Dr. Nathanson may be a three-time Jeopardy! champion, but at his dental practice, comprehensive care comes in first. A pioneer in dental technology, he fills his office with equipment aimed at optimizing each patient?s experience. Digital x-rays emit 90% less radiation than traditional systems, and in many cases, WaterLase tools replace drills and shots with lasers and jets of water. Dr. Nathanson also employs the CEREC system, which uses computer-generated images to create porcelain crowns and fillings in a single visit. No matter what the treatment, Dr. Nathanson and his team ensure that they stay on the cutting edge of dentistry by regularly taking continuing-education courses, attending seminars, and having coffee with the tooth fairy, and keep connected to the community by contributing to charitable organizations.
Dr. Steven W. Haywood?s proficiency at transforming smiles earned him a spot on ABC2?s Extreme Makeover Special, and his staff strives to recreate the calming atmosphere of a spa in their office. In cosmetic dentistry treatments, Dr. Haywood fills gaps between teeth with porcelain veneers and straightens smiles with Invisalign and orthodontia. Lasers whiten teeth in fewer than two hours or help the doctor sniff out cavities without calling in a specialized bloodhound to follow the scent of decay through your mouth. An intraoral video camera sends mouth-views to a TV screen, letting both doctor and patient share the same view of each tooth.
Dr. Myron Kellner’s team, which has grown to include Dr. Alex Fishman, helps patients care for and beautify their teeth with cleanings, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative procedures. Mindful of common anxieties or fears surrounding dental appointments, they assuage nervousness with sedation dentistry and by creating a spa-like environment with aromatherapy, spa eye pillows, and paraffin wax treatments. The Smile Design Center has been featured on Baltimore's Dramatic Makeover on ABC/2.
Dr. Windsor and his staff at Kenilworth Dentistry have been safeguarding oral health for patients around northern Baltimore since 1980. Although the list services includes all manner of general dentistry procedures, the team specializes in cosmetic and restorative treatments such as teeth whitening, implants, and laser dentistry. What's more, to help alleviate the anxiety some patients feel at the dentist, they've taken care to furnish the office with a slew of comforting amenities, including warm blankets and pillows, and chicken soup-flavored tongue retractors.
Dr. Lazer and a highly trained team of dental virtuosos ameliorate grin-related inhibitions, providing a plethora of perfecting services. A scrupulous dental exam including x-rays, a full-mouth cleaning, and an oral-cancer screening ensures that your stomach's welcome mat is in top shape. Habitual smilers may opt to polish gum gems with a Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment, utilizing custom-shaped application trays and a one-hour in-office session to leave chompers six to eight shades lighter. Should mouths require new tiling, a veneers consultation outlines how porcelain frontispieces can be affixed to remedy chipped, stained, and crooked teeth. The consultation may include x-rays and a checkup, and, while the final price of veneers vary, Groupon holders will get a $1,000 discount off the procedure.
At Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry of Maryland, Howard Rothschild, DDS uses his 30 years of experience and extensive training to care for patients. After spending two years with the 101st Airborne Division, Dr. Rothschild went on to teach as an assistant professor at the University of Maryland Dental School and provide dental services to the Baltimore Colts.
Dr. Rothschild and his team furthered their education at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, where they learned about cutting-edge techniques, such as porcelain-veneer smile makeovers. Other high-tech equipment includes a computerized anesthetic system that minimizes discomfort and the CEREC system, which allows staff to fabricate ceramic restorations in one visit rather than outfitting teeth with temporary crowns or tiny motorcycle helmets.