The smilesmiths at American Family & Cosmetic Dentistry help smiles beam two to four shades brighter with Boost whitening treatments. The in-office treatment session begins with an exam and x-rays to determine that teeth are fit for whitening and not abetting fugitive cavity gangs. Next, a pigment-punishing gel blanches away stains left by coffee, smoking, or pack-a-day Sharpie habits, leaving chompers two to four shades brighter. Staff further encourages smiles with friendly service and gentle hands, helping even the most sensitive molars feel at ease.
Whether parent or patient, everyone is on a first-name basis with the head dentist at Trinity Pediatric Dentistry. Christopher E. Chuong, or Dr. Chris, as he prefers to be called, strives to create a comfortable and fun atmosphere for his patients. Knowing how anxious kids can be at the dentist's office, he vows never to pressure them to endure a difficult treatment and will seek alternative options if possible. He also invites parents into the room to offer support or sing "You Are My Sunshine" to the good doctor as he works.
In one private dental-treatment room, a patient reclines while swaddled in a soft blanket, listening to Sirius XM radio. Next door, in a chamber dedicated to Zoom! whitening, Sony movie glasses transmit moving pictures as dinginess leaches from teeth. According to hygienist Jenn Martin, regular patients like to call Prestige Dentistry "a spa for their teeth," as comfort is paramount in this modern office paneled in golden wood and cream-colored walls. Staying at the forefront of technology with an all-digital office, the dentists peer at biters with interoral cameras and look beneath surfaces with digital x-rays, which, like transcripts of the president's personal phone calls, can be viewed from any computer in the office. An onsite lab and mill enable crowns and any other tooth-replacement options to be forged on the same day as a patient's visit. Prestige Dentistry's staff regularly reaches out to the community with informational events, including visits to schools and adult-care facilities. During the field trips, the professionals explain how good dental care contributes to overall health and better times during no-hands pie-eating contests.
Dr. Donald Cadle has been tending to the needs of dulling fangs and yellowing chompers since 1972, culling experience from numerous professional posts and time spent serving as chairman of the Florida Board of Dentistry. During the in-office Boost treatment, Dr. Cadle applies a chemically triggered formula free of heat or UV-ray activation, turning canines pale faster than a dogcatcher on rocket skates. Patients see results in as little as one hour, during which time they kick back with the DVD- and Dish-enabled monitors found in each of the office's treatment rooms. Those with gobbling problems also will benefit from the treatment’s enamel-strengthening and sensitivity-decreasing effects.
Hailing from Colombia, Dr. Martinez continues his globetrotting when he visits other countries to donate dental care to patients in need. Here at his own practice, his general, surgical, and cosmetic skills spruce up the smiles of adults and children alike. His website's extensive educational resources, such as video lectures delivered by professional toothbrushes, keep patients informed. Digital x-rays, light-assisted cancer screenings, and intraoral cameras keep Dr. Martinez's practice outfitted with the latest technology.
Dr. Edilia is an accredited Cosmetic Dentist and a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry. She has been in practice for over 30 years and prides herself on meticulous, personalized artistry in the application of the Art of Dentistry to her patients.