With a doctorate in dental surgery, master’s degree in public health, and years of experience, Dr. John P. Sahagian is fully armed to battle tooth decay and all ailments of the mouth. He also stays abreast of modern dental developments, ensuring the most comprehensive care in general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. Services include everything from making over smiles with tooth whitening and porcelain veneers to repairing them with full-mouth reconstruction. Saturday and evening hours are available.
At Universal City Dental Center, Dr. Jirair Gasparian and his team perform a variety of procedures intended to protect patients' teeth and gums. Periodic checkups both detect and treat signs of trouble before they become serious complications, but when action is required to correct a problem, the practice offers surgical as well as noninvasive options.
Porcelain crowns and veneers conceal signs of damage, dental implants help fill any gaps, and tooth-colored composite fillings seamlessly replace decay. Additionally, Invisalign straighteners even out smiles, and Rembrandt teeth-whitening products brighten the stains caused by coffee, cigarettes, or a career spent taste-testing food coloring.
Under the leadership of Peter L. Noto, DDS, the dental professionals at Westchester Dental Center toil to keep teeth healthy and pearly white. During the in-office whitening procedure, which lasts approximately 60 minutes, oral technicians harness the power of laser beams to gently whiten patients' pointy particulars and banish old coffee and wine stains back to the bistro that bore them. The effective procedure, which is safe and causes minimal discomfort, can result in a whiter-toothed smile that lasts for several years, or until yellow-toothed smiles come back into fashion.
Attending lectures, meetings, and conventions are just a few of the ways the staff at Park Place Dental make sure they stay abreast of the latest innovations in dental care. Dr. Jason Genta uses this information to perform treatments, preventative and curative, as well as cosmetic procedures such as tooth whitening. During appointments, optional nitrous oxide gas helps patients relax, which can be difficult to do when they’re focused on memorizing the dentist’s every move in case they need to play one on TV.