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New York Cosmetic Dentist Collaborates With World-Renowned Ceramist Jason J. Kim

Dr. Konstantine Trichas of Upper East Side Dental Arts Works Closely With Jason J. Kim Oral Design in New York to Offer His Patients Natural-Looking Solutions for Beautiful Smiles

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 02/18/14 -- Dr. Konstantine Trichas, a dentist in New York, strives to provide his patients with the highest quality dental care possible. With this goal in mind, he has built a relationship with the world-renowned ceramist Jason J. Kim to provide beautiful, natural-looking smiles for patients of Upper East Side Dental Arts. The certified dental technician is known for his ability to craft seamless dental restorations (such as crowns, porcelain veneers, and many other solutions), an ability that prompts Dr. Trichas to describe him as an artist.

Jason J. Kim is known as one of the leading ceramists in the world. He founded the Jason Kim Dental Laboratory in New York and studied under Master Ceramist Willi Geller. Jason Kim is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at New York University College of Dentistry, where he is also Director of the course "Mastering Aesthetics and Ceramics." He has authored numerous dental articles, and his first book, The Master Ceramist, was recently published.

Dr. Trichas says he is proud to offer patients of his New York practice the talent and skill of Jason Kim. When patients consult with the ceramist, aesthetic details like the color, shape, and other goals of the restoration are discussed. Common restoration procedures include porcelain veneers, dental implants, and dental crowns. Dr. Trichas believes working with Jason Kim adds value to the overall process, and he says patients can look forward to beautiful cosmetic results.

At Upper East Side Dental Arts, Dr. Trichas says helping patients achieve healthy, natural-looking smiles is the goal, with patient safety and comfort being top priorities. By offering various options, such as sedation dentistry, to help patients feel at ease, as well as working with respected professionals like Jason J. Kim, Dr. Trichas believes his patients can achieve the smile they have always desired.

About Konstantine Trichas, DDS, FAGD

Dr. Konstantine Trichas received his dental degree from SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. He completed a residency at Muhlenberg Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania followed by a fellowship at the Academy of General Dentistry. Dr. Trichas is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is one of few dental professionals in the U.S. who holds a Patent on Dental Impression Technology. He is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. Trichas and Upper East Side Dental Arts, visit uppereastsidedentalarts.com and facebook.com/UpperEastSideDentalArts.

To view the original source of the press release, click here: http://www.uppereastsidedentalarts.com/press-release/new-york-cosmetic-dentist-collaborates-with-world-renowned-ceramist-jason-j-kim/

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