The teeth-whitening technicians at Smiling Bright help customers forge whiter smiles with professional-strength in-office and at-home treatments. Cool gray walls and rich, mulberry-toned ceilings envelop Smiling Bright's inviting interior, accented with undulating mirrors, a sleek leather sofa, and private, curtain-drawn treatment rooms. In-office sparkle sessions outfit chompers with a tray preloaded with clinical-strength whitening gel, after which an LED light activates peroxide molecules to coax out stains and nesting yellow finches obscuring the enamel. Smiling Bright's specialty at-home X Cell Erator whitening system comes equipped with the same powerful gel as the in-office treatments, along with a battery-operated whitening light, a list of tips and instructions, and a shade guide to assess how much teeth have improved and whether to ground them from after-school privileges.
One hour. In the time it takes to watch one prime-time drama, the trained technicians at Pure White Lounge can whiten teeth by up to eight shades. Armed with a hydrogen-peroxide or carbomide-peroxide gel and a safe—yet powerful—LED lamp, the team transforms less-than-white grins into radiant smiles without the cold sterility of a traditional dental office. A rundown of proper aftercare—such as avoiding soda for 24 hours or using only crocheted mouth guards—concludes each treatment, guiding clients to up to two years of whiter and brighter smiles.
Dr. Esteso's kind and gentle approach to dentistry has its roots in his own visits to the dentist as a kid. He was usually anxious, and with good reason: his dentists almost never used anesthetic, making even minor procedures painful. At Dr. Esteso's office today, patients praise him for practicing a nearly painless anesthetic technique and his caring demeanor. He applies anesthetic with the help of a computer that releases the numbing agent gradually into the tissue.
Dr. Esteso has also updated his office's with latest advancements in cavity-filling technology. Fillings can contain air bubbles that expand or contract with temperature, compromising their structural integrity. To remedy the problem, he uses an ultrasonic machine, shaking out air bubbles in the composite resin with vibrations that the Beach Boys agree are "good."
Smile America has been in business for over 10 years bridging the gap between dentists and patients. We provide an alternative solution for dentists to introduce new patients to their practice and at the same time saving those patients money while providing a premium service.
After years of treating his own patients, Dr. K. Michael Dossett founded his multi-office practice, overseeing skilled dentists who treat teeth in Dallas, Frisco, Hurst, McKinney, and Plano. Dr. Dossett selected his dentists carefully, taking pains to choose pros who not only exhibited excellent medical technique but who also had exemplary bedside manner. His goal was to assemble a team by forming dental floss into a lasso and corralling free-range dentists whose undivided focus on each patient, and whose level of personal care, matched his own. By prioritizing communication and friendliness, Dr. Dossett has fashioned a quintet of offices where clients are comfortable and their thoughts are heard.
Convenience is key at Ideal Smiles & Orthodontics. Keeping in mind patients' busy schedules and occasional superhero duties, this family-friendly dental and orthodontics office offers Saturday appointments and 24/7 emergency dental services, in addition to their standard Monday?Friday business hours. The doctors keep mouths maintained with a full roster of general and cosmetic dentistry services. They clean kids? and adults? teeth in order to stave off decay and barnacles, and they also fill cavities, perform root canals, and replace missing teeth with implants. Veneers mask crooked or stained smiles, whereas teeth-whitening treatments lighten shadows left by coffee, tea, or smoking.