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The husband-and-wife team of Drs. Darren Tong and Mariliza Lacap has 20 years of experience in dental implants, cosmetic procedures, and orthodontics. Determined to make patients feel as comfortable as possible, the dentists and their team of seasoned hygienists, assistants, and patient coordinators first get to know patients by holding a Q&A session with each tooth before investigating them for decay and other issues. Each treatment comes with special perks, such as relaxing paraffin hand treatments. Instead of using drills, the dentists remove decay with quiet electric tools that reduce heat and vibration while conserving more of the patient’s tooth. To make sure decay is removed, the dentists follow up with laser therapy to zap away the final bits of decay that may remain. In addition to keeping adult teeth in tip-top chomping shape, the team also pays special attention to the youngest smiles with dedicated pediatric dentistry services.
At her eponymous practice, Dr. Anna Kupchik transforms smiles with both general and cosmetic dentistry. Although Dr. Kupchik skillfully handles cavities with composite and amalgam fillings, she specializes in preventive care due to its importance to oral health and heads off issues before they even manifest, focusing on patient education and advising them to brush and floss properly instead of chewing on mops. She also transforms smiles with aesthetic services ranging from in-office teeth whitening to dental veneers, which conceal discolorations and broken teeth.
When Dr. Richard Pyun took over Smile for Life Family & Cosmetic Dental in the fall of 2003, he inherited a practice that had served Pearl River for more than three decades with personalized care, professionalism, and a cozy atmosphere. Since then, Dr. Pyun has maintained the office's long-standing traditions while ushering it into the modern age of dentistry, carrying out his procedures with the latest technology and techniques. He and his staff perform everything from routine exams and teeth whitening to ultrasonic teeth cleaning and digital radiographs.
At Dental Design of Rockland, Dr. Barbara Ollech channels 25 years of experience when providing comprehensive dental services, ranging from the cosmetic to the treatment of gum disease and root canals. Dr. Ollech and her staff beautify smiles with dental crowns and porcelain veneers, and straighten teeth with Invisalign braces. Other services include restoring dental implants, tooth replacement, and treatment of periodontal disease.
Sunhee Lee, DMD has been caring for smiles in the New York and New Jersey area for more than 17 years, and currently shares her extensive knowledge and compassion at Old Tappan Family Dentistry. She stays ahead of the latest techniques by attending seminars and conferences, and has completed multiple continuing-education courses in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. Dr. Lee has trained extensively in oral and maxillofacial surgical procedures and is certified to perform Invisalign treatments. She has volunteered her services during international medical missions to Mexico, Peru, and Cambodia.
The caring dentist prioritizes patient comfort, eliminating the need for shots and drills with the Lares laser system. In the reception area, guests can sip a complimentary cup of coffee and pay the tooth fairy's generosity forward by dropping coins in the illuminated water fountain.