LOS ANGELES, June 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Internationally recognized Dr. Jon Marashi
Already known as the leading "dentist to the stars," Marashi began incorporating this new technology into his practice recently and has been receiving rave reviews from his patients since.
"Early and accurate diagnosis of dental problems has largely been predicated on what the clinician can actually see," Marashi said. "Normal vision, or even using magnifying glasses can be very limiting, but a dental microscope enlarges viewing up to 12-times the actual size so you can see developing problems such as cracks, fractures, and cavities much earlier in their progression. This advantage allows for a much more proactive (yet simultaneously conservative) treatment."
The delivery of dental care is far superior, Marashi said, because the ability to look at teeth at tolerances of just a fraction of a millimeter can mean the difference between an inferior quality dental restoration and true excellence.
"I pride myself and have built my practice on attention to detail, including personally sculpting everything from crowns to veneers to best serve my patients," Marashi said. "The concept of microscopically-enhanced dentistry fits perfectly with that level of ultra-service we have always provided."
His patients agree.
"I have probably been treated by at least 12 different dentists since I was a kid, but I've never met anyone that practices the 'Art of Dentistry' like Jon," said patient and noted celebrity real estate agent - Santiago Arana. "He is an artist and a professional and he has never settled for anything less than perfection. And now with this amazing new microscope technology, the last time I was there he was able to identify what would have been a serious future problem and took care of it immediately. He can see potential issues before they become real problems and that is incredibly important."
Dr. Marashi is known internationally as the "Dentist to the Stars" and has published numerous articles on dental aesthetics. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Marashi has served as the program director and instructor for the California Center for Advanced Dental Studies and as a clinical instructor for the Aesthetic Advantage at New York University. His articles on aesthetic technique and restoration have been published in Inside Dentistry, Contemporary Aesthetics and Restorative Practice, Dentistry Today, The AACD Monologue, and Practical Aesthetics
Contact Dr. Marashi email@example.com
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