Only Hire A Top Cosmetic Dentist

It seems like everyone is seeking a dazzling white smile these days.  According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), more than 600,000 patients are opting for veneer procedures annually. Any dentist, however, can call herself a cosmetic dentist.

Be sure yours has the expertise and a practice in place to effectively treat you. Untrained dentists might fail to address symmetry in your gum line, work with inexperienced ceramists or place veneers in an awkward position that affects your speech.  A substandard practitioner might neglect to address staining under the veneers. Also of importance: the quality of the lab that fabricates your veneers. You need to know that the lab is certified and employs highly-trained technicians.

You’re in good hands with Dr. Castaneda. She has practiced cosmetic dentistry over 25 years and performed thousands of procedures.  After earning a Doctorate of Dental Surgery, she did a residency at the prestigious Mt. Sinai Medical Center and a residency specializing in Prosthodontics at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Castaneda, who offers the latest in digital and laser technology, as well as a professional image management system, gets her aesthetic support from an outstanding European dental laboratory.

A leader in her field, she has taught and published many books and articles. She was also appointed to the San Francisco City and County Health Commission. A member of many professional associations, Dr. Castaneda has even served as a dental expert in over 25 dental-related legal cases.

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