Top cosmetic dentist Kourosh Maddahi performs complete dental restorations, and is a leader in handling large or complex cases. Using our in-office CEREC laboratory, Dr. Maddahi can create crowns, onlays and inlays in only one visit, requiring no temporaries. And unlike older methods, CEREC restorations can be used on all teeth, including back biting teeth and molars. With this technology, Dr. Maddahi can provide among the finest and fastest dental implants Los Angeles has available.
CEREC stands for CERamic REConstruction. This system is a computerized 3D technology that allows Dr. Maddahi to create custom crowns, inlays, and onlays right in our office using the most natural, durable porcelain material available.
Inlays and onlays are fillings which cover a large portion of your tooth. They are used to restore a broken-down tooth or to replace an existing large filling.
In the past, tooth-colored filling material was not durable enough to withstand the tremendous biting forces required by back teeth, so inlays and onlays on back molars had to be metal-based. The CEREC system allows Dr. Maddahi to create beautiful tooth-colored inlays and onlays both for front and back teeth that match the color and appearance of the rest of your teeth. CEREC inlays and onlays are created to your personal specification from a single, strong ceramic block. Dr. Maddahi will match them to your healthy teeth, and they will look and feel natural and healthy.
Your initial consultation and exam with Dr. Maddahi is free. In a thorough, 41-point exam, Dr. Maddahi will evaluate your situation and help you select the best possible way in which you can get the changes you want. Your treatment plan will be carefully formulated to make sure that your smile transformation is exactly what you want it to be.
Come in and see Dr. Maddahi for a complimentary exam and consultation and find out exactly how you can restore your smile to natural health and beauty, using top notch dental crowns in Beverly Hills.
(NOTE: There may be a charge if x-rays are necessary. We encourage our patients to bring x-rays to their first visit if you have had them taken recently.)