The Best Children's Dentist & Oral Surgeon in Lancaster CA

Excellence in Everything We Do

Welcome to our warm and friendly office located at the heart of Lancaster, California and thank you for visiting our website! As soon as you walk through doors you become a part of our family and receive the best dental care for you and your children. We are open five days a week. Our dental practice is working together to realize a shared vision of uncompromising excellence in dentistry.

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About Our Family Office

Pediatric Dentistry Clinic Lancaster CA

Pediatric Dentist

Our team of highly trained dental specialists uses state of the art dental technologies coupled with a genuine commitment to our patients' wellbeing. We thoroughly evaluate & treat all of the contributing root factors related to your issue. Dental Specialty Care serves patients in Lancaster and in the surrounding local communities of Palmdale, Desert View Highlands, Acton, little Rock, Quartz Hill, Llano, Edwards Air Force Base, and the entire Antelope Valley in California.

 

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Our Specialties

Children's Dentistry
Our pediatric dentists treat infants to teenagers
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Wisdom teeth removal is the most well-known type of oral surgery
Dental Implants
Dental implant improving quality of life and overall appearance
Gum Grafts
Gum grafts can help reduce gum recession and bone loss
Periodontal Microtherapy
A tailor made gum disease treatment
Frenectomy
The removal of tissue or muscle connecting the lips, cheek or tongue to the jawbone

Meet Our Team

Dr. Miles Madison

Dr. Miles Madison

Periodontist

Dr. Madison is a periodontist and a dental implant specialist with 20 years of experience in the field.

Dr. Marissa Faeldan-Suarez

Dr. Marissa Faeldan-Suarez

Pediatric Dentist

Dr. Faeldan-Suarez obtained her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at The University of California, Los Angeles.

Dr. Ramin Shabtaie

Dr. Ramin Shabtaie

Oral Surgeon

Dr. Shabtaie uses only the best in dental implants from the most reputable dental implant manufacturers.

Dr. Florian Thompson

Dr. Florian Thompson

Children & Adult Dentistry

Dr. Thompson has been a pediatric dentist for over 30 years and is bilingual in English and Spanish.

A family dental practice offering excellent and loving dental care
at the heart of Lancaster, California.

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What Our Patients Say

Medi-Cal & Insurance Accepted

Clear Ceramic Braces

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

Clear Ceramic Braces

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

Clear Ceramic Braces

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

Clear Ceramic Braces

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

Clear Ceramic Braces

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

Clear Ceramic Braces

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance