At Smile & Skin Aesthetics, a talented staff boosts patients' self-esteem with a host of dental and skincare services. According to Damian D. Meola, DMD, a second-generation dentist with more than 20 years of experience, "there is a synergy between the smile, the skin and a sense of confidence that having both in great shape brings." He tackles the dental side of services with specialties including smile makeovers, full mouth reconstruction, and successful mediations with tooth fairies. Board-certified aesthetician Stacey Powell, alternatively, enhances the skin with nonsurgical treatments such as facials, microdermabrasion, and waxing services.
The doctors at Dental Associates of New England count a former Miss USA, players and dancers from the Boston Celtics, and players and cheerleaders from the New England Patriots as clients. The talented team of dentists attracts clientele both in and out of the spotlight, thanks to a lengthy list of services, ranging from routine cleanings and root canals to porcelain restorations, dental implants, and periodontal and TMJ treatments. Dr. John Meola Jr. owns and oversees the practice, which focuses on complete cosmetic makeovers, Zoom! teeth whitening, and Invisalign.
A winning smile requires more than sparkling teeth. As a dentist, Dr. Monique Mabry has dedicated nearly 20 years to protecting her patients' oral health, keeping an eye out for potential complications while she and her hygienists brighten smiles with in-office whitening treatments and straighten them out with the Invisalign system. Yet, Dr. Mabry and her team recognize that a smile's frame is just as important. This is why she and her aesthetic assistant perform lip-enhancement procedures and inject Botox and dermal fillers, reducing the appearance of creases, crow's feet, or wrinkles.
When she isn't beautifying smiles weathered by time or people mistaking rocks for rock candy, Dr. Mabry devotes herself to philanthropic efforts. In 2009, she assisted the Boston Medical Center Grow Clinic for Children in raising nearly $1 million, and gave her time to the Boston Medical Center Friends of Women’s Health
Going to the orthodontist can be an anxiety-filled experience, but it doesn't have to be. At Class One Orthodontic Associates, the friendly staff diminishes nerves by creating an environment where patients are set at ease from their first visit. They're involved in each step of their own treatment process, meeting with the orthodontist to thoroughly go over their plan before getting started. During their appointment, they receive digital x-rays, which can reduce radiation emissions by 90%. After getting their new braces, extenders, or Invisalign inserts, they return regularly for adjustments and depart with an orthodontic care package that contains bands and floss, but not flame decals for molars.
All Dental's team of tooth technicians performs a wider-than-usual range of dental services using starship-compatible technology. The new-patient exam starts with a consultation to assess any patient concerns. Next, digital x-rays scan your oral cavern for trouble spots or trapped miners. Finally, your dental technician scrapes away plaque, polishes enamel, and fills potholes with concrete.
The multilingual staff at Dental Technology Center and 64 Highland Dental nurture healthy smiles and strong bites. To ensure a pleasant experience for their patients, they fill their exam rooms with comfortable chairs, cable TV, and relaxing music, which set the stage for meticulous cleanings. During visits, staffers give the heave-ho to any tartar and plaque buildup, clearing the way for future generations of inevitable meal remnants. You'll leave with a smile bright enough to melt hearts, including your own, so be careful around mirrors.