to your smile.
Do you have gums that bleed?
Bleeding gums are often the sign of developing or existing gum disease, an infection of the gums that can progress if untreated. We offer periodontal therapy and personalized oral hygiene to treat the signs and symptoms of gum disease. Our team will work with you on an individual basis to manage chronic gum disease and any risk factors you may have.
Do you have crooked teeth?
Crooked teeth or malocclusion can create dental problems beyond the aesthetics of your smile. Teeth that are crooked increase the incidence of decay, gum disease, and bite problems. Dr. Schweifler is a Los Altos Invisalign provider. He can develop a treatment plan using clear aligners to reposition the teeth for a healthier, more comfortable, and beautiful smile. Invisalign is available for teens and adults and can be used to discreetly address a range of concerns including orthodontic relapse.
Do you have missing teeth?
One or more missing teeth can cause a wide range of cosmetic concerns and dental health problems. Dr. Schweifler provides individualized restorative dental care for the replacement of your missing teeth. He places all types of dental implants for the most natural function and a lasting, stable outcome.
Do you grind your teeth?
Many patients do not realize they grind their teeth until they visit the dentist and are alerted to the common signs. Teeth that are chipped or cracked in the absence of trauma, flat or worn teeth, and changes in the fit of the bite can be signs of frequent teeth grinding or jaw clenching. Dr. Schweifler has advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of bite problems and the effects of teeth grinding. He can help you to minimize the damage that can be caused by teeth grinding with a custom mouth guard to be worn at night.