On a visit to her dentist for a regular checkup, Dr. Irena Hyvel looked around, figured she "would look good in a white lab coat," and decided to enroll in dental school. The rest, of course, is history: Dr. Hyvel graduated from and practiced in her native Ukraine before coming to the United States where she went back to school and received her dental license from the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Today, Dr. Hyvel owns Bond Dental Studio, a general and cosmetic practice that she describes as "kind of like my first child." This dedication to dentistry is visible through her meticulous attention to detail with each patient.
A quick glance around the office supports this statement: the place has been meticulously designed and cared for, and resembles a spa more than a typical medical practice. Patients wait in buttery leather chairs while tapestries of fuchsia and green pop against silvery walls and lush ferns and flowers spill from vases. Beyond the slick marble reception desk and the candles flickering in pebble-filled trays, treatment rooms bear the practice's name in glossy letters that shine against matte black walls.
By offering cosmetic care alongside preventative and restorative dental procedures, Pacer Dental P.C. ensures that patients of all ages have keep their smiles healthy and vibrant. Dr. Rathi and Dr. Sway oversee the practice, using modern advancements in dental technology, such as digital x-rays and intraoral cameras, to help them locate and diagnose potentially troublesome areas before the decay or infection has a chance to cause major damage. Regular exams and routine cleanings help prevent the spread of decay, although the doctors are also capable of repairing existing damage with implants, crowns, or holographic veneers. The practice also performs dental work on dentures or orthodontic braces and their team may provide assistance with snoring or sleep apnea. To keep smiles looking flawless, Pacer Dental P.C. offers in-office teeth-whitening procedures along with treatments designed to address signs of gum disease.