About Mark Kramer, DDS
Mark Kramer, DDS, is a dental implant expert with over 30 years of experience. His state-of-the-art self-titled office Dr. Mark Kramer, DDS is located in Tustin, California, and was voted one of the Top Dental Offices of Orange County by the Los Angeles Times and Orange County Register’s readers poll.
Dr. Kramer’s desire to become a dentist began after his mother was rear-ended in a taxi accident. On her road to recovery, she restored the health and aesthetics of her smile with a full mouth reconstruction. Knowing that he too wanted to be a dentist, Dr. Kramer earned his dental degree from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in Baltimore, Maryland.
After dental school, he pursued postgraduate studies in reconstructive dentistry, implant dentistry, and sedation dentistry by attending Spear Education in Seattle, Washington, the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum in San Francisco, California, and the renowned Misch International Implant Institute.
Dr. Kramer is a fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, and a member of the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation and has been invited to the Nationwide Register’s Who’s Who.
In his practice, Dr. Kramer uses his refined expertise to create exceptional results and welcomes everyone as friends and family and provides top-quality dental brands made in the United States.
The team prides itself on running a pain-free practice rooted in safety and predictability and boasts a 99% success rate in their implant and restoration procedures with a lifetime guarantee of effectiveness.
The team maintains a patient-centric focus and tailors its care to enhance the dental experience. All procedures are performed in-office, with Saturday appointments available. They also offer free CT scans with cone beam technology and 0% interest financing with the lowest price guarantee for their services. To get started, schedule a visit online or call today.
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