The team at West Coast Dental want to keep patients comfortable during visits. Virtually every aspect of the office reflects this, from the soothing colors to the kid friendly section of the office. The office layout further sets visitors at ease by emphasizing privacy. Apart from treatment rooms, designated consultation areas allow you to talk with the dentist at length and not shy away from the tough questions such as, "Do these braces make me look short?"
The clinic is also dedicated to staying up-to-date on the latest dental equipment. Staff members use low-radiation digital x-rays, and some locations are equipped with chair-side oral scanning, which employs digital imagery to ensure restorations fit securely.
Dental work is often just as conspicuous as the flaws it's attempting to fix. That's why Dr. Mark Nguyen continues Orange Dental Arts' 30-year tradition of conservative dentistry. Rather than relying on silver metal amalgams to keep cavities in check, he fills enamel holes with white composite resin, which, like a snowman's skull tattoo, is difficult to see. Similarly, his Invisalign braces ease teeth into place without wires or brackets. Dedicated to utilizing the most conservative dental technology available, Dr. Nguyen attends continuing-education courses.
Helmed by dentists and spouses John and H Kim-Czochanski, the staff at Artistic Smiles Dentistry cares for teeth using advanced technology. During checkups, technicians employ digital x-rays and a Diagnodent digital scanner to locate the teeth’s hidden cavities and secret stashes of sugar cubes. Cosmetic services can fine-tune smiles using whitening treatments or restore them with dental implants and porcelain or resin veneers.
Dr. Farshad Mazlomi has been fixing up smiles for more than 15 years, and is skilled in both the arts of general and cosmetic dentistry. In addition to offering traditional exams and cleanings for adults and kids, he also performs root canals, builds bridges, and installs crowns.