At Cornerstone Dental, Dr. Kevin A. Franklin draws from 22 years of experience to beautify and maintain mouths with a full range of dentistry, from orthodontics and implants to TMJ treatments and cosmetic services. Dr. Franklin believes that with modern dentistry?s technology, natural teeth will never need replacing, and so his office is equipped with digital x-rays, which emit less radiation than traditional x-rays, and tooth-colored composite fillings, which, unlike metal amalgam fillings, repair cavities without leaching toxins or attracting magnets.
The dental team also uses technology to enhance patient comfort by pairing each dental chair with a digital TV monitor. The professionals further relax patients by administering sedation pills and humming lullabies.
This cellulite treatment's non-invasive two-part process is designed to caress skin into better well-being. Endermologie first pulls skin in three different directions of rotation, triggering biological responses throughout the tissue. Its "lift" technology sends out micropulses of energy that further promote the growth of good cells, such as youthfulness-imbuing collagen and fun-loving elastin. The gentle procedure also diplomatically convinces dermises to release unwanted fat cells through lipolysis, subtly reducing cellulite, contouring body shapes, and freeing up dermis hands for holding baby royals. Both men and women can benefit from the revitalizing effects of Endermologie treatments, which are performed under the tutelage of the Fountain of Youth Institute's head, Dr. Randal Harrell.
Dr. Edilia is an accredited Cosmetic Dentist and a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry. She has been in practice for over 30 years and prides herself on meticulous, personalized artistry in the application of the Art of Dentistry to her patients.
In one private dental-treatment room, a patient reclines while swaddled in a soft blanket, listening to Sirius XM radio. Next door, in a chamber dedicated to Zoom! whitening, Sony movie glasses transmit moving pictures as dinginess leaches from teeth. According to hygienist Jenn Martin, regular patients like to call Prestige Dentistry "a spa for their teeth," as comfort is paramount in this modern office paneled in golden wood and cream-colored walls. Staying at the forefront of technology with an all-digital office, the dentists peer at biters with interoral cameras and look beneath surfaces with digital x-rays, which, like transcripts of the president's personal phone calls, can be viewed from any computer in the office. An onsite lab and mill enable crowns and any other tooth-replacement options to be forged on the same day as a patient's visit. Prestige Dentistry's staff regularly reaches out to the community with informational events, including visits to schools and adult-care facilities. During the field trips, the professionals explain how good dental care contributes to overall health and better times during no-hands pie-eating contests.
After an initial consultation and screening for potential complications from severe tooth decay, Dr. Carver Little and Dr. James R. Pitts dress teeth with a specially formulated whitening gel and expose them to a focused beam of light. While under the light, the gel’s hydrogen peroxide breaks down to penetrate enamel and dentin, eradicate colored substances, and bolster dental strength as effectively as toothpaste made from liquefied oranges. Every 15 minutes, technicians wipe dental canvasses clean and lacquer on a fresh coat of solution. Once the four applications are completed, patients can beam a grin up to eight shades more luminous than before. Some teeth-whitenees may experience short-term sensitivity from the procedure, so customers may want to temporarily refrain from eating extremely hot or cold things or biting of the spikes out of railroad tracks.