Bloomfield Family Dental's doctors and hygienists elucidate the link between overall health and oral health as they transform smiles. Certified in sedation dentistry and Invisalign orthodontics, Dr. Marc Kamp keeps teeth healthy, tidy, and aligned as he builds on more than 20 years' worth of professional experience spelunking into mouth caverns. In addition to health-related services, Dr. Kamp's practice offers cosmetic treatments to change the appearance of teeth, repair decayed and broken teeth, or replace missing teeth. With an eye toward offering personalized experiences, specialists listen carefully to customers' concerns and devise long-term plans for oral health.
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.
A graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Dr. Justin A. Leath is the type of guy who can make any activity fun, dentist visits included. At his all-digital practice in Rochester Hills, he performs everything from basic cleanings to emergency extractions while clients gaze at flat-screen TVs mounted in every treatment room. Cosmetic enhancements include porcelain veneers and professional teeth whitening. For clients who just can't relax, the office also offers two modes of sedation: nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and algebra textbooks on tape. To accommodate clients' busy schedules, Leath Dental books early-morning, after-work, Saturday, and Sunday appointments. For those who arrive at the office ahead of time, a modern reception area with black leather chairs, cold bottled water, and a single-cup coffee brewer make the waiting period feel more like an intentional stint of rest and relaxation.
To Dr. Daniel Mashni and his team, patients' comfort is just as important as their oral health. That's why they stock the office with the latest ease-enhancing advancements in dental technology—including digital x-ray scanners and a sterilization system that provides distilled, crystal-clear water for every appointment—and by thoroughly explaining all of the available options to their clients. The specialists might recommend general, cosmetic, or restorative dental care, although every service shares the common goal of leaving teeth healthy and sparkling. Veneers, implants, and crowns can all help seal gaps or conceal signs of damage, and Invisalign treatments even out teeth without the use of metal braces. The practice also offers in-office as well as at-home whitening procedures, which leave smiles as stain-free as the apron of the inventor of invisible ink.
Dr. Daniel Leske's interest in holistic healing and nutrition has led him across North America on a quest for knowledge. Though holistic approaches aren't often associated with dentistry, that doesn't stop Dr. Leske: he applies what he's learned in areas of kinesiology, homeopathy, and acupuncture at his own, pastel-hued dental practice. There, Dr. Leske emphasizes the importance of a healthy mouth. But rather than assigning a personal trainer to every tooth, he keeps kissers in good shape with an arsenal of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic dental services, plus specialty services such as whitening and treatment for TMJ. A caring, passionate staff aids the doctor's efforts, boasting an average of 15 years experience per staff member.
Dr. Timothy Kosinski of SmileCreator has placed over 7,000 dental implants throughout his career. When he isn't crafting dentures, treating gums, or replacing fangs with tusks, he works as an adjunct assistant professor at a university. Because of his achievements in his field, he won the Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition award from the Academy of General Dentistry in 2009. In addition to contributing to two textbooks, he has published more than 80 articles on implant dentistry and has written an unpublished collection of dental-themed haikus. Although Dr. Kosinski offers more routine preventive care, he mostly performs full-mouth reconstruction and cosmetic dentistry, and so, in order to help patients relax during these services, he can use both intravenous and oral sedation. Treatment rooms help patients unwind without sedation with TVs, individual headphones, DVDs, and computer equipment.