Zoom! advanced power whitening is the fastest way to move a few steps closer to the total absence of color. In just three successive 15-minute sessions, your chompers will whiten by an average of eight shades, equivalent to being punched by Odin twice. The procedure’s proprietary whitening gel and finely tuned specialty light work in tandem to gently de-prism your grin and unite all the wavelengths of light into an unparalleled toothular radiance.
At Family Dentistry of South Austin, Round Rock, and Cedar Park, dentists Jordan Von Seht and Michael Caparas aim to provide technologically advanced services in a welcoming, kid-friendly setting. Dr. Caparas has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education to bring the latest techniques to his patients, and Dr. Von Seht was a practicing physical therapy before deciding to pursue a career in dentistry.
Before appointments for smile-smoothing veneers, Zoom! whitening sessions, Six Month Smiles treatments, or Invisalign aligners, patients nosh on complimentary refreshments while children sit in the play area and discuss baby teeth as a passive income stream. In the treatment rooms—which are outfitted in soothing earth tones and colorful artwork—staffers put guests at ease with blankets, movies and video games, and wireless Internet.
Dr. Hooty Alayan completely dedicates himself to his patients' well-being, but he considers their comfort and relaxation to be almost as important as their oral health. In addition to a comforting, relaxing ambiance where clients can feel at home, Dr. Alayan's technicians pamper visitors with complimentary hot scented towels and massaging dental chairs while they inspect teeth for problematic signs and perform preventive treatments. Dr. Alayan has been utilizing CEREC 3-D technology—which allows users to custom-fabricate crowns and onlays—since 2005, and the staff's arsenal of modern dental gadgetry also includes intraoral cameras and digital x-ray machines with low levels of radiation. Great Oaks Family & Cosmetic Dentistry’s interior also creates a homey, relaxing setting with its bright tones, leather furniture, and marble accents.
Drs. Shelby Denman, Chad Denman, and Jaydee Marrero don’t just want their patients to leave with healthy teeth. They also want their patients to leave happy with their experience at Family Tree Dental Group. And that starts before patients even arrive for their appointment. The dental practice reminds people of upcoming appointments with friendly emails, text messages, and singing telegrams. Once in the office, patients relax in ergonomic dental chairs with blankets and pillows while one of the dentists checks teeth for signs of disease and decay. Each treatment room is outfitted with a television boasting 200 available channels to help pass the time during digital x-rays, mercury-free fillings, and teeth-whitening services.
At Chisholm Trail Dental Health, Dr. Mike Asay takes the time to get to know his patients and develop personalized treatment plans before performing any general-dentistry or cosmetic procedures, such as fitting patients for Invisalign, installing veneers, or diagnosing periodontal disease. The office’s reception area contrasts with its modern dental technologies, disarming patient anxieties with a rustic charm. A rough-hewn wooden coffee table, Native American-styled chairs, and cozy sofa flank a bearskin rug that sits before an in-wall wood fireplace when it’s not out catching salmon.
Dr. Howard Polansky and his staff understand the importance of traditional dental services. They regularly clean teeth to prevent decay and use digital x-rays to detect cavities that have already formed. But they also leave some room in their schedule for cutting-edge orthodontic procedures such as Ortho-Express, which straightens teeth in six months with tooth-colored brackets and wires. As if to further demonstrate their fondness for new technologies, Dr. Polansky and his team have outfitted their office with complimentary Wi-Fi. Patients can also request video glasses if they'd like to watch a movie during their appointment or pretend they're visiting a dentist from the future.