Cosmetic Dentist Near UCLA Offers Dental Services To Student Population

August 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Swiss Quality Smile, a cosmetic dentist near UCLA, is pleased to offer a variety of cosmetic and periodontal services to their West Los Angeles patients. The practice is headed by Dr. Ilona Casellini, DMD, a 4th generation dentist.

With generations of experience working in dental care, Dr. Casellini understands that working closely with each patient to develop a care plan that works with their budget and lifestyle is of the utmost importance. Due to the vast array of cosmetic and periodontal services Swiss Quality Smile offers, and the close proximity of the practice to the University of California’s Los Angeles campus, the dental office is a popular choice among the student population.

Many patients at Swiss Quality Smile choose the practice due to the cosmetic dental services offered there. While many people want straight, even teeth, they do not want to deal with the expense and potential years of discomfort that traditional braces cause. Fortunately for Swiss Quality Smile patients, the practice offers Invisalign services for those who qualify for it.

Invisalign straightens teeth just as well as traditional braces but relies on custom made, translucent aligning trays instead of permanent wires and brackets. The trays are as easily removable as any retainer and can be taken out when the wearer eats. The impact on daily life that this teeth straightening system causes is negligible compared to traditional braces, and the cost is significantly cheaper. These two factors make this technique much more attractive to college students, and it is one of the most popular cosmetic services that the practice offers their younger patients.

In addition to cosmetic dental services, Swiss Quality Smile offers several periodontal procedures as well. These services include bi-yearly tooth cleanings that are necessary for all patients to ensure good oral health, as well as scaling and root planing. These services are important for everyone, but especially so for those with periodontal disease. The scaling and root planing services are often done in-office, with local anesthetic, and allow patients who need a deeper cleaning (than the typical 6-month routine cleaning) to leave the practice with a clean and bright smile.

The routine cleaning services are especially popular with local UCLA students due to the proximity of the practice to campus. Many international and out-of-state UCLA students often come to the realization that they are now located far away from their usual dentist. Referred to by some as the best cosmetic dentist in West Los Angeles, the location, quality, and the attractive price of these services make Swiss Quality Smile a popular choice for young adults in this situation.

Along with routine dental services, Swiss Quality Smile provides patients with fillings, inlays and onlays, dentures and partials, digital dental x-rays, and intra-oral photography. These services allow Swiss Quality Smile’s patients to receive the care they need without travelling to a separate location. Some of these services are necessary for all patients, while others are selected on a case-by-case basis depending on the patient’s dental history, any mouth or tooth injuries, or the presence of cavities. Dr. Casellini works closely with each individual to determine the best course of action. Taking into account budget, time available, and lifestyle, Swiss Quality Smile aims to provide the best care while keeping the entire process as stress-free and laid back as possible.

While Swiss Quality Smile is a popular choice among the young student population at UCLA, Dr. Casellini is also a fan favorite among families and those with special needs. The dentist can often be a scary place for young patients or people with disabilities, but the relaxing atmosphere in Swiss Quality Smile and Dr. Casellini’s attention to detail allows every patient to have their needs met.

“My father broke his teeth and his previous dentist wanted to do major treatment even with my father being chronically ill. Dr. Casellini did exactly what my father wanted, for a very reasonable price. Everyone was patient and worked well with my father, even though he is a very difficult patient to work with due to his illness. The dental assistant spoke Spanish to my father, which made him feel comfortable. They really went above and beyond for him. My father was very happy and only wants to come to this dental office,” says Maria B. in her review of the practice.

Those who are young students at UCLA, have a family, or simply want quality dental care at a reasonable price may visit Swiss Quality Smile’s website to learn more about the services they offer. A family dentist in West Los Angeles from the day they opened their doors, Swiss Quality Smile strives to achieve whole-body wellness for every patient.

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For more information about Swiss Quality Smile, contact the company here:

Swiss Quality Smile
Dr. Ilona Casellini, DMD
(310) 208-3125
office@swissqualitysmile.com
10921 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1013 Los Angeles, CA 90024

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