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High-Tech Office in Woodland Hills, CA;

The true all-in-one imaging unit.

Dr. Yousefi and Dr. Raz use the latest technology in the dental industry. They understand a dental office on the cutting edge of technology offers numerous benefits to its patients. Whether you are in need of a simple cleaning or extensive implant work, our technology will help you stay more comfortable and give you better results than the outdated tools used in many offices.

Dr. Raz has been practicing dentistry for over a decade. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and an instructor at the University of Southern California, (USC) School of Dentistry, to train dentists in the field of Implant Dentistry.

Our patients in Woodland Hills and surrounding areas value the advanced technology available at Woodland Hills Cosmetic and Family Dentistry. Dr. Yousefi and Dr. Raz (Our 61364 Periodontist) use state-of-the-art CT scans to collect the most accurate diagnostic images to detect dental issues ranging from cavities to sleep apnea and provide treatment with unprecedented confidence.

Unlike a traditional spiral CT scanner, this 3D system utilizes cone beam CT technology and provided precise, crystal-clear digital images while minimizing your exposure to radiation. Our new 3D system enables us to perform a wider range of diagnoses and treatments in our office, helping to reduce multiple visits.

Our new 3D scanner allows us to choose the field of view, or scanning area, that best suits your specific treatment needs. This helps to limit your radiation exposure because we are focusing specifically on your area of concern.

This system brings the latest 3D technology to our Woodland Hills Dentists providing unmatched visualization of anatomical detail aids in treatment planning and help us better explain the particulars of your case and address any questions you might have. Dr. Yousefi and Dr. Raz can use this innovative technology to quickly and easily share 3D images of the area of concern with your referring doctor – allowing the doctors to collaborate on your care, improving your experience and delivering a positive treatment outcome.

With the Orthophos SL, our Woodland Hills dental practice is extremely well prepared for various treatment situations. On the 2D side, the groundbreaking DCS sensor and SL technology satisfy the requirements of practitioners with very high demands for panoramic imaging. In 3D, we can decide (now or later) between the 8 cm x 8 cm or 11 cm x 10 cm volume unit. Both units offer a variety of collimations.

In combination with the pioneering Sidexis 4 imaging software, the Orthophos SL gives you access to a variety of innovative treatment solutions.

Patients throughout 91364 area appreciate the soothing Ambient Light, which offers a choice of over 30 colors for a pleasant atmosphere in the X-ray room that fits perfectly into the look of our Woodland Hills dental practice.

Dental 3D Dental CT Imaging in Woodland Hills, CA

Cone Beam CT Imaging

In the early 20th Century, not long after X-rays were discovered, medical professionals recognized their value as diagnostic tools: They could clearly reveal structures hidden inside the body without the need for risky surgery. At the dawn of the 21st century, a revolutionary new technology has entered the diagnostic arena. Today, Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) promises to change the way many dental problems are diagnosed and treated.

Cone Beam CT has some similarities with conventional X-rays, and also with the standard CT scans you would get in a hospital setting. But it’s a quantum leap forward in technology and diagnostic precision. For the dentist, it offers the ability to visualize intricate structures inside the mouth, such as root canals, nerves and sinuses (air-filled spaces) in the jaw — in three dimensions — without surgery. For the patient, it can reduce the need for invasive procedures, shorten treatment time and offer the chance for a better outcome.

The detailed diagnostic images that CBCT provides have made it an essential tool in many dental specialties. But, as with any diagnostic tool that uses radiation, the medical benefits offered must be weighed against the (small) potential risks of the procedure.

How Cone Beam CT Works

X-rays, like visible light, are a form of energy on the electromagnetic spectrum. Just as light makes an image on photographic film (or a digital camera sensor), X-rays can also form an image. The difference is that energetic X-rays can penetrate bone and soft tissue, and reveal its hidden structure by their varying degrees of absorption; in other words, they form a grayscale picture of what’s underneath the surface. But conventional X-rays are limited: Like a still-life picture, they show only one perspective on the scene.

Now imagine a “flip book” — the kind of small book made up of a series of pictures, each slightly different. When you rapidly page through it, you may see (for example) an animated cartoon or a still subject from different perspectives. If you could put together a flip book made from a series of X-ray “slices” of the same subject, taken at slightly different angles, you would be able to create an “animation” of the X-rays. And from there, it’s only one more step to making a 3-D model.

That’s exactly what CBCT scanners do. Using a rotating imaging device that moves around the patient’s head, the scanner records between 150 and 600 different X-ray views in under a minute. Then, a powerful computer processes the information and creates a virtual model of the area under study. When it’s done, the model appears as a three-dimensional image on a computer screen: It can be rotated from side to side or up and down, examined in greater or less detail, and manipulated in any number of ways — all without the patient feeling any discomfort… or even being present.

Where Cone Beam CT Is Used

The ability to see fine anatomical structures in 3-D has proven invaluable in treating conditions in many areas of dentistry.

Orthodontics: Having accurate information on the position of teeth and jaws helps determine exactly how and where teeth should be moved.

Dental implants: Detailed CBCT images are used to determine the optimum location for the titanium implants while avoiding nerves, sinuses and areas of low bone density.

Orthognathic Jaw Surgery and Temporo-mandibular Joint (TMJ) Disease: Patients benefit when the specialists who treat these conditions can evaluate their anatomy with the three-dimensional perspective that cone beam CT provides.

Oral Surgery: Treatment for tumors or impacted teeth is aided by the level of fine detail shown in these scans.

Endodontics: Dentists performing intricate procedures (like complex root canals, for example) can benefit from a clearer visualization of the tooth’s anatomy.

Sleep Apnea: Imaging the tissues and structures of the nose, mouth and throat can aid in diagnosis and treatment of this dangerous condition.

Could Cone Beam CT Benefit You?

Each patient’s situation is different, and must be carefully considered by a clinical professional before any test or procedure is performed. While CBCT delivers a smaller dose of radiation (X-rays) than many other diagnostic tests, it still carries a small risk — particularly for younger patients, or those with other health problems. As is the case for any medical procedure, all risks, benefits and alternatives are taken into account before the procedure is recommended.

At Woodland Hills Dental Office, we’re here to assist you with your oral health needs no matter your age or condition of your teeth. 91364 area Dentists.

At Woodland Hills Dentistry we always try to treat you right away so you do not experience unnecessary discomfort. Simultaneously, you can count on us to restore your tooth in a way that is both beautiful and natural-looking. To schedule an appointment, call (818) 225-9410.

How do I schedule my next checkup?

Simply call our practice! Our front desk staff will be happy to help schedule your next dental checkup at your convenience. If you are a new patient, please let us know and we will provide you with all the information you need for your first dental visit.

If you live in the 91364 area, don’t delay in scheduling your dental exam. Call (818) 225-9410 today.

Woodland Hills Cosmetic, Implant, Specialty and General Dentistry

Specializing in crowns, teeth whitening, invisalign, porcelain veneers and dental implants. Call (818) 225-9410 for $59.00 XRays, Exam, Cleaning. We are currently accepting new patients, and all PPO insurance are accepted. In House Discount Plan available for patients with no insurance.

Special Offers:

  1. $ 59 Complete Dental Exam, X-Rays and Teeth Cleaning.*

15% off Initial Treatment and a Free Sheer White Take Home Bleaching Kit after Completion of Initial Treatment.

New patients only. $399 value. Limit one per patient. Not valid with other offers. No cash value. Cleaning is a regular cleaning and in the absence of periodontal disease. Teeth Whitening is a take home kit.

  1. Highest Quality Porcelain Veneers $699 Each (4 or More Teeth; $799 Each for 1-3 Teeth)*. (Zirconia, Emax, I.P.S).
  • Free Initial Consultation.
  • Free Cosmetic Consult: Includes Exam and X-Rays*
  • Free Emergency Consult: Includes Exam and X-Rays*
  • Free Invisalign Consult: Includes Exam and X-Rays*
  • Free Implant Consult: Includes Exam and X-Rays*

*Not to be used with any insurance. A $35 fee will be charged to transfer X-Rays).

Call (818) 225-9410 and schedule a consultation with our Woodland Hills Dentists Dr. Yousefi or Dr. Raz. (Woodland Hills Periodontist, Dr. Razmik Galustian).

We accept the following payment methods: American Express, Cash, Check, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa

We serve patients from the following counties: Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley