Complete Health Dentistry of Woodland Hills

Bruce F. Beard, DDS & Manny Fernandez, DDS

22600 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 204, Woodland Hills | 818-225-0046 |

Dr. Bruce Beard, Dr. Manny Fernandez and their long-term team members at Complete Health Dentistry of Woodland Hills offer a complete range of dental services including a complimentary comprehensive consultation for new patients. With advanced dental technology, patients can save time and have a convenient and comfortable experience.  To ensure patients’ comfort, the practice offers clients music, sedation, warm towels, water bottles and five-star service.

What trend is defining your practice today?

“There are many oral health conditions that have significant impact and consequence to the rest of the body. For instance, gum disease is linked to heart disease, diabetes, etc. One must also evaluate for oral cancer, oral airway and sleep apnea, TMJ—headaches and migraines, proper bite and dental decay. These connections between the mouth and the body highlight the importance of good oral health and dental stability in assuring better overall health.”

What is a common health condition you run across?

“Periodontal disease and severe gingivitis are common inflammatory conditions of the mouth that interrelate to systemic health. We often discover high blood pressure or sleep apnea, which requires medical management. Whole-body wellness is enhanced with good oral health.”

How do you give back to your community?

“We offer our community ‘Dentistry from the Heart.’ This is a fantastic day of free dental services that we donate for the Pacific Youth Lodge and for the West Valley Women’s Center. This an emotional and rewarding experience for all involved. We also lecture and educate the public on implants and complete dental health.”

What’s unique about your business?

“Besides being committed to a comfortable and painless experience, we collaborate with physicians to work closely on our mutual patients’ needs. We must all be invested in the understanding of the inflammatory pathway and how the science of the oral systemic associations impact our patients’ lives.”

What is your professional goal this year?

“‘To save lives … one smile at a time.’ Our doctors are health care leaders working to change professional and public behaviors and address the importance of oral health as it relates to whole body health.”