Yes, we really do cater to cowards. And if you have a dental emergency, we will see you immediately. We feel that these two policies are cornerstones of quality care.
A lot of people have anxiety about dental care, and we understand that. We’ll do everything we can to make your visit gentle and pleasant. Try us out! We’re sure you’ll agree.
Voted #1 for Cleveland Dentist
Our clinic is unique and distinctive because we incorporate skill, experience and technology under one roof.
The work of our highly competent doctors of varying disciplines of dentistry, coupled with the use of the latest equipment and technologies ensures that each patient is treated like royalty.
Our goal is to set them on the path for a lifetime of exceptional dental and oral health.
Dr. Brad Hylan has a strong thirst for continuing education. Rather than just study the minimum required for licensure, he continues to study extensively and stay abreast of all the new techniques he can.
Dr. Paul Hornyak is a Cleveland Dentist who has a strong commitment to continuing education.He has a particular interest in periodontal treatment, endodontic treatment, and dental implants, and has pursued extensive extra studies in those areas.
Daniel Glick, DDS, is a 1988 graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Daniel Glick does all facets of general dentistry, while concentrating on Implants, Oral Surgery and Cosmetics. Dr. Glick has 2 beautiful children and resides in Solon.
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