Dr. Gene Kim starts his workday at 8 a.m. with everything from digital x-rays to whitening treatments, extractions of naughty teeth to crowns, bridges, and dentures. He also keeps Roosevelt Dental, P.A. open until 7 p.m. on certain days to cater to busy professionals or people allergic to sunlight.
Since receiving his license in 2009, massage therapist John Lamontagne hasn’t stopped adding skills and styles to his treatment arsenal. His specialties include gentle Swedish massage, deep-tissue massage, and reflexology, wherein he presses specific points on the feet to alleviate stress body-wide. Throughout his career, Lamontagne has used his skills to treat a range of clients, from those simply seeking relaxation to those with chronic neck and back issues to those suffering from sciatica and cerebral palsy.
The professional stress fighters at Massage on Maine deal a one-two punch to tension, incarcerating worrisome thoughts and jangly nerves with a bevy of relaxing and beautifying treatments. During the 30-minute massage, skilled fingers perform piano concertos on tension-taxed back trapezii using a combination of Swedish and deep-tissue techniques. Treatments adapt to fit each client's needs, with hot stones filling in wherever aches and pains lie, whether between the shoulder blades or inside the subconscious.
This non-invasive process begins with a whitening gel spread on each tooth. During a 15-minute process, the gel’s special formula is activated with a high-intensity light beam wielded by an experienced technician, and the whitening is complete after process is repeated three times. Smiles emerge sparkling, and stains caused by coffee, smoking, and chewing ink pens lessened; for best results, make your whitening appointment within two months of a teeth cleaning.