Along with a team of experienced hygienists and assistants, Drs. Terrance Mahoney and Daniel Klauer keep patients of all ages grinning with general and cosmetic dental treatments that emphasize patient care. They believe it is important for patients to make informed decisions, which is why their website proffers advice and information through a newsletter, a blog, and videos that demonstrate how to properly brush or whittle a stick into a toothpick. Drs. Mahoney and Klauer’s care extends to their community through Give Kids a Smile and Dentistry From The Heart. The dentists also donate services to a local clinic, as well as make trips to Haiti and other impoverished countries to help underserved patients and wind-up novelty teeth.
Staffed by a medical team that includes board-certified eye surgeons as well as facial plastic surgeons, Michiana Eye Center & Facial Plastic Surgery helps patients not only improve the way they see the world but also the way the world sees them. Ophthalmologists and optometrists routinely tackle imparities such as nearsightedness and cataracts with appointments ranging from routine eye exams to laser vision correction. The center's Optical Shoppe houses highly trained opticians who help match patrons with prescription eyewear, contact lenses, or designer monocles. Clients hoping to enhance their appearances sans new eyewear can swing by for skincare services by a licensed aesthetician or plastic surgery by Dr. Adam Cohen.
Dr. Martin E. Burger of LASIK Specialists LLC tallies more than 69,000 successful LASIK procedures on an extensive resume. Fully immersed in the realm of refractive surgery, Dr. Burger has been a member of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the International Society of Refractive Surgery, and the American Osteopathic Association. Many patients who depend on their sight for their livelihood?including pilots, commercial drivers, and seeing-eye dogs?have sought out Dr. Burger for LASIK procedures, which can help completely eradicate the need for glasses or contacts. His practice also encompasses a friendly staff and multiple laser technologies.
Dr. Barry Gibberman has dedicated more than three decades of his working life to improving patients' dental hygiene. After years of helping manage clinical trials for Crest toothpaste at Procter & Gamble, he opened a family practice. He now spends his days removing disease and decay from mouths and beautifying smiles with dentures, veneers, and Invisalign teeth-straightening retainers?so named for their ability to make crooked teeth invisible. Dr. Gibberman still acts as a consultant for Procter & Gamble. He even served as the point person to introduce Crest Whitestrips to the public on the QVC channel.
When bikes fall ill, they can drag themselves over to The Avenue Bicycle Station, who not only sells bikes but repairs and restores young and old two-wheelers alike. Owner John Hall and his employee Roger—whose shop is an outlet for Schwinn, Mongoose, and GT velocipedes, Star Trac spinner bikes and KHS, Manhattan, Free Agent, and Sun bicycles—have the chops and tools to fix up even the most busted of bicycles while extending the legacy of former store owners, Scott and Hanna Kelsey. Their pick-up and drop-off service lends a helping hand to busy riders on Tuesdays and Thursdays. To aid home bike technicians and entrepreneurs looking to invent Bike 2.0, they’ve amassed piles and piles of hard-to-find and vintage parts in a special salvage yard.
At Family Wellness Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Craig Anshus blends traditional chiropractic therapies with nutritional counseling, acupuncture, and soothing therapeutic massage. Dr. Anshus and his staff hone in on imbalance and structural problems in the body using detailed exams and digital x-rays, then devise a holistic treatment plan that takes into account the entire body. Practitioners prescribe corrective exercises to fortify the body, postural screening to break bad habits, and therapeutic massage to break up chronic stress patterns in the musculature.