Welcome

Our practice is new but we will treat you as if you’ve been a patient for years.  Although Dr. Sycamore has been practicing dentistry for over 10 years he opened his office in Thousand Oaks in the Fall of 2015.  His goal was to create the ideal office for both cosmetic and general dentistry in an elegant and comfortable location.  While Dr. Sycamore is known primarily as a cosmetic dentist, he also offers a wide variety of dental procedures including root canals, porcelain veneers, implants, and emergency services.

Dr. Sycamore treats one patient at a time, so your visit is never rushed.  He will always take the time to explain treatments and answer your questions.  Dr. Sycamore will also personally and meticulously do all of the dental cleanings using state-of-the-art technology and infection control to ensure your comfort and safety. Our friendly staff will always make you feel welcome during your visit.

Please take a look at the photos of our office and read our bios.  Also be sure to read Dr. Sycamore’s weekly blog which can be found below!  We hope that you will give us a call soon so we can get to know you too!

We are certified green!

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This is an exciting accomplishment for me!  While I am not a “self-proclaimed” environmentalist, I do understand the importance of minimizing our footprint both at home and in business in order to keep the space around us beautiful.

Thousand Oaks is an incredible place to live.  I grew up here, and now my daughter is too.  I hope it’s just as ideal when she has kids of her own.  So it’s our responsibility to not screw it up!  I purchased the building where my dental practice is currently located a few years ago.  It was a mess!  There were no windows.  The lighting, electrical, and HVAC systems were outdated and inefficient.  The sewage was connected to a ancient septic tank.  The toilet used over 2 gallons a flush!  I decided to renovate with high efficiency and green motivation in mind.

I don’t want to bore you with all the details, but we really did a lot to improve the building.  I think the end result is incredible.  It’s really beautiful but also very efficient.  There’s so much natural light that we hardly even have to turn on the lights.  But even if we do, they are all LED.  I hope it makes a comfortable and elegant place to get dental work done.

In April, my practice was recognized by the Thousand Oaks city council for our green efforts.  It was really great to go to the meeting and meet the mayor.  Thousand Oaks Green Dentist

We got a cool plaque that we can hang somewhere in the office and we will be an official Green business recognized by the city and state!  This was a few years in the coming so I am super happy that it’s finally all come together.

At the city council meeting I spoke for about 2 minutes and I’ve embedded the youtube video here in this post if you’re interested!

–Dr. Sycamore

A cool portrait

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I hope to be practicing dentistry here for a long, long time.  So I think it’s important to take office pictures!  We had a photo session a few months back and I really like how this portrait came out.  Sadly, we’ve already changed staff.  We’ve had to say goodbye to Mary in the front but we get to welcome Kayley.  She’s taking over the reception duties in the afternoon!

Halloween Candy Buyback 2016!

November 3rd

9am – 6pm
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I love Halloween and I, Dr. Sycamore (a certified dentist), love candy.  I think having candy now and then is fine.  I’m glad kids horde candy and pig out for a day or two every Halloween.  But after a few days get the candy out of the house!  Bring your kids to the Halloween Candy Buyback at our office.

We want to give kids a chance to let go of their candy.  We weigh it and give them a dollar a pound.  They’ll also get a toothbrush and goody bag.  We collect all the candy and at the end of the week we ship it off to Soldier’s Angels who distribute the candy to military stationed overseas.

The event is fun for kids, it’s a good cause, and it stops the steady supply of sugar from causing cavities!

We will also accept candy donations all week during business hours from grown ups who just want to get the candy out of their houses.  The last day to drop off candy is Monday, November 7th.