Chief dentist Dr. Susana Moncada founded Windermere Dental Group in order to create a comprehensive dental-care center. Dr. Moncada, who completed thorough training in orthodontic and cosmetic dentistry, performs a variety of services at the practice, and uses the CEREC system—ceramic crowns crafted through 3D photography—to restore smiles within one visit.
As she works, patients can enjoy their choice of movies, watching through goggles, listening through surround sound, and affecting the outcome by yelling at the characters. Classical music can also waft through the treatment room as Dr. Moncada nestles fillings into teeth or replaces missing ones with implants or dental bridges.
Dr. William Glover specializes in smiles. He cleans teeth and helps keep them healthy, addressing problems such as cavities, gum disease, and the perennial issue of wisdom teeth. Patients also rate the friendliness of his staff highly among his office's assets, presumably appreciating the opportunity to show off their new and improved smiles to someone as they leave the office.
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.
Dr. Ameer Zufari and Dr. Junaid Farooqui combine their substantial experience at Metrowest Family Dental, where they work tirelessly to keep smiles healthy and beautiful. Together, they carry out routine checkups, perform root canals, and install porcelain bridgework. In addition to these preventative and corrective procedures, they also offer cosmetic teeth-whitening sessions, which gently lift out stains and include take-home care kits. In order to remain at the top of their game in all aspects of dentistry, the duo strives to stay up-to-date, seeking out modern technologies such as tooth-colored resins to replace traditional?and more noticeable?metal fillings.
Dr. Pedro A. Mora-Rosa specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry, while includes such treatments as teeth whitening, Invisalign, and porcelain veneers. He also performs root canals and implants new teeth into smile gaps.
When a dark-haired man enters the treatment room wearing a pit-crew shirt and introduces himself, new patients often do a double take, then gaze around the room to confirm their location. It may not help that they then spy a few of Dr. Carlos Medina's racing trophies or a triptych of a Formula 1 car lining the walls, but if they were to succumb to their confusion, patrons would miss out on his attentive and knowledgeable care. With a focus on adult cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Carlos Medina and his wife, a licensed hygienist, cherish clients from the moment they walk through the door and check in on the computerized kiosk, which improves upon a traditional receptionist's efficiency and ability to remember the Tetris theme song. During routine cleanings or more in-depth treatments, patients snuggle under electric blankets and distract ocular orbs by slipping on the practice's movie goggles. Distilled water enhances the sterility of each procedure, and patients can hunker down over the Cerec machine and watch as it turns digital impressions into crowns in a matter of hours.
Carlos likes to tell patients that the only thing separating him from them is a whole lot of school; this is only partly true. Within the sleek-and-streamlined office done in grayscale shades, bursts of crimson leap from Formula 1 memorabilia, including model cars, photographs, and the doctor's racing helmet from the national series he ran in 2007. The racing bug still has its teeth sunk in deep, as Carlos continues to serve as an instructor at Sebring International Raceway during amateur events.