15595 Los Gatos Blvd Suite A, Los Gatos, CA 95032


Cleanings and Preventive Dentistry

At Sheryl Ng, D.D.S. Inc. we believe that preventive care is the foundation of a healthy smile. Good oral hygiene protects more than just your smile, however: healthy teeth and gums promote good heart health and support the overall health of your entire body. Poor oral hygiene can lead to pain, cavities and tooth loss, conditions that negatively impact your daily life and can harm self-esteem in both adults and children. Regular cleanings and check-ups can prevent problems from occurring and keep minor problems from becoming serious ones.

Cosmetic Dentistry

If nature didn't give you the smile of your dreams, our team of experts can! From teeth whitening to dental implants, our dedicated professionals stay current on all the latest technologies to give you the smile you deserve. Porcelain veneers, fixed bridges, tooth reshaping and dental bonding are just a few of the options available to give you the perfect smile and the confidence to show it off.

Composite Resins

If cavities or dark fillings in your teeth keep you from smiling, consider composite resin fillings. They maintain your natural tooth color since composite resins are not made of metal and shades can be blended and mixed shades for a perfect match. Further, the tooth/composite bond actually supports the remaining tooth structure that you have, keeping breakage at bay and insulating against temperature changes. They last seven to ten years. Best of all, composite resins allow us to keep more of your natural tooth structure intact.

Some patients experience mild and temporary post-placement sensitivity. We caution that coffee, tea, and other staining foods and beverages such as coffee, tea, red wine, and dark berries may discolor your composites unless have them coated with a clear plastic sealant.


Crowns, also known as caps, can return strength to a tooth worn down by damage. They are designed to fit snugly over an existing tooth, and function just like real teeth. They also protect teeth from further damage. Once a crown is in place, you can care for it just as you would your natural teeth. Crowns are generally made from porcelain, pressed metal, or precious metal. All-ceramic crowns are popular with patients and dentists.

Fixed Bridge

If you’ve lost teeth due to accident, injury, or gum disease, we can create a permanent bridge to restore your solid smile. A bridge is a prosthetic tooth (or teeth) that attaches on one or both sides to teeth prepared with dental crowns. With proper care, a fixed bridge can last up to a decade. A fixed bridge is permanently joined onto the neighboring crowned teeth. If there are no healthy neighboring abutment teeth available, a dental implant, may offer a solid alternative.

Teeth Whitening

Professional in-office teeth whitening takes about an hour and requires no anesthesia. If you’d rather whiten your teeth at home, we’ll give you a customized tray of gel to sleep in nightly – you’ll see a difference within days.

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is a serious condition that, if left untreated, can lead to tooth loss. Our dentists and dental hygienists can assess the degree of gum inflammation and other symptoms associated with periodontal disease and devise a treatment strategy that will halt the disease's progress and, if caught early enough, reverse its effects. The number one weapon against periodontal disease is good oral health care. If you think you may have periodontal disease, call our office for an appointment today

Children's Dental Health

We believe family comes first. Establishing good oral hygiene practices at an early age will spare your child many problems later in life. Our staff is fully trained in pediatric dentistry issues and understands the special needs and concerns associated with treating our youngest patients. Before beginning even the simplest procedure on your child, we spend time establishing rapport and trust, and then fully explain everything that is about to happen. A child who fears going to the dentist becomes an adult who fears going to the dentist; we want our young patients to feel comfortable and safe, and to take a lifelong interest in protecting their oral health.

Expectant Mothers

It's just as important to take care of your teeth and gums when you're pregnant as at any other time. In fact, pregnancy can cause additional oral health problems, such as inflammation of the gums (gingivitis) and bleeding while brushing your teeth. These conditions can be safely treated while you're pregnant and should not be ignored; some studies have suggested that severe periodontal disease can result in low birth weights and premature births.

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