3 Essential Things a Dental Practice Needs for True, Full-Service Dentistry

by Vishnuprasad on  January 19, 2015 at 8:07 PM Dental News
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For many, going to the dentist simply means going in every six months for a basic check-up. But now, with 21st century technology and knowledgeable and experienced practitioners, the field of dentistry has expanded and branched off into a number of different divisions addressing a variety of patient needs. Dental offices often specialize in one of these fields, and open up small offices that only offer a slim number of procedures at high prices.
3 Essential Things a Dental Practice Needs for True, Full-Service Dentistry
3 Essential Things a Dental Practice Needs for True, Full-Service Dentistry

Meanwhile, hardworking dental teams like Dr. Farzad Feiz and Dr. Hoda Kamjoo of Calabasas Dental Group and California Dental Care have stayed committed to constantly learning and keeping up with new advancements so that they can offer their patients the most cutting-edge procedures. These two partner locations offer patients a variety of services that go far beyond the typical bi-annual cleaning.
  • Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry - Everyone wants a bright, complete, and beautiful smile. Calabasas Dental Group and California Dental Care offer teeth whitening in Los Angeles and much, much more. Their dentists are trained in the most advanced cosmetic and restorative procedures including bridges, veneers, inlays, and natural-looking crowns. They can also construct complete or partial dentures for those who need a new smile from start to finish.
  • Periodontal Treatment - According to the CDC, over 47 percent of all U.S. adults have periodontal disease, and many do not even know it. While many people brush off gum disease as something that is not important, it can have serious health implications if left untreated. Luckily, Dr. Feiz and Dr. Kamjoo know a variety of methods in fighting periodontal disease, including using a revolutionary antibiotic treatment called ArestinŪ. This treatment uses a slow-release system to apply targeted anti-biotics to the site of the infection, rather than traditional anti-biotics which are spread evenly and inefficiently throughout the body after being taken as a pill.
  • Root Canal Treatment - Perhaps the most feared two words in the minds of dental patients, a root canal can be painful and unpleasant if not done correctly. Yet, experienced dentists like Dr. Feiz and Dr. Kamjoo aim to minimize patient discomfort while they work to save the tooth during a root canal procedure. The skilled teams at Calabasas Dental Group and California Dental Care work hard to take the pain out of root canals in Los Angeles.
Don't settle for a dental office that charges exorbitantly high prices for "specialized procedures", and don't drive around town to get a variety of procedures that you could have just gotten in one place. Trust the whole range of your dental care to the talented and experienced hands of Dr. Farzad Feiz and Dr. Hoda Kamjoo.

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