The staff at New Smile Teeth Whitening combats the smile-staining powers of cigarettes, coffee, and time through in-office treatments or at-home kits. Specialists storm ivory fields with in-house services that use FDA-approved gels to fade away stains with help from an LED activator that bolsters the gel's potency and reveals "wash me" messages written in invisible ink. For clients unable to escape hectic schedules, New Smile Teeth Whitening stocks a range of different kits that employ the same approved gels and lights for at-home grin glamorizing.
While the stylists at Nimia's Beauty Salon can trim, color, and blowout hair, that's not what they're best known for. Their specialty always has been their formal styles, whether its updos for special occasions or stylish braids for a night on the town. They use a combination of nimble fingers, curling irons of all sizes, and a mist of hairspray to create looks that are romantic and soft or bouncy and full of life. They even can try out trendy styles, from fishtail braids to loose topknots.
That Broadway Smile's team of dentists, orthodontists, and anesthesiologists thwarts cavities blooming in the tiny teeth of youngsters up to 25 years old and special needs patients. Enamel experts ward off impending issues with preventative exams and cleanings using fruit- and candy-flavored fluoride and toothpaste. Orthodontic gurus realign off-kilter ivories with braces or snugly fitted Halloween fangs before sending patients home with goodie bags. Tykes pass time by counting their own bicuspids or diving into a stockpile of colorful toys in the waiting area, bordered by a comfy black and red bench. Kids crowd into a pintsized movie theater to watch family-friendly films or crush opposition in a game room outfitted with Xboxes and TVs. Cartoon murals embellish treatment rooms, with whimsical themes such as "Wisdom Tooth of Oz" and "Pocahonteeth."
Most popular service: Teeth whitening
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Free street parking
Massapequa Dental's doctors run a true family practice consisting of Dr. Kenneth Glassberg, Dr. Phil Glassberg, registered dental hygienist Gina Glassberg, and certified dental assistant JoAnn Glassberg. They team up to clean and whiten their clients' teeth, employing everything from digital x-rays to old fashioned tooth brushes in their work. They have a lot of practice at it: the family has been practicing in Long Island since 1964, the year teeth were first invented.
Sherese Sweeney Leonard, DDS, and her clinically accredited staff keep smiles blinding with cosmetic and restorative dental services. By continuing her education, staying abreast of developing technologies, and gleaning years of sage advice from wisdom teeth, Dr. Leonard has built a repertoire of state-of-the art techniques to maintain mouth bones. Lackluster grins can sparkle after teeth whitening or the installation of porcelain veneers. Complimentary music and magazines, much like the velvet-lined trunk in which Mr. Potato Head stores spare features, keep ears and eyes comfortable while procedures are taking place.