Prosthodontist helps restore smiles, self-confidence

When it’s healthy and confident, your smile is what people notice first, it leaves a lasting impression. This is why people come to Azita Vakili, D.M.D., to restore their smile and their self-confidence.

Dr. Vakili has served the San Diego community for more than 18 years as a prosthodontist at the forefront of her field, through advanced education and providing care in a progressive office equipped with the latest dental microscopes, lasers and digital X-rays. Dr. Vakili recently announced her second location in Poway.

Formally trained in all areas of cosmetic and implant dentistry, Dr. Vakili restores and creates beautiful smiles with porcelain veneers, ceramic crowns, inlays and onlays, laser teeth-whitening and Invisalign. With dental implants, patients who had lost teeth can enjoy foods and smile without feeling self-conscious.

Dr. Vakili offers the comfort of sedation dentistry, so even the most uneasy patient feels comfortable.

“Fear of dentistry should never stand in the way of a healthy and beautiful smile” she says.

Dr. Vakili’s credentials include recognition as a top dentist by San Diego Magazine and inclusion among America’s top dentists in 2009 by Consumers’ Research Council of America, as well as: Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists; Member of American College of Prosthodontists; Member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association and San Diego County Dental Society.

Dr. Vakili’s offices are located at 530 Lomas Santa Fe, #3, Solana Beach or 17525 Pomerado Road, #200, Poway, (858) 481-4212.

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