Nestled in a scenic spot southeast of Sea Pines Circle, Distinctive Dentistry has kept Hilton Head chompers in tip-top shape for the past 25 years. Dr. Shelley Irving Murphy helms the practice, complementing preventative care with cosmetic treatments. As a certified Invisalign provider, she equips patients with translucent aligners that gradually shift teeth into a single-file line. She consults with patients and works alongside hygienists inside sunlit rooms that overlook trees and nature. Meanwhile, in the facility's spacious waiting room, a stone waterfall greets visitors and serves as a comforting reminder to gargle lucky pennies before each dental checkup.
Lush green trees and shrubs press up against floor-to-ceiling windows in Dr. Elizabeth Sugg’s tranquil office, where earth tones and curved accents help patients of all ages feel at home. Dr. Sugg examines mouths with digital x-rays, straightens grins with Invisalign, and replaces mouths’ naturally occurring whale baleen with implants. Beyond the technology of digital x-rays, laser cavity detection provides futuristically accurate assessments of oral health.
At Miller Dental Group, Savannah natives Dr. Robert B. Miller & Dr. Jan Cossar help patients take charge of their own dental destinies by keeping them informed about their current conditions and educated about their options for treatment. To do so accurately,the staff employs digital x-rays and intraoral cameras, keeping track of the ins and outs of each tooth, revealing the extent of decay, and probing the depth of cavities.
Once patients make an informed decision about how to proceed, Dr. Miller & Dr. Jan keep them comfortable throughout treatments such as dental implants, composite fillings, and root canals. Each treatment room contains a television to keep patients' minds occupied.
For Dr. Karen Cooper, cosmetic dentistry is more than just outfitting mouths with veneers and implants: it's designing a smile that truly complements patients' features. This passion is why she meets with each patient personally, carefully charting their facial features and dental goals to design a plan just for them. This may involve minor tweaking such as a teeth-whitening treatment, or a major overhaul with a full-mouth restoration or a Mona Lisa smile transplant. Whatever the treatment, her staff doles out the latest technology—including Invisalign and Cerec one-day crowns—and pampers clients with warm blankets, DVDs, and paraffin treatments.
Oak Park Dental Group has restored smiles for more than 36 years, and the office currently consists of a friendly staff and three doctors—general dentists Drs. Jan Cossar and Adrienne Wimbrow, as well as periodontist Dr. Ali Mehraban—who combine their varying specialties to cover the entire dental spectrum. Though emphasizing different areas of dentistry, such as cosmetic, periodontal, and family dentistry, the three doctors share a comprehensive approach to dentistry, considering both the function and aesthetic appearance of each individual tooth. The dentists' use of Cerec crowns, which are stronger than traditional crowns but appear natural, demonstrates their commitment to working with advanced technology to improve both the health and look of teeth. This advanced equipment is housed in an office that swells with elegance. In the lobby, dark hardwood floors run beneath leather furniture, and soothing yellow walls are relieved by broad windows that overlook a lush, green lawn.
Dentists Matthew Rosenthal and William Gates want to give their patients the confidence to smile in photos. To do so, they prevent oral-health issues with exams and x-rays, and repair what they find with a selection of treatments such as fillings, implants, and crowns. Rosenthal Dental Group provides dental care to patients of all ages, except for that velociraptor skull you found in your backyard.