For 30 years, Dr. Harper and Dr. Gilmore have worked to fix up the smiles of their patients at their University Heights family dental practice. They skillfully perform basic cleanings and exams as well as more complex procedures, such as root canals.
Calling on more than 40 years of experience, Beachwood native Dr. Daniel Glick and his staff of seasoned technicians polish teeth with general and cosmetic dental services. Families can flock to Dr. Glick's warm, welcoming office, which was designed for his patients' comfort, complete with window-facing chairs that allow patients to admire the green landscape or survey it for soon-to-spout flash mobs. There, they'll also find the latest treatments for everything from gum disease to temporomandibular joint disorder, as well as services tailored to treat dental issues specific to kids and athletes. Dr. Glick is so confident in the care provided by his office that he offers a warranty that covers any damaged sealant, composite filling, crown, or bridge so long as patients maintain their regular six-month checkups and avoid snacking on rocks.
Dr. Natalie Farber of the Cleveland Center for Family Dentistry harnesses the power of more than 10 years of dental experience and Zoom! whitening treatments to healthify and beautify tarnished teeth. During each session, the doctor first executes a comprehensive exam of new patients' mouths, armed with specialized expertise in clinical sleep disorders. After ensuring the physical fitness of meal mashers, the lightening process can commence.
The Center for Advanced Dentistry's experienced staff makes clients feel at home in the office before making itself feel at home in their mouths. Britesmile teeth whitening brightens enameled bite-enablers an average of nine shades. By combining blue light with a wavelength-specific activated gel, the procedure bleaches away stains and natural yellowing, leaving behind a smile bright enough to shine through tinted car windows.
As she plunked accounting formulas into a calculator during another long night of studying, college student Lisa Browning found herself drifting into daydreams about the day she changed someone's life. At the dental practice where she worked part-time, a woman in her mid forties had recently arrived with a mouth filled with dentures. Having worked her way up from receptionist to de facto dental assistant, Browning helped install implants and restore both dental arches with fixed bridgework. At the post op appointment, Browning saw a complete change in the patient—hair done, makeup on, fashionably dressed, and radiating with confidence—all thanks to a new smile. Browning tried, and failed, to derive a similar sense of satisfaction from the dry formulas before her on the textbook page. Browning soon scrapped accounting, telling her calculator "it's not you, it's me," and enrolling at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. Today, her expertise in general and restorative dentistry—as well as cosmetic treatments—has earned her recurring appearances in the Guide to America's Top Dentists. She is also a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, whose members undergo continual education each year beyond the requirements mandated by state dental boards or federal anti-frowning regulations.
After 40 years in practice, Dr. James Houston has seen just about every shape the human mouth can take. He and his team have kept those mouths healthy with preventative, cosmetic, and surgical dental services.
He's also a clinical instructor at Case Western Reserve University, ensuring that he stays always in step with the constantly evolving world of dentistry. Part of that evolution includes bioesthetic dentistry—the comprehensive evaluation of the entire chewing system, including teeth, jaw, joints, bones, nerves, muscles, lips, tongue, and face, to optimize treatments for both health and appearance.