Dr. LaFrom in the News

Sometimes, a blast from the past is the perfect way to show that there’s no point in “fixing something that isn’t broken.” Recently, Dr. Randall LaFrom came across an article about him that ran in 2004 on Wired.com.

The article is all about high-tech dentistry, a topic and field of dentistry that Dr. LaFrom is an expert in.

The article begins with a testimonial from a patient who found relief from laser treatment performed by Dr. LaFrom. After experiencing extreme tooth pain as a result of a receding gum line, the patient said she “could grin from ear to ear on the foggiest, windiest San Francisco day. The repairs took three minutes and didn’t hurt.”

As one of the first dentists in California to own a laser (back in 1989), Dr. LaFrom has expanded his Cupertino, California dental practice and now has highly sophisticated and advanced amenities and treatments for his dental patients.

This highly technical care involves much more than fancy equipment, however. Each year, Dr. LaFrom dedicates himself to continued education classes and seminars to remain on the cutting edge of what’s new in dentistry so that he can provide the best dental possible for his patients.

Dr. LaFrom is proud to use laser and high-tech dentistry in his dental office because it offers unparalleled levels of precision and comfort for his patients. Ultimately, it’s just one more measure he takes to ensure that his patients walk away from their treatment at LaFrom Dentistry with the smile of their dreams.

For more information about high-tech and laser dentistry, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. LaFrom, call his San Jose-area dental office at (408) 996-8595.

View the article about Dr. LaFrom in its entirety here.

~ by cupertinodentist on August 6, 2011.

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