On his website, Dr. Gary Arabatyan compares his dental practice to artistry. “I view my patient’s smile as my canvas,” he says, a paint-splattered toothbrush in his hand. Using his years of experience, Dr. Arabatyan transforms grins into visual masterpieces by cleaning mouths, whitening teeth, and replacing chipped enamel with ceramic fronts, crafted in-house. The artistic attention to detail also extends to the practice’s furnishings. Guests can dreamily gaze into a saltwater fish tank and enjoy DVDs in each treatment room.
EZ Smile's trio of dentists team up to fight tooth decay and gum disease in all their guises. In their cozy office replete with dark wood floors and plenty of natural light, they accomplish treatments such as fillings, extractions, and gum-disease laser therapy with a gentle approach. Besides lasers, they employ other effective tech such as the VELscope, which easily detects early signs of oral cancer. Through use of the latest technology and techniques, they enhance patient comfort and execute procedures with greater precision. As patient comfort is paramount, they adhere to strict sterilization standards and comply with all CDC guidelines. They also ensure relaxed visits with sedation dentistry, allowing anxious patients respite from their worries with nitrous oxide.
When Dr. Robert Alavi became a licensed dentist, his schooling did not stop. Even as he began work as a dental associate, he kept himself a frequent fixture inside the classroom with specialty courses in temporomandibular joint dysfunction, oral and facial pain, and cosmetic full-mouth rehabilitation. Now at the helm of his own practice, Dr. Alavi spends his days performing root canals, creating custom veneers, whitening smiles, and checking teeth for signs of hidden disease.
With two advanced degrees and more than 30 years of dental experience, Dr. Patricia A. Murray knows her way around a mouth. But she relies on more than her skill and education alone; during those three decades, she has kept her office up-to-date technologically. She scans teeth and bone with digital x-rays that emit lower levels of radiation and replaces missing teeth with modern dental implants that mimic natural biters in both looks and function.