Dr. Faranak and Dr. Foruzan share many things. They?ve both been in practice for over 15 years, and they both graduated from the same dental school. They also share something bigger: a set of parents. This sisterly dental duo is the heart of Big Dental Group, a modern practice that offers everything from basic examinations to most types of cosmetic treatments. The practice?s expansive selection of procedures helps each doctor collaborate with patients to craft customized treatment plans based on dental needs and wants.
At Pacifica Dental, Dr. Aljanedi and his staff diagnose and solve dental issues using the latest technology, including the E4D Dentist. This cutting-edge piece of equipment maps out digital impressions and designs metal-free inlays, crowns, and veneers specific to each patient. In addition to ensuring individualized care during high-tech procedures, Pacifica Dental offers sedation or nitrous oxide to diminish discomfort and ease anxieties about a root canal or the removal of a greedy, overeager tooth fairy caught between the teeth. They also specialize in treating gum diseases such as periodontitis, which is an infection of the gums that causes them to pull away from the teeth. They also practice pediatric care for children who are 18 months and older.
Helmed by Dr. Sameer Aljanedi, the team at Beachside Dental employs state-of-the-art equipment inside their recently remodeled facility. To help ensure quality, all staff members undergo two months of in-house training before they can work solo on patients or fly beside the Tooth Fairy during her nightly missions. The doctors and hygienists perform both general and cosmetic dentistry services, tackling issues with fillings and dentures or enhancing smiles with Zoom teeth-whitening treatments and Invisalign braces.
The professionals at Oceanic Dental strive to transform mouths with cosmetic and restorative dentistry. They tackle a range of oral issues, from simple fillings to trickier tasks such as fastening implants, performing teeth-whitening treatments, and informing cavities that they only have a few days to live. Whether they're examining chompers or applying veneers, the dentists use the latest technology, including digital and panoramic x-rays.