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CI Dentistry Launches a Smile Campaign as Everyone Smiles in the Same Language

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New patient specials ensure everyone can afford to have beautiful teeth.

Palmdale, CA, United States of America – April 11, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

“A smile is a curve that can set everything straight,” Dr. Celia Infante, a dentist in Palmdale California, declares, and experts tend to agree with this statement. To ensure everyone obtains the opportunity to have a beautiful smile, CI Dentistry offers new patients specials and assists those in need of a simple cleaning or those in need of a complete smile makeover. From fluoride treatments and dental implants to porcelain veneer and onlay restorations, the CI Dentistry dentists in Palmdale CA can be of help.

Each patient needs to sit down with the dentist to determine which procedures will help him or her achieve the desired results. In the past, many dental professionals turned to crowns or caps to restore a tooth to its original appearance and shape, but, thanks to advances in technology, crowns or caps are no longer the treatment of choice, due to their high cost. Although they do have the longest life expectancy of cosmetic procedures, patients often wish to explore other options.

“This is one example of where CI Dentistry helps as they offer patients options when it comes to restoring the smile. The goal remains to find a solution that not only fits within the patient’s budget presently, but will be cost effective in the long run. Don’t head to the nearest dental clinic and opt for a full set of dentures or other quick fixes. Although this may seem like a great way to get a beautiful smile quickly, it may cost more in the long run, and removing one or more teeth when this is not called for can actually do more harm than good,” Dr. Infante explains.

Other options available through CI Dentistry include veneers, contouring and reshaping, bleaching, and bonding. Patients often want to learn more about the available solutions and how to improve their dental health. CI Dentistry understands this and provides a comprehensive patient info section where visitors can learn more about everything from air abrasion to zinc as it relates to dental health.

“Everyone smiles in the same language. Make sure your smile is all it can be. With the help of the team at CI Dentistry, achieving this goal may be easier than you believed possible” Dr. Infante proclaims.

About CI Dentistry:
CI Dentistry believes in providing patients with the best experience possible, from routine check ups and cleanings to complete make-overs, because confident smiles lead to a change in one’s outlook, improving self confidence and turning opportunities into triumphs. Patients are treated as individuals, and all team members are trained and highly skilled clinicians committed to providing the care one needs to keep his or her healthy smile. Keeping the patient’s smile in great shape is what CI Dentistry is all about.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.cidentistry.com

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Celia Infante
Email: admin@cidentistry.com
Phone: (661) 878-9686
Organization: CI Dentistry

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