THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thousand Oaks dentist, Dr. Shamoiel at Sweet Tooth Dental Center, is now offering smile restorations. Dr. Shamoiel provides personalized recommendations to his patients that can help them improve their oral health, restore the function of their mouths and enhance the appearance of their smiles.
About Dr. Sharon Shamoiel, Expert in Teeth Whitening Thousand Oaks
Dr. Sharon Shamoiel is a top Thousand Oaks Invisalign dentist. A graduate of UCLA, Dr. Shamoiel first earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology. He was then admitted to the prestigious dental school at Boston University. He completed his residency at St. Barnabas Hospital, during which he focused on laser dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and other essential fields of dentistry. After completing his residency, he began to practice in New York. He continued his education in root canal treatment, cosmetic treatment and dental surgery. When Dr. Shamoiel, Thousand Oaks dental implants expert, established Sweet Tooth Dental Center, he envisioned a comprehensive dental practice that provided patients with skilled, compassionate care. Visit http://www.sweettoothdentalcenter.com for more information.
Numerous treatment options are available, and the personalized care that Dr. Shamoiel offers plays a major role in treatment outcome. Patients will begin with a comprehensive consultation. Dental records may be taken, including dental X-rays, images and impressions. These will be used to create the treatment plan. Treatment recommendations and available alternatives can be explored to ensure the best options for each patient.
Dr. Shamoiel offers numerous treatment options that can be used individually or combined to create the best plan to address specific needs. Smile makeovers, which focus primarily on the cosmetic appearance of a smile, and smile restorations, which address aesthetics, function and health, are both available. Treatments can include tooth-colored dental fillings, inlays and onlays, orthodontics, porcelain crowns, implants, periodontal therapy, treatment for TMJ disorders, dental bridges and more.
Good dental health is inextricably linked to overall health. The American Dental Association recommends biannual checkups and cleanings, which help catch early signs of problems. Good at-home hygiene routines can keep plaque and tartar deposits to a minimum while preventative and restorative treatments can optimize oral health. Patients with cosmetic concerns can take advantage of a wide range of cosmetic dental treatments that can transform damaged smiles into radiant, healthy smiles.
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