Dr. Michael Bezbatchenko
Last Updated: Nov 18, 2019
A bright new smile can be yours in as little as two weeks and with minimal or no discomfort. You will be amazed at the results and surprised to find out just how easy it can be.
Today, the art and science of dentistry means offering procedures that make teeth stronger, whiter and healthier, creating the need for a dentist to do more than just "fill holes". With the use of new technology and improved bonding materials we can now give you a beautiful smile to last a lifetime.
Ask yourself. If you could change anything about your smile, what would it be?
Whiter, straighter teeth without spaces
With a new generation of dental technology, your dentist can now close spaces. Using color enhancement, teeth can be made to look straighter and whiter. These new materials are resilient, stain-resistant, won't rub off and do not chip. Ask your dentist which treatment would be right for you.
Stronger and more attractive "back teeth"
There are now natural-looking options to dark mercury/silver fillings. Newly developed cosmetic materials and other metal can be applied to molars and bicuspids (chewing teeth), making bonded teeth as strong as natural teeth.
The practice was established in July of 1979 and has been at the same location in Westerville Ohio since that time. We treat all general dental conditions with an emphasis on tooth colored restorations and smile enhancements.
"As a dedicated team of professionals we will provide the very best quality dental care in a pleasant and cheerful environment. We will treat all patients in the same manner that we ourselves wish to be treated, even exceeding the patient’s expectations. We wish to produce consistent results to insure business profitability and success for all."
"This new area of cosmetic dentistry is what I enjoy most. I find it exciting to see my patients gain self-confidence when they are proud of their teeth and smile. Painless procedures and beautiful smiles - I believe this is how dentistry was meant to be, and will be in the future."