at 3620 S Bristol St, Ste 103, Santa Ana, 92704 United States
Dental services to improve the health of the mouth and body.
A cosmetic and family dental practice in the South Coast Metro area (one block from South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa). The practice is on the first floor of a medical/dental building surrounded by a Chase bank, an LA Fitness gym and a Boiling Crab restaurant. Using the latest technology in dentistry, the dental office provides gentle, patient-centered care for the whole family and offers whitening, cleanings, fillings, root canals and implants. Lumineers and Snap-On Smiles are examples of procedures used to create the perfect smile. Other dental services offered include Invisalign (clear braces) and treatment for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (which can be a life-threatening condition).
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We are proud to announce that Santa Ana is now open & is conveniently located in the MainPlace Mall! We strive to provide the best of care for all!
Dr. Thomas Hewko Chiropractic Care Clinic 1111 N Bristol St. Ste. J Santa Ana, Ca. 92703 (714) 434-6875 open 7 days a week 9am-midnight
This article made us wish we were kids again! Tell us how your tooth fairy compares to a recent survey. Poll Finds Increase In Tooth Fairy Payouts The Daily Mail (UK) (2/25) reports that according to a recent survey by oral healthcare company Sunstar Gum parents are now paying between $5 and up to as much as $13.25 per tooth via the tooth. The study questioned 1,000 parents across New York City, LA, Boston, Chicago and the Dallas/Houston areas. New York City had by far the highest average payout per tooth at $13.25, while Boston came in last at an average of $5.02 per tooth. The Inquisitr (2/25) also reports the story, adding that “A Yahoo! Facebook survey on the issue of tooth fairy inflation revealed that parents felt the price for teeth today is way too high.” Meanwhile, “another recent poll, carried out by Delta Dental found that the Tooth Fairy left $225 million under kid’s pillows nationwide last year, according to CNBC.” WTOP-FM Washington (2/25) reports that “the poll found that there were differences in the average gift for a tooth based on” the parents’ ages as well, with children of parents under 35 receiving an average of $5.40 per tooth, children of parents between 35 and 44 receiving an average of $4.24, and children of parents over 45 receiving an average of $2.45 per tooth. WTOP also reports that “Delta Dental says the poll has generally been a good indicator of the economy’s overall direction.”