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    About Dr. Amy's Dental Office - Your Dentist in Thousand Oaks

    Looking for a dentist in Thousand Oaks near 91360? Dr. Amy and our highly skilled dental team is happy to provide complete dental care to patients in Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360 and the surrounding Simi Valley, Moorpark, Westlake, Agoura Hills, and Calabasas areas.

    Getting an appointment at any dental office can be stressful, but there are several ways you can make your visit more pleasant and easier on yourself. Here at Dr. Amy's Dental Office, we make sure you feel welcomed, relaxed, and most importantly safe.

    To properly prepare for your next visit, be sure to brush and floss your teeth daily in order to remove food particles and plaque that may possibly lead to tooth decay - if not maintained.

    Next, schedule your dental appointments ahead of time so you’re not left in limbo waiting for a cancellation or last minute opening.

    Finally, be sure to arrive 15 minutes early so you can meet with the dentist before your actual appointment time. This way, if there are any concerns, they may be properly addressed.

    These small steps will help you get through your dental appointments without undue stress and anxiety. Our staff works very hard to make sure your visit with our Thousand Oaks dental office is the most convenient, effective, and educational when it comes to your dental care. We want you to leave with a bright, healthy, and happy smile. More importantly, we want you to feel safe. Especially during these challenging times, we take preventive measures to ensure everyone feels safe. Searching for a dentist near you? If you are in Oak Park, Camarillo, Simi Valley, Moorpark, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills or the surrounding areas, contact our dentist near 91360 today!

    Flexible Scheduling

    Our Thousand Oaks dentist office near you is open as early as 8 am Monday through Friday to better accommodate your schedule. We also take same-day appointments for dental emergency care from our emergency dentist.

    Advanced Technology

    Our local Thousand Oaks, CA dental office uses the latest in dental technology for safe and effective treatment for all of our patients, including laser dentistry and digital x-rays.

    In-House Implant Specialist

    We have an experienced dental implant specialist that works in-house, so you can restore your smile at one location; no referrals necessary.

    15+ Years of Experience

    Dr. Amy has over 15 years of experience, so when you visit our Thousand Oaks dental office, you're always in capable hands!

    Our Services

    Zoom! Teeth Whitening

    Improve the brightness of your smile in just one visit to our office! In less than an hour, achieve sparkling pearly whites with our Zoom! Teeth Whitening treatment.

    Invisalign

    A popular, discreet alternative to traditional braces, Invisalign is an amazing orthodontic treatment in the form of custom, clear aligners that can help improve the alignment of your beautiful smile.

    Dental Implants

    Our Thousand Oaks, CA dental office is home to an in-house dental implant specialist who can restore your missing teeth with completely customized dental implants!

    FAQ

    Why Is Good Oral Hygiene Important?

    If you are one of those people who takes good care of your teeth, brushing twice a day and flossing every night, then you should be proud of yourself. It’s not just about aesthetics; it’s about taking care of your body. Your mouth is home to millions of bacteria that may cause dental problems if they aren’t controlled. Even if you take great care to clean up after yourself, it only takes an hour or two to have food remnants on your teeth that can eventually lead to cavities. And cavities can turn into expensive dental work or even infections that spread throughout your body, causing serious damage... or even death! That is why it is important to visit your dentist at least 2-3 times a year.

    First Visit to a Dental Office

    If you’re looking for a good dentist, it can be hard to know where to go. The staff at Dr. Amy's office in Thousand Oaks is highly trained. We also understand first impressions are important. How should you prepare for your first visit?

    The best way to prepare for your first visit is to gather as much information as possible, ahead of time. What type of insurance do they take? How close is it to your home. The dental office's website should contain a lot of valuable information, so it's important to visit the website first.

    The website should contain an overview of services offered, hours, location, insurance and financing options. You also want to check the About Us page, so you can learn more about the staff and their overall style.

    Check out any reviews on review sites such as Yelp and Google Business Profile, and make sure it is full of positive feedback. These can help you understand which dental practices in your area provide exceptional service. You can also call up your dentist’s office before you make an appointment and ask any questions you have about procedures or costs in advance. This will give you more time to consider if it’s a good fit for you.

    The dental office should want to make you feel welcome, and overall... safe.

    What Exactly Is Invisalign?

    Invisalign is a clear dental orthodontic appliance that looks like a mouth guard. It’s actually quite amazing and does wonders. A dentist or orthodontist will recommend Invisalign to patients who need an alternative to metal braces. It's typically recommended for adults, but children and teenagers can also benefit highly from using it. The aligners are made from thermoplastic material that is compressed under high pressure and cooled down into solid form before they're placed in your mouth. Typically, for patients who have worn their aligners for at least 22 hours per day, six days per week for two weeks or more, an orthodontist or dentist can assess whether it's time to move on to the next set of aligners—or if another two weeks is required first.

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