Drs. Gary Llewellyn and Zac Campano, along with their staff, which includes a hygienist who is also an Indianapolis Colts cheerleader, keep chompers bright and healthy at two office locations. They use handheld cancer-screening lamps and low-radiation digital x-rays to look for mouth problems, and their comprehensive service catalog includes implants, restorations, and custom anti-snoring devices, such as teddy bears who slap loud sleepers across the face.
Family owned and operated since 1977, the expert instructors at Adamson's Karate Studios help students from preschool to adulthood build discipline, confidence, and athleticism using the art of karate. At eight locations, instructors guide students through a series of kicks and punches as they improve their fitness, confidence, discipline, and ability to chop stacks of boring homework in half.
Led by Dr. Ted Reese, Indianapolis Dentistry provides an extensive array of tooth-friendly services in an environment designed to make clients comfortable. Turn your grin into a thousand-watt mouthlight with an hour-long whitening treatment, which uses a desensitizing agent to promote comfort and leaves chompers up to seven shades whiter and 11 times more likely to be photographed by strangers. Those with pearly whites in need of more health-based care can instead opt for the general mouth maintenance; a digital x-ray, consultation, and oral cancer screening work to look below the surface, while a thorough cleaning sweeps away the residue of homemade mud pies. Both options submit bite bones to the healthy scrutiny of a comprehensive exam, giving lonely teeth a chance to chat about their day.
As a mother of six, Dr. Kim Alexander understands that some people—especially children—can dread the dentist. She works to assuage that anxiety in any way she can, channeling her gentle chairside manner into thorough explanations of what’s going to happen during appointments and what treatment she recommends from the results of exams. Throughout fillings, root canals, or extractions, she keeps patients in the know with what to anticipate as far as any discomfort or startling sensations.
Dr. Shirley Ferreira’s day starts when most working professionals’ days are over. She opens to doors to Nitetime Dental at 4 p.m. every weekday, and works until 9 p.m. to cater to people with busy schedules or heliophobia. Dr. Ferreira, who has practiced both in Brazil and the United States, restores teeth to their original luster with porcelain crowns, whitening gels, and bonding services.