Our wish is for you to maintain healthy teeth and a beautiful smile. Our team consists of dedicated individuals who are kind, friendly and caring. They are happy when you are happy, so please feel free to address any concerns with our front office. Our energetic and experienced staff will ensure a pleasant experience from the moment you walk through the door to the end of your appointment.
Dr. Keith EskanosD.D.S
Dr. Keith Eskanos was born in Santa Monica, California. Prior to graduating from the USC School of Dentistry in 1990, he was a dental assistant for two years. Over the 35+ years, Dr. Eskanos has been involved in dentistry, he has treated patients in a multitude of settings and environments. Dr. Eskanos focuses his attention on cosmetic, implant, and prosthetic dentistry while utilizing his extensive knowledge of alternative medicine modalities and supplements.
Dr. Eskanos was the team dentist for the Long Beach Ice Dogs professional hockey team for ten years and has lectured on the importance of protective mouthguards for the public and athletic coaches, dental-facial trauma for emergency room physicians, dentist, and trainers, and dental treatment pre- and post- cancer therapy for oncologists and patients. During his time away from the office, Dr. Eskanos spends time in his other businesses – designing jewelry, professional nature, and travel photography and managing his daughters acting and modeling career. He also enjoys scuba diving, playing pool and spending time with his wonderful wife, daughter, cats, and dogs.
Dr. Eskanos’ practice philosophy: we are Healers. We are here to help others in their own healing, and to heal ourselves in the process. We do this in a comfortable, caring and supportive environment.
We help our patients by discovering, diagnosing and treating decay, dysfunction, and disease. We treat their problems with as much empathy and compassion as possible because we know that the care we provide comes at a price. That price is measured by the investment of time and money our patients are willing to make to improve their appearance and in the discomfort, they are willing to endure at our hands to achieve their health goals.
The rewards for our care are great. We are paid in smiles, in the trust our patients show through their referrals and in the knowledge that we have the ability to improve people’s lives.
Remember that we deal with people, not just teeth. They have feelings, concerns, and problems just as we do. We should try to help outpatient and each other with any problem that exists. “… People helping people are the luckiest people in the world…”