Bone Grafting and Dental Implant – Dr. Matiasevich – Santa Cruz Dentist
In and out, cut and dry, no questions or issues.
Interviewer: All right. So Brian, what was it that took you a while to actually call us to come in?
Brian: Yeah, I’d gone from my original, first dentist had tried the same procedure, and it was so invasive to have to, he ended up having to go in and do almost oral surgery to the palate on my mouth to clean things out. I don’t think he was real experienced in doing it. I think I was kind of a guinea pig for him a little bit, and so it was basically just out of fear coming back. It was probably a good year before I decided to come and have it done. So looking back, this being such a simple procedure, I would have came back the next day originally. So it was just out of fear of having to go through that long, invasive procedure again, which they don’t do anymore, so.
Interviewer: Okay. But everything was pretty cut and dry here, pretty simple, with Dr. Bob?
Brian: Yeah, in and out, cut and dry, no questions or issues, much, much less, much less invasive than the first time I had someone try to do it for me.
As a second-generation dentist,Dr. Matiasevich was raised in Santa Cruz. Dr. Matiasevich completed his undergraduate work in economics at the University of California Irvine and then attended the University of Southern California for his dental degree.