Dentist's Money Digest / Dr. Sargon Lazarof Dentist Blends Science and Art to have the Best of Both Worlds May 24, 2017


Music is therapeutic, and not just for patients. Sargon Lazarof, D.D.S., says at the end of a stressful day, there’s nothing better than strumming his guitar and singing. It helped pay his way to an undergraduate degree, and now it’s helping his patients.


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The Doctors / Dr. Sargon Lazarof Dr. Sargon Lazarof and Ultra Tooth featured on The Doctors May 12, 2017


Brandy survived domestic abuse and bulimia – but her ruined teeth were a permanent reminder of the trauma she’d suffered. The Doctors arranged for Brandy to see a dentist in hopes of giving her back her smile, and now she’s returned to show us the results! Does Brandy have a new mouth to go with her new life? (more…)

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San Fernando Business Journal / Dr. Sargon Lazarof, UltraTooth SMILE IN A FLASH April 6, 2017


Where does a Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia go for dental work? To Dr. Sargon Lazarof at the Sargon Dental & Implant Institute in Encino. Lazarof is the inventor of Ultratooth, an FDA-approved dental implant procedure that can be completed in one hour and provides a new tooth with full functionality immediately after the surgery. (more…)

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The List / Dr. Sargon Lazarof Things you’re doing that will ruin your smile March 3, 2017


Your smile conveys so much information. It expresses happiness, can mask sadness, will indicate sarcasm, and often conveys warmth. Your smile is the feature that can light up your entire face and is often returned by whomever you may flash a grin at. But there are daily things you are doing that will ruin your smile, the majority of which involve some sort of damage to the teeth. Chances are, you are guilty of one, two, or six of these behaviors, and you are slowly and steadily lessening the general awesomeness of your smile. (more…)

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Health Business Blog / Dr. Sargon Lazarof, UltraTooth Reform dentistry but don’t blindly copy the medical model January 12, 2017


It’s always struck me as odd that the dental and medical systems are so separate. Oral health and overall health are closely interlinked, and the mouth is just as much a part of the body as anything else. A commentary in Health Affairs (The Dental-Medical Divide) by Elizabeth A. Mertz, a dental professor at UCSF does a good job of laying out the current state and what to expect going forward. While I learned from the article and agree with many of the conclusions, I do think it’s important that dentistry continue to deviate in some ways from the path followed by the medical profession. (more…)

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