EVERY SMILE IS WONDERFUL!
MAKE EVERY SMILE COUNT
EVERY SMILE IS WONDERFUL!
EVERY SMILE IS WONDERFUL!
MAKE EVERY SMILE COUNT
EVERY SMILE IS WONDERFUL!
Why chose Crossroads Dental?
- Advanced training & extensive expertise
Decades of expertise in perfect painless dentistry
Thousands of bridges, crowns & cosmetic procedures
PREMIER provider of Invisalign & other specialties
- Best-in-class dentistry
Amazing lead dentist, she is skilled and compassionate
Amazing In-house specialists
Only the best materials, technology & procedures
- You are the center of attention
Our focus is your care & your smile
Patients love us! See Yelp & Google
Dr. Rosi Shrestha is the best Dentist, She is very caring & experience. Office staffs are awesome. I highly recommend to her make your family Dentist.
G: Suren s.
My son had an accidents while ridding his bike and knocked down a tooth, luckily Doctor Rosi was there to help him. She is the best doctor in town, highly recommended and trustworthy. She not only took care of my son professionally but emotionally. We love her.
Dr. Shresthra is an amazing dentist.. I was really having a bad toothache and I was able to just text her and let her know my issues.. she saw me right away and I was so thankful for that.. The staff is very accommodating and efficient and very friendly.. even after my procedure the staff and even Dr. Shresthra herself called and texted to see how I was doing..Here, they know you by name not just as a patient.. and that's the reason why my family love coming here.
Having "a few" years of not visiting a dentist, I was referred to Dr. Rosi. Dreading the experience, Dr. Rosi was very down to earth and we had a good time laughing at my own doing of needing an extra extra deep cleaning. The techs are funny and made my time there enjoyable. Dr. Rosi's bed side manner, should make it easy for me to come in regularly and not wait for another "extra extra cleaning"! Thank you Dr. Rosi.
Rosi Shrestha is a caring, compassionate human and a great dentist. She truly cares about her patients and is dedicated to her craft. It's never easy going to the dentist but here at Crossroads it makes going a lot less stressful. My family and I have been going to her since my kids were very young when she was in the Marina. So happy that she has her own practice .She benefits many people with her true dedication and professionalism.
I highly recommend this office. I had a great experience during my visit and I already made my follow up appointment before leaving the office. If you feel uncomfortable or hesitate towards visiting the dentist do yourself a favor and visit this office. Dr. Shrestha is patient, thorough and kind.
G: Jenna F.
The best dental experience! Finally a fantastic female dentist who can work with my schedule. So pleased with the professional caring and experienced staff.
Dr. Rosi is amazing. I followed her from her previous practice and there are a hundred reasons for it. Never have I had such a sweet, kind, and caring dentist...and I am a huge baby with a low threshold for pain. Dr. Rosi does everything she can to assure me when I'm there, and to be very gentle with me. No better dentist in the Torrance/South Bay area.
FB:Traci Jean G.S.
Dr Rosi is amazing. This the best dental clinic i have ever been to. Everyone here is so friendly especially Dr. Rosi, the way she takes care of you is so well that for a moment you will forget that you are in dental clinic. I highly recommend this place.
I love Dr. Shrestha, been her patient since before she moved to crossroads. The new facility is clean and the front desk people are very nice! I get great advice and help always. Will continue coming here for my dental visits.
Had a experience there, staff is extreamly friendly and nice. My daughter did not shed one tear, Dr. Rosi was extreamly gentle with her and made it fun for her. She is ready to go back already. Over all I highly recommend it. I will definetly continue my business here
G: Eilene M.
Dr. Rosi is really friendly and professional. I love to have my teeth clean there ever since I have my veneer teeth done with Dr. Rosi. She and her friendly staffs make me feel welcome and comfortable. I would recommend anyone to go there and let Dr. Rosi take care of your teeth.
Dr. Shrestha is the most caring, careful wonderful dentist in the world. I was never able to even have my teeth cleaned without having nitrous oxide. Because I was so afraid she let me have it the first few times I had small procedures. She gently broke me of a bad habit. I had quite a bit of work without it. I would recommend her for any age any type of work. I am over 60 and have had many dentists in my life - I trust her completely.
This is one of the best dental office I have been to- Staff are extremely welcoming- They are flexible to accomodate me on saturdays - I usually am very nervous going to doctors but here the dentist and the staff make me feel very comfortable. They made no interest payment plan for me -Yancy in front explained me all the treatment. Very happy with all my dental work till now.I look forward to getting invisalign in near future .
You want healthy white smile with no pain , this is the place you need to visit .
I found a flyer in T Mobile. Made a appointment and from that first visit I so glad I found Dr Rosi. She is everything I want in a dentist. knowledgeable and caring. The staff is so nice and helpful.
In an Emergency, stay calm. Focus on stopping the bleeding and protecting the injured tooth or area by following the appropriate instructions in this section.
Never take aspirin or ibuprofen for a dental emergency because they are anticoagulants which can cause excessive bleeding. To alleviate pain, take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
Injuries to your teeth and gums can result in infection or other complications — so make sure you see your Dentist.
If your emergency is life-threatening, dial 911 for Emergency Medical Services or go immediately to a hospital emergency room.
Severe Pain. The most common causes are debris lodged under the gum line, a lost filling or crown, a cracked or broken tooth, or an infection. Only a thorough examination by your Dentist can determine the underlying cause of severe pain.
Until you see your Dentist, apply ice to the painful area for 10-20 minutes of every hour. To alleviate pain, take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
Possible Broken Jaw. Do not move your jaw. Secure your jaw in place with a handkerchief, necktie, or towel tied around the jaw and over the top of the head. Use cold compresses to reduce swelling.
Go to the emergency room immediately.
Teeth Debris between Teeth. Carefully insert a piece of dental floss (never a sharp or pointed object) between your teeth. Be gentle so you do not cut the gum tissue. If you are unable to remove the object, see your dentist right away.
Chipped or Broken Tooth. It may be possible to reattach the pieces to your tooth – only your Dentist can tell you for sure. Take the following steps and see your Dentist right away. Remember to take the pieces with you.
Rinse your mouth with warm water to clean it. Apply gauze to area using firm pressure to stop the bleeding. Try to find the chipped or broken tooth pieces.
When bleeding stops, apply cold compress to injured area to minimize swelling. If bleeding does not stop after 10 minutes of constant, firm pressure, see dentist or go to the emergency room.
For the chipped or broken tooth
Save the tooth’s pieces and rinse the pieces.
If the tooth’s pieces are dirty, place a towel or dishcloth in a sink (so the pieces cannot fall into the drain), and gently rinse them.
Place the pieces in a small container and cover them with milk, water with a pinch of salt, or saliva from the injured person.
Knocked-Out of A Child’s Baby Tooth. Call your dentist right away. If the child’s baby tooth is completely knocked out, chances are it cannot be re-implanted. If this happens, the missing tooth will be replaced naturally when the child’s permanent (adult) tooth grows in.
Knocked-Out of A Permanent (Adult) Tooth. You have a 1-2 hour window in which your tooth has a chance for re-implantation – only your Dentist can tell you for sure. Take the following steps and see your Dentist right away. Remember to take your protected tooth with you.
For the Injured Person:
Rinse mouth with warm water to clean it. Apply gauze and use firm pressure to stop the bleeding. Try to find missing tooth.
When bleeding stops, apply a cold compress to injured area to minimize swelling. If bleeding does not stop after 10 minutes of constant, firm pressure, see your dentist or go to the emergency room.
Place the tooth in a small container and cover it with milk, water with a pinch of salt, or saliva from the injured person.
For the broken tooth:
Hold the tooth only by its crown (the enamel, visible portion). If the tooth or root is dirty, place a towel or dishcloth in a sink (so the tooth cannot fall into the drain), and gently rinse the tooth and root but DO NOT SCRUB it or remove any gum tissue that may still be attached to the root.
If possible, gently place the tooth back into its gum socket facing the correct direction (making sure that you do not force the tooth back in place). If this is not possible, place the tooth in a small container and cover the tooth in milk, water with a pinch of salt, or saliva from the injured person.
Lost Filling or Crown. Schedule an appointment with your dentist. You can relieve pain caused by air in contact with the exposed part of your tooth by using clove oil (available over-the-counter in pharmacies and supermarkets). Just dip a cotton swab in clove oil and apply it to the exposed part of your tooth. Putting an ice pack on your face over the area that hurts also may relieve the pain.
If you found the filling, put it in a safe place and take it with you when you see your dentist.
To make your tooth more comfortable, fill the hole in your tooth with tooth wax or cement (available over-the-counter at your pharmacy). Do not use any household adhesives in your mouth.
If you found the crown, you may temporarily replace it yourself until you see your dentist.
Gently clean any debris from the inside of your crown.
To the inside of your crown, apply denture adhesive, dental cement or toothpaste before slipping the crown back in place to protect your tooth.
Toothache. Clean your mouth out by rinsing thoroughly with warm water. Gently floss around the tooth to remove any food particles that may be trapped between your teeth or just under your gum line. If your tooth continues to hurt, see your dentist as soon as possible.
Gums and Soft Tissues Bitten Tongue or Lip
A small cut (less than 1/4 inch) is likely to heal itself.
Carefully wipe the area clean with gauze or a cloth. Apply a cold compress, ice pack, or small bag of frozen fruit or vegetables to the area to minimize swelling.
If the cut is larger than 1/4 inch, or if bleeding does not stop after 10 minutes of cold treatment, go to the emergency room.
Burned Roof of Mouth. Eating very hot food (like pizza) can burn the roof of your mouth. These painful sores and blisters typically heal on their own. If they have not healed after 10 days, see your dentist. In the meantime, use warm salt water rinses (1/8 of a teaspoon in 8 ounces of water) after meals to keep the area clean. If pain relief is needed use a topical oral anesthetic (found over-the-counter at your pharmacy). You can also take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
Mouthsores. If your mouth sores are caused by having new braces, apply a topical anesthetic (available over-the-counter at your pharmacy). To alleviate pain, take acetaminophen as directed on the packaging label.
Pain, Swelling, or Abscess. See your dentist right away because gum pain or swelling can be the symptoms of an abscess (infection) that forms in gum tissue or in a tooth’s root and the area that surrounds it. There are many reasons why gums can swell, become painful, or abscess. Only a thorough exam by your Dentist can identify the underlying cause.
If the abscess ruptures, you may experience a sudden rush of foul-smelling and foul-tasting fluid from the swollen or painful area. Rinse your mouth with warm water immediately.