Los Angeles Dentist 6-29


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Los Angeles dentist Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS describes before and after pictures of different dental cases, and procedures involving a Los Angeles Dentist. http://www.drkezian.com/los-angeles-dentist.php See more examples on the website of Los Angeles dentist – Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS 443 N. Larchmont Blvd LA, CA 90004 at (323) 467-2777 http://www.drkezian.com

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Los Angeles Dentist 6-29

  1. 1. Los Angeles Dentist • Whether youre a little kid, all grown up, have perfect oral health, or have teeth that need some help -- any Los Angeles dentist is going to take x-rays of your teeth every time youre in their office. • After all, x-rays can help your dentist spot problems that he or she could never see with his or her naked eye.www.drkezian.com
  2. 2. Los Angeles Dentist • Your Los Angeles dentist doesn’t have to use the same old film x-rays. Digital x-rays may be the new kid on the block, but they offer all kinds of benefits that traditional film x-rays cant. • Youll still have to wear that bulky lead vest, but digital x-rays can actually reduce the amount of radiation youre exposed to by about 80%!www.drkezian.com
  3. 3. Los Angeles Dentist • In the old days, your dentist in Los Angeles would have to put those uncomfortable cardboard “bite wings” in your mouth, then use special chemicals to process the images. • Luckily, digital x-rays offer instant results. Your dentist will place digital sensors in your mouth that are connected to a computer. The pictures of your teeth feed right into the computer, and you and your dentist can look at them a few seconds later!www.drkezian.com
  4. 4. Los Angeles Dentist • In addition to being faster, digital x-rays are clearer. That way, its even easier for your dentist in Los Angeles to spot tiny problems. As a result, youre less likely to have small issues turn into big problems. • As an added benefit, digital x-rays arent as likely to come out over- or under-exposed, like film x-rays can.www.drkezian.com