It's not uncommon for adults to dread going to the dentist, and it's often because of a difficult experience they had as a child. Dr. Scott Peters focuses his practice on keeping kids and patients with special needs comfortable to make sure they are encouraged to maintain good dental hygiene. He draws from experience in pediatric dentistry and behavioral management, skills he learned at the Boston University School of Dental Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. He and his staff aim to make the dental office a welcoming, safe place for all patients.
Dr. Peters can straighten teeth with Invisalign's transparent aligners, a more attractive alternative to traditional metal braces and industrial magnets. He can also fill in cavities; after that procedure, he lessens numbness in the lips and cheeks with OraVerse, which allows patients to talk and eat freely within 15 minutes, and offers laser dentistry. If desired, Dr. Peters can also save a child's stem cell-rich baby teeth for parents. If stored properly, these have tiny, life-giving cells that can help physicians treat ailments that may arise later in life, such as leukemia, diabetes, or multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Samuel Horowitz spent years performing every type of dental procedure before he made implantology his specialty. His focus so engrossed him that, before long, he had thousands of implant procedures under his belt and was appointed diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. However, just as a supervillain never loses his commitment to turning the world into a five-trillion ton diamond, Dr. Horowitz never lost his commitment to standard dentistry. Along with implants, his practice employs their high-tech dental equipment to perform fillings, root canals, and extractions, as well as treat migraines, sleep apnea, and TMJ.
Dr. Baruch Lifshitz, D.D.S. has been tending teeth for more than three decades, with an emphasis on cosmetic and pediatric treatments. However, his far-reaching skill set stretches beyond those areas, too, ranging from whitening and Invisalign to root canals and rigorous cleanings.
Men and women have different physiologies. It's a biological truth?one that Dr. Monica Peacocke, counselor Cheryl Martin, and nutritionist Samantha LeGault embrace. Their wellness services?ranging from simple physicals to lactation counseling?cater to women of all ages and backgrounds. Samantha even tailors her nutritional counseling to most benefit a woman's current needs, whether she's pregnant or trying to develop psychic powers. The sunny, cozily appointed clinic doubles as a safe place where women in need can seek shelter.
Indian Rock Yoga’s teachers believe a supportive atmosphere is crucial for helping students reach their potential. That’s why they home in on each person’s unique needs and skill level, encouraging but never forcing advancement. The studio hosts a variety of yoga classes and styles, from beginner to advanced and prenatal to seniors. All the teachers are National Yoga Alliance members and boast extensive training that exceeds the organization’s requirements.
Intense music lulls fitness-seekers into "the zone" as they pedal furiously in the low-lit workout room at Rev Ryder. As they cycle for 55 full minutes, they burn calories and get their hearts racing for a better cardio workout than watching the scary parts of The Exorcist over and over again.