The Advanced Power Plus treatment is the latest whitening technology from Zoom!, the premier purveyors of luminous chompers. Most Zoom-treated teeth will brighten by an average of eight shades after one safe, low-sensitivity, 45-minute procedure. A member of the friendly Advanced Dental Care staff leads each prospective smiler to a massage chair and a personal television, conducive to both muscular relaxation and tragic telenovela speedboat crashes. There, seasoned dental pro Dr. Sam Kahwach will gently and carefully apply Zoom!'s proprietary light and whitening gel in three 15-minute sessions, which work together to gently penetrate teeth and break up stains caused by coffee, soda, smoke, and Smokie-Cola. After all, maintaining a magnificent grin is important for mouths from every lip of life; a gleaming smile can come in handy during job interviews, first dates, and when you're lost in a midnight forest sans flashlight.
Helmed by Dr. Nicholas Coliadis, a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry, the staff at New Albany Dental Care cares for chompers with comprehensive, professional dental services. Dr. Coliadis takes care to fully explain each treatment to patients, such as crowns, fillings, bridges, dentures, and root canals, with the aid of technology such as digital x-rays, intraoral cameras, and lollipops that recite dental theses. To make appointments as stress-free as possible, the office's treatment coordinator requests patients' dental-insurance benefits presession and provides an estimated breakdown of costs. Dr. Coliadis is also a member of the American Dental Association and the Ohio Dental Association.
When it comes to teeth, Dr. Jeff Kover’s training in classical sculpture and architecture has taught him to consider aesthetic matters, such as symmetry, proximity, and color. He puts these skills to use when crafting custom implants, bridges, and veneers for each of his patient’s unique teeth shapes and shades.
An artist is only as good as his equipment, so Dr. Kover outfits his office with up-to-date technology. Electric hand pieces whir to life and quickly disband plaque, ultraviolet light reveals cancerous tissue during oral-cancer screenings, and digital x-rays eschew higher levels of radiation than those emitted by traditional x-rays or sticking one’s head in the microwave. To keep patients safe from cross contamination, Dr. Kover keeps the office at a level of cleanliness that exceeds the requirements set by OSHA and the Center for Disease Control.
Your visit will begin with an in-depth exam to assess your current state of oral affairs. To help expedite the initial consultation, bring in applicable x-rays, a list of medicines you're currently taking, and any pertinent library cards. Dr. Monstwil will take a full set of x-rays to reveal any problems and decay before they turn into larger problems. Once your mouth is cleared for cleansing, a skilled technician will tidy up your teeth with OCD precision. Patients will also receive a tasty fluoride treatment to keep their teeth impervious to imperfections and strong as two yoke of oxen, allowing you to haul a cart if your hands are full. Test out Dr. Monstwil's restoration by stepping into cartoony sunlight and then flashing a grin. The telltale sparkle sound indicates success.
Kevin S. Huelsman, DDS, wields 15 years of experience in preventive and cosmetic dentistry to craft smoldering smiles with state-of-the-art technology. Savvy intraoral cameras lend eyes a rare view of incisors and their private mansions during a comprehensive oral exam, which inspects chompers for cavities and other mouth maladies. Bitewing x-rays delve deeply into the inner psyche of introverted molars to unveil oft-overlooked signs of inter-tooth decay and gum disease, before fluoride-filled trays are deployed to fortifying enamel against driving attacks from bacteria and sugars. A meticulous cleaning then gives the heave-ho to any tartar and plaque buildup, clearing the way for future generations of inevitable meal remnants. You'll leave with a smile bright enough to melt hearts, including your own, so be careful around mirrors.