The exterior of Walter Mauck, DDS's office combines classic and modern architecture, with a base of solid stonework accented by wall-to-wall windows and metallic beams. Inside, Dr. Mauck and his experienced staff combine the solid, basic foundations of quality dental work with state-of-the-art technology, creating a full schematic of oral care that serves patients of all ages.
Dr. Mauck boasts an impressive resumé; he is the former president of the Wabash River Dental Society and a current member of the ADA, ODA, and Dayton Dental Society. Using this experience, he leads his team in family, cosmetic, restorative, and emergency dental work that places patients' trust and comfort above all else. They welcome patients to ask questions to ensure the success of personal hygiene habits and future appearances on Jeopardy. They also perform digital x-rays to reduce patients' exposure to harmful radiation.
With seven dentists on staff, Centerville Family Dental welcomes any dental challenge. The dentists perform standard dental services, such as root canals and tooth extractions. They perform cosmetic services, too. For example, realistic-looking implants fill in gaps in smiles, and whitening treatments wash away unsightly stains. In addition, during routine checkups, dentists screen for cancer and search mouths for signs of gum disease, cavities, and contraband sugar cubes.
Dr. Gregory P. Gallagher augments his general and cosmetic services with laser procedures. He uses the high-energy beams for operations such as noninvasive gum surgery and high-tech cavity screening, which is far superior to knocking on teeth to check if they’re hollow. Alternatively, Dr. Gallagher can use more traditional methods—such as laminate veneers, crowns, and tooth-whitening—in smile makeovers. A regular regimen of exams, cleanings, and x-rays keeps teeth in working order.:m]]
From the wall-to-wall cartoon mural to the gum-ball machine to the generous assortment of coloring books, there's no mistaking Beavercreek Pediatric Dentistry is an office for kids. The team of dentists and assistants—many of whom are parents themselves—understand that kids are often anxious or outright frightened when it comes time to see the dentist. They work to reduce this reaction not only with kid-friendly environs, but also by letting their patients know about any unfamiliar sensations they might feel before they feel it.