The husband-wife team of Drs. Chris and Maya Martin divvy up the dentistry services at Village Dental. Dr. Chris oversees the practice's Olde Raleigh office, while Dr. Maya heads up the Greystone office. Both share a desire for patient comfort, with each office equipped with high-end technology, including digital x-ray machines and intraoral cameras. Moreover, the Olde Raleigh office features a fireplace in the waiting room and the Greystone office offers neck pillows and iPads.
From performing research and leading seminars for a leading manufacturer, Dr. Katherine E. Garrett DDS, PA experienced many facets of the dental world before opening her own practice in 2004. It’s within this clean, stone-accented office that she dotes on patients’ smiles during general and cosmetic services with modern equipment, including intraoral photos that post chompers’ good sides onto a computer monitor. In addition to teaching patients tips for maintaining their oral health, Dr. Garrett keeps her own knowledge sharp by attending continuing-education courses.
The interior of Carolina Dental Arts' Morrisville location looks like a dentist's office from the future. Neon track lighting splashes the dimly lit office's ceiling and walls, an aesthetic that extends to the other four office locations. Overseeing the operation is Dr. Kyle Roth and his seasoned dental staff. Their procedures range from routine cleanings to more complex treatments such as Invisalign and glueing baby teeth back into place.
Dr. Hamid Rouhani of Bright Smiles Family Dentistry knows so much about teeth that he teaches other dentists at the University of North Carolina. But that doesn’t mean he has stopped learning. A consummate student, he continually renews his skills and techniques at the Dawson Academy, soaking up solutions for TMJ, misaligned teeth, and cosmetic concerns. Even patients with damaged teeth—or no teeth at all—can renew their smiles, thanks to his advanced veneer and dental-implant services.
Dr. Leo Haydt graduated from the hallowed halls of Boston University Dental School, where he learned to repair worn-out smiles with a dual emphasis in oral surgery and implant dentistry. Now, he leads the team at Tryon Family Dentistry, treating teeth with the latest technological gear, including intraoral cameras and digital x-rays that scale back the radiation and general nosiness employed by traditional x-rays. Their slate of cosmetic services, such as Invisalign and Cerec One-Visit Dentistry, improve smiles in an abbreviated time frame, and a focus on sedation dentistry inspires an easy visit.
Committed to supporting its community, the practice sponsors seasonal charity drives, participates in philanthropic walks and events, and donates services.
At Carolina Dental Arts, patients can spiff up their mouth bones with lustrous sheen while ensuring dental health thanks to an experienced staff of tooth experts. Each visit begins with a dental exam to thoroughly probe chompers for signs of decay, fractures, and fossil fuel reserves, while a series of x-rays scans each tooth’s enamel-protected innards to check for nerve damage and buried treasure. Next, a regular cleaning meticulously removes plaque and tartar while helping patients decrease the chance of developing cavities, gingivitis, and gum disease. Dental maintenance should be performed every six months and comes in handy for making a good first impression, just like strong hand shakes and wide-eyed, unceasing eye contact.