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A Smile Makeover from West Hills Smiles can Bring Sparkle to Your Life

Drs. Pasha and Hakimzadeh are renowned for providing West Hills Smiles patients with confidence-boosting smile makeover treatment.

LOS ANGELES, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Calabasas dentist team at West Hills Smiles has garnered praise in recent years for providing their patients with effective treatments for a wide variety of dental conditions. Perhaps more than any other procedure, it is the results of their smile makeover that has brought acclaim throughout Southern California to Dr. Pasha and Dr. Hakimzadeh for general, preventative and restorative dentistry. As the office for a dentist Woodland Hills trusts for brilliantly white and artistically sculpted smiles, West Hills Smiles is a leader in crafting stunning smiles that build confidence and spread joy. 

It's perfectly understandable if you're confused as to what exactly constitutes a smile makeover. In fact, a smile makeover can consist of a variety of cosmetic dentistry processes and procedures. For many people, that might include various professional teeth whitening measures, for others, it could include the use of Invisalign for invisible orthodontia, veneers, or even laser gum reshaping for eliminating overly "gummy" smiles.

Despite the variety of cosmetic dentistry measures that might be a part of a smile makeover at West Hills Smiles, the one element that each smile makeover has in common is the transformative results experienced by every patient. Depending on individual patient concerns and aesthetic goals, Dr. Ben or Dr. Pasha will use meticulous skill and a trained, artistic eye to provide a rejuvenated, youthful glow that draws attention to the unique beauty of each patient's smile.

When undergoing any cosmetic dental procedure – particularly one as comprehensive as a full smile makeover – feelings of anxiousness are perfectly natural. Thanks to their exceptional dental knowledge and experience, though, the team at West Hills Smiles is able to put every patient at ease. As reinforced in their mission statement, their professional team offers "a relaxed atmosphere and caring spirit while (they) help you be healthy, happy, and proud of your smile."

About the Dentists
As graduates of the prestigious USC School of Dentistry, Drs. Ben Reyhani and Pasha Hakimzadeh are both celebrated professionals in the field of dentistry who have provided Los Angeles residents with the highest level of services for a number of years. In their role at West Hills Smiles, the two experts bring unparalleled commitment to their patients with cutting-edge dental treatments. These include state-of-the-art smile imaging technology that offers patients a sense of what to expect from the dental procedure.

If you're looking to bring the joy and self-confidence that comes with a brilliantly beautiful smile into your own life, don't hesitate to contact West Hills Smiles. For further information on an appointment with Dr. Reyani or Pasha, or a free initial consultation with their dental team, please visit www.westhillssmiles.com or call (818) 346-4303. Their friendly and professional staff looks forward to hearing from you.

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