Since 2003, Dr. Charles Smurthwaite has led a friendly and professional dental staff inside a spa-like office replete with massaging exam chairs that knead patients during treatments, chair-side flat-screen TVs with cable channels and movie options, and several whales. But Smile Quest Dental doesn't sacrifice treatment quality for atmosphere. Through the combined skill sets of three experienced dentists, the staff tends to grins with a full range of general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. Digital x-rays peer past tissue and bone while protecting patients against harmful radiation, and CEREC technology crafts porcelain crowns in a single day.
No matter a tooth?s age or condition, the family-oriented dentists at Smile Time Dental stand ready to care for it and its friends with preventive, cosmetic, and specialty services separated into treatments for kids, teenagers, adults, and seniors. Services range from routine checkups with digital x-rays to sedation dentistry, wisdom-teeth extraction, crowns and veneers, and removing a fifth row of baby teeth. Keeping whole-body health in mind, the dental team also follows all procedures recommended by OSHA and the EPA, including using chemical disinfectants on countertops, safely disposing of materials, and sterilizing equipment before each use.
Dr. Bryan Randolph is a children's dentist and a father. He has years of experience, a master's in pharmacology, and a friendly staff to support him, but it's being a parent that influences his practice the most. From the minute kids walk in, it's clear that The Tooth Station is a place designed just for them. The waiting room is filled with jungle murals, trees, and toys to accommodate even the littlest guests. And in the treatment room, nervous kiddos can snuggle into a parent's lap while Dr. Randolph sets to work. He and his staff also have experience and training in working with kids who have special needs.
At Kids Care Dental Group, the dentists make kids comfortable by using a variety of gentle, dental techniques. Toddlers and teenagers of all ages frequent the office, where skilled dentists accomodate their needs in a comforting environment. Screens on the walls and ceiling let little patrons play video games and watch movies to help them relax during their visit.
Dr. Jonah Tabrizi isn't afraid of hitting the books. Before heading down the road to becoming a dentist, he obtained a bachelor?s degree in biochemistry at California State University and earned his doctoral degree in chiropractic at Southern California University of Health Sciences. Now, armed with a comprehensive knowledge of the human body, he zooms in on oral health at Sky Dental. Within the upscale practice?s art-lined walls, he improves the smiles of his patients through cleanings, bridges, veneers, and by putting a smiley-face sticker on each tooth. And because of his insatiable thirst for knowledge, Dr. Tabrizi regularly takes continuing-education classes and is a member of numerous dental societies.