July 19, 2012
New ‘state of the art’ dentist office opens in Parkway Mall based technology that designs and produces precise crowns on site for 1-day
straighten teeth or to make the best of an inevitable situation. And, they have
longer hours for the convenience of our patients. Dental appointments will no longer conflict with
crown service. Crowns are put on without using an outside laboratory and having multiple dental appointments. Huntsville's newest and, likely, most modern dental office is now open in Parkway Place Mall. The name Dentistry Today was chosen by Drs. Leslie and Darren Barrilleaux to reflect its use of today's newest dental technology. Hate the Needle? There are no dreaded big metal syringes at Dentistry Today. When local numbing is needed, a computerized Wand device administers the anesthesia with hardly any pain or discomfort. Cosmetic dentistry is the special interest of Dr. Leslie Barrilleaux, a 14 year member, and office holder
in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. She has hundreds of hours of training and study of the advanced art and technology of cosmetic dentistry. Her husband, Dr. Darren Barrilleaux, has much advanced study for dental implants and dental surgery. "We have gone the extra mile in training and equipment investments to make Dentistry Today the quickest, easiest, and most pleasant way to enjoy good dental health." said Dr. Leslie.
Dentistry Today offers the Zoom Whitening System, a popular professionally administered whitening procedure and other takehome whitening products. Invisalign braces are available for a simple way to
She cited the CEREC system as a prime example. "It’s a computerized CAD
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a highly advanced piece of diagnost ic equipment (intraoral Camera) that allows you to see what they see inside your mouth. "Even with all of this new technology, the best dental care is still preventive dental care, a healthy diet, brushing and flossing, regular professional cleaning, dental examinations twice a year, and quick resolution of any problems that appear,” she said. "An ounce of prevention is worth at least a pound of cure in dental health. It can save a lot of pain and costs." When asked, why did you decide to open in the Mall, Dr. Leslie stated there were several reasons. “One, we can operate
Dr. Leslie Barrilleaux
Dr. Darren Barrilleaux school and work schedules, and our patients can also enjoy mixing shopping and other recreational activities in the mall with their dental appointment". Dentistry Today is also open on Saturday. For more information or to set an appointment, call 256529-5179.
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