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Dentists in Lebanon Making Hollywood Smiles a Reality

By Kai Wade - Director of Communications & Social Media | October 14th, 2014

Beirut, Lebanon has become the gateway for comprehensive dentistry as world-class dentists aim to provide patients with the best care possible. Lebanon is also alluring dental patients with its vibrant culture and exotic setting that wakes up the soul.

Offering inclusive cosmetic and preventive dentistry options — delicately designed to promote optimal oral health and a Hollywood smile, the dental clinics in Lebanon are modern, state-of-the-art facilities.

Using the most innovative dental techniques, premier dental surgeons help you achieve a beautiful smile while enjoying the most comfortable treatment process from start to finish. In addition to the cosmetic and restorative treatments, dentists in Lebanon offer porcelain veneers and dental implants, so that you can maintain the health of your teeth and gums.

Highlight — Lounge Clinic Lebanon

The Lounge Dental Clinic in Beirut is just a simple flight away and it’s no secret that individuals from the United States, Europe, the UK, Africa, Australia, the Middle East and other countries travel to Lebanon for advanced dental treatment.

Have you considered going abroad for your dental treatment? Lebanon has seen a momentous increase in dental tourism in recent years. The clinic is providing a competitive edge over others for its cost-effective, quality and timely dental care. The dental clinic can create beautiful smiles, while catering to your individual situation.

Lounge Dental Clinic Offers:

•        #1 Dental implants

•        Hollywood smile

•        Cosmetics/Veneers

•        Bleaching

•        Periodontics

•        Orthodontics

•        Oral surgery

Besides the dental treatments offered at Lounge Dental Clinic, dental patients benefit from a touristic package to enhance their overall experience. Todays advanced techniques and top materials are making a big difference in dentistry. The skill, experience, and commitment of Lounge Dental — using a unique combination of science and artistry — is giving patients the perfect smile.

High-Tech, Comforting Gadgets

Lounge Dental Clinic places a great deal of emphasis on the advanced technology and educational tools available in today’s industry.  In a convention hall across the globe, companies like Colgate and Crest are displaying their best high-tech gadgets in San Francisco.

So, what’s new? A digital impression wand may signal the end of biting down on distasteful dentistry goop. How about a 3D picture inside your mouth that can be printed — allowing for a quick crown treatment?
And then there’s teeth whitening. Teeth whitening is bigger than ever, but has a history of being painful. Start Pure uses a detergent, that's also an anesthetic, so you feel nearly nothing while you're waiting minutes for that bright white smile.

The Dentalvibe is a vibrating device to help rid the pain from the exonerating pressure of a needle. "It actually closes what's called the pain gate. It actually prevents the brain from sensing the pain," stated Bobby Glennon, V.P. of DentalVibe group sales.

To learn more about cosmetic dentistry, find a dental surgeon near you.


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