Tooth Colored Fillings

White, or “tooth-colored” fillings are a dramatic improvement over the mercury-based metal fillings of the past.  A skilled cosmetic dentist can use resin composite material to custom-shape fillings that match… Read More

Tooth Whitening

Among cosmetic dentistry procedures, tooth whitening is perhaps the most cost effective and rapid way to dramatically change the appearance of one’s smile. With tooth whitening performed in a the… Read More

Smile Makeover

Smile design, often referred to as a smile makeover, involves the combination of any number of cosmetic or restorative dentistry procedures to dramatically improve or enhance the appearance of a… Read More

Porcelain Veneers

The application of porcelain veneers is perhaps the most popular smile makeover treatment performed in cosmetic dentistry.  Veneers are thin shells of tooth-colored porcelain that are custom-fitted over the front… Read More


Many patients, especially adults, are unhappy with the crooked appearance of their teeth but do not want to wear traditional braces.  Not only do traditional, metal braces affect the appearance… Read More


Over time, gum disease, decay, and accidents can cause a person to lose his or her teeth. When a patient is missing one or more teeth, dentures are often the… Read More

Dental Crowns

When a tooth is damaged beyond what fillings, dental bonding, or porcelain veneers can repair, a dental crown, also known as a dental cap, is often the best remedy.  A… Read More

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding, completed with a tooth-colored resin composite material painted directly onto the tooth surface, is an excellent way to repair both cosmetic and structural flaws in the teeth. The… Read More

Wadia Dental Group Response to COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, Wadia Dental Group is taking precautions to ensure the safety of our patients and staff, while we are committed to ensure the continuity of exceptional dental care.


In order to establish everyone’s safety, all of our patients will be screened prior to entering the office. Body temperature will be taken with our contactless thermometer, and every patient will be asked to use hand sanitizer. We will also be limiting the number of patients allowed to enter our practice at any given time.


As always our office follows the strictest sterilization and sanitation guidelines, and to this end we have installed Intellipure Ultrafine air purifiers which are designed to trap microorganisms and capture particles down to 0.007 micron in size. This treatment renders the environment germ free. Our team is also increasing sanitation efforts by routinely wiping down all door handles and by staying up to date with guidelines set forth by CDC and the California Dental Association.


Despite these measures, we still ask any patient with flu-like symptoms to stay home, as we do not want to jeopardize the health of our patients or staff. It is our top priority to keep patients and staff members safe, while continuing to offer premier care for our community.