Dr. Cisneros and his professional team of associates recognize that a person's face and smile are the first things others notice. To ensure their clients can put their best face forward, the team melds dental care and aesthetic dentistry with cosmetic injections. Invisalign braces realign wandering teeth, implants and crowns replace missing teeth, and lasers prepare teeth for fillings by eradicating decay and any aliens hidden between molars. With Botox and Rejuvederm injections, the team helps clients to shed facial wrinkles and plump up skin for a more youthful appearance.
Fountains Family Dentistry, led by Dr. Ty Parker, ensures patients experience a comfortable dental trip by providing complimentary beverages and free WiFi and easing them into states of relaxation with anxiety-alleviating nitrous oxide. Before any treatment, such as dental implants, invisible braces, whitening, or oral-cancer screenings, patients can unwind in the lounge area with one of the office’s books or magazines, watch a flat-screen TV, or plot to take a covert dip in the indoor water fountain.
The skilled doctors of St. Louis Orthodontic Group straighten the gum bones of both children and adults with professional precision. During a comprehensive exam, a specialist pours over the inner workings of mandibles, combing mouth real estate for common problems such as crossbites, spacing, crowding, and irritating gangs of popcorn kernels. A round of x-rays and photos thoroughly captures the mouth's essence, ensuring treatment is best suited to each patient's individual needs. A teeth impression immortalizes the mouth's every curve without the discomfort of being cast in bronze, and readies chompers for their choice of braces including metal, clear, or Invisalign models, preparing cuspids for a comfortable corrective fit.
Once clients are comfortably ensconced in the dentist's chair, the oral exam begins. The resident toothsperts will check each individual incisor, cuspid, bicuspid, and molar for chips, cracks, staining, and loitering Minnesota Twins, ensuring that enamel bones are sound for biting, and gums and soft tissues will be inspected for any signs of periodontal disease. The x-ray battery exposes the roots and inner sanctums of oral stalagmites to reveal any soft spots, problem areas, or cavities. When your mouth checks out as mammalian and your teeth are cleared for takeoff, the professional teeth cleaning begins. An expert cleaning removes all the buildup and surface staining that regular brushing and flossing can't—hardened tartar, hard-to-reach plaque, and bacterial graffiti along the gum line.
Dr. Matthew Howard's mouth-side manner and wide-ranging dental know-how has earned him a walls-worth of praise and recognition, including the American Association of Endodontists award among others. He and his supporting cast restore dimming grins to vibrant luster with a comprehensive line-up of dental services. They put the kibosh on gum disorders and other maladies with routine exams, escort plaque from teeth with regular cleanings, and eliminate oral distractions with extractions. Certified in Lumineers technology, Dr. Howard can neatly arrange teeth with traditional orthodontics and newfangled Invisalign braces that are clearer than the invisible man swimming in a pristine lake. The staff further augments smiles with cosmetic techniques such as teeth-whitening and implants, and they strive to educate clients on preventative-care to keep oral health in check.
A posse of tooth clinicians staffs multiple area locations, all under the direction of Dr. Michael Heiland, named one of St. Louis Magazine's top dentists for three years in a row. The doctor and his dental hygienists perform preventative, cosmetic, and pediatric services ranging from traditional exams and x-rays to advanced teeth-whitening procedures. The team also upholds its mission statement by keeping patients informed, outfitting them with all the facts they need to maintain smiles and coveted high school titles, such as "Most Likely to Be Famous as Long as He or She Maintains Clean Teeth."