Westlake Village 805-424-8343

Robotic-enhanced, customized full-arch treatment

Are you a Candidate for Precise Smile?

Call our Precise Smile Treatment Coordinator at:
for more information and to schedule a consultation to discuss the best options for your new smile. Or complete this form.

Precise Smile Can Transform Your Life

Customized Full-Arch Solutions 

If you are suffering from severe dental problems or extensive tooth loss, Precise Smile, advanced, robotic-enhanced treatment can provide you with a customized solution to restore your natural smile, ability to eat the foods you enjoy, and your overall quality of life. 

Unmatched Expertise

When you need to replace a full-arch of teeth with dental implants, the expertise of your team of doctors matters.  Precise Smile is provided exclusively by doctors with the most extensive experience with leading edge robotic-assisted full-arch treatment in the region.

Leading Edge Technology

Utilizing the most advanced robotic technology available, Dr. Nikchevich is able to surgically place dental implants for Precise Smile with unparalleled precision and accuracy.  With this minimally invasive approach, surgery is more efficient and your experience is more comfortable.


All-on-Four Procedure


Trefoil Patient

Meet Dr. Nikchevich

Dr. Nikchevich is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon.  He has been practicing in the Thousand Oaks area since 1991. He is experienced in all forms of oral surgery; although, he specializes in dental implant surgery, including, full mouth reconstruction, advanced bone grafting with the use of platelet rich plasma, bone morphogenetic protein and 

Dr. Nikchevich explains the benefits of Precise Smile, robotic-assisted, full arch transformations.

bone ring augmentation, all-on-four technique, and sinus lift procedures.  Over the course of his career, he has placed over 24,000 dental implants.
As one of the nation’s leading experts in dental implant surgery, Dr. Nikchevich developed Precise Smile full-arch transformations to take smile reconstruction with dental implants to another level of precision and accuracy with robotic-assisted surgery. He was one of the first oral surgeons in the United States to offer Yomi robotic guidance dental implant surgery, and has shared his extensive experience and knowledge on these procedures with groups of oral surgeons and restorative dentists nationwide.


Dr. Nickchevich specializes exclusively in dental implant surgery and is recognized as one of the leading experts in this field. He routinely lectures to groups of surgeons across the country, participates in clinical research, and has placed over 24,000 implants.


Dr. Nikchevich’s extensive expertise in implant surgical procedures, combined with the benefits of robotic guidance technology provides patients with the most accurate, precise dental implant placement and customized implant restorations possible.


ADI is one of the only oral surgery practices in the region with a fully equipped, outpatient surgery center. Precise Smile surgical procedures are performed in the surgery center with a highly trained, skilled surgical staff and an anesthesiologist.

Are You a Candidate for Precise Smile?

If you are missing multiple teeth, or have several failing teeth in one or both arches, or if you want to replace a set of dentures, and you are in general good health, you could be a candidate for Precise Smile.
Call our Precise Smile Treatment Coordinator, at 805-424-8343 for more information and to schedule a consultation to discuss the best options for your new smile. Or complete and submit the contact form below.
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