THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thousand Oaks cosmetic dentist, Dr. Sharon Shamoiel, offers new patients free dental exams with dental X-rays to help simplify the process and give them an opportunity to get to know him and his office. Finding a new dentist can be a stressful experience. Patients may have existing dental anxiety or feel concerned about locating a dentist who shares their treatment philosophy and understands their needs.
About Dr. Sharon Shamoiel, Cosmetic Dentist Thousand Oaks
Dr. Sharon Shamoiel, Thousand Oaks dental implants restoration dentist, attended UCLA and later Boston University's School of Dentistry, where he completed his degree. During his residency, which was completed at St. Barnabas Hospital, Dr. Shamoiel focused his studies on cosmetic and laser dentistry. He has completed additional advanced courses in root canal treatment, dental surgery and cosmetic dentistry so that he can continue providing his patients with the comprehensive care they need to achieve optimum smile health.
Dr. Shamoiel, Thousand Oaks Invisalign provider, offers extensive treatment options that can improve or restore a patient's smile. Digital X-rays and intraoral cameras provide safe, effective diagnostic options while laser dentistry minimizes potential discomfort and speeds recovery. Mercury-free restorations are safer for smiles and overall health and can include tooth-colored fillings, porcelain crowns and inlays and onlays. Other available treatments include root canal therapy, treatments for TMJ disorders, orthodontics, non-surgical gum therapy, teeth whitening and porcelain veneers. Visit http://www.sweettoothdentalcenter.com to learn more.
Dr. Shamoiel's goal is to ensure a comfortable experience for all of his patients. He offers comprehensive dental exams that identify early signs of common dental health problems such as tooth decay and periodontal disease. Oral cancer screenings may be included as well. Professional dental cleaning may be included to remove any plaque and tartar buildup, which can interfere with a patient's dental health and increase the risk of cavities and other problems.
This special offer may be especially beneficial for patients who have no insurance. They will have access to the care they need without any initial out-of-pocket expenses. Treatment recommendations may be made, and a second appointment may be scheduled depending on the condition of the patient's teeth and gums and their own personal preferences.
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