The doctors at Blue Springs Dental Arts know that trips to the dentist can be scary. That's why they go the extra mile to make patients comfortable, whether that means installing TVs in each treatment room, swaddling chilly patients with blankets, or administering safe, nitrous oxide to help calm nerves.
The best piece of mind, however, comes from the knowledge that Blue Springs Dental Arts practices the most up-to-date dental techniques. For example, natural-looking composite fillings are now used in place of silver, reducing toxicity and fostering more confident smiles. Fixed and removable crowns, bridges, and dentures also offer unidentifiable replacements for natural teeth, and preventative practices, such as fluoride treatments or candy-deflecting coatings help stave off future decay.
Dental Excellence's five experienced doctors promote dental diligence through a wide-ranging slate of services. After parking in a cushioned chair to circle every conjunction in the provided magazines, clients saunter into one of 22 treatment rooms, where they can watch cable television and calm tense necks with a pillow. A toothologist then burnishes smile rocks and eliminates pernicious plaque during the cleaning ($76) before carrying out recon work on the palate with a complete oral exam ($64) to detect early signs of decay or resemblance to Burton Gilliam. After cleaning and examining the gums and mouth bones, the team will perform digital x-rays to view potential runaway teeth and malformed roots ($113). The full visit, like most transcontinental crab walks, takes approximately an hour and a half.
The staff at Thomas Anderson & Associates strives to make clients smile—and not just during their before-and-after pictures. Massage chairs, flat-screen TVs, and a wide selection of movies and music help make visits to the office as relaxing as a tumbler of whiskey enjoyed in one's very own pit of quicksand. Technicians apply a gentle touch when performing exams, x-rays, and other general-dentistry procedures. Cosmetic services—including teeth whitening and Invisalign—remain as noninvasive as possible.