Our Dental Services in Encinitas

Bridge and Dentures

Dentures and bridges restore oral function following the loss of multiple teeth. If you have lost an entire dental arch, Dr. Sherry Vakilian can provide you with a custom denture

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry blends art and science to enhance the beauty of your smile. If you have dreamed of having white and symmetrical teeth, Dr. Sherry Vakilian and the team

Preventative Dentistry

At Dental Solutions of Encinitas, we believe that preventative dentistry is one of the most important services any dentist can offer.Twice-a-year exams, cleanings, sealants

Dental Veneers

Have you ever desired a head-turning “Hollywood” smile? There’s a reason why celebrities turn to veneers to deliver drastic cosmetic results.

Crowns Inlays and Onlays

Following your restorative treatment at Dental Solutions of Encinitas, an inlay, onlay, or dental crown may be placed to restore strength to your tooth.

Tooth Extractions

The need for tooth extraction can result from trauma, an impacted tooth, infection, abscess, advanced decay, or other dental problems. Not all teeth are extracted

Invisalign

Invisalign has become the orthodontic treatment of choice for many dentists and patients. The advanced technology uses clear aligner trays to gently nudge teeth

General Dentistry

When we think of common dental procedures, many of those treatments (deep cleanings, cavity treatments, fillings) fall under general dentistry.

Teeth Whitening

Age, diet, and other factors can leave teeth looking tarnished and discolored. Teeth whitening treatments safely remove stains and leave teeth looking bright and healthy.

Dental Bonding

Dental imperfections like chips or gaps can leave you feeling self-conscious about your smile. To address minor cosmetic flaws, Dr. Sherry Vakilian offers a non-invasive cosmetic

Dental Implants

Are you dissatisfied with the performance of your prosthetic? Many patients are turning to the superior support that dental implants provide.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canals are commonly performed to preserve your natural tooth following the spread of advanced infection. If you have an advanced cavity