At Kids Care Dental Group, the dentists make kids comfortable by using a variety of gentle, dental techniques. Toddlers and teenagers of all ages frequent the office, where skilled dentists accomodate their needs in a comforting environment. Screens on the walls and ceiling let little patrons play video games and watch movies to help them relax during their visit.
For the team at Fine Touch Dental, the best way to deal with an oral health problem is to catch it before it becomes one. This is why the practice invests in diagnostic technologies?such as digital x-ray systems?designed to help them during routine checkups. In the event that the injury or underlying decay has already caused damage, doctors can use various cosmetic and restorative procedures to conceal it. For instance, they can insert porcelain veneers, fillings, and crowns that match the color of the surrounding tooth, which makes them far less conspicuous than metal fillings or leopard-print dentures. In-office teeth-whitening treatments can be completed in as little as 60 minutes, fading the stains caused by everything from coffee and tea to tobacco. When more drastic repairs are necessary, the dentists can also fill gaps with dental implants or cement an entire bridge into place.
Dr. Bryan Randolph is a children's dentist and a father. He has years of experience, a master's in pharmacology, and a friendly staff to support him, but it's being a parent that influences his practice the most. From the minute kids walk in, it's clear that The Tooth Station is a place designed just for them. The waiting room is filled with jungle murals, trees, and toys to accommodate even the littlest guests. And in the treatment room, nervous kiddos can snuggle into a parent's lap while Dr. Randolph sets to work. He and his staff also have experience and training in working with kids who have special needs.
Dr. Rina Ambaram and Dr. Nancy Welch lavish hardworking, underappreciated teeth with attention during preventive, surgical, and orthodontic services. Digital x-rays and intraoral cameras fortify exams with up-close periodontal details, and handheld electric cleaning tools allow the dentists to hastily slough away mouths' debris and dirty-word residue. The technologically savvy dentists also inspect mouths with a cancer-seeking lamp, and use rotary endodontics to render root canals more efficient and simple than ever before. Sedation options set nervous guests at ease.
Dr. Le and his staff at Stonelake Dental create a relaxed and stress-free environment for patients, whether they’re visiting for general, cosmetic, or restorative dental treatments. Throughout the office, warm colors soothe the senses and gentle music plays while a waterfall trickles and TVs in each room help pass the time. To ensure proper care, they also utilize the latest technology, such as computer-aided dentistry and digital x-rays that reduce exposure to radiation. Furthermore, they accommodate busy patients with Saturday office hours.
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.