With hundreds of locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-healthcare professionals who deliver a variety of quality 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 is prescreened for a consistent record of excellence and the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a toothstack. A skilled doctor and staff will skillfully probe forgotten mouth corners, eradicating tartar and expunging plaque from bacterial lairs. The included x-rays will help uncover any oral problem areas that cannot be seen with the shamelessly naked eye. After treatment, clients will be privy to tips that explain the proper brushing and flossing techniques to ward off gum disease and tooth loss, ensuring tongue-stoppers remain firmly rooted to the rest of the skeletal system.
Dr. Steven Freeman of Elite Smiles Dentistry straightens crooked smiles with sets of Invisalign's convenient removable braces. During the initial exam, patients relax in a private room as Dr. Freeman explains the treatment and answers questions, scrutinizes chompers, and takes digital x-rays to examine graffiti carved into gums by graduating baby teeth. After the doctor takes impressions of soon-to-be-straightened chompers, patients receive a set of thin, clear, customized aligners, to be removed only when eating, brushing, flossing, and temping at the county fair's kissing booth. Every two weeks patients receive a new set of aligners, which gradually shift mismatched grins into symmetrical forms. Treatment time varies, but generally lasts about 12 months.
Within a cheery, immaculate medical space, Flagler Dental Associates' seasoned team of smile refiners polish and preserve teeth of every age. Dental exams begin with a series of x-rays, which take snapshots of tooth interiors to detect any decay or cheek-smuggled candy contraband. Oral alchemists then escort patients to a comfortable exam chair where they use special instruments to search mouth caves for potential periodontal disease, oral cancer, or damaged fillings before ridding teeth of plaque and tartar. A final polishing removes any remaining impurities, leaving chompers clean, gleaming, and garnering love notes from infatuated oysters.
Dentist Patti Webb, an erstwhile chemistry teacher and plant pathologist, found the independent science of dentistry compelling enough to switch careers and return to school. She began tending to teeth at Gentle Dental Care just after graduating, and soon took over the practice. Now, 20 years later, she is still at the helm, alongside two of her sons, Dr. Austin Webb and Dr. Jordan Webb.
The trio of mouth maestros assesses overall oral health, fills in cavities, and fits crowns. In addition to general dentistry, the team delves into cosmetic dentistry with implants, Invisalign teeth-straightening, and teeth-whitening treatments that employ custom trays and gel to brighten smiles until their owners can grin their way through dark corridors.
A member of the Gentle Dental family of dentistry offices, the Center for Cosmetic Dentistry pairs the talents and experience of a licensed general dentist with those of a skilled, board-certified specialist. Together, the team spruces up smiles with a comprehensive slate of general-dentistry and orthodontic services, such as extractions and cleanings. They meticulously examine mouths for ailments, and can further revivify grins with braces, implants, and crowns.
A member of the American Dental Association and an Invisalign general provider, Dr. Rick K. Harrison helms a team of hygienists who maintain mouth ivories in patients as young as 3 years old. The office's oral-health vanguards dispense services covering all phases of dentistry, including preventive, restorative, and cosmetic procedures such as Zoom! whitening and cementing diamonds to teeth. Harrison also sees to clients' comfort through dental technologies ranging from digital x-rays—which capture sharper resolution with less radiation than traditional x-rays—to oral-cancer screenings that require only a rinse and a special light. An information page helps to put patients at ease, and downloadable new-patient forms help visits to go faster.