Like Batman and Batwoman, Dr. Dave Mlnarik and Dr. Paige Miller have an arch nemesis. Their Joker, however, is dental disease, which they combat through their shared practice, Shadow Ridge Dental. Thorough exams, their first line of defense, screen for oral cancer and gum disease, evaluate tooth decay, and assess existing dental work. The exams also complement regular cleanings, digital x-rays, and sealant, keeping patients? teeth healthy more effectively than braces made of spinach.
Should disease strike, the dentists nip it in the bud with treatments ranging from root canals to tooth-colored fillings that blend seamlessly into smiles. They can also resolve more superficial issues, whitening teeth in-office and covering chips with veneers. A steady stream of continuing-education seminars lends each treatment a modern touch without forcing the doctor to administer dental work in the trunk of a hybrid.
With flat-screen televisions, leather chairs and couches, and gentle light that pours in from large windows and dimmed studio fixtures, creature comforts prevail at Premier Dental. Dr. Amy Dietrich uses modern technology to perform treatments in both cosmetic and general dentistry, such as recontouring uneven gum tissue, detecting cavities with lasers, and figuring out which tooth killed Colonel Mustard in the conservatory. Dr. Dietrich's experience spans CEREC and laser dentistry, earning her a collection of awards for excellence in her field. Together with her team, she restores tooth health and whitens grins with care.
Invisalign straightens crooked chompers with a combination of highly advanced, 3-D computer graphics and the spells of old-fashioned orthodontia. The Invisalign process eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. An initial 30-minute exam, including x-rays, photos, and impressions of your mouth terrain, paves the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into perfect alignment. The total cost of an Invisalign treatment varies for each customer (it can run anywhere from $2,000 to $8,000); this Groupon gets you $750 toward that final cost. View some Invisalign FAQs here.
Dr. Paul Krause, Dr Patil-Hoffman and their staff are dedicated to providing the best dental care in the Omaha area.
We are committed to making our practice convenient, caring and accessible. Our doctors are experts in a range of dentistry so you only have to make one stop for all your dental needs
The staff of friendly teeth pros at Prestige ensure that customers of all ages receive high-quality dental care in a high-tech facility. Today’s deal gets both adults and children a complete cleaning treatment to preempt dental disasters. Along with a comprehensive exam ($56), a tooth-loving dental professional will perform a cleaning ($55 for children; $80 for adults) to wash away the remnants of last summer’s jerky and to uproot sunflower sprouts. Children get a fluoride treatment to prevent young teeth from attempting to decay before their time ($31). A panoramic x-ray allows for a full view of your mouth’s glory ($99), and bitewings are added to keep your biters from flying away when the rays tickle them—kids get two ($41), whereas adults must deal with four ($58).
Led by the talents of Dr. Braasch and crew, Braasch Dentistry provides a full array of dental services to keep teeth in fine health, all in a chic, modern office environment. When enamel wears away and teeth fall prey to the staining agents of caffeine, tobacco, and vintage jerky, a BOOST teeth-whitening treatment can coat chompers with several new layers of chemically activated whiteness. The treatment, which lasts about 90 minutes, consists of a consultation with Dr. Braasch and a session with a highly trained staff member versed in BOOST's enamel-strengthening efficacy. Newly whitened mouth-bones can retain their unadulterated coloration for years, although every customer will experience different long-lasting results, much like everyone has their own interpretation of Harry Potter's final monologue about the importance of buying American-made power tools.