Los Angeles, CA, October 28, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- What are dental implants, how long have they been used in dentistry, what are they made of, and what does the procedure consist of? Are these questions you have as well? Join Dr. Kezian and his staff on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm for their Implant Consultation Day.
Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS is a graduate of UCLA Dental School where he earned The Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1983. Prior to that, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from UCLA in 1979. His main focus of interest is in the medical and scientific component of modern dental therapy. To best provide advanced comprehensive dental care to his patients, Dr. Kezian continues to seek training in all aspects of his dental work.
Dr. Kezian has been working with implant patients for years. He attends implant seminars routinely to make sure his office is always up-to-date with the latest dental advancements. He is also constantly researching about implants and new techniques to give his patients the best of care. He has a vast knowledge of cosmetic dentistry and is ready to start a colloquium about everything you need to know regarding implants.
Dr Kezian and staff have a lot of experience in handling implants for needy patients. They have predefined steps which entail what must be done during surgery. He and his staff members are ready to give you an informative, complimentary consultation. They will show you sample pictures from their portfolio as well as sample props to help you get a better understanding of the procedure and all the steps involved. They’ll have implant pamphlets to give out as well as an implant video specifically made for you by Dr. Kezian himself.
Many patients are concerned with the pricing of dental implants and Dr. Kezian’s billing department will also be available to let you know about specific financial plans that can help make your payments comfortable.
If you’ve been considering getting dental implants, or know someone who needs them, make sure to stop by his office on December 9.