For the past 27 years, Dr. William McNeely has furnished whole families with pristine smiles and healthier mouths. [Preventivehttp://www.drmcneely.com/services.html) care is the focus of his repertoire, which includes a range of diagnostic procedures, sealants, and fluoride treatments to prevent decay from breaking down enamel barriers laying claim to dental crowns.
His restorative and cosmetic procedures, meanwhile, keep smiles aesthetically in line. Three varieties of braces offer varying degrees of corrective power and discreetness to right crooked teeth, and veneers and crowns cover gaps and irreparable damage.
We're a different kind of dental practice. The tagline "smiles by Mark" refers to the exquisite artistry required to produce beautiful and natural looking smiles. Dentistry is an art as well as a science. If artistic excellence is important to you when your smile needs some help, then we may be what you're looking for.
Dr. Roger D. Nishimura and his talented team of cosmetic-dentistry professionals treat sullied teeth to an alabaster bath using Zoom! technology, which provides immediate hue-shifting results and whitens teeth an average of eight shades. The quick, virtually pain-free process takes place in about 45 minutes and works via a scientifically formulated gel, which is applied to teeth and activated with a specially designed Zoom! light and readings from a dusty dentistry tome. Sit back and relax as the light and gel enliven your maw's mashers, breaking up stains and discoloration as you unwind in the cozy comforts of a spacious, spa-like facility that features televisions and DVD players. The entire process is completed in one in-office session, leaving you with luminous, long-lasting results that will shame high beams into auditioning for roles in low-rent neon signs.
Joy Hewitt Kind and Regina Rodriguez both have a personal passion for helping women in need. Channeling the healing powers of acupuncture and massage, respectively, the two have come together to create Harmony's Family Cooperative, an all-encompassing holistic care center that houses Comfort & Joy Oriental Medicine and helps women relax with massage and acupuncture sessions designed specifically for them. The spa aims to ease the burden on mothers and mothers-to-be through treatments that address fertility problems, postpartum issues, and malaise from the stress of early motherhood, as well as fending off any hired muscle from unpaid storks. They also teach classes that prepare expectant mothers and help keep them level-headed through the early months after giving birth.
Protecting smiles is a time-honored practice. However, Dr. Heather Stamm and Dr. Kai Kawasugi take a modern approach to this practice by embracing cutting-edge technologies whenever possible. The dentists and their staff are capable of providing general as well as cosmetic care, either catching troublesome conditions early and preventing them from becoming larger issues or correcting existing signs of damage, all with the use of modern dental technology. The E4D system, for example, creates custom-fit crowns, inlays, overlays, and veneers on the same day as the patient's initial visit. Medical-grade lasers can whiten teeth or remove cavities. Additionally, Dr. Stramm and Dr. Kawasugi can use tiny cameras to show patients the insides of their mouths or the interior of a tube of toothpaste. Although these options only represent a handful of the services available at Stamm Dental, the doctors always maintain their commitment to use advanced technology and compassionate care to make patients feel as comfortable as possible.
As a former active-duty dentist in the Coast Guard and a current practitioner for the Colorado Air National Guard, Dr. Josh Wyte knows how to defend mouths against microbial agents. At Wyte Smiles, his focus on preventive care and friendly demeanor earned him a spot on 5280 magazine's 2010 Top Dentist list. In treatment rooms with plenty of natural light, staffers put patients at ease with complimentary beverages, Internet access, headphones, and blankets. The office has a spacious waiting area where guests can watch television or draw up a short quiz on the origins of wooden teeth for Dr. Wyte, who received his undergraduate degree in history before completing his dental studies.