The staff at Million Dollar Smile89 provides just one service out of their White Bear Lake office: teeth whitening. They rely on high-tech laser-light systems to brighten teeth up to eight shades, leaving chompers as white as a ghost who thinks he just saw a ghost. The pain-free process takes as little as 15 minutes.
At Boulos Dental Care, Dr. Samy Boulos and his experienced staff maintain chompers' health with advanced technology and the belief that preventive care is key to wellness. Visits begin with a comprehensive oral examination, during which Dr. Samy ventures over mouthscapes to seek out any troublesome signs of oral cancer, tooth decay, or tied tongues. Technicians snap digital x-rays to expose decay lurking beneath the surface, and skilled hygienists thoroughly bathe mouths. Staff also perform cosmetic dentistry, such as brightening grins with the Zoom! whitening treatment, and they diagnose and treat periodontal disease. They work to reduce patient anxiety through comprehensive consultations with the dentist, throat sprays that control gag reflexes, and nitrous oxide for temporary sedation.
In 2005, The Perfect Smile infiltrated area malls to provide shoppers with fast and convenient teeth-whitening options. The company’s signature service—a 30-minute in-office treatment—uses BleachBright gels and activation lights to brighten teeth or plastic vampire fangs three to six shades. Lined up at the retail counter, whitening toothpaste, mouthwash, and take-home kits protect pearly whites against the looming danger of morning coffee or midmorning soy sauce.
Midwest Dental offers a wide range of general care services for families and patients of all ages, as well as care for children, oral surgery, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry. Patients receive excellent care by friendly people they know and trust, in surroundings that are clean, comfortable & close by.
Leroy Hipp, DDS, and his staff at Skyway Dental make incisors shine like mouth-diamonds while treating each patient with care and compassion. New patients can strap in for a comprehensive dental exam, which includes an oral-cancer screening, a gum-disease evaluation, and an examination for tooth decay and the health of existing fillings (a $65 value). When necessary, professional canine canvassers investigate x-rays (a $115 value) to uncover potential bone loss, developmental abnormalities, and ancient prophecies chiseled into molars. Indulge enamel with a general cleaning, which involves hygienists using the latest technology and tiny pickaxes to destroy tartar and annihilate plaque (an $81 value). Pearly-whites emerge glistening and sparkling as though just plucked from the clams.
Dr. Steven R. Hagerman wants patients to know they have options. On his website, he says that many people aren't aware of advances in modern dentistry that can "quickly, painlessly improve the health and appearance of someone's smile." Over the course of his three decades of dental experience, he has worked continually to keep up with these advances, outfitting his office with dentistry’s constantly evolving technology. Waterlase diode lasers replace harsh, noisy drills for minor tooth problems. The Wand computerized anesthesia-delivery system injects anesthetic at the same rate that tissue absorbs it, reducing the inaccuracy of shots given by human hands. And a DiagnoDent laser cavity-detection system locates tooth decay more accurately than older methods, such as visual exams or tossing darts at the client's dental records.