Long Beach Dentist Creates Non-Profit to Offer Free Cosmetic and Reconstruction Services To Those In Need
Dental Implant Treatment Solution and expert in cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Sean Mohtashami, DDS is considered “the dentist’s dentist” for his work in training colleagues around the world in the latest in cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry.
In 1998, Dr. Sean opened his first general office in Las Vegas, Nevada. With several years of experience under his belt, he then opened the 4M Dental Implant Center in Newport Beach and another in Long Beach. Many dentists around the world come to learn the all-on-4 dental implant procedure from him.
He created a non-profit organization called, Make Me Smile which is intended to transform the lives of those who are in need of dental services who can’t afford dental work, such as victims of domestic abuse and other violence, teens bullied because of their crooked smile or rotting teeth, and those whose mouths have been damaged by illness or diseases.
“While I take great satisfaction in the work I perform, I realize that there are so many people who simply can’t afford cosmetic or reconstructive dentistry,” said Dr. Mohtashami, “Having a warm and radiant smile is your calling card. When you smile, you are acknowledging others and doing so helps brighten their day and makes you feel good inside. Those who have missing, broken, discolored, rotting or crooked teeth tend to hide their smile for fear of being embarrassed. Make Me Smile is intended to help those people. Our world, especially now, needs more smiles.”
For those who are interested or know of someone in need of restorative dentistry condition can send their contact information via email along with a photo to email@example.com. They must also add the cause of the condition and how it has impacted their lives.
The committee for Make Me Smile organization will review all submissions and contact candidates to arrange evaluations. To review the range of services that Dr. Sean Mohtashami offers, visit 4MDentalImplants.com. You may also contact via phone at (562) 491-1000.
By: Jocelyn Torralba