With a month's all-you-can-clip-clean-and-trim privileges at The Head Game, you'll be free to turn a bowl cut into a Mohawk into a faux-hawk into a North Pole soul patch, all while enjoying contemporary comforts within The Head Game's classic "1940s barbershop" studio space, complete with black leather recliners, flat-screen TVs, exposed brick, and framed sports photos. If forcefully lopping off your locks every few days sounds impractical, you can instead enjoy weekly touch-ups before summer weekend events such as weddings, barbecues, barbecue mitzvahs, international soccer tournaments, or nights out with a lucky lady.
Painlessly polishing body surfaces is Dr. Nalini G. Prasad's personal mission at Laser Esthetica, which was named the Favorite Med Spa by readers of Style magazine in 2010. A licensed doctor performs all procedures at the spa, ensuring that skin coverings are as safe and protected as precious human baby teeth stored in Godzilla's mouth. Dr. Prasad boasts great experience using the state-of-the-art LightSheer and Cutera CoolGlide lasers to combat unwanted whiskers of all types, and because there's no recovery time required after each treatment, laser zaps can be easily wedged into lunch breaks or paused commercial breaks. Though 4–6 treatments are usually needed for clients to attain complete fuzz freedom, you'll notice a decrease in stray strands after each session.
Through their "Smile Design" treatment plan, doctors Kahbody and Khodai help patients map out a path to the perfect set of teeth. They take into consideration a number of factors?such as personality, facial structure, and mouth condition?before devising a scheme that may incorporate both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. They may cover ragged chompers with porcelain veneers, expunge discoloration with Zoom! whitening treatments, or replace missing teeth or ill-advised Chicklet surrogates with dental implants. In addition to mouth makeovers, the doctors can also perform laser-based dental procedures to treat gum disease or reshape uneven gum tissue to further enhance smiles. And to make squeamish patients more comfortable through any one of these procedures, they offer sedation dentistry. With that, guests remain conscious, but enjoy a sense of relaxation during visits to help them cope with sensitive teeth or fear of needles.
For Dr. Satbir Kahlon, the only thing more important than ensuring her patients are receiving the most advanced dental treatments is making sure they also have the knowledge needed to secure a healthy future for their smile. Beyond keeping herself up-to-date through advanced courses in aesthetics and cosmetic dentistry, she keeps her website constantly refreshed with educational videos that cover everything from the proper way to brush and floss to tips for delivering bad news to overly sensitive teeth. Cutting-edge technology including digital radiographs assist Dr. Kahlon as she safeguards oral health through preventive exams and enhances grins with veneers and dental implants, and Biolase Waterlase laser technology affords her unrivaled precision as she removes decay and bonds fillings sans drilling.
Prioritizing its patients' comfort, Eureka Dental Group's staff encourages them to share their anxieties about dental care. Whether it has to do with tooth pain or whether they'll miss their third row of teeth, these patients can be sure to find a listening ear. To further relaxation, staff members use high-tech procedures such as digital x-rays and 3D scans to obtain images of teeth, and make oral sedation available for extra-anxious patients. Each location has a periodontist, oral surgeon, and pedodontist on staff, ready for duty.
Dr. Christian Hoybjerg loves change. As an orthodontist, he gets to see smiles change and self-esteem levels soar as his corrective treatments shift teeth into straight formation. Working alongside Dr. Nathan Adams, they work together as dentist and orthodontist to help their patients achieve flawless smiles. Both doctors were educated at Loma Linda University Dental School, and keep right on learning with continuing-education courses and trainings in the latest procedures. Some common conditions he ameliorates include crowded teeth, underbites, and overbites.