Encino, CA (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
Encino dentist, Dr. Mastour, Dr. Sabbagh-Fard and the team at Encino Esthetic Dental Group are now offering Invisalign and Clear Correct treatments to straighten smiles. Orthodontics can be a great choice for people of all ages. While often considered a cosmetic treatment, orthodontics can actually improve the health of a smile by evenly distributing bite forces and making teeth easier to clean.
ClearCorrect and Invisalign are two types of orthodontic treatments that can be used to straighten teeth without the brackets and wires of traditional braces. Both Clear Correct and Invisalign use clear trays that fit closely to your teeth and use carefully predetermined movements to gently guide teeth into position. Because they are removable, patients can keep their teeth and gums clean and healthy throughout treatment, which can give them better results. Invisalign and ClearCorrect can be used to treat crossbites, overbites, crowded teeth, underbites and improperly spaced teeth, and they are best used on teens and adults whose jaws have finished growing and who are willing and able to comply with treatment requirements.
About Dr. Arash Sabbagh-Fard, Cosmetic Dentist Encino
Dr. Sabbagh-Fard is a top Encino dental implants expert. He graduated from California State University at Northridge before attending the prestigious New York University School of Dentistry. He completed his residency at Mount Sinai Hospital. Today, Dr. Sabbagh-Fard is a member of the Iranian Dental Association of California, the California Dental Association and the American Dental Association. He is proud to serve the Encino area and provide his patients with the care they need to enjoy better dental health.
About Dr. Dr. Pedram Mastour
Dr. Pedram Mastour, ClearCorrect expert, is a graduate of UCLA, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in neuroscience before completing his DDS at the University of Southern California. Dr. Mastour is committed to his patients at his full-time practice, and in his spare time, he works as a clinical instructor at the USC School of Dentistry, where he teaches Primary Oral Health Care. Today, Dr. Mastour is a member of the California Dental Association, the Iranian Dental Association of California and the American Dental Association, and his work has been published in various dental publications.