Dr. Torres holds a Master’s degree in Science Dentistry (MSD) and is certified as a prosthodontist. He has over 20 years experience in the field, performing advanced restorative and implant dentistry procedures.

He trained at Indiana University and Loma Linda University, receiving his credentials in prosthodontics. His academic accomplishments resulted in a position as an assistant professor of restorative dentistry at Loma Linda University.

Dr. Torres distinguishes himself from other doctors by performing all procedures. He provides surgical placement of implants as well as restorative treatments, saving you time and money. If you are looking for the definitive solution in replacing missing teeth, Dr. Torres can help!

Dental Implants

Dental implants are the definitive solution to restoring missing teeth. Thousand Oaks dental implants specialist Dr. Andres Torres holds 15 years of experience in this area of the dental field. This procedure is initiated with the design of a titanium post.

This piece is surgically placed onto the jawbone using the safest and most advanced techniques. Abutments follow and are positioned on the surface of the implants. The surrounding tissue will begin to grow around the implants, a process known as osseointegration.

Dental implants can also be used to secure dentures and bridges. The dentures are attached to the abutments and held by the tissue which has grown around the restoration. After the dental implant has been secured, a crown is produced to complete the restoration. Crowns are produced to precisely match the appearance of your natural teeth and enable you to enjoy your daily functions.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns provide a fundamental restoration for missing or chipped teeth. They are produced using durable materials that can be modified to emulate your natural teeth. Dr. Torres specializes in all-porcelain crowns to deliver holistically beneficial results.

The design of a crown is multi-step process. Your tooth is prepared by removing the outer portion to establish space for the crown. After your tooth is prepared, an impression is taken to produce a rubber model. The model is transferred to a lab where the crowns are fabricated.

During the fabrication process, a temporary crown will be provided to protect the teeth and allow normal functions. Once the final restoration is ready, we place the permanent crown on your teeth through safe procedures.

A crown is beneficial for a number of situations, including fractured teeth, discolored roots, and damaged dental implants. They can also be the final restoration for a root canal therapy.

Full Dentures

Complete dentures can replace missing teeth and allow you to enjoy a confident smile. Dentures can replace teeth that were lost to decay, gum disease, or trauma. Replacing missing teeth is vital to help you perform your normal functions and also support facial muscles.

Full dentures are removable false teeth.  They are useful in treating missing teeth, even with the availability of dental implants. Dentures are more natural-looking than ever and can fit comfortably within the space offered by your teeth. Full dentures are provided to replace multiple or all of your teeth.

In some cases, dentures are more recommended for patients than dental implants. This includes patients who have a weakened jawbone, suffer from a fragile immune system, and have a large amount of missing teeth.


Periodontal disease affects numerous patients and can translate into long-term dental problems.  They can present symptoms that include unpleasant breath, loose teeth, and bleeding gums.  If periodontal disease reaches a serious stage, advanced treatments and attention must be performed.  Based in Thousand OAks, Dr. Torres is a specialist in periodontics and has helped patients recover from these problems for over 15 years.

If adequate attention and care is not provided, periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss.  They can also impact your overall health, as shown by studies that have found a correlation between dental and general health.  Receiving regular dental care is essential to maintaining your overall health.

Periodontal disease is caused by the buildup of tartar or calculus in your mouth. They remain in your teeth for an extensive period of time and come from leftover foods.  They accumulate over time if you have not practiced consistent and high quality dental hygiene. They can be located on your teeth as well as under the gum line, in which case root scaling and planing may be required.


Located in Thousand Oaks, the office of Dr. Andres Torres offers one of the most comfortable solutions to misaligned teeth. The development of Invisalign provides patients with a more convenient straightening treatment that replaces the distractions of traditional braces.

Invisalign aligners straighten teeth in a thorough and convenient manner.  They are created from transparent plastic material and molded from impressions of your teeth. These are designed to fit perfectly with your tooth structure so they can be effective. The aligners work by applying gradual pressure on your teeth, allowing them to shift into their correct positions and alignment.

The Invisalign aligners are developed for your personal comfort. You can continue eating and brushing normally when you have them on. Additionally, you can also remove and place them back on at any time without affecting the straightening process. Aligners are replaced in two-week intervals, with each set moving the teeth to their correct position by at least 2.5 mm.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth affected by discoloration or chips can be treated by veneers.  This is a comfortable procedure that involves thin shells produced from porcelain. They provide a cosmetic improvement for your smile by bonding to the front surface of your teeth.

Veneers offer an inexpensive and convenient solution to common dental problems. These include teeth discoloration, chips, stains, and cracks.

To begin the procedure, an impression will be designed to ensure the final veneers fit your natural teeth. Your teeth will be sanded to remove any small amounts of enamel or clean the surface.

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