Investment in optimal health is by far your wisest long-term decision.

At Dentistry @ Its Finest, we strive to exceed your expectations.


Optimal health is only maintainable when provider and patient alike commit to a joint partnership effort.




If your crowns, porcelain veneers, or onlays need replacement within 5 years, and the tooth is still savable… As long as Dr. Ayzin maintains his private practice in dentistry… And you do your part (below), we will at no charge:


Replace any crown with a new crown of the same type


Replace any porcelain veneer with a new veneer


Replace any onlay with a new onlay


Note: If a veneered or onlayed tooth is damaged or decayed to the extent that a crown is necessary, the full fee originally paid for the veneer or onlay will be applied toward the crown. You will pay only the difference. We cannot predict if and or when gum or nerve treatments may be required. If needed, they would require additional fees.




Visit our office for a minimum of 2 (4 if we’ve recommended due to gum condition) times per calendar year for cleanings. Note: Many of our patients still return to us after moving across the United States. If you move out of California, yet have done the rest of your part (below), one cleaning & checkup in our office annually will be sufficient to maintain this agreement.


Complete (in our office) all recommended treatment in the quadrant (quarter of the mouth the tooth is question is in), all within a one year period. Gum infection and bacterial decay spread from tooth to tooth. Your path to optimal health requires a comprehensive approach to care.


Advise us of the need to change or cancel appointments at least 48 hours in advance. Shorter notice cancellations or changes severely limit our ability to offer another patient their most preferred time.


If ever any question or concern goes unanswered during office hours, please feel free to contact me via email at: drayzin@finestdentistry.com.


Thank you for the opportunity, and the privilege.


Dr. Michael Ayzin







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