Fillings. Root canals. Extractions. Movies. Though these may seem like items in the game One Of These Things Is Not Like The Other, they all fit in at Moy Dental. That's because the dental practice makes its clients as comfortable as possible during appointments, pairing them with warm neck wraps, bottled water, and even soup following major treatments. TVs grace the walls in each room, inviting clients to watch a film or a series of their favorite commercials while having their teeth whitened or a crown adhered. Same-day emergency care further sets clients at ease, while an incentive program rewards them for referring new patients to the practice.
Dr. Scott Nguyen’s desire to give his patients the best possible care leads him to attain more than four times the required number of continuing-education hours each year. The classes bolster his knowledge in everything from orthodontics and implant dentistry to how to whittle a toothbrush from a single piece of driftwood. At Sunnysmile Dental, Dr. Nguyen flexes his skills alongside his team, where they makes treatments such as root canals and laser teeth whitening as comfortable as possible.
The dental team at Laurel Smile Dentistry believes that an informed patient is a happy patient. That's why staffers not only spend time explaining the current condition of patients' teeth and gums after exams but also walk patients step by step through procedures such as fillings, veneers, and dental implants. They've also thoroughly loaded their webpage with patient-education resources, allowing visitors to pick up pain-management tips and research dental products.
At Hayashi Dental Group, Drs. Randall T. Hayashi and Mikoyan M. Lagrimas believe oral health doesn’t stop at the mouth—it can impact the entire body. This observance of a mouth-body philosophy leaves them aware that plaque on the teeth can lead to clogged arteries in the heart. So it’s no wonder that the doctors emphasize preventative dentistry, such as oral-cancer screening and cleanings, before beautifying smiles with porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, or dental implants.
Since graduating from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 1989, Dr. Cliff Broschinsky—known as Dr. B to his patients—has been keeping pace with the constantly evolving field of dentistry. At his practice, tooth-colored composite resins replace metal amalgams for cavity repair and Invisalign orthodontics take the place of wire braces or stern ballet instructors to nudge teeth into straighter positions. Patients undergo these modern treatments while surrounded by décor from a bygone era, including Victorian-style couches, brocade curtains, and ornate tables.