The innovative Invisalign treatment corrects alignment with a system of clear, removable acrylic aligners. Using 3-D digital imaging and a certified Invisalign lab, the skilled artisans of dentition make custom aligners for each patient’s mouth. The technique straightens teeth in about 6–18 months for a faster turnaround time than traditional braces or elaborate invisibility cloaks. Patients can remove the devices for meals, brushing, or special events like tooth prom, though most people will never see the translucent devices. Supremia recommends the treatment for adults and older teens who have already had braces, or even for purely cosmetic purposes.
Dr. Kenisha Grant-Hyman and Dr. Brandy Joyner, Horizon Family Dentistry's two dentists, believe in dental care that's accessible––in terms of both money and time. In this spirit, they each worked in disadvantaged communities for three years before opening their practice. And in the same spirit, their new office is outfitted with a CEREC machine, which can craft full crowns, veneers, and inlays in under an hour, thus streamlining a process that typically takes multiple appointments. The duo also tends teeth with a range of general-dentistry services; their thorough exams are aided by intra-oral cameras, and they provide root canal services when necessary.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Full cleaning, x-rays and comprehensive exam
Brands Used: Crest, Listerine
Pro Tip: Because we offer a comprehensive first visit, allow yourself sufficient time for your visit with us.
Dr. Leo Haydt graduated from the hallowed halls of Boston University Dental School, where he learned to repair worn-out smiles with a dual emphasis in oral surgery and implant dentistry. Now, he leads the team at Tryon Family Dentistry, treating teeth with the latest technological gear, including intraoral cameras and digital x-rays that scale back the radiation and general nosiness employed by traditional x-rays. Their slate of cosmetic services, such as Invisalign and Cerec One-Visit Dentistry, improve smiles in an abbreviated time frame, and a focus on sedation dentistry inspires an easy visit.
Committed to supporting its community, the practice sponsors seasonal charity drives, participates in philanthropic walks and events, and donates services.
Second-generation dentist Dr. James Sarant uses some of the field’s latest technology at his spa-like practice. The office's high-tech tools include digital X-rays—that only use 10% radiation of the original X-ray—and the Wand that delivers controlled amounts of anesthetic awhile minimizing discomfort and hurt feelings. Dr. Sarant and his team tend to patients' teeth with both routine and cosmetic procedures, offering everything from cleanings and fillings to crowns and full-mouth restorations.
At Carolina Dental Arts, patients can spiff up their mouth bones with lustrous sheen while ensuring dental health thanks to an experienced staff of tooth experts. Each visit begins with a dental exam to thoroughly probe chompers for signs of decay, fractures, and fossil fuel reserves, while a series of x-rays scans each tooth’s enamel-protected innards to check for nerve damage and buried treasure. Next, a regular cleaning meticulously removes plaque and tartar while helping patients decrease the chance of developing cavities, gingivitis, and gum disease. Dental maintenance should be performed every six months and comes in handy for making a good first impression, just like strong hand shakes and wide-eyed, unceasing eye contact.