Dr. Hooty Alayan completely dedicates himself to his patients' well-being, but he considers their comfort and relaxation to be almost as important as their oral health. In addition to a comforting, relaxing ambiance where clients can feel at home, Dr. Alayan's technicians pamper visitors with complimentary hot scented towels and massaging dental chairs while they inspect teeth for problematic signs and perform preventive treatments. Dr. Alayan has been utilizing CEREC 3-D technology—which allows users to custom-fabricate crowns and onlays—since 2005, and the staff's arsenal of modern dental gadgetry also includes intraoral cameras and digital x-ray machines with low levels of radiation. Great Oaks Family & Cosmetic Dentistry’s interior also creates a homey, relaxing setting with its bright tones, leather furniture, and marble accents.
At Chisholm Trail Dental Health, Dr. Mike Asay takes the time to get to know his patients and develop personalized treatment plans before performing any general-dentistry or cosmetic procedures, such as fitting patients for Invisalign, installing veneers, or diagnosing periodontal disease. The office’s reception area contrasts with its modern dental technologies, disarming patient anxieties with a rustic charm. A rough-hewn wooden coffee table, Native American-styled chairs, and cozy sofa flank a bearskin rug that sits before an in-wall wood fireplace when it’s not out catching salmon.
Since graduating from the prestigious University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dr. James Lee has been practicing dentistry for more than 15 years. Now at Star Dental of Austin, Dr. Lee performs general family dentistry services alongside advanced restorative and cosmetic procedures, including dental implants and Invisalign treatments. He also performs fillings and root canals with Waterlase technology, a drilling alternative free of heat, pressure, and vibration that, like a stroll through a Las Vegas hotel fountain, features a laser and a refreshing spray of water.
In Aspire Dental’s clean and technologically advanced office, dentists and staff foster an upbeat atmosphere where patients can relax while their oral-health needs are met. They use the latest diagnostic tools, such as digital x-rays that reduce exposure to radiation, and restore smiles with implants, crowns, and porcelain veneers. To ensure comfortable visits they also offer sedation, which can ease anxieties and even help patients snooze through their treatments.
Omni Dental Group combines the expertise of several highly-skilled general dentists and specialists. Together, they field concerns across the full spectrum of dentistry, from general cavity prevention and fillings to oral surgery, implants, cosmetic treatments, and pediatric dentistry, working side by side to provide the best dental care possible. The dental practice has been in business for more than 20 years, serving the residents of Austin.
Housed within an office space that was originally built to be a house, BJ Myers Cosmetic & Family Dentistry fully embraces the cozy, inviting spirit of its homespun setting. Dr. William Myers, Jr. and his team of hygienists and clinical assistants do everything they can to put patients at ease. Seven of the practice's treatment rooms feature overhead televisions and noise-canceling headphones, allowing visitors to relax and enjoy music or a movie while the team examines and cares for their teeth.
Additionally, Dr. Myers hopes to reassure patients by using the latest advancements in dental technology as he and his staff perform preventive, cosmetic, and reconstructive procedures. Digital x-ray systems provide a clearer look at structural issues beneath the gum line, and the office's CEREC technology rapidly produces ceramic fixtures onsite, so the team can more effectively treat signs of damage in a single visit. This combination of advanced technology and compassionate care allows Dr. Myers to protect his patients' smiles by preventing the spread of decay or disease, using crowns, implants, onlays, fillings, or veneers to conceal signs of damage?or applying in-office teeth-whitening treatments to leave incisors and molars as stain-free as the hand towels in dish-detergent commercials.