Dr. Byron L. Reintjes and his staff of expert hygienists employ state-of-the-art technology ranging from intraoral cameras to computer generated crowns and veneers in their on-going quest to promote healthy smiles and cure humans born with beaks. Tending to teeth in need of general, cosmetic, or reconstructive treatment, Dr. Byron expertise is matched only by his chair-side manner, as he takes the time to carefully analyze his data and listen to each patient’s input before developing a treatment plan. This dedication to patient comfort is reflected in the modern aesthetic of the family-friendly office. Relaxing massage chairs knead away trepidation in nervous patients, while complimentary blankets keep teeth from chattering with cold.
Following in her father’s footsteps, Dr. Diana Correa Velosa became a dentist more than 25 years ago. Continuing-education classes have strengthened her skill set for such procedures as wisdom-teeth extractions, root canals, porcelain crowns, and dentures. Outside of the office, Dr. Velosa participates in summer mission trips and dispenses free dental care in Central and South America. She and her team maintain a friendly demeanor at all times, unlike the host of a children's TV show—who once in a while must go to the DMV.
Since 1990, Dr. Thomas Winegarden, DDS, and his supporting hygienists have restored and maintained the health of Fresno-area smiles in a calm and compassionate atmosphere. The office?s advanced dental equipment includes a laser cavity-detection device and an intraoral camera, which reveals the mouth's inner workings, including mint Chiclets pretending to be teeth. Friendly office assistants accommodate busy patients with same-day appointments when available and extended hours on Monday and Wednesday.
Warm towels soothe the skin and perfume the air with the scent of lavender just as the opening credits of a favorite film light up the television screen. Guests lean back in their cushioned chairs and open their mouths, not in awe of a particular scene but because hygienists have begun to gently clean their teeth. This scenario is a common opening to an appointment at Elite Dental, where Harmeet Mann, DDS prioritizes relaxation alongside treatment and education. She and her staff cultivate a spa-like environment to ease patients through basic cleanings, the fitting of Invisalign braces, or the bonding of veneers.
Dr. Mann's menu of cosmetic- and general-dentistry services relies on up-to-date equipment, such as digital x-rays and CEREC systems—technology that can produce crowns during a single visit. Other signs of helpful modernism include paperless records, free WiFi, and eco-friendly electronic faucets that minimize the water usage and frustrations of coaxing an elephant to spray your hands with its trunk. Dr. Mann combines these amenities with more personal comforts—namely, an emphasis on trust and open communication with her clients.
With hundreds of participating locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-health-care professionals that delivers a variety of dental services. The collective places an emphasis on relationship building—meaning patients can confess their most egregious toffee-apple trespasses while receiving a teeth scrubbing delivered with precision and understanding. Each of the dentists has the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a tooth-stack. Since Right Dental Group encompasses a wide range of offices and dentists, customers can schedule appointments online for any dental service—from routine cleanings and x-rays, to restorative crowns, Invisalign treatments, or cosmetic Zoom whitening—at the neighborhood location they prefer.
The dentists and aestheticians at Dental Spa on First combine forces to help realize a wide range of beauty and health goals. Dr. Amin and his team examine mouths for signs of disease, straighten crooked chompers with Invisalign, and remove unruly wisdom teeth. The staff aims to relax clients during appointments by covering them with blankets for warmth, massaging their hands, and playing movies that aren’t about famous car alarms. The aestheticians, on the other hand, snip off split ends, apply makeup, and remove dead skin with chemical peels. In a private room with earthen-hued walls and abstract artwork, massage therapists glide their hands along muscles, unraveling knots and relieving achy joints.