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.
This non-invasive process begins with a whitening gel spread on each tooth. During a 15-minute process, the gel’s special formula is activated with a high-intensity light beam wielded by an experienced technician, and the whitening is complete after process is repeated three times. Smiles emerge sparkling, and stains caused by coffee, smoking, and chewing ink pens lessened; for best results, make your whitening appointment within two months of a teeth cleaning.
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.
By the age of 10, Dr. Sarmad Channo already knew that being a doctor, engineer, or pilot would never be as fulfilling as being a dentist. The profession suited him because it harnessed his analytical mind and compassion for patients. Today, he lives out his childhood dream by practicing dentistry at Art Dentistry Center, performing routine exams, treating disease, and cursing his sugary foes.