Los Angeles and Santa Monica, California (PRWEB) June 24, 2008
Los Angeles Orthodontist Dr. Atoosa Nikaeen will celebrate three milestones this month- her 15th anniversary since she graduated from dental school, her ninth anniversary as an orthodontist and her sixth year in practice at her current office location.
Nikaeen opened her independent practice in 1999 and became a certified Invisalign provider the same year.
Invisalign, also known as "invisible braces," is an alternative to the traditional "train track" braces used to align teeth.
Nikaeen graduated with honors from dental school in 1993 and received a doctorate in dental surgery. She gained experience practicing general dentistry for several years before attending Columbia University School of Dentistry and Oral Surgeons in New York, where she earned her post-doctoral education in orthodontics and received an orthodontic specialty certificate.
In addition to running her practice, Nikaeen is a faculty member at the University of California in Los Angeles Orthodontic Department and teaches orthodontic residents.
Nikaeen moved into her office at 11600 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles six years ago to better meet the needs of a growing practice, she said. The office features a sleek, modern design with an open exam area and a private consultation room. The waiting room offers music and a Play Station for children to use while they wait.
The office went paperless about two years ago, and now patients sign themselves in via a computerized system. Patient medical records also are accessible by Nikaeen and her staff at each exam station.
Her practice serves patients throughout Southern California, including Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.
If you would like to learn more about Dr. Nikaeen's orthodontic practice visit her Web site: http://www.invisibraces.com , or call her office for a free consultation: (310) 444-1113.
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