One full-time dentist and two hygienists offer a full suite of dental care.
The new dental center offers ample space for patients and dental professionals.
An aquarium is one of the popular features of the Brewer Dental Orthodontic and Pediatric Center.
The team room provides space for employees' personal items.
The Brewer Dental Orthodontic and Pediatric Center is at 2900 Central Ave. No.2, complementing two existing Brewer Dental practices.
Baby teeth are small and temporary, but they’re critical placeholders for adult teeth. Keeping those teeth decay-free from the start requires establishing regular routines.
Dr. Jane Gillette
Dr. Christopher Hirt and hygienist Amber Kelly see Eli Schulz, 8, during an appointment at Turley Dental Care in Billings. Hirt is one of several Billings dentists involved in the newly created Billings Oral Health Alliance. The Alliance's objective is to provide oral-health care to children…
Dr. Christopher Hirt studies X-rays before seeing a patient at Turley Dental Care in Billings. Hirt is one several dentists involved in creating the Billings Oral Health Alliance, which is designed to provide oral health care to children who might not otherwise get it.
Dr. Christopher Hirt meets with Eli Schulz, 8, and his mother, Rebecca, at Turley Dental Care in Billings. Hirt is one of several dentists and hygienists who have formed the Billings Oral Health Alliance. The Alliance will provide oral health care to schoolchildren this fall.
I appreciated Zach Benoit's article (April 2 Gazette) regarding current and projected demographics within the dental profession. I'd like to respond with a few comments.
Dr. Lisa Abeln, 27, is one of the youngest and one of very few female dentists in the region. She works at Turley Dental Care.
In the next decade, as many as half of the dentists in Billings could retire, and the local dental industry is looking for ways to curb the decline and bring new blood into the area.
CASPER - The Wyoming Department of Health is planning to study the oral health of Wyoming residents for the first time in 20 years.
Get a little tense in the dentist's chair?
Donna Stuart, right, a certified massage therapist and wife of Dr. Michael Stuart, gives a hand massage to patient John Schantz on Thursday. Stuart's dental office is providing a free service of hand or foot massages to patients if they choose to have one. Dental assistant Lynda Hilling is at left.
"It's really changed my idea of coming to the dentist," said Judy Frank, a patient at Dr. Michael Stuart's office, Legacy Smiles.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - As a pediatric dentist, Dr. James Musser sees many cautionary tales.