Recognizing the dental needs of our aging population, leading San Francisco Implant Dentist, Dr. Mohamed Ali has made a specific effort to welcome patients covered by Medicare.“We believe your wellness is our priority. Good oral health is the key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We understand that there are millions suffering from dental problems and finance is one big reason that keeps people from getting their treatment done” says Dr. Ali.
“To make your treatment convenient, we are now accepting. Medicare insurance. This has already helped many of our patients get their treatment done conveniently, with Medicare paying a major part of the treatment cost. Now you no longer need to worry before getting your treatment done. We will take full care of your health, comfort, and convenience because we want to see you smile.”
Hear from one our patients:
“For a long time, I have been searching for a dentist who accepts Medicare insurance so
that I can get my dental treatment done, without compromising on the expertise of the dentist. At last, I found Dr. Mohamed Ali. I had a lot of missing teeth and needed
dental implants so that I can enjoy my life again. Not only did.Ali does a great job but the fact that he accepted Medicare, was a relief. Dr.Ali is extremely professional and knowledgeable. He placed dental implants in my mouth, with bone graft to support the implants. The entire procedure was painless with the help of intravenous sedation. I fell asleep and woke up when all the work was done. Now I can eat whatever I want and smile whenever I can. It has been a life-changing experience and I am really thankful to Dr.Ali for taking care of me in every way.”
Dr. Ali has established a solid reputation for excellent dental care services in San Francisco. His office offers a wide variety of dental implant techniques, catering to the needs of the patients; including single-tooth restoration, multiple teeth restoration, full arch restoration, along with bone grafting, soft tissue grafting, and 3D imaging. The versatility in terms of the number of operations performed is unsurpassed.