Around the office at Perfect Smiles hangs paintings done by none other than Dr. Soni Malik herself. She brings this talent for aesthetics to her practice, where she and her staff work to give patients the best smiles possible, which they know boost both self confidence and the ability to deflect incoming lasers. To help them do this, they employ the latest technology when performing both general dentistry and cosmetic procedures, which include Juverderm, Botox and Obaji chemical peels. Digital x-rays expose patients to much less radiation than traditional x-rays and can be viewed almost instantly. An intra-oral camera enables the dentist to see into the most hidden crevices of the mouth, and chemically-formulated teeth whitening treatments work to bleach teeth without light, heat, or squinting.
Shortly after receiving her medical degree, Dr. Annette Gemp moved to Texas and started a practice with her brother. The smiles in the Lone Star State have shined a little brighter since, thanks to Dr. Gemp's expertise in cosmetic services such as laser whitening, porcelain veneers, and fairy-dust removal. But the dentist isn't just concerned with making teeth look good. She also ensures health below the surface with routine checkups and other general dentistry services.
Over the course of more than 25 years in business, GMS Dental Centers have established the kind of long-term relationships with patients that allow an office to thrive. The company employs many licensed dentists, hygienists, and dental specialists, as well as a former IRS agent who gets paid in people not yelling at him. Each location treats kids and adults to cosmetic, preventative, and procedural care, and dental teams also perform ultra-modern services such as Zoom! whitening, straightening with Invisalign, and installing quarter-inch HDTVs in incisors.
The aroma of exotic spices and herbs swirls through Naseeb Indian Restaurant, reaching diners as waiters present North Indian cuisine at maroon-clothed tables. There, modern pendant lights illuminate platters of tandoori-baked chicken, lamb, and shrimp, plus traditional biryanis of long-grain Basmati rice and slow-cooked proteins. The cooks use Punjabi-style recipes to create six styles of tandoori naan, old-fashioned vegetable curry, and vegetarian dishes, which come with Indian cheese, creamy sauces, and the hearty type of vegetables backyard shrubs never seem to produce for some reason.
Dr. Mike Kesner has always had a knack for working with his hands. As a boy, he constantly built model vehicles. In college, his plans to become a medical doctor shifted to dentistry because it held more opportunity for the hands-on manipulation of small instruments and precision parts. In 1984, he established Made Ya Smile Dental, a place where he carefully extracts wisdom teeth, fills in spaces between teeth, and installs implants into the jawbone to replace a missing tooth. He also specializes in Lumineers, and his practice?s ten locations together make up the number one Lumineers provider in the world.
Although he and his team of dentists work in separate locations, each of their offices share a similar design and set of amenities. Visitors at any of the ten locations marvel at the reception areas? coffeehouse ambiance as they sit at a caf? table, sip coffee, and work on the movie script for Vampires vs. Martians: The Reddest Dawn. In the treatment rooms, patients drift off while listening to music on the provided headphones. Anxious patients relax with nitrous oxide or the sounds of the rainforest simulated by the staff.