Dr. Holloman and his team of smile curators help keep mouths in working order with their dedication to preventative dental care. Chairs cushioned with memory foam cradle patients during a dental cleaning ($90) and exam ($85), which rid teeth of the evidence from midnight beet binges. Digital x-rays snap a complete set of palate pics, using a fraction of the radiation and none of the processing chemicals that can be harmful to the environment ($125). Each treatment room boasts its own television, so patients can pass the time admiring the perpendicular angles of the screen or watching one of the hundreds of movies on hand with the added comfort of a blanket, a pillow, and a pair of headphones.
A beautiful smile isn't just a showpiece; it's a key to happiness and success, according to Dr. George Hitzel. Bolstered by a staff of caring and attentive hygienists, assistants, and in-house lab techs, the Georgetown-trained Dr. Hitzel and fellow dentists treat tooth troubles and teach patients how to prevent them with oral-hygiene pointers.
During prophylactic cleanings, powerful polishing brushes remove plaque from teeth, and x-rays locate cavities hidden between the teeth or beneath the gum line. In addition to warding off tooth decay and gum disease, the dentists enhance choppers' aesthetic appeal with cosmetic services such as Zoom! Whitening, Invisalign invisible braces, and applications of prosthetic narwhal tusks.
Dr. Kristine Marshall, a graduate of Northwestern University's dental school, followed in her grandfather's footstep by earning her dental degree in 1993. Since then, she's practiced both general and cosmetic dentistry and enhanced her expertise at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. Armed with the latest dental technology, from digital x-rays to laser-assisted treatments, Dr. Marshall examines teeth, whitens smiles, and performs full-mouth reconstruction. Her friendly and compassionate approach quickly puts patients at ease, while her Jedi mind tricks lure mouths into opening up and saying "Ahh."
Even dentists get toothaches. Director of The Dental Emergency Room Dr. William Jamolych knows how torturous tooth pain can be, having suffered unexpected dental emergencies himself. He and his staff keep the clinic open 365 days a year, even on important holidays such as Christmas and Super Bowl Sunday. Besides treating the sudden ache or broken tooth, he and his staff also perform routine exams, cleanings, and cosmetic procedures.