Twin Cities native Dr. Wallace Lunden continued his dental education after graduating as a DDS from the University of Minnesota, and he actively participates in dental organizations like the Academy for the Study of Dental Occlusion, the American Dental Society, and the Minnesota Dental Society. He tends to teeth with a full range of general and cosmetic dentistry services. In addition to preventing cavities with cleanings, the doctor specializes in keeping evidence of dental work a secret. He spruces up smiles with porcelain veneers, fits teeth with natural-looking ceramic crowns, and replaces conspicuous metal amalgam with tooth-colored composite material. He also applies Invisalign and ClearCorrect braces that stay out of sight like teenagers at family functions as they guide teeth toward healthier positions. Dr. Lunden runs a family practice, and he loves kids; he himself has four children, four grandchildren, and a wife who teaches kindergarten.
The dental professionals at Dental Health Care Center have been venturing into the dark corners of people’s mouths for four decades. The practice’s trio of skilled dentists, Drs. Cashin, Woell, and Dalluge, transforms smiles with modern technology, such as Opalescence custom teeth-whitening trays and transparent Invisalign braces, which straighten teeth without putting their owners in danger of being mugged for scrap metal. Whether they’re plugging teeth with Cerec ceramic fillings or outfitting mouths with implants, the dentists explain each procedure in detail.
After graduating from the University of Minnesota Dental School in 2006, Dr. Max Barsky didn't rest on his laurels. Instead, he extended his education by five years, taking post-graduate courses in aesthetic dentistry. That extra training gave him insight that now helps many of his patients, including knowledge of how the appearance of teeth relates to the overall shape of the face. That's just one of the extra ways Dr. Barksy attends to his patients and is always part of his thinking when he's performing checkups, installing implants, fitting braces, and figuring out who took a bite of his sandwich.
Inside the calm and comforting confines, patients will receive a trio of mouth-brightening services from a team of skilled tooth mechanics. Drs. Jennifer Herbert and Jennifer DeChant, feared opponents of high-fructose corn syrup, will don spelunking gear and rappel deep into your mouth in search of dangerous cavity caverns and the root of any pains. The dentists will blast out any impudent plaque with a high-pressure hose and capture photogenic pearly whites with quality x-rays suitable for any grandma's mantle.
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With an advanced degree in orthodontics and TMJ treatment in dentistry from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry under her belt, Dr. Delia Dall' Arancio and Dr. Regina Blevins adjust smiles until they project even more smile. The initial exam, including x-rays, photos, and strategizing about a dental regimen, will set the course for teeth calibrators designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into alignment. Patients are encouraged to ask questions about their particular treatment, including how much peanut butter will be involved. For the toothy task of fang modification, you get $1,000 toward any traditional full set of braces priced at $5,700 or more or $1,000 toward any individualized Invisalign treatment priced at $6,500 or more.