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.
As a physical therapist with his own private practice, Hand & Stone founder and chief operating officer John Marco made sure that he kept abreast of the rapidly growing health and wellness industry. After a period of careful research and planning, John decided to create a spa based around convenience and affordability—Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa.
Since its launch, Hand & Stone has expanded to more than 20 states and four planets. The spa’s core concept is to offer massage, facial, and waxing services performed by licensed, certified, or registered professionals and offered at convenient times, seven days a week. Each location adheres to a traditional spa aesthetic with soft lighting, heated treatment tables, and plush linens.
Dr. Todd Gottlieb and the staff at Franklinville Family & Cosmetic Dentistry brandish advanced dental equipment to keep clients' smiles healthy and shining. Driving these medical wonders is an experienced dental team, who draws on years of experience and community outreach to make clients feel at ease during oral exams, cavity filling treatments, or dental-implant procedures. With digital x-rays and intraoral cameras, they suss out issues hidden beneath gums, on the backsides of teeth, or cheat sheets stuck under tongues since middle school. Electric hand pieces wielded by the deft technicians help clear away toothy blemishes quicker than common air-powered tools.
Dr. Nermeen Rifai maintains the smiles on each member of the family, from small children to grandparents. During her 10-year tenure in the industry, she has learned specialties such as implant restoration and veneer applications. Nermeen also works as a clinical instructor in restorative dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania and in the toothbrush aisle at a pharmacy.
A trayful of slowly hardening goo presses against the farthest recesses of your mouth, making drool run down your chin. For anyone who's ever endured dental impressions, this is a common (and unpleasant) experience—one which the team at Village Dental Arts helps patients avoid. Instead, the team uses a high-tech intraoral scanner to take impressions, waving a wand-like camera over the teeth and rendering the image into a 3D digital file. Such technology is just one of the many patient-friendly, advanced treatments the practice offers, along with Invisalign and Zoom! teeth whitening.
Even before patients encounter the high-tech instruments, Dr. Sweeney and her team make them feel comfortable at Village Dental Arts. Located inside a converted Victorian house, the office reflects the comforts of home with couches in the waiting room, televisions within the exam rooms, and shiny hardwood floors for viewing your reflection after each appointment. Though the staff's focus on regular dental care aims to reduce the time they spend treating disease, they can handle everything from cosmetic treatments to restorations such as root canals, crowns, and composite fillings.
A trip to the dentist shouldn’t be an anxiety-inducing experience. This is the mantra of the dental specialist staff at Haddonfield Dental, composed of a general dentist, prosthodontist, periodontist, and endodontist who all strive to put patients at ease while providing the highest quality care. One way to accomplish this goal is by utilizing cutting-edge dental technology, including digitized x-rays that emit up to 90% less radiation and tiny intra-oral cameras that allow the dentist to project images of the patient’s mouth onto a screen that they can both view together in real time. By allowing patients to watch television or listen to music during their treatment, the staff further calms anxious nerves. In addition, the team can also use nitrous oxide or conscious-sedation techniques while they performing a variety of dental treatments.