Dentists Christina Chiang, Derek Fender, Sharon Lintzmann, Brian Newell, David Verbik, and Dean Dewispalare combine their years of experience and detailed training to expertly fight tooth decay and disease at four Omaha locations. The specialists keep pearly whites strong enough to strike fear into the hearts of carrots everywhere with dental services, such as thorough cleanings, root canals, wisdom-teeth extractions, and laser whitening.
At three locations, Omaha Family Dental's dentists and staff work to keep teeth sparkling clean and in the prime of health. In thorough exams, dentists pore over enamel to identify signs of disease and use x-rays to search for deep-rooted problems. Cosmetic procedures such as teeth whitening and the creation of clear Invisalign retainers are also available.
Like Batman and Batwoman, Dr. Dave Mlnarik and Dr. Paige Miller have an arch nemesis. Their Joker, however, is dental disease, which they combat through their shared practice, Shadow Ridge Dental. Thorough exams, their first line of defense, screen for oral cancer and gum disease, evaluate tooth decay, and assess existing dental work. The exams also complement regular cleanings, digital x-rays, and sealant, keeping patients’ teeth healthy more effectively than braces made of spinach.
Should disease strike, the dentists nip it in the bud with treatments ranging from root canals to tooth-colored fillings that blend seamlessly into smiles. They can also resolve more superficial issues, whitening teeth in-office and covering chips with veneers. A steady stream of continuing-education seminars lends each treatment a modern touch without forcing the doctor to administer dental work in the trunk of a hybrid.
Smiles marred by drinking coffee, tea, and wine or smoking brighten two to eight shades under the ministrations of Smile Labs of Boise, a center specializing in teeth whitening. There, patients paint their own smiles with Applia-Brush gel, a hydrogen peroxide-based formula that hydrates teeth more effectively than showering with an open mouth. Cold blue light from an LED lamp then activates the photosensitive gel, accelerating the whitening process so teeth can achieve the perfect snowy color in 15 minutes.