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Los Angeles Dentist Dr. Sam Muslin Receives LA's Best Award 2009
Date:9/16/2009

a high tech dentist and a cosmetic dentist in order to treat complex Face Lift dentistry.

Patient Safety in the High Tech Dental Office

The highest level of patient safety is made possible with private treatment rooms and sliding glass doors. The sliding doors provide safety from airborne pathogens generated during dental care in other rooms. With the threat of contagious viral infections (like swine flu) causing colds and flu, the private treatment rooms protect the patients. Additionally, safety is taken to another level because the rooms have purified air with two levels of electronic air filtration and rapid air exchange for maximum air circulation.

In addition, the treatments rooms use only distilled water in the dental water lines; all equipment, including cameras, have plastic barriers; the entire hand-piece is sterilized for every patient; and the walls of the treatment rooms are lead-lined to protect patients in other rooms from x-rays. All dental materials used in the mouth are biologically compatible and have been proven over many years.

Every treatment room features fully interactive DVD systems that can provide the client with audio and visual demos of every dental procedure. And every room has a tiny camera that shows the patient the problems that are being treated magnified 26 times on a TV monitor! Magnification dentistry has become a requirement for high tech dental care because the dentist can produce higher quality work.

With ceiling mounted TV's, the patient has a TV set mounted in the ceiling, directly above their faces. The patients have remote controls and headphones to provide entertainment during their care.

What about Cosmetic Dentistry and Cosmetic Surgery?

Most patients who go to a cosmetic dentist get porcelain veneers or porcelain crowns on their upper teeth for a better smile. "But when you think about it," says Dr. Muslin, "p
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