Dazzling smiles are as common as sunshine in Ontario and Chino, and that's largely due to the efforts of Dr. Krupakar Reddy Yeturu. The family dentist specializes in preventative dentistry, examining and cleaning teeth to stop plaque and tartar before they take hold. Still, issues sometimes arise despite his patients' best intentions. He takes the gentlest route possible when dealing with these, rebuilding smiles with dental implants and porcelain veneers. He can also treat gum disease and other problems associated with brushing improperly or nervously chewing on rocks.
After a course at Village Kitchen, accomplished chefs will inch closer to pro status, while those who've chopped more fingers than potatoes will have their clumsiness exorcised thanks to patient instruction from Village's enlightened gurus of all things edible. Classes are held every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. (the classes are also offered one Wednesday a month at 6 p.m.), while the theme varies from week to week. On April 10, learn to master the pressure cooker to easily turn out incredible delights like coq au vin with button mushrooms, or discover the joys of the spring harvest on April 24 with a complete tutorial in a four-course seasonal feast with salmon medallions, baked gnocchi, and cherry-chocolate gelato. On May 8, harness the subtle power of Indian spices to create tandoori shrimp, curried salmon with cinnamon rice and golden raisins, and warm rice pudding; or craft the perfect wine appetizers (you'll make five), like scallop ceviche with melon and red-onion asparagus quesadillas, on May 22. You'll eat everything you make and get a beverage, so no one escapes hungry. Classes are limited to 18 people, so when you find the apple class of your human eye, call to schedule before it fills up.