At J-Town Comprehensive Dental Center, Dr. Christina Beckham heads a team of mouth maestros who tend teeth with general, cosmetic, and preventive dentistry. Dr. Beckham specializes in CEREC tooth restoration, which matches ceramic crowns or veneers to gnashers' natural ivory hue, fostering natural-looking smiles that are more stunning than a tinfoil suit in a lightning storm. Gingivitis and teeth grinding meet their match with corrective cleansing, and glistening surfaces replace tartar and daily wear after exams and cleanings. Patients seeking Hollywood smiles avail themselves of J-Town Comprehensive Dental Center's in-office teeth-whitening techniques and Six Month Smiles braces before casting their tooth impressions on the Walk of Fame.
Drs. Mark Schulte and Carol Muth, along with Mark’s son Dr. David Schulte, work together to correct crooked smiles and protect the oral health of their patients. They draw on their collective expertise to tend to teeth with a variety of procedures that range from exams to orthodontics. The dentists also employ advanced technology, including a digital x-ray system to reduce exposure to radiation and a rotary-endodontics system that addresses root canals in one visit instead of several weeks or leap days. Whether the team is filling cavities with tooth-colored composites or fitting mouths with Invisalign clear plastic aligners, such attention to efficiency and comfort is emblematic of their mission to make dental health as easy as possible for their patients.
The staff at The Smile Center knows a trip to the dentist can be stressful. That’s why it has leveraged technology to create a comforting environment for patients. HD televisions outfitted in each treatment room keep nervous thoughts at bay with shows, movies, or 3D images hidden inside the static channels. Flat-screen monitors are also outfitted in each room so dentists can easily display images when explaining treatment plans to patients. The office keeps its procedures updated as well, using digital x-rays to allow dentists to uncover any hidden maladies with less radiation than traditional treatments. And, a digital charting system enables the office to go paperless, saving trees and the cool clubhouses that perch in them.
When Dr. Bridget Young was 12, she filed papers and assisted chairside at her grandfather's dental practice. These memories stuck with her like a composite resin filling, and in 2001, she revived her grandfather's practice under the name Arts & Crafts Dental. Three years later, her husband, Dr. Allan Linehan, joined the practice.
Today, these two carry on the legacy that Dr. Young's grandfather started all the way back in 1964. The pair provides compassionate care that includes everything form general dentistry to cosmetic treatments. For dental emergencies, they’re often available for same-day visits, but they recommend that patients come in for a check-up every six months.