We’re Open for emergency and non-emergency dental care

$110 New Patient Special

Includes: Digital x-rays, exams, consultation, and regular teeth cleaning

(858) 202-0481

Healthy Teeth and Gum for a Lifetime!

“The Dentist and the staff are very friendly. The The Dentist is very thorough and takes time to explain procedures to make certain that the patient understands what is being done and why. I classify him and staff as caring and skilled. I was surprised on two different occasions when a follow up call was made to my home the next day to see if i was alright.” – Eunice

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About La Jolla Dental Image

Welcome to La Jolla Dental Image Family and Cosmetic Dentistry. We are glad you found us and we are here to provide you with the utmost in dental health. Our goal has always been to give patients healthy teeth and gums for a lifetime, and to do that Dr. Wali Hamidy and his team offer an astonishing list of modern services and technologies. We offer each patient the following:

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Invisalign – The Clear Alternative to Metal Braces

Invisalign clear aligners are a discreet and comfortable way to straighten teeth without the many hassles of traditional braces. Invisalign can treat most orthodontic cases in as little as 6 months to two years. For more information about Invisalign, please visit our Invisalign page.

Browse through our smile gallery to see before and after results of beautiful, dazzling smiles, crafted right here at Wali Hamidy D.M.D. We’re dedicated to providing healthy teeth and gums that will last a lifetime. Our patients are like family, and we’re pleased to share these outstanding transformations with you! We serve La Jolla, Sorrento Valley, and the UCSD area.

“Healthy Teeth and Gums for a Life Time”

Meet Wali Hamidy, D.M.D

Dr. Wali Hamidy graduated from Prestigious Case Western Reserve School of Dental Medicine. Prior to studying at Dental School, he attended San Diego State University. Dr. Hamidy has been practicing for over ten years. He is clearly dedicated to the art and science of comprehensive dental care; which comprise general, cosmetic dentistry. Learn More…

“Our mission is to serve our patient with the extensive knowledge and expertise we have gained in our profession, while continually offering them the finest in patient care …” –Dr. Hamidy

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We’re Open for emergency and non-emergency dental care.

Tips for good oral health when you aren’t able to visit the dentist

Access to dental care is being restricted to help protect our health and well-being

Dentists Giving Emergency Care

The American Dental Association (ADA) has recommended that dentists should postpone all elective procedures until at least April 30th and concentrate on emergency cases. This will help prevent the spread of corona virus and to relieve the burden on emergency departments. We are open for non-emergency dental care.

Your options for getting the care you need

Although elective procedures have been postponed, maintaining your oral health at home during this time is critical. Do everything you can to keep your mouth healthy until you can once again receive routine dental care. If you have an emergency, contact our office for advice on the next steps.

Dental Health at Home

  • Brush your teeth twice a day
  • Use a toothbrush with soft, nylon bristles
  • Replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months
  • Use dental floss daily
  • Try “floss sticks” to clean between teeth if flossing is difficult
  • Minimize consumption of sugary and starchy foods
  • Look for foods with Vitamin D and calcium to maintain healthy gums

If You Need Emergency Care

Contact our office and follow directions for emergency care, such as severe pain, significant bleeding or swelling.

Avoid hospital emergency rooms, unless advised by your dentist.

If you can’t get to the dentist

  • Ask us about the opportunity for telehealth visits. Your insurance may pay for these consultations during this time of crisis.