Our practice is proud to offer an alternative to traditional metal (mercury) fillings by using BPA, Bis-GMA and fluoride free, tooth colored composite resin and/or porcelain restorations. Through many years of experience working with various treatment centers that address chemical and environmental sensitivities, we have been able to identify which dental products have the least toxic effect for our patients. Read More…
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Dr. Philip Kozlow has widely been recognized as a Leading Dentist and has earned this recognition with over 25 years of advanced dental experience in performing thousands of “smile makeovers” for his patients. He and his staff cater to each patient as an individual; your comfort and quality care is his utmost concern.
Dr. Josh Rowell graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of North Texas and attended Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas. He subscribes to the same holistic philosophy as Dr. Kozlow. Dr. Rowell practices general/family dentistry including restorative, implant and cosmetic dentistry. He does root canals with ozone, implants, and sees pediatric patients.
As a General dental practice, we are able to treat a wide variety of dental issues. We are well versed in treating everything from gum disease to full mouth restorative cases.
Our focus is on your overall health. We strive to offer you the safest, least toxic treatments modern holistic dentistry has to offer.
We offer a variety of cosmetic services, including teeth whitening, Invisalign®, veneers and crowns so you can have that beautiful smile you’ve always wanted.
Technology is woven into every element of a dental practice, and the types of technology used in each office speak volumes about the providers’ approach to dental care.
The Healthy Start System™ is a revolutionary departure from traditional orthodontics that treats children early, is non-invasive, and is a natural way of straightening teeth. It works as well as or better than braces, plastic aligners, surgery, or any other options to achieve a picture-perfect, beautiful smile.
Did you know that more than 2,000 different types of dental materials can be used in a patient’s treatment? It’s important to know how your body might react to those materials so that we can avoid exposing patients to things that might be toxic to their systems or trigger an immune response. Metals can be particularly challenging for many patients, so our practice offers metal compatibility testing to determine which materials are most suitable for each patient’s unique biochemistry.