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Parsa T. Zadeh, DDS
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Beverly Hills Cosmetic Dentist
Beverly Hills Cosmetic Dentist

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How to Make a Simple, Economical and Fixed Implant Supported Bridge

Today's precision milled components can be used to attach a prosthesis to the implants without any cement in a manner that the prosthesis becomes un-removable for the patient but stays removable by the dentist. Learn more...http://bit.ly/29EtoZb

#Implanova #ImplantDentistry #Dentures #ImplantBridge
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Press Release: Dental Evolutions Attends the Western Society of Periodontology (WSP) Annual Scientific Session in Las Vegas, NV and Introduces First Ever Friction Grip Bridge in the US #Implanova #LasVegas #MandalayBayResort #ParsaZadehDDS #Implantology #Dentures
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Watch me demonstrate seamless removal and application of my delighted patient's friction grip denture system. ‪#‎DentalImplants‬ ‪#‎Implanova‬ ‪#‎ZadehDentistry‬ ‪#‎DrZadehDDS‬
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Happy Cinco De Mayo! Let's celebrate responsibly. ‪#‎CincoDeMayo‬
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Tooth plaque can fossilize while you're still alive!!

Calculus is the only part of your body to fossilize while you're still alive. It begins as plaque, which forms when bacteria and bits of food meet saliva. If it’s not washed away by brushing and flossing, the calcium phosphate in saliva solidifies, depositing layer after layer of calculus where the teeth meet the gums. Bacteria, food, human DNA, and proteins are all trapped in the calculus like bugs in amber...

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/03/160315-tooth-plaque-dna-archaeology/
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Did you know that 75% of the U.S. population has some form of periodontal gum disease? #DentalFacts #DentalHealth
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Is your toothbrush too firm?! Some people think the firmer the toothbrush, the better. This isn't the case, especially for older adults. With age, the gums push back and the roots of the teeth become exposed, often increasing sensitivity. A brush with too-firm bristles may irritate the gums and lead to sensitive teeth. 
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Hunter-gatherers had almost no malocclusion and dental crowding, and the condition first became common among the world's earliest farmers some 12,000 years ago in Southwest Asia...http://bit.ly/22Lu683
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This week is National Dental Hygienist Week! A big thank you to our talented team! #DentalHygiene #OralCare 
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