Dr. Gregory Abrams, DMD, and Dr. Ron Cohen, DDS, go to great lengths to help patients maintain their healthy smiles. When not seating implants, filling cavities, or fitting teeth with braces, Dr. Cohen spends his time engaging in hundreds of hours of classes practicing new dentistry innovations. Dr. Abrams journeys from the Friendly Dental offices to underserved areas in a mobile dentistry van, giving patients access to dental care right in their own neighborhoods. Both professionals ensure their patients stay entertained during treatments by seating them in plush chairs, turning on the in-room televisions, and explaining the show’s finer plot points to teeth.
Dr. Brad Wruble recently moved from Michigan in July 2010 and he established Mountain Island Eye Associates in January 2011. Dr. Brad appreciates your interest in becoming a patient in the practice and looks forward to meeting you and your family soon.
The staff members at Lake Pointe Family Dentistry believe that oral health care should be luxurious, not daunting. So, they've tucked their treatment rooms inside a spa and disguised appointments as indulgent getaways. The office's design seems to have borrowed its aesthetic from a Mediterranean temple, with its columns and flowing drapery in the lobby and crisp white and royal-blue color scheme.
Inside the treatment rooms, clients repose on massaging dental chairs while receiving a warm neck wrap and soothing eye pillows. They might also find their hands swaddled in a paraffin-wax treatment that encourages clients to stop hiding their hands under sock puppets.
It’s an experience completely unlike the ones you might find at a traditional dentist office, but Lake Pointe Family Dentistry’s focus is still on maintaining and beautifying smiles. Dr. Naureen Qazi works with her dental assistants to address tooth decay and a variety of restorative procedures, including crown placements, fillings, and implants. The Invisalign-certified dentist also oversees cosmetic strategies such as veneers and whitening.
Doctors Tom Fisher and Arnold Ma, joined by a hardy squad of hygienists and assistants, keep their clients’ smiles sparkling wide array of cosmetic and general dentistry services. They battle plaque during routine cleanings paired with x-rays, repairing bigger problems with fillings or bridges. They're also keenly aware of how important a smile is to a person’s self-confidence, so they go beyond health-based treatments by performing cosmetic procedures such as teeth whitening, ClearCorrect, and implant dentistry.
In 2008, husband and wife Jason and Shanon Rabon saw something was missing from their native city of Charlotte. People who wanted a more brilliant smile to display during dates, weddings, or long commutes couldn't gain one with ease. Usually, whitening one’s teeth requires an expensive visit to the dentist to brighten smiles with a combination of hydrogen-peroxide gel and LED light. Jason and Shanon offer an alternative at their seven Whiten My Smile Now locations, which provide the same treatment at a far lower cost. It’s a convenience that has rapidly ascended in popularity: over 30,000 clients have sought out the service since it opened.
During visits, a technician thoroughly explains the procedure and holds up a mirror while the client brushes the whitening gel directly onto their teeth. This brush-delivery method delves deep into the cracks and nooks of the teeth to evenly lift out discoloration and stains. With gel applied, clients relax in a private area under the LED light for approximately 15 minutes. Afterwards, they can check how many shades teeth have brightened by comparing their smiles to a whitening chart.
The team at Main Street Dentistry of Pineville, NC, works hard to keep patients' teeth healthy and beautiful. Dentists Robert C. Phillips, Jr., DDS, and Stacey L. Norris, DMD, prevent oral-health issues with general dentistry services and enhance smiles with cosmetic treatments, including take-home whitening kits that remove stains caused by drinking coffee, smoking, or gnawing on security ink tags overlooked by store clerks.