How Long will this last?

As a dentist, that is one of the top 5 questions I get asked every day.  How long will my crown, filling, root canal etc… last?  Is this investment I’m making going to be worth it long term?

I totally understand, because dental care can cost thousands of dollars and you want to make sure that it’s an investment and not just throwing money out the window.  

Well, the answer to that question is ….. “I don’t know”.  It depends on sooooo many factors and it’s something in your mouth so no one else has any control over how well it is taken care of.

But what I can offer you is a guarantee.  That’s right, a dentist is offering you a guarantee.   I offer a guarantee to my patients as long as they maintain their regual cleaning appointments.  I will redo fillings, crowns and even implants if they fail or break.  I promise.

I hope this helps to bring you some peace of mind that the work done by us at will be an investment and not just money down the drain.




Here’s our warranty:


 We are proud of our dental services and we stand behind what we do.  That is why we offer this limited dental warranty for work performed in our office.  Warranty applies to normal use and normal wear and tear. 

 Crowns, bridges, inlays and onlays

We will replace all crowns, inlays, onlays and veneer within five (5) years of placement if they break or fracture with normal use.


If your fillings break or fracture with normal use within the first two (2) years of initial placement, we will re do them at no charge.

 Dental Implants

If your dental implant fails within a period of one (1) year after initial surgical placement, we will replace or redo the implant at no charge.  The only exception is for patients with diabetic conditions that go from controlled to uncontrolled.

 Conditions of this warranty

 To keep this warranty you must

  1. Keep your prescribed continuing care appointments (with no appointment varying more than two weeks of the recommended schedule)
  2. Maintain your account in good standing
  3. Have all of your recommended treatment including use of occlusal guards if indicated.

 This warranty does not apply to anything not mentioned above including root canal therapy, desensitization treatment and does not cover damage caused by accidents, trauma, neglect or improper use. ( grinding, clenching, chewing on ice or biting on non food items)


Los Angeles Dental Clinic

2500 Wilshire Blvd #1100

LA, CA, 90057


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