Fremont CA Dental Implant Tooth Arch Replacement Services Launched

Fremont, California dental clinic Jerry Yang, DDS updated its range of dental implant solutions for patients of all ages. The clinic provides a vast array of treatments, including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, and more.

Fremont, United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Jerry Yang, DDS, a professional dental clinic in Fremont, California, announced the launch of an updated range of dental implant solutions for local patients. The clinic provides tailored dental implant services designed to restore the feel, form and function of the patient’s smile.

More information can be found at Dental Implants Fremont

Dental implants are often the best option for replacing missing teeth. The newly launched dental implant solutions at Jerry Yang, DDS aim to help patients enhance not only their smile, but their overall oral and dental health as well.

Whether a person is missing just one tooth or an entire arch of teeth, dental implants are an optimal tooth replacement option that looks, feels, and functions like a natural tooth.

Dr. Jerry Yang at Jerry Yang, DDS has extensive experience in implant treatments, from single tooth implants to full arch implant reconstructions. He works closely with his patients to tailor a treatment plan designed specifically to their condition so they can achieve optimal results.

During these days of concern and uncertainty due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Yang and his team have taken appropriate precautions to contain the spread of the virus and protect human health. For further questions, patients are advised to contact the clinic directly before visiting by calling 510-797-2611.

With the recent announcement, the team at Jerry Yang, DDS strive to offer comfortable and affordable restorative solutions to help patients regain confidence in their smile and protect their oral health for life.

A satisfied patient said: “I had avoided going to the dentist for over 25 years before being referred to Dr. Yang. Dr. Yang worked with me to set-up a payment plan that would work for both of us. He didn’t lecture me about neglect or failure to floss or brush, but instead reassured me that I wasn’t beyond salvage. Working with Dr. Yang has put a smile back on my face that I can be proud of!”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website, or call 510-797-2611 for an appointment.

Contact Info:
Name: Jerry Yang
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Organization: Jerry Yang, DDS
Address: 4529 Mattos Dr., Fremont, CA 94536, United States
Phone: +1-510-797-2611
Website: https://www.jerryyangdds.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952688

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