Dr. Nazir has over 30 years of experience as a dentist. After completing his dental studies abroad, he earned a Masters in Oral Surgery degree in London, from the one and only Eastman Dental Institute, finished the first part of an intensive fellowship certification from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, before he fell in love with this beautiful state, and studied another 2 1/2 years in the US to receive approval to practice dentistry in the states. After working as a dental associate and frustrated with the current systems of dental practice he had experienced, he envisioned a special practice with the highest standards, and in 2002 created what is today one of the finest dental practices in the state.

As one of the most experienced dentists in the Orange County area, Dr. Nazir and the rest of the Smile Magic team have the knowledge and skill necessary to provide you with the highest quality of care.

Enhance Your Smile with Custom Cosmetic Treatments

Getting a smile makeover is easier than you thought. Smile Magic provides a number of different cosmetic dental treatments to choose from. Most of our patients prefer to combine a variety of different aesthetic procedures to help them get the best overall results possible. Depending on what your smile has been through, you may want to consider options such as:

  • Metal free and mercury amalgam free restorations
  • Durable dental implants to replace missing teeth
  • Custom porcelain veneers for dramatic results in less time
  • >Professional strength teeth whitening to lift deep, dark stains
  • Clear and tooth colored braces to align your smile
  • White fillings and crowns that repair teeth while blending in with your natural tooth color

What Are Dental Implants?

An implant is an artificial tooth “root” made of biocompatible materials. Most dentists use titanium, which is a metal commonly used in surgical procedures. At Smile Magic, we offer both titanium and metal-free zirconia implant designs that are made right here in California, by the world largest implant company, Nobel Biocare, where Dr. Nazir is an advisor. Zirconia is white, like your real teeth, so it’s also more aesthetic when visibility is a concern.

Benefits of Choosing Implants to Replace Missing Teeth

Compared to more traditional types of tooth replacement, implants offer:

  • A 98% success rate
  • The potential to last for the rest of your life
  • Flexibility to replace as few or many teeth as needed
  • An option that’s non-invasive to adjacent teeth
  • Added bone health and density
  • Prevention of bone shrinkage after tooth loss
  • Maintaining natural tooth alignment and bite function
  • Fixed solutions that mimic natural teeth as opposed to the older removable devices.

Because implants are extremely strong, they can bear more weight than even the healthiest natural tooth.

Q Will I feel any pain?

Most patients feel no discomfort whatsoever during their treatment and feel surprisingly good afterwards.

Q Will I be totally relaxed?

You’ll receive just enough sedation so that you’ll be completely unaware of the treatment, as you would if you were asleep.

Q Will I remember anything?

At the end of the treatment, you’ll have little or no memory of your dental visit.

Q Will I be groggy after my treatment is over?

You will feel just fine. For your safety, we do require that you have a family member or friend drive you home.

Q Is Sedation Dentistry safe for me?

Before starting any treatment, we review your medical history, and we monitor you very closely while you’re under sedation.

Q What is the medication that is used in oral sedation?

It is a little blue pill. A sedative hypnotic pill called Triazolam that is in the same family as Valium. It is short acting, and half of it is used up by your body within 2 hours. It is the same medication that is prescribed hundreds of thousands of times a year by physicians as a very safe prescription sleeping aid. The drug enforcement administration has categorized it as a schedule IV substance, which means it is only one category higher than common aspirin. And, used for dental sedation there has never been a single case of a severe emergency using it in the dental office and there has never ever been a death using this medication in a dental office either. I emphasize, this medication is very, very safe. Again, this medication does not produce a deep sedation or general anesthesia.

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