What if it was possible to completely transform every aspect of your smile, from the size, shape, and color of your teeth to the fullness of your lips? Now you can! With FOSI’s “New Smile in a Day” treatment program, patients can comprehensively achieve their dream smile.
Reimagine a new smile
Reimagine a new smile. The new technological advances in dental, oral, and maxillofacial reconstructive surgery, now make what was once unimaginable and only a dream very achievable. Cosmetic dentistry facilities like Facial and Oral Surgery Institute who are on the cutting edge of technology offer complete reconstructive maxillofacial and oral surgery, that includes treatment for teeth, gums, chin, cheeks, and lips. Technological advances, such as All-on-Four® dental implants, and state-of-the-art dental materials have reduced surgical timelines, recovery periods, and even costs.
With Facial and Oral Surgery Institute, you are now just one appointment away from the kind of smile that will change your life.
Facial and Oral Surgery Institute's New Smile In A Day
For patients eligible for our proprietary New Smile in a Day treatment regimen, receiving a brand new, fully-functional smile is often possible in a single treatment. Of course, the actual number of treatments will be dependent on the complexity of the procedures selected, the patient's goals and health. This will be determined in a comprehensive initial consultation and the recommendations of Dr. Senehi and the oral surgeons at Facial and Oral Surgery Institute.
At FOSI, the holistic health and wellbeing of our patients are our number one priority. Our doctors provide personal and attentive care to ensure our patients understand each procedure, timelines, and budget considerations. Remember, Facial and Oral Surgery Institute will never prioritize speed and expediency over your personal health. Our goal is to make the entire process as seamless, painless, safe, and smile-worthy as possible.
The components of a brand new smile
One of the great advantages of the New Smile in a Day service is its incredible flexibility. Unlike many dental facilities which impose a prescribed set of procedures upon every patient regardless of individual circumstances, needs, and financial concerns, we hand-tailor each and every service and treatment to help you achieve your goal.
Our spa-like facilities not only provide you with the best in dental and maxillofacial technology but also provides you with a comfortable setting that is private and relaxing and ensures peace of mind.
At Facial and Oral Surgery Institute, our founder, Dr. Navid Senehi has assembled a world-class team that consists of professional, highly-trained and skilled prosthodontists, oral surgeons, medical doctors, and dental assistants. They are talented and considered by many to be some of the best in cosmetic dentistry.
10 Popular New Smile in a Day Procedures
All-on-Four® Dental Implants
All-On-Four® dental implants are a popular selection for many New Smile in a Day patients.
All-On-Four® dental implants are an implant-supported bridge solution. They are popular because they reduce surgery and recovery time, as well as overall costs.
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Conventional Dental Implants
Some patients may only require strategically placed dental implants. In this case, conventional individual implants may best serve to achieve the goal.
Gum contouring, also referred to as gum reshaping or tissue sculpting, is a dental cosmetic procedure employed to either treat excessive gums in the form of “gummy” teeth or, to combat recession and decay in with periodontal contouring. Utilizing a soft tissue laser, only the most qualified and experienced prosthodontists can strip away or reshape a patient’s gums into an ideal form while preventing bleeding and future periodontal infections.
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Many reconstructive dental procedures, such as dental implants, require adequate bone depth to be successfully installed and endure years of wear and tear. To that end, patients lacking jawbone depth may require bone grafts prior to commencing any reconstructive work. This can be a strenuous and costly procedure that can be avoided in many cases with All-On-Four® dental implants as opposed to conventional dental implants.
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Porcelain veneers are an excellent treatment for giving dentition a new look in the form of a brand new facade. Not only are porcelain veneers incredibly beautiful, they are also much less invasive than a more involved reconstructive alternative. However, porcelain veneers require healthy base teeth upon which to adhere. Patients with severe decay or damage and those suffering from edentulism will find porcelain veneers may not be adequate.
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Dental bonding, sometimes confused with porcelain veneers, is cosmetic work performed on damaged, discolored, or disfigured teeth utilizing a plastic fill material. Typically acrylic, this fill material can be shaped by a skilled dental professional into ideal forms. Dental bonding is often used to repair broken teeth, reinforce damaged teeth, and even reform parts of a tooth that are missing. Like porcelain veneers, dental bonding cannot replace completely missing or severely damaged and decayed teeth.
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Dental crowns or caps are utilized in order to preserve a severely damaged tooth for which dental bonding may not be sufficient but complete extraction and replacement with dental implants may be unnecessary. Dental crowns may also be necessary in order to provide an abutment and support for dental bridges.
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Dental bridges are dental prosthesis that spans one or more teeth and is typically supported by surrounding healthy teeth, or in some cases, an implanted abutment. Dental bridges literally bridge the gaps resulting from missing teeth and can be an excellent, aesthetic and cost-effective choice for patients missing consecutive teeth in a particular region.
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Orthognathic surgery or treatment, or a corrective jaw procedure, may be a necessary first step in order to correct for a defective bite such as an overbite, underbite, or crossbite. A patient's bite, and the overall position of their jaw, is a critical factor in their overall oral and dental health as well as the quality of their day to day life.
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Maxillofacial Surgery is simply any surgery aimed at treating diseases, injuries, or imperfections to the head, neck, face, jaws, mouth, and face. Many patients will want some form of maxillofacial surgery in order to either enhance their natural proportions or correct for aesthetic flaws.
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No matter which procedures you and Dr. Senehi determine are optimum for achieving your goal, it is important that you are confident in the skills, experience, and commitment of Dr. Senehi and the Facial and Oral Surgery Institute team.
Remember, each smile is a work of art, carefully and deliberately crafted by a professional. Since your smile is such an integral and important aspect of yourself, patients should opt for only the best, most trustworthy doctors and oral surgeons.
At FOSI, we take your smile seriously. Dr. Senehi can help you achieve your cosmetic goals by providing world-class care. Whether you come to FOSI for comprehensive, full-mouth reconstruction and rehabilitation, or just a simple, routine dental or facial treatment, you can rest assured that you’ll be leaving looking and feeling better than ever before. Make Facial and Oral Surgery Institute in Woodland Hills, California your home for all of your cosmetic dentistry and maxillofacial oral surgery needs.
We love to see you smile!
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