Accredited in both general and cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Richard Betor trained under Dr. Larry Rosenthal––also known as the "Dentist to the stars" for his work treating the teeth of celebrities such as Kathie Lee Gifford and Donald Trump. Backed by a fellowship in laser dentistry from the prestigious World Clinical Laser Institute, Dr. Betor eschews the use of drills or needles in favor of Waterlase tools, which gently carve decay and deli-thin turkey slices from ailing teeth without pressure or pain. Highly-accurate fluorescence scanners allow him to examine mouths for early-stage cavities or those hidden behind crevices, and mouths may be further refurbished with a wide range of state-of-the-art aesthetic treatments such as Invisalign retainers, porcelain veneers, or dental implants.
The Facial Aesthetic Designers aim to send their clients out into the world feeling beautiful and confident. Overseen by Dr. John Heimke, the designers' services range from dental overhauls to aesthetic rejuvenation via Botox, but focus on the doctor's specialty: cosmetic dentistry. In addition to dental implants and porcelain veneers, the designers promise patients white teeth for life with a program that includes visits twice a year for routine cleanings and complimentary whitening-gel refills, which fill custom trays for teeth.
For more than 35 years, dentists at American Dental Centers have polished pearly whites and prevented dental disease with thorough exams. At each of the 14 locations that dot Northern and Central Ohio, patients walk in or schedule appointments so they don’t have to scrape off plaque using chew toys. The center maintains a 24-hour phone line so that patients can arrange to have emergencies treated as soon as possible, and it also offers a Forever White program, in which patients pay a one-time fee and then receive take-home bleaching treatments for as long as they attend their regular three- or six-month check-ups.
Dr. Iranpour and his staff of hygienists and assistants at Today's Dentistry understand that going to the dentist can be a stressful experience for some. To help ease anxiety, they've installed a soothing waterfall in the office, filled the air with therapeutic scents, and keep warm paraffin wax onsite, into which patients can dip their hands or unpaid parking tickets. During procedures, such as bonding, root canals, or whitening treatments, patients can watch their favorite film through virtual glasses while lounging atop massaging chairs.
Dr. Khramoy’s extensive amount of advanced education has prepared him for any dental situation. He extracts headache-causing wisdom teeth, replaces missing teeth with dental implants, and employs a dental laser for use in no-shot dentistry. Of course, he is also just as adept at preventing cavities and promoting oral health with routine checkups and cleanings, in addition to teeth-whitening services.
Looking at his datebook, you would think Dr. Kent S. Lamoreux never gets tired. When he’s not working at his dental practice, he's teaching as an adjunct professor at the Case School of Dental Medicine. When he's not teaching, he donates his time and dental expertise to the Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland. After more than 30 years as a dentist, he tried to give retirement a shot, but quickly found that he enjoyed his work even more than gardening, airplane-model building, beekeeping, or the other hobbies retired people are legally required to take up.
Happily back at work, Dr. Lamoreux’s dental practice benefits from his boundless energy and zeal. When he found he wasn't content with standard extractions and root canals, Dr. Lamoreux learned to cover the full range of dental services, from general dentistry to cosmetic and restorative types. His comprehensive knowledge base means that he can treat patients himself, which is the leading cause of the thick layer of dust on his rolodex of dental specialists.