March 26, 2023

SAN FRANCISCO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 19, 2022 / Dental health is an integral part of human wellness, but not many people give it a topmost priority until they start experiencing dental issues. Healthcare professional and founder of Dion Health, Dr. Amin Samadian has committed himself to creating awareness about the importance of dental healthcare in human health.
Dion Health has been at the forefront of a one-of-a-kind holistic healthcare model that gives utmost priority to the awareness and appreciation of dental healthcare. Dr. Amin Samadian’s goal with Dion Health is to integrate medical, dental and cosmetic techniques into healthcare to transform people’s lives. “Our vision is to create a healthier society by providing unrestricted access to premier healthcare services delivered by top-notch, passionate, ever-learning and experienced professionals using the highest technical level,” Dr. Samadian said4
Dr. Samadian takes it upon himself to educate people about how their dental health ties to their overall wellness. At Dion Health, dental health is the primary care, but it opens up a clear vision of the patients’ underlying health conditions. Dr. Amin Samadian works with a team of caring, compassionate and expert healthcare professionals. The team takes pride in owning a dynamic treatment process that combines medical, dental and cosmetic care. They use the latest technology to deliver to patients a wide range of services such as smile reconstructions, bite health, gum health, oral muscles, smile reconstructions and tooth health.
Dion Health has only been in operation for a short time, but it has grown exponentially and has become well-known in California. It has eight offices across California and has served a wide range of individuals, celebrities, public figures and influencers. Its personalized services, thorough pre-treatment diagnosis and unique treatment approach are the reasons patients choose its services. “We believe in treating the cause rather than the symptoms; as a result, we apply a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach to health issues. Our vision is to create a healthier society by providing unrestricted access to premier healthcare services delivered by top-notch, passionate, ever-learning, and experienced professionals using the highest level of technology,” Dr. Samadian said. “Dion Health is committed to your health, your well-being, and your experience as our patient.”
Some of Dion Health’s areas of specialization include smile makeovers, same day and no prep veneers, dental bonding, and laser gum contouring. Dion Health goes beyond just dental care though. They also offer medical services that focus on sleep apnea and TMJ disorder. Around 10 million people suffer from TMJ disorder and around 22 million suffer from sleep apnea. These disorders typically go undiagnosed and are detrimental to one’s health as well as causing painful symptoms. Dion Health is determined to treat and diagnose patients who suffer from sleep apnea and TMJ disorder. Specializing in these treatments, they offer treatment planning that is curated specifically for each patient. Its service delivery is second to none and it ensures patients are well-educated about the treatment they’re about to undergo before it commences. Dion Health takes every consultation as an opportunity to change someone’s life through innovation, intensive medical care, creativity and an artistic touch.
With Dr. Amin Samadian’s dedication and commitment towards delivering Doin Health’s integrated healthcare approach to more people, he believes the future is bright and more people will take their health more seriously. In the next few years, he sees Dion Health expanding to other states and going international with its crusade for holistic health. The healthcare practice has set a high standard and hopes to continue pushing the envelope so that more people benefit from everything it has put in place.
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