Dr. Matiasevich offers a full range of general, family, cosmetic and implant dentistry services to patients in Santa Cruz.
Chipped tooth? Missing teeth? Cracked tooth? Hiding your smile? Whatever your dental problem, Dr. Matiasevich has a solution. He can often restore your smile in just one visit. Restore your smile with a new set of teeth in one day or permanent dentures.
From dental crowns to dental implants or simple dental cleanings and teeth whitening, you can revive your smile.
Dr. Matiasevich and his father have been bringing smiles to Santa Cruz for over 40 years. Call today so you can begin smiling confidently again.
Here is a full list of services for you:
- Bad Breath Treatment
- Dental Implants
- Dental Sealants
- Mercury Free Environment
- Night Guards/Occlusal Disease
- TMJ Treatment
- Oral Cancer Screening
- Periodental (Gum) Therapy
- Laser Gum & Bone Disease Therapy
- Preventative Care
- Root Canal
- Tooth Colored Fillings & Bonding
- Wisdom Teeth Extractions
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