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EVERY SMILE IS WONDERFUL!
EVERY SMILE IS WONDERFUL!
PARTIALS & DENTURES
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
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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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.
A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available — complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.
Complete dentures can be either “conventional” or “immediate.” Made after the teeth have been removed and the gum tissue has begun to heal, a conventional denture is ready for placement in the mouth about eight to 12 weeks after the teeth have been removed.
A removable partial denture or bridge usually consists of replacement teeth attached to a pink or gum-colored plastic base, which is sometimes connected by metal framework that holds the denture in place in the mouth. Partial dentures are used when one or more natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. A fixed bridge replaces one or more teeth by placing crowns on the teeth on either side of the space and attaching artificial teeth to them. This “bridge” is then cemented into place. Not only does a partial denture fill in the spaces created by missing teeth, it prevents other teeth from changing position. A precision partial denture is removable and has internal attachments rather than clasps that attach to the adjacent crowns. This is a more natural-looking appliance.
ARE THERE ALTERNATIVES TO DENTURES?
Yes, dental implants can be used to support cemented bridges, eliminating the need for a denture. The cost is usually greater, but the implants and bridges more closely resemble the feel of real teeth. Dental implants are becoming the alternative to dentures but not everyone is a candidate for implants. Consult your dentist for advice.
DOES INSURANCE COVER THE COST OF DENTURES?
Most dental insurance providers cover some or all of the cost of dentures. However, contact your company to find out the specifics of what they will cover.
HOW ARE DENTURES MADE?
The denture development process takes a few weeks and several appointments. Once your dentist or prosthodontist (a dentist who specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth) determines what type of appliance is best for you, the general steps are to:
- Make a series of impressions of your jaw and take measurements of how your jaws relate to one another and how much space is between them.
- Create models, wax forms, and/or plastic patterns in the exact shape and position of the denture to be made. You will “try in” this model several times and the denture will be assessed for color, shape, and fit before the final denture is cast.
- Cast a final denture
- Adjustments will be made as necessary
WHAT DO NEW DENTURES FEEL LIKE?
New dentures may feel a little odd or loose for a few weeks until the muscles of the cheeks and tongue learn to keep them in place and you get comfortable inserting and removing them. Also, it is not unusual for minor irritation or soreness to occur and for saliva flow to increase when you first start wearing dentures, but these problems will diminish as the mouth adjusts.
WILL DENTURES MAKE ME LOOK DIFFERENT?
Dentures are made to closely resemble your natural teeth so there should be only a small noticeable change in appearance. In fact, dentures may even improve your smile and fill out your facial appearance.
WILL EATING WITH NEW DENTURES BE DIFFICULT?
Eating with new dentures will take a little practice and may be uncomfortable for some wearers for a few weeks. To get used to the new denture, start with soft foods cut into small pieces. Chew slowly using both sides of your mouth. As you get used to new dentures, add other foods until you return to a normal diet. Be cautious with hot or hard foods and sharp-edged bones or shells. And, avoid foods that are extremely sticky or hard. You should also avoid chewing gum while you wear the denture. Also, don’t use toothpicks while wearing dentures.
WILL DENTURES CHANGE HOW I SPEAK?
After getting dentures, you may have difficulty pronouncing certain words. If so, practice by saying the difficult words out loud. With practice and with time you will become accustomed to speaking properly with dentures.
If dentures “click” while you’re talking, contact your dentist. Dentures may occasionally slip when you laugh, cough, or smile. Reposition the dentures by gently biting down and swallowing. If any speaking problem persists, consult your dentist or prosthodontist.
ARE DENTURES WORN 24 HOURS A DAY?
Your dentist or prosthodontist will instruct you as to how long to wear dentures and when to remove them. During the first several days after receiving your denture, you may be asked to wear it all the time, including while you sleep. Although this may be temporarily uncomfortable, it is the quickest way to identify the areas on the denture that may need adjustment. Once adjustments are made, you should remove dentures before going to bed. This allows gum tissues to rest and allows normal stimulation and cleansing by the tongue and saliva. The denture can be put back in the mouth in the morning.
SHOULD I USE A DENTURE ADHESIVE?
A denture adhesive may be considered under the following circumstances:
- To enhance satisfaction with a properly constructed denture. Adhesives enhance retention, stability, bite force, and an individual’s sense of security.
- To assist individuals with dry mouth conditions that lessen denture adherence, such as individuals taking cold medications, those with neurologic disabilities including strokes, and the elderly.
- To provide added stability and security for those who place unusual demands on facial muscles, such as public speakers or musicians.
WHEN SHOULDN’T DENTURE ADHESIVES BE CONSIDERED?
There are situations when denture adhesives should not be used. Those cases include:
- When it is used as a “fix” for ill-fitting or poorly constructed dentures. If dentures begin to feel loose, cause discomfort or cause sores to develop, contact your dentist as soon as possible.
- When a dentist has not evaluated dentures for a long time. Dentures rest on gum tissue and the jawbone, which shrink and deteriorate, respectively, over time. Therefore, the real problem might be a need for a denture adjustment or new dentures.
- When oral hygiene practices cannot be sustained.
- When adhesives have been used for a long time, especially when visits to the dentist are infrequent, and when the frequency and volume of the adhesive use increases. These developments may indicate the need for a denture adjustment or new dentures.
- When any known allergy exists to the adhesive’s ingredients.
HOW ARE DENTURE ADHESIVES APPLIED?
Here are some tips to consider when applying denture adhesives:
- Use the minimum amount necessary to provide the maximum benefit. Apply less than you think you need, and then gradually increase the amount until you feel comfortable.
- Distribute the adhesive evenly on the tissue bearing surface of the denture.
- Apply or reapply when necessary to provide the desired effect.
- Always apply the adhesive to a thoroughly clean denture.
- Remember adhesives work best with a well-fitting denture.
WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF DENTURE ADHESIVES?
- Paste application. Apply this denture adhesive to a dry or preferably wet denture. Avoid placing adhesive close to the denture borders. If the adhesive oozes, use less of the product. For dentures on the upper jaw, apply three short strips of adhesive — or a series of small dots — along the ridge area and one down the center. For dentures on the lower jaw, apply three short strips of adhesive — or a series of small dots — in the center of the ridge area.
- Powder application. Sprinkle a thin, uniform layer throughout the tissue-bearing surface of the denture. Shake off excess powder and press the denture into place. Powders may be preferred over pastes because they are easier to clean off the denture and tissue. In addition, they don’t have the same tendency as pastes do to “shim” (keep the denture away from the tissue).
ARE DENTURE ADHESIVES SAFE?
Dental adhesives are safe as long as they are used as directed. If the denture is well-fitting and the adhesive is only used to give added stability, there should be no ill effects. If adhesives are used excessively to fill voids for an ill-fitting denture, they can be harmful to the underlying soft and hard tissues. Occasionally, in these cases, inflammation of the soft tissues can result. In addition, because of its movement on the soft tissue and underlying bone, an ill-fitting denture can cause bone loss.
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