Randy Alvarez, host of The Wellness Hour, interviews Nashville, Tennessee cosmetic dentist Kent White, DDS about no more dentures with dental implants.
Without healthy teeth, you’ll never be able to smile with confidence. Strong, disease-free smiles are essential to a balanced diet, proper speech, and even the type of impression that you make on the people around you. (more…)
Randy Alvarez, host of The Wellness Hour, interviews Los Angeles dentist Sargon Lazarof, DDS about Immediate Dental Implants.
Nowadays, dental treatment is more than just braces, cleanings and cavities. Cosmetic dentistry seems to be taking over the field of dentistry today. There are many beauty procedures undertaken on the teeth to ensure they get the best look and a cosmetic dentist can help you achieve exactly this.
Dr. Sargon Lazarof is the inventor of Immediate Dental Implants, which do not require the use of bone grafting, and can be placed in as little as one hour in the dental office.
Contact Dr. Sargon Lazarof
16101 Ventura Blvd. Suite #350, Encino, California 91436
Randy Alvarez, host of The Wellness Hour, interviews Montrose, Colorado dentist Joe Stucky DDS about dental implants.
About Dr. Joe Stucky
Dr. Stucky grew up in the wheat country of Reno County, Kansas, the second of 4 children, and the son of a farmer/dentist and a homemaker. He graduated from Fairfield High School in 1976.
Following a few stints as traveler/wanderer, factory worker, bus driver, window washer, handyman, etc., Dr. Stucky received his nursing degree from Hesston College in 1983. He then moved to Missoula, MT, and worked as an RN, thereby meeting his bride, Tamara, on the night shift at St. Patrick Hospital.
In 1987, the newlyweds moved to Lincoln, NE, where Dr. Stucky attended the University Of Nebraska College Of Dentistry, graduating with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1991. During those years in Lincoln, the couple had the first two of their children, Ian and Erik.
Following his graduation, the young family moved to northern Idaho, where Dr. Stucky was a commissioned officer in the United States Public Health Service, serving the Nez Perce Indian community as their tribal dentist. During that time, the family added its final two members, Emily and Eben.
In 1995, Dr. Stucky separated from the commissioned corps, and the family moved to Montrose, CO, where he established his current private practice of Joe C. Stucky, DDS (d.b.a. Soft Touch Dental Care). Dr. Stucky enjoys many outdoor activities offered by rural western Colorado, and is an enthusiast for his family, great music and great poetry.
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