Currently Scheduling New Patient Consultations for Invisalign and Braces Treatment for all ages!

Meet The Doctor

Dr. Abraham

DDS-MS-Board Certified Orthodontist

Dr. Abraham is a Santa Monica native who feels honored and privileged to serve his community. He is a highly skilled and detail oriented Orthodontist focusing on dental and facial aesthetics, proper jaw function and airway health. He treats kids, teens and adults with Invisalign, Braces, Jaw Surgery and other advanced techniques.

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Treatment Philosophy

We provide the very best in patient care by utilizing the latest treatment options and technological advances. We treat every patient as an individual, and with the highest level of care possible.


Dr. Abraham is an Invisalign master!! He understands how to do cosmetic aligner treatment that is convenient and efficient. I love my smile and I would 10/10 recommend him for your Invisalign treatment.

Katie M.


My teenager came in for a consultation and we immediately felt well received and in the hands of a true professional of his craft. His passion and knowledge of orthodontics is immediately apparent. He treated my daughter with braces and fixed her overbite and smile beautifully!

Sarah D.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is orthodontics?

Orthodontics is one of several recognized dental health specialties here in the US. As a field, it deals primarily with the proper alignment of dental structures, including your teeth and jaws. It’s a field that has a close relationship with your overall dental health, dental development, regular functions, such as breathing, eating, or talking, and a lot more. Orthodontics is a complex but enjoyable field.

What are braces?

Braces refer to a specific type of orthodontic appliance we can use to realign your teeth and achieve the proper relationship between your jaws. There are many types of braces, and even this category of orthodontic appliance is not the only one available to fix your bad bite or crooked teeth. Talking to a specialist will reveal you have many options available.

What are the early symptoms of orthodontic problems?

In children, you can determine they will have orthodontic problems as they grow up primarily because their family has a history of such conditions. Some symptoms are tooth grinding, uneven wear, biting on their tongue, problems with speech development, and difficulty breathing at night. Unfortunately, many of these symptoms cannot help on their own for early detection of orthodontic problems, so it would be best if you brought your child for a consultation as early as possible.

Is orthodontic care expensive?

Fortunately, orthodontic care is now more affordable than ever before. There are many options, and several professionals offer complimentary consultations for first-time patients. Likewise, dental coverage helps lessen the burden, and many practices work to offer monthly payment plans that make the entire treatment a lot more affordable.

What are the risks of orthodontic treatment?

There aren’t many risks you should look out for because there are no surgical interventions in orthodontics. However, a few things you should keep an eye out for include the worsening of periodontal disease in adults who already have this problem and don’t pay attention to their oral hygiene, and some unexpected consequences, such as a slight change in your face shape. Talk to a board-certified orthodontist for more information.

What is the most common orthodontic problem?

Each person has unique circumstances that determine what happens with their teeth; however, one of the most common orthodontic problems we see in the office is dental crowding. Generally speaking, people have a high risk of suffering from this because they don’t visit an orthodontist from an early age. Once their permanent teeth start erupting, they realize there isn’t enough space, and the teeth come out crooked.

How do I schedule my next appointment?

Scheduling your next appointment with Dr. Abraham is as simple as calling our office at (424) 330-8890 and requesting one. You can also navigate our website and follow the link on the “make an appointment” button to fill out any required information. We’ll gladly coordinate something around your availability to start treatment as soon as possible.