Tulsa native Dr. Neil Hasty and the staff of Aspire Dental keep smiles beaming with an arsenal of mouth-maintenance services. Cosmetic procedures such as veneers and in-office Opalescence whitening help chompers earn their SAG cards, and meticulous yet gentle hygiene appointments keep cuisine crushers structurally sound. Dr. Hasty has also toted his toolbox of teeth-tending skills to rural Guatemala and Peru in the course of his mission work and never-ending search for sugar-free wallpaper.
Dr. Lauren Whenry never wants fear of the dentist to come between a patient and his or her smile. With a gentle chairside manner, she educates patients on what to expect before filling cavities, affixing Lumineers veneers, or measuring bites for Invisalign braces. Her special training in sedation dentistry allows her to customize oral sedatives for patients who are especially nervous or preparing for more involved treatments.
Since 2005, Dr. Jason Hall has led a team of experienced and friendly dental professionals, who help maintain patients’ dental health while restoring their confidence with a full range of family and cosmetic services. Dr. Jason’s professional association with the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry has kept him on the leading edge of cosmetic dentistry’s ever-evolving techniques, such as Zoom! whitening treatments, porcelain veneers, and dentures with opposable thumbs.
A certified reflexologist applies pressure to specific points on the feet that correspond to various areas of the anatomy, such as the lower back, thyroid, and semicolon. This is referred to as reflexology, a holistic healing technique designed to relax, balance, and energize the body. They also offers life-coaching and mediation services, and extends their strengths to the community by volunteering at the Oklahoma Department of Corrections and the Tulsa Boys' Home.
When Jessica's brother developed Ogilvie syndrome, a severe intestinal disorder, doctors could do little to help. Jessica and her family found that only colon hydrotherapy—a treatment that flushes the large intestine with warm, filtered water—helped to manage her sibling's symptoms. Remembering their struggle to find a provider in the Tulsa area, Jessica jumped at the chance to become the founding manager of operations at the Colon Care Center of Oklahoma, a hydrotherapy facility that flung open its doors in early 2012. Today, its staff of colon hydrotherapists—all certified by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy and some possessing more than 30 years of experience—work to soothe symptoms such as bloating, constipation, and compaction in clients with difficulties similar to Jessica's brother's. During sessions, therapists may assist by monitoring pressure and temperature or leave the room to let the patient manipulate a gravity-fed open system as fans draw away odor. Colon Care Center of Oklahoma recommends hydrotherapy to patients interested in undergoing preventative colon care or reducing bodily toxins. The treatment may also help those about to undergo a colonoscopy who don't respond well to traditional medical cleansing methods such as eating hamburgers stuffed with pipe cleaners.
At his family-owned optometric practice, Dr. Jeff Long sharpens vision with prescription lenses and a selection of more than 40 frames from top designers. In detailed fittings, the able optometrist garnishes peepers in Nike, Oakley, and Juicy Couture frames and outfits spectacles with single-vision, bifocal, and trifocal lenses. A family-friendly establishment, the center extends its services to adults, children, and children stacked in trench coats pretending to be Sherlock Holmes.