Modern Dentistry expands in reach beyond your teeth, to your total health. Advances in the science of complete dentistry have taught us how to balance the bite in a natural position to help stop tooth wear and alleviate years of discomfort. Occlusal dentists balances the bite and relaxes the jaw for an optimal physiological position. Over 100 years of research and clinical experience have shown this to be effective in treating patients with tooth wear and head and neck pain.Who is Affected?
We take a comprehensive approach to oral health. That’s why a regular exam with us includes a complete assessment of the state of your teeth and gums as well as an oral cancer screening and a look at the balance and function of your bite. The heath of your smooth can affect the health of your entire body- all the more reason to catch and treat problems early!Advanced Gum Care
We use a variety of techniques to make periodontal treatments gentler and more effective. It is estimated that 85% of...Read More
Today’s Aesthetic dentistry is more natural looking, stronger, and more convenient than ever before. Rebuilding and reinforcing worn, fractured or decayed teeth results in stunning smiles that most eyes cannot distinguish from the real thing. And many of these procedures can be done in one day.
Although the amazing advantages in aesthetic dentistry will leave you with a breathtakingly smile, the focus of this existing field is really on your smile’s health. From...Read More
Your mouth talks to your body! Yes, good oral hygiene can play a major role in reducing your risk for serious health problems including heart disease, high blood pressure, respiratory issues, diabetes, and even stroke. That is because good oral hygiene is an effective weapon for preventing gum disease, which can be a primary cause of declining health. If your gums bleed when you brush or floss, or if you have bad breath or loose teeth, you likely have gum inflammation that is affecting the rest of your...Read More
What if you could have straighter, white teeth in less time, for less cost and with less discomfort than traditional braces? You can with Invisalign!
Invisalign is a metal-free, almost invisiible aligning syste that straightens teeth quickly and effeciently without metal braces, significantly reducing the negative impact on your smile. The Invisalign treatment consists of a series of removable custom aligning trays that the dentist replaces every few weeks as the teeth gently move into their new...Read More
Our Vision statement is simple: Peaceful, Proactive, Productive for patient first, team next, then me. We focus on making you the priority and making your visit as peaceful and comfortable as possible. Whether it means trust, efficiency, comfort or all three, we strive to help you get healthy in the best way for each of you.
Dental Technology has played a big role in making this possible and achievable for most patients. Intra Oral Imaging, CEREC, Oral Sedation, and Chairside comforts (coffee and...Read More
If you find yourself snoring loudly at night, sleepy during the daytime, or waking frequently at night due to breathlessness, you may be one of the many people who suffer from sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is characterized by occasional blockage of air to your trachea. Even though this may seem like a minor condition, it is important to receive treatments that will ease your breathing. Dr. Mark Galli provides different solutions to treat sleep apnea for patients who live near Encinitas.What is sleep...Read More
The Temporomandibular Joint, or TMJ is a complex musculo-skeletal hinge joint that connects your lower jaw to your skull and allows your jaw to rotate and function for speaking, eating, and normal activities. When you have pain or discomfort to chewing, stress, eating, or if you hear clicking sounds when you move your jaw, this may indicate a problem with the joint. Pain, an uneven bite, headaches, or grinding are often associated with a dental disorder known as TMJ Disorder or Temporomandibular Joint...Read More