Dr. Timothy Jenness has been practicing dentistry since 1979, which makes it easy to trust his expertise. He can correct problematic teeth and gums with dozens of services. He removes diseased and unfixable areas with root canals and extractions, and covers unsightly teeth with custom crowns and veneers. He also tends to temporomandibular joint disorders with special treatment plans and helps cure halitosis.
Though they hail from different corners of the world, Drs. Chuan Li, DMD, and Gerald F. Eagan, DDS, both pursue the universal goal of bright, healthy smiles. Doctors and staff—all members of professional dental associations and the Toothbrush of the Month club⎯stay up-to-date by taking continuing-education courses.
Inside treatment rooms equipped with digital sensors and intraoral cameras, patients can look out at Wauwatosa from ninth-floor windows as technicians perform gum treatments or place crowns on power-hungry teeth.
Dr. John Olsen brings more than two decades of experience to every cavity he fills and every smile he fixes. He and his team have created an office that resembles a day spa more than a dental practice: pleasant music fills the air, an aquarium bubbles soothingly, and clients wait in massage chairs instead of standing in a long line leading up to the exam room. In addition to traditional preventative dentistry services, the Franklin Dental staff also offers Invisalign, porcelain veneers, and three varieties of teeth whitening.
For more than a quarter of a century, Dr. James Michaels has practiced dentistry with an understanding of the trepidation that many people feel towards dental visits, often at the expense of their dental health. Dr. Michaels and his caring staff emphasize gentle dentistry, earning the trust needed to build long-term relationships with patients rather than losing them to cults that worship gummy bears. Among other comforting amenities, headphones engulf patients in a selection of tunes to keep them relaxed during each session.
Dr. Michaels and his staff make sure to walk patients through the ins and outs of each procedure, whether in the area of general and cosmetic dentistry or oral surgery and sorcery. These procedures incorporate up-to-date technologies and techniques thanks to the dental team's commitment to continuing education.
Most popular service: Sedation, crowns, implants, cleanings
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: Let us know what we can do to make your visit more comfortable and more relaxing. Be honest and open.
Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
After studying at the Marquette Dental School, he pursued his postgraduate studies in St. Petersburg, Florida. He continues to receive education to provide the best care for his patients. Our staff participates in several continuing education courses throughout the year.
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
Our office gives away fun gifts to our patients who refer their friends and family members to our office, such as a Weber grill. We also have a baby-grand piano in our waiting room.
What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a client?
We get many testimonials from patients who are terrified of going to the dentist who come back to us and say that we changed their lives?and their smiles.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Dr. Stamas uses the newest and best technology to provide the best care for his patients. We are always improving our procedures and our customer care.
Dr. Antonio Cigno has pampered vulnerable veneers and their gummy habitats for more than 20 years, all while racking up upwards of 500 hours in elective training to supplement his practice. During comprehensive dental examinations at the up-to-date office, tooth techs screen mouths for grin inconsistencies such as decay, excessive commemorative plaques, and signs of oral cancer. Cigno’s staffers then dispatch powerful x-rays to assess the chewing rituals of indigenous chompers and discover any dental woes in hiding. Finally, a cleaning crew of gentle instruments infiltrates molar nooks, scrubbing away buildup, cultivating gum health, and showing tongues how to properly pluck a floss-guitar.