Sassan Dadseresht DDS

Sassan Dadseresht DDS, FIAO

Specialties: Dental Implants, Cosmetic, Orthodontics

Dental Implant Institute
6170 W. Desert Inn Road, Las Vegas, NV 89148
702.220.5000 •

Dr. Sassan Dadseresht joined the Dental Implant Institute in 2009. Dr. Dadseresht obtained his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from Northeastern University. Inspired by his father’s career as a physician, Dr. Dadseresht decided to pursue a career in dentistry. A graduate of the school of dentistry at the University of Southern California, he has also mastered the art of cosmetic dentistry by completing the full curriculum at the Las Vegas Institute for advanced dental studies, in addition to taking the other courses in the field of cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Dadseresht became a certified clinical instructor for the International Association of Orthodontics in 2005.

Dr. Dadseresht a diplomat of the International Implant Dental Association and American Dental Implant Association and holds certifications with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Dadseresht is currently a certified practitioner in Invisalign and Lingual Care. Lingual Care’s Braces are created using state-of-the-art technology and completely customized to the shape of the patient’s teeth and dental situation hiding braces behind the teeth.
Dr. Dadseresht has expertise and practices general and cosmetic dentistry, with special emphasis in cosmetic dentistry, dental implant placement, snoring and sleep apnea, endodontics, orthodontics and temporomandibular disorders (TMJ) treatments for children and adults.

Our goal at the Dental Implant Institute is to provide services in one location for the patient’s comfort.

What is hydraulic sinus condensation?
I have done many successful cases of hydraulic sinus condensation or HSC, a procedure that was invented by Dr. Leon Chen of the Dental Implant Institute. HSC is a noninvasive method of doing a sinus lift, if additional bone augmentation is needed where the sinus floor in the upper jaw (maxillary sinus) has been atrophied. I have performed close to 1,000 implant placements with restorations at the Dental Implant Institute.

What do you do about difficult cases?
Whether it’s a difficult root canal, dental implant or braces, we strive to master the dental technique first. Our goal at the Dental Implant Institute is to provide services in one location for the patient’s comfort.

What advice can you give people about maintaining good dental health?
Visit your dentist regularly including regular cleanings, but more importantly, good home oral care by brushing thoroughly before bedtime and in the morning. Also floss before bedtime. The decay on teeth is caused by bacteria and food, especially sugar, which is a source for bacteria to grow. While sleeping, the inactivity of the tongue and lack of saliva promotes the bad bacteria growth in the mouth.