818-881-2333 | 19534 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana CA 91356

Dr. Thomas Rennaker, DDS

Dr. Thomas Rennaker is a general dentist from the University of Southern California. After practicing dentistry all over the LA area, from Northridge to Huntington Beach, he purchased Dental Plus Tarzana in 2009. Since then, he has dedicated himself to serving the dental needs of the community.

Dr. Rennaker received his Bachelor of Science, Biology degree from Idaho State University and his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from University of Southern California.

He has served on humanitarian trips to Peru, associated with AYUDA, Mexico City, Colombia and Belize. Along with his staff, Dr. Rennaker believes that honest dentistry can change people’s lives for the better, and strives to provide his patients with the very best dental care.

The entire office here at Dental Plus Tarzana prides itself on the friendly atmosphere and professional approach, and of course, the top notch dentistry. The practice is always welcoming new patients and relishes adding new members to a growing dental family. Your wellbeing and comfort as a patient is the practice’s top priority.  

With 13 years of practicing dentistry under his belt, Dr. Rennaker offers a consultative approach: He thoroughly educates you so you can make the best decisions and is always happy to answer your questions.

Kativa Strickland, Dental Hygenist

Kativa is a registered dental hygienist (RDH) who graduated from the USC School of Dentistry in May 2015 with a B.S. in Dental Hygiene. She is originally from Laguna Beach, CA, and now enjoys living in Downtown Los Angeles. Kativa is now in the dental program at USC, and will be graduating in May 2019 as a DDS!
 
Since being at USC, Kativa has become an avid USC Trojan football fan. You can see her at some of the home football games! She loves running, eating at new places in LA, and traveling.
 
“I am a firm believer in preventive dentistry, so I will provide anything I can to help my patients keep their health. Not only is daily brushing and flossing important for oral health, but it has so many systemic links to your overall health of the whole body. I aim to treat my patients with the utmost respect and aid them in maintaining healthy, beautiful smiles.”
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