The dental associates of Park Avenue Dental Group take pride not only in the gleaming smiles brandished by their patients but also in exceeding the standards set for the dental industry. Distilled water replaces regular tap water, eliminating the chance of contamination. The office's sterilization systems meticulously scrub tools and surfaces free of harmful bacteria and surpass OSHA requirements. The practice also offers three types of sedation, including oral sedation in pill form and nitrous oxide, to help patients relax no matter if they're there for a basic cleaning, root canal, or grill bedazzling.
The dentists at MySmile Dental, who have up to three decades of experience help maintain the oral health of patients of all ages. The professionals delve into both general and cosmetic dentistry, and they harness modern technology such as clear Invisalign braces and Zoom! teeth-whitening treatments to leave grins that are charming even when directed at empty gas cans presented by the district attorney. While youngsters hoot and frolic in a supervised play area, the team fights signs of aging with Botox and Restylane dermal filler.
At Lucas Dental, chompers are carefully nurtured with up-to-date teeth technology. After an initial consultation, a qualified dental doctor will make impressions of your munchers; during a second visit one week later, clients will receive their custom-fit trays and whitening kits, as well as instructions for putting their tooth-improvement gear to effective use. Groupon holders also receive 20% off all future touch-up whitening gel refills, and those seeking to straighten up disorganized dentition can consult with doctors to test their Invisalign candidacy and get 20% off the regular rate for the service, which typically costs $3,500–$5,000.
After graduating from NYU College of Dentistry in 1975, Dr. Vincent J. Picone's experience working in different practices opened his eyes to an alarming trend: no one was meeting the needs of the dental-phobic. A minor in psychology allowed him to identify and understand these patients' fears in a way his colleagues couldn't, and this compassion became a driving force for starting his own practice.
Thirty years later, Dr. Picone is still putting anxieties at ease as he leads his staff in administering general, cosmetic, and restorative services. With a focus on staying ahead of dental emergencies, he stresses the importance of regular exams, cleanings, and screenings for periodontal disease. His menu of cosmetic treatments, meanwhile, can whiten or restore teeth damaged during games of Truth or Eat This Brick.
Thirty years ago, Concerned Dental Care was founded with the philosophy that dentists should concern themselves with people first and foremost. The staff's dedication to their patients fueled the practice's growth, and today a team of dentists and hygienists adheres to that original vision as they set about their work tending to teeth at six different offices.
Friendly advice about oral hygiene accompanies each tooth cleaning. Low-radiation digital x-rays help the staff take a closer look at patients' dental health without shrinking themselves down and taking a hike through clients' molars. Then, the doctors work with their patients to address any problems by poring over the practice's sizable array of treatment options to find the right course of action. In addition to regular dental upkeep, the staff can shine up smiles with cosmetic services such as teeth whitening and porcelain veneers.
Dr. Donna R. Williams has practiced dentistry for nearly three solid decades, interrupted only by occasional trips to Africa, where she treats villagers and trains local health-care workers to do the same. Her natural compassion has led her to develop a practice that aims to provide gentle, noninvasive dentistry.
One would have to look long and hard through her office before finding any traditional dental equipment. Drills and scalpels have largely been replaced with WaterLase technology, which eschews stainless steel for the combined cutting power of lasers and water. This technology reduces the heat, vibration, and inaccuracy of drills, requiring fewer shots and yielding lower trauma than its metallic counterparts. Dr. Williams’ lasers can also help heal advanced gum disease and reattach gum tissue to the tooth, a skill of hers shared by only 150 other dentists and three cartoon sharks.