The husband-and-wife team of Drs. Darren Tong and Mariliza Lacap has 20 years of experience in dental implants, cosmetic procedures, and orthodontics. Determined to make patients feel as comfortable as possible, the dentists and their team of seasoned hygienists, assistants, and patient coordinators first get to know patients by holding a Q&A session with each tooth before investigating them for decay and other issues. Each treatment comes with special perks, such as relaxing paraffin hand treatments. Instead of using drills, the dentists remove decay with quiet electric tools that reduce heat and vibration while conserving more of the patient’s tooth. To make sure decay is removed, the dentists follow up with laser therapy to zap away the final bits of decay that may remain. In addition to keeping adult teeth in tip-top chomping shape, the team also pays special attention to the youngest smiles with dedicated pediatric dentistry services.
At his practice, Dr. John Lagana strives to improve both the health and self-esteem of his patrons. X-rays, periodontal disease screenings, and cavity fillings keep mouths healthy despite the constant decaying efforts of plaque and tartar. Cleanings keep teeth sparkling while reconstructive surgery can repair smiles left with gaps after athletic accidents or adult confusion about how the tooth fairy works.
Dr. Narpat S. Jain opened the doors of East Madison Dental in 1998 with the goal of lavishing patients with the most advanced equipment the field had to offer. The practice grew, adding a trio of skilled doctors and friendly staff who collaborate to perform advanced dental, periodontal, and endodontic treatments. During treatments, they relax and calm patients by filling requests for hot towels, iPods, soft blankets, and dove coos. The practice recently relocated to a new, state-of-the-art facility with private checkout areas, computer kiosks, and a children's game area, as well as dedicated parking.
Dr. Yael Kryzman’s office swells with a combination of elegance and advanced dental technology. As patients make their way to the operatory, the lobby’s marble floors and Victorian furniture give way to an arsenal of advanced dental equipment. Digital x-rays peer into teeth to expose furtive decay and infected pulp while emitting up to 90% less radiation than traditional x-rays and traditional yellowcake-uranium birthday cakes. Dental implants replace bygone biters with porcelain crowns, and tooth-colored fillings replace mercury fillings.