Complimentary Consultations for Dental Implants Now Offered at Northridge Dental Group

Mar 07, 2014, 09:00 ET from Northridge Dental Group

NORTHRIDGE, Calif., March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Northridge dentist, Dr. Farshid Ariz, is now offering complimentary consultations for dental implants to provide patients the information they need after suffering tooth loss. Restoring teeth is the best way to preserve overall dental health, but not all methods of tooth replacement are equally effective or healthy.

About Dr. Farshid Ariz

Dr. Farshid Ariz is a 1989 graduate of Boston University's School of Dentistry. He continued his studies in the field of periodontics and received his Certification in Advanced Graduate Studies in Periodontics in 1991. Today, Dr. Ariz is known for his work in aesthetic periodontal therapy, aesthetic implant surgery, implantology and full mouth reconstruction. He is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology and the American Academy of Osseointegration and an Assistant Professor to Advanced Periodontics for USC's School of Dentistry.

About Dr. Shahdad Arami, Cosmetic Dentist Northridge

Dr. Shahdad Arami graduated from the UCLA School of Dentistry in 1993. His General Practice residency, which was also completed at UCLA, focused on treating phobic and medically compromised patients, and he has continued his education in the fields of implant and aesthetic dentistry. Today, Dr. Arami is a top Northridge teeth whitening expert and a member of the California Dental Association and the American Dental Association. Visit to learn more.

In the past, patients who had lost teeth may have been able to choose dental bridges, partial dentures or full dentures. These options are good choices for replacing the appearance and function of teeth, but they cannot protect the bone structure in the jaw. After the loss of even one tooth, the jawbone can begin to resorb. This leads to bone loss, and eventually, other teeth may become loose or even fall out. They can shift out of position or tilt into the gap. Dental implants help prevent this from happening.

Dental implants replace both the visible crown of the tooth and the underlying root structure. This provides constant stimulation to the jawbone and helps prevent resorption, which maintains proper bone density. The design of the implants also ensures a comfortable, secure restoration that does not slip or fail. Dr. Farshid Ariz often recommends dental implants to support dental crowns, bridges and dentures for a long-lasting, healthier restoration.





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