1134 S. Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
T (310) 274-6089
F (310) 274-6012
Drs. Sheerin and Wang are proud to provide premier quality, high value dental care to our patients. We give each person personalized, individualized attention and care which imparts beauty, possesses durability, and requires simple maintenance. Our Doctors take many hours of advanced professional continuing education throughout the year in order to provide state of the art, precision dentistry. Our Mission as your dental office is to help you maintain your own teeth, replace what is missing, and enhance your smile’s beauty. In achieving better dental health, one’s general health improves too. Lastly, our goal is to protect your teeth and health for years of service.
Our patients’ Trust is foremost in our minds. The practice was built and is sustained by word of mouth referrals from satisfied patients. It’s a tradition for almost 80 years! This Practice was started by Dr. Norman D. Shultz, who graduated the U.S.C. School of Dentistry in 1940. Dr. Merle S. Glick graduated U.S.C. in 1951 and joined him soon after. Dr. Sheerin and Dr. Wang have since then continued and nurtured the ongoing growth of this family practice, satisfying patients, their families and their friends!
All our dental hygienists have received advanced training in periodontal care and are happy to help maximize your dental health.
Drs. Sheerin and Wang use state of the art digital imaging to provide more detail with a fraction of the exposure of old- fashioned x-ray film.
We practice state of the art sterilization practices to confirm efficient and absolute sterilization of our instruments. Here’s how we maintain our commitment to your safety:
When a tooth is decayed or broken, Drs. Sheerin and Wang always take the time to explain the extent of the problem and recommend the appropriate treatment choice(s) for long- term health.
Whitening alone won’t satisfactorily improve your smile in the presence of visible old fillings, surface roughness or other physical defects.
Find out about Porcelain veneers.
When the nerve of a tooth dies or becomes infected, endodontic treatment allows the tooth to be saved.