Dr. Boyer has graduated from one of the nation’s top rated Dental Schools – UCLA School of Dentistry in 2008. After dental school, he continued his training at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and the Veterans Administration hospitals in Los Angeless. Here, in addition to comprehensive dental care, his focus was on treating medically compromised patients, covering trauma cases in the emergency room and extensive training in dental surgery.
In order to further his education in the aspects of implant dentistry, Dr. Boyer focused his training in oral surgery, placement and restoration of dental implants. Recently Dr. Boyer has attended and graduated from a 2 year implant residency at the UCLA Dental Implant Continuum, which features the newest technologies and advancements in the field of dental implants. Dr. Boyer is a faculty member at the UCLA School of Dentistry, where he enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience with the dental students and residents, and stays abreast of the advances and research in dentistry.
Our dentist has been in private practice in Simi Valley since 2008 and has placed and restored thousands of dental implants, as well as lectured extensively on dental implants locally and nationally.
Dr. Boyer is a member of multiple state and national dental organizations, and in 2018 was awarded the Fellow status of the prestigious International College of Oral Implantologists.
Cosmetic Dentistry is, in some ways, an expression of art. While there is no official body that issues a certification for this expertise, a dentist can acquire his or her skills through years of training and experience. Cosmetic dentistry refers to any dental work done that improves how your teeth, gums, and/or bite appear (without necessarily contributing any improvement in functionality thereof). It’s a branch of dentistry that focuses on dental aesthetics to make your smile better-looking overall.
There are dozens of procedures involved in cosmetic dentistry. It may include introducing new material to your teeth and gums (such as crowns, laminates, veneers, and gum grafts). It could mean removing an entire tooth structure or a portion of your gums. Dentists might also perform a technique that will neither add nor remove anything from your dental structure but will still include using solutions to, let’s say, whiten your teeth or adjust the color of your gums.