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The practice of dentistry encompasses an amazing array of services and procedures, all with a common goal: to help you to preserve your natural teeth as long as possible, ensure your oral health, and keep you looking and feeling great throughout life.

Include: tooth aged, small chip and crack teeth whitening, porcelain veneer composite veneer, discolored teeth, Gummy smile, Gap, crowding


There’s so much that can be done these days to improve the appearance of person’s smile- at any age.
From powerful, professional whitening treatments to amazingly realistic porcelain veneers to state-of-the-art dental implants, there’s a wide range of exciting probabilities.
The first step in any smile make over is a thorough dental examination to make sure that your cosmetic problems really are just that, and not a sign of underlying dental disease. Once your health has been established, your smile can be cosmetically enhanced in a variety of ways.
It is extremely helpful for you to bring in pictures you have collected-of smiles you like, smiles you don’t like and / or photos of the way your own smile used to look, if that’s the result you’re aiming for.
Now is the time to get started on creating a smile that will make you feel as good as you look!

While dental implants are not everyone, they are highly successful for most people. For a successful implant to hold a candidate must have proper bone density and a strong immune system. As with natural teeth, dental implants require proper oral hygiene.
Surgery is necessary to prepare the area for a dental implant and placement of the implant into the mouth. The implant can be used to anchor teeth, bridges or other prostheses. Both surgical phase and restorative phase is completed in our dental office.
Dr. Sarbaz has over 20 years of dental implant experience. If you are considering implant placement Book a Free Consultation. Dr. Sarbaz will evaluate you and determine whether you are a good candidate. If you are, you will be given further information to help you make your decision.


Facial rejuvenation is a cosmetic treatment, which aims to restore a youthful appearance to the human face.
Facial rejuvenation is performed in two ways:
1. The surgical procedures (Invasive)
2. Non-Surgical Procedures (Non-Invasive)
At Amirad Clinic with help of the latest method and non-surgical procedures, all rejuvenation process is performed using fillers and Botox.
In our opinion, dentists can be more successful in rejuvenation of the face, because they are more familiar with the face shape and position of the muscle.
Simultaneous combination of smile makeover and facial rejuvenation can have a brilliant result.
For more information on facial rejuvenation and get a free consultation please contact Amirad Family Dentistry.

Sedation dentistry uses medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. Patients are usually awake with the exception of those who are under general anesthesia.
At Amirad Family Dentistry oral sedation is one of the available methods of conscious sedation dentistry, along with inhalation nitrous oxide (happy gas) and conscious intravenous sedation. We use conscious sedation techniques when necessary to perform dental procedures with minimal pain, discomfort and anxiety of the patient.
We are specially trained and are certified to use sedation dentistry in our office.
Before administering any sedative or anesthetic, we will explain the process of sedation and review your pre-and post-sedation instructions.
If you are one of those who are afraid of dental procedures do not hesitate to contact us and get a free consultation on sedative dentistry.


Orthodontic treatment is the original smile makeover tool and you will be happy to know that you’re never too old to take advantage of it. But it isn’t all about looks: properly aligned teeth help you to bite, Chew and even speak more effectively. They are also easier to clean, which helps keep your mouth free of tooth decay and gum disease.

The amazing thing about orthodontic is that it harnesses the body’s natural ability to remodel its own tissue. With the application of light, constant force, orthodontic appliances gently reshape bone and move teeth into better positions.

Orthodontic treatment can resolve a number of bite problems, which often become evident by around age 7. These include under bite, cross bite or excessive overbite, where upper and lower teeth don’t close in the proper position; open bite, where a space remains between top and bottom teeth when the jaws are closed; and crowding or excessive spacing, where teeth are spaced too close together or too far apart.
To correct bite problems, teeth need to be moved-but doing that isn’t as hard as you might think! Teeth aren’t fixed rigidly in their supporting bone; instead, they’re held in place by a hammock-like structure called the periodontal ligament, which is very responsive to forces placed on the teeth. Orthodontic appliances move teeth by careful applicant of light, constant pressure.

Orthodontics is for children-and Adult
Having orthodontic treatment in childhood is ideal in order to take advantage of a youngsters’ natural growth processes to help move the teeth into proper alignment. This phase of growth modification can shorten overall treatment time and ensure the best result if additional orthodontic appliances are needed.

But remember, healthy teeth can be moved at any age. In fact, about one in five of today’s orthodontic patients is an adult. Before treatment, adults are carefully examined for signs of periodontal disease, which will be brought under control before treatment begins.
Types of orthodontic appliances
When you imaging someone wearing braces, you probably picture small metal brackets bonded to the front of the teeth, with a thin wire running through them, this time-tested style remains very popular

But it’s no longer the only option. Clear braces use brackets made of ceramic or plastic which, except for the slim arch wire, are hardly visible. Lingual braces are just like traditional metal braces-except they’re bonded to the back of your teeth so that no one can see them.
Removable clear aligners are an alternative to fixed orthodontic appliances. They consist of a series of clear plastic “trays” that fit over your teeth exactly; each one moves your teeth a little bit, until they are in the proper position. Whether fixed or removable, each type of appliance may have advantages or disadvantages in particular situations. After a complete examination, the best treatment options for you will be discussed.

Post Orthodontic care
Once your orthodontic treatment is completed, it’s extremely important to wear a retainer as directed.
That’s because teeth naturally tend to drift back to their original locations- which is the last thing you want after you’ve gone to the trouble of straightening them! Nearing a retainer holds your teeth in their new position long enough for new bone and ligament to re-form around them, and helps keep your gorgeous new smile looking good for a lifetime.

For more information on orthodontics, please contact Amirad Family Dentistry today on 416-221 9000




Periodontal therapy can take various forms, but the goal is always to restore diseased tissues to health. Gum disease can spread from the gums to the bone that supports the teeth, and may even cause tooth loss in the most severe cases.
There are very effective therapies to combat this, ranging from scaling that remove plaque and calculus from beneath the gum line, to surgical repair of lost gum and bone tissue.

Periodontal therapy includes both surgical and non-surgical:
• Scaling and root planning
The best starting point to control gum disease, using hand scalers
and / or ultrasonic instruments.
• Gum Grafting
• Periodontal plastic surgery
Refers to any reshaping procedure that creates a more pleasing

appearance of the gum tissues.
• Periodontal laser treatment
Removing diseased gum tissue with lasers can offer significant advantages over conventional surgery, such as less discomfort and gum shrinkage.
Crown lengthening surgery
This is a surgical procedure to make the teeth look longer and the smile less gummy for cosmetic reasons or to aid in securing a new dental crown.

Dental plaque is the main cause of periodontal disease. So it’s essential to remove it every day with effective brushing and flossing.
Of course, there are some areas of the mouth that a toothbrush and floss just can’t reach, which is why it’s so important to have regular professional cleanings at the dental office. Your regular dental exam is also a time when early signs of gum disease can be detected-before they become apparent even to you.
For get a free consultation about periodontal problem please contact us.




General Dentistry offers a wide range of services to make sure your teeth stay healthy, function well and look great. These procedures include:

• Cleaning oral exams
Endodontic treatment
• Tooth filling
• Prevent bad oral habits
• Soft and hard tissue surgery
• fluoride therapy
• Sealant
Mouth guards

Many people only go to the dentist when something is wrong. That is truly a shame. Because they are missing out on so many preventive services that can save discomfort and expense.
Regular dental visit are essential to make sure oral health problems from tooth decay to oral cancer and detected and treated in a timely manner.

The American Academy of pediatric dentistry recommends that your child see a dentist by his / her first birthday.Though this may sound early, learning proper pediatric oral hygiene techniques, checking for cavities, and watching for developmental problems is extremely important.

There are a variety of dental treatments offered to prevent tooth decay in children, or to save or repair teeth when necessary they include:
• Topical fluoride
Fluoride incorporates into the enamel of teeth, making it harder and more resistant to decay.
• Dental Sealants
A plastic coating can be applied at the dental office to prevent cavities by sealing the little grooves on the chewing surface of back teeth known as “pits and fissures”.
• Root canal treatment
Baby teeth are important guides to the permanent teeth that are already forming beneath your child’s gums. Therefore, saving them from premature loss can help prevent a malocclusion (“mal” = bad, “occlusion” = bite) that requires orthodontic treatment. As mention above, sometimes children need root canals.

• Bonding
Chips and minor fractures to front teeth or decay of back teeth – common childhood occurrences – can be repaired with tooth – colored bonding materials.

Oral health is a crucial component of your overall health and well-being.
It’s important to realize that small-and readily treatable-problems in your mouth can become more complicated, painful and expensive if neglected for too long. Some of these oral health conditions may even have ramifications throughout the whole body.
The best way to keep your teeth clean and free disease, your gums pink and healthy, and your breath fresh, is a program of daily oral hygiene. Your regular routine should include the following:
• Brush and floss
You should brush at least twice a day and floss at least once daily.
• Make sure you’re getting the proper amount of fluoride.
Fluoride strengthens tooth enamel. You should always use fluoride tooth paste. If more fluoride is needed, it can be applied directly to your teeth at the dental office

• Limit between-meal snacks.
Sugar snacks are the perfect fuel for decay-causing bacteria.
So give your mouth a break, and limit sugary treats to mealtime.
• Use an appropriate mouth rinse therapeutic mouth rinses do more than temporarily mask bad smells or tastes in your mouth – they can improve your overall oral hygiene.

• Quit tobacco
Tobacco use greatly increases your risk of oral cancer, gum disease, and tooth decay.
• Examine your mouth regularly.
Once you’ve established a regular routine, you’ll quickly recognize any changes in your mouth – like chipped teeth, red or swollen gums, or unusual sores.
If you find something of concern, contact US.
Early treatment offers the best chance to remedy many problems.


In the field of dentistry, new technology is constantly changing the way diseases are diagnosed, routine procedures are performed, and illness are prevented. Although they may seem unfamiliar at first, new and improved dental technologies offer plenty of real benefits for patients.
Here’s some of the latest technologies which use in our office.
• Air Abrasion technology
Working like a mini-sandblaster for teeth, this hand-held device removes tiny amounts of tooth material with precision control
• CAD / CAM same-day crown fabrication
It’s now possible to have permanent crown restorations completed in a single day
• Dental Implants
Today’s preferred method of replacing teeth. It looks and feels exactly like what nature gave you.
• Digital Dental Impressions
A series of images is converted into a 3-D model, which can be used to assess a tooth’s condition or fabricate dental restorations.
• Digital X-Rays
Has made dental x-rays safer (90% less radiation) and even more useful.
And there are other advantages including the elimination of waiting time for pictures to develop, and sharper images that can be enhanced instantly to show detail
• Intra – oral camera
It comes to helping you understand your dental examination, diagnosis and treatment.
• Laser diagnosis and treatment
Lasers are being used to detect tiny spots of tooth decay, treat gum disease, and remove cancerous cells in the mouth.
They are also employed in gum surgery … even cavity treatments.

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