One or Two Dental Implants with Abutments and Crowns at Woodland Hills Family Dentistry (Up to 56% Off)

Woodland Hills-Warner Center

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Customer Reviews

43 Ratings

They were very good and thorough.
Beth A. · May 19, 2017
Every member of the staff was pleasant and easy to talk to. Had a great experience!
Caisa A. · March 4, 2017
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Thanks for your kind words. 🙏🙏
Merchant replied · May 17, 2017
Dr. Yousefi is very gentle, kind and professional. She explained all procedures, gave me different options and helped me make the best decision. I am very happy with my treatment. I love my dentist. I had no pain and felt being taken care of completely. Thanks Dr. Yousefi and all the staff for making everything be so easy. . See you guys soon for next appointment. All stuff are friendly. Thanks
Fazel M. · February 1, 2017
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Thank you so much for the kind words, it means a lot to our dental team. Thank you again, Dawn Gomez Office Manager
Merchant replied · February 18, 2017

What You'll Get


Choose Between Two Options

  • $1,999 for one dental implant with abutment and crown ($4,160 value)
  • $3,699 for two dental implants with abutments and crowns ($8,320 value)

Veneers: Minor Procedure, Major Difference

Veneers have become a popular alternative to more intensive cosmetic dental procedures. Check out Groupon’s guide to learn more about this aesthetic treatment.

Chips, stains, odd edges—these dental issues probably won’t affect your health, but they might make you wish for a clean slate. Veneers can provide just that. These are thin, custom-made shells of resin or porcelain that fit over the teeth. They are designed to mimic a natural look and feel, and can be adjusted to the natural teeth’s shape, size, and color. Porcelain tends to be a more popular choice: it resists stains better than resin, and appears more like natural teeth. However, resin veneers are thinner, meaning that the dentist doesn’t need to remove as much enamel from the teeth to apply them. Whatever material is used, veneers can last for years with proper dental care, though they will eventually need to be replaced.

There are two methods for applying veneers: traditional and no-prep. No-prep veneers are simply bonded on top of teeth, a process that usually can be reversed if the patient wants to get new fang-shaped ones when that becomes cool. Traditional veneers are considered irreversible, and are placed in a multi-step process. After a consultation, the dentist removes about half a millimeter of tooth enamel to make room for the thin shell. They then take impressions and send them to a lab to make the veneers. After the veneers are ready, the dentist checks their fit and color, then roughens the surface of the teeth to ensure a strong bond. The veneers are attached to the surface of the teeth with a strong cement, which is cured under a light to harden it quickly. Patients should then be able to immediately resume brushing, chewing, and pretending their teeth are the keys of a tiny piano.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Appointment required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Bone graft may be necessary for implant; extra fee for bone graft if needed. Extraction not included. All services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Woodland Hills Family Dentistry


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