Dr. Antonio Cigno has pampered vulnerable veneers and their gummy habitats for more than 20 years, all while racking up upwards of 500 hours in elective training to supplement his practice. During comprehensive dental examinations at the up-to-date office, tooth techs screen mouths for grin inconsistencies such as decay, excessive commemorative plaques, and signs of oral cancer. Cigno’s staffers then dispatch powerful x-rays to assess the chewing rituals of indigenous chompers and discover any dental woes in hiding. Finally, a cleaning crew of gentle instruments infiltrates molar nooks, scrubbing away buildup, cultivating gum health, and showing tongues how to properly pluck a floss-guitar.
Mouth master Dr. Roberto Monteagudo brings more than 15 years of advanced dental experience to the task of dental maintenance and food-cruncher cleaning. Dental experiences at Monteagudo are as comfortable and nonthreatening as lounging on a tame lion skin—a previsit phone call gives Dr. Monteagudo's office the opportunity to learn tooth history and tailor the appointment to the needs of each individual mouth, followed by a visit with personalized care. The office's earth toned colors, soft lighting, and homey feel exude a calming influence, putting patients at ease. Teeth and gums are given the once-over, searched for evidence of gum disease, plaque, and mouth gnomes chipping away at enamel with tiny pickaxes, and then x-rayed to check for impacted molars and hidden tooth decay. With a clean bill of tooth health, the plaque-wrecking cleaning begins delicately devastating tartar buildup and brushing teeth to a blinding sheen.
While the Funke Family Dentistry practice may have begun in 1928, there's absolutely nothing old about its approach to dental care. Although Dr. James E. Funke and his daughter, Dr. Laura J. Funke, carry on the family legacy of friendly service and lasting doctor-client relationships, they aren’t afraid of modernity. In addition to keeping a banner that reads “Welcome Robot Overlords” on hand, they greet the future by offering a selection of advanced dental services, using state-of-the-art equipment, and operating in a newly remodeled office.
Though they hail from different corners of the world, Drs. Chuan Li, DMD, and Gerald F. Eagan, DDS, both pursue the universal goal of bright, healthy smiles. Doctors and staff—all members of professional dental associations and the Toothbrush of the Month club⎯stay up-to-date by taking continuing-education courses.
Inside treatment rooms equipped with digital sensors and intraoral cameras, patients can look out at Wauwatosa from ninth-floor windows as technicians perform gum treatments or place crowns on power-hungry teeth.
Under the guidance of Dr. Stanley Sirotinski and Dr. James Landon, the smile pros at Greenfield Dentists employ modern equipment to treat mouths to a bevy of services in a comfortable atmosphere. A series of x-rays reveals the hidden depths and secret stamp collections of molars, followed by a thorough new patient exam with Drs. Landon & Sirotinski, who keep patients well informed throughout the appointment. A thorough cleaning then overhauls chompers, ridding nooks and crannies of crumbs and spare change. After polishing teeth to a shine, the team finishes with the gel- and tray-based Opalescence whitening system. The treatment transforms teeth into brighter versions of themselves, lending smiles the inviting glow of a freshly painted picket fence.
Dr. Michael Costello leads his team of dentists and hygienists in the war against oral disrepair from two clean, welcoming bases of operations. Your tooth-technicians will begin with a radiograph that examines your whole mouth-cavern for signs of tumors, tommyknockers, and trapped miners. They’ll also scan your molar mountainscape with a DIAGNOdent laser cavity-detection instrument to pinpoint any developing divots in your dentata that have been stockpiling food particles for tomorrow's lunch. As Dr. Costello and company scrub and scrape your tusks clean, you’ll be free to watch the TV above the chair and speak mostly in vowels.