We are a state of the art, general and cosmetic dental office located in Goodyear, Arizona offering a wide variety of service to correct nearly all types of dental problems.
Whether you are looking for a dental home for routine check-ups and cleanings or are in need of cosmetic dental treatment, we are here for you!
Dr. John J. Kim and his team at Litchfield Dental Care keep patients’ smiles looking shipshape with an array of preventive, reparative, and cosmetic services. Their care begins with creating a comfortable environment for clients, which includes such homey amenities as a snack bar, warm blankets, and movies to watch during treatments. However, the office’s concentration on efficient and patient-focused techniques doesn’t just extend to its creature comforts—it also commands a range of up-to-date dental technology, from digital x-ray machines that use less radiation to fillings concocted without mercury.
The dental team at Palm Valley Pediatric Dentistry doesn't want children to grow up dreading the dentist. That's why they do everything they can to keep kids comfortable and happy during appointments. Before procedures, the team explains in non-scary terms what's going to be done and, during the procedure, deftly distracts patients from any surprising sensations with toys. Emphasizing positive reinforcement, they heap kudos onto brave soldiers throughout the visitation and reward them at the end with an electric toothbrush.
From across three offices, Suncoast Dental's team of dentists and technicians boosts smiles' wattage with general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry. The pros regularly attend lectures and conventions to keep their techniques up to date, honing the skills that comprise their prevention-based approach to oral care. Their focus on patient education and communication begets informed patients and may effectively mediate arguments between molars when floss comes between them.
The dental team at Waddell Family Dentistry made a list of reasons patients fear the dentist and then designed a practice expressly to cross out each one. It replaced metal drills with Waterlase hand pieces, which reduce the heat and vibration caused from metal rubbing against teeth. Before each procedure, team members educate their patients on what to expect, fielding any questions and arming them with detailed aftercare instructions. For patients who feel especially nervous, they administer a variety of oral and IV sedations and measure the half-life of each in accordance to the length of procedures in order to minimize posttreatment grogginess.