The primary objective of this office is the preservation of the natural dentition in comfort, health and beauty for life. There are two main causes of tooth loss: decay and periodontal disease. Some of the secondary causes of tooth loss are: previous tooth loss adding stress to the remaining teeth, an imbalanced bite, and various systemic conditions. Two other important considerations are facial pain and esthetics. We will consider all these conditions. The most important fact to remember is that in most cases, BOTH DECAY AND PERIODONTAL DISEASE CAN BE PREVENTED. You are here either because you are in pain, you are aware of some problem, or because you want to have a routine "clean and check" appointment. If you are in pain, that will be treated. In either of the latter two instances a thorough examination will be done, and as indicated, further x-rays and diagnostics procedures will be recommended. Your treatment may also be "phased" into priorities; i.e., that treatment which is necessary just to maintain your mouth without further deterioration (Phase I), a stage of rebuilding procedures (Phase II), and final approaches to your own level of optimum health (Phase III). If you ever have any questions concerning your treatment, please do not hesitate to ask. No treatment will be undertaken until WE agree on a course of action. Our pledge to you is the best dentistry of which we are capable, and if you want to keep your teeth, to help you build an effective prevention program. Prevention is up to you, and with our help you can learn to maintain your mouth in good health for a lifetime.
I had been going to LeBliss for over a year between different stylists trying to give the salon a chance as I had a lot of friends that recommended LeBliss. I asked for traditional highlights with a high lift color on my naturally medium blonde hair. My hair came back with brown and orange streaks. The owner handled the situation well as she scheduled a new appointment to fix my hair herself as my original stylist didn't get the correction right either. A month later I was told to go back for another appointment for correction to a tenured stylist. She was down right rude letting me know as soon as I sat down that she had 20 minutes to do a full high light on me (which usually takes 60 minutes). Long story short- in those 20 minutes she told me the stylists at LeBliss know how to do basic color like baylage. Needless to say, I won't be going back.