The following is a brief description of dental health issues that fall under the heading of general and restorative dentistry. Explore this page for a brief overview of general dentistry treatment.

• Dental Implants – an ideal solution for patients missing teeth. Implants are permanently set in the jaw and affixed with replacement teeth, preventing painful shifting in the mouth.

• Dental Crowns – when a tooth is severely damaged or decayed, dental crowns act as a protective cover, strengthening the tooth and reinforcing the jaw.

• Dental Bridges
 – for one or more missing teeth, dental bridges literally "bridge the gap" between remaining teeth, stabilizing the jaw by surrounding those teeth with attractive crowns.

• Dentures – replacing one or more teeth is easier than ever before with the multitude of denture alternatives available to patients. Dentures are now more comfortable and affordable than ever before.

• Root Canal – infected tissues in the tooth pulp can cause severe pain and eventually lead to tooth loss. Root canal therapy is designed to remove infected tissue with the goal of saving the tooth.

• Gum Disease – periodontal disease is characterized by swollen, tender, or bleeding gums. Both early and advanced periodontal disease can be treated with both surgical and non-surgical therapy.

• TMJ Disorders – a misaligned bite, bruxism (teeth grinding), and other factors can put stress on the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). TMJ disorders can be the source of a variety of painful symptoms, from headaches to ear and neck pain.

• Full-Mouth Reconstruction – patients with severe dental problems often require a full-mouth reconstruction. Dentists performing full-mouth reconstructions often draw on both cosmetic and restorative dentistry solutions to improve the health, function, and appearance of the smile.

Family Dentistry Practices

Family dental practices offer general dentistry services geared toward adults as well as preventative care for children. The general dentists who operate these practices are trained to diagnose and treat patients of all ages. They often manage the family's care, and when necessary, refer them to specialists for more involved orthodontic or restorative dentistry treatment.

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General Dentistry

General Dentistry involves the diagnosis of all issues relating to the health and function of the smile.

Cosmetic Dentistry

People choose cosmetic dental procedures for various reasons – to repair a defect.

Teeth Whitening

If you have dull or discolored teeth due to age, coffee or smoking, the cosmetic dental professionals at Lyons Dental Place can help. 

Dental Veneers

Porcelain dental veneers are a beautiful way to correct stained, chipped, or crooked teeth

Pedodontics (Children's Dentistry)

Pedodontics or Pediatric Dentistry refers to a branch of dentistry that specializes in dental care for children.

Dental Implant Restoration

Dental implants can be used to replace a single missing tooth or multiple teeth. If the patient and doctor decide to restore teeth with dentures.

Useful Information

It's Never Too Late For A Great SmileAbout 4.5 million Americans wear braces or other dental appliances to straighten their teeth, according to the American Association of Orthodontists
You and Your DentistThink of the relationship between you and your dentist as a partnership, your dentist can offer a range of dental treatment options.

Our Team is Dedicated to Excellence and Personalized CareThe people behind Lyons Dental Place come to work daily with one thing in mind, a selfless dedication.
We Practice a Disciplined and Advanced Sterilization CodeBecause we have your convenience in mind, we are located right in the center of Santa Clarita in the City of Valencia.