Dr. James Freemont's credentials speak to his ability to synthesize Eastern and Western medicine. After graduating from the Emory University School of Medicine, he decided to augment his specialties in gynecology and obstetrics by learning acupuncture. He took up studies at the Helms Medical Institute's Medical Acupuncture for Physicians course, a program administered through UCLA. These days, Dr. Freemont applies his medical training toward gynecology and infertility services, and he performs acupuncture treatments that bust back pain, head off headaches, and pop pool ring buoys that clients can't remove without ruining their makeup.
Led by the experienced Dr. Freemont, Freemont Dental & Orthodontic Care's sparkling staff specialists maintain patients' smiles with a full lineup of routine and reparative procedures. The approximately one-hour appointment begins with a complete census of the teeth and gums, wherein a technician searches for signs of excessive wear, oral disease, or counterfeit teeth made from Chiclets. The patient's pearlies then receive a comprehensive scraping and scrubbing, which helps remove buildup of plaque and tartar and polish the toothy surfaces to a mirror-like sheen. Finally, a series of x-rays reveals the hidden history of teeth, helping to ensure that they are sturdy enough to withstand everyday rigors, such as gnawing on a desk chair until it fits in the broom closet.
Patients looking to boost their well-being have several options at TurningPoint Chiropractic & Wellness Center. The staff schedules chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture treatments, and Swedish, deep-tissue, reflexology, and sports massages. On the cellular level, they conduct nutrition tests that can pinpoint vitamin deficiencies and place a value on any coins you've accidentally ingested.
Bright lamps illuminate the tattoo artist?s face, his brow furrowed in concentration as he adorns his canvas with vibrant colors and intricate designs. This is the Camp Creek Body Art & Tattoo Removal parlor, where highly trained specialists decorate bodies with vibrant custom tattoos and glimmering piercings. Instead of using whiteout to cover up unwanted tattoos, they remove them with a laser or lighten them enough for a new tattoo to go over them. Their work stations are equipped with cushy reclining chairs, advanced equipment, and hospital-grade sterilization materials.