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Laser Dentistry
Lasers are quickly becoming the definitive level of care in dentistry for many general and cosmetic procedures

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Dental FAQ´s - Ask Us?
   For your convenience,
   we answered several
   common questions


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General Dentistry
At First Impressions Dentistry, we offer more than just cosmetic dentistry services


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Our Story


Dr. Lairy Miller prides himself in knowing that he has the highest quality team in the industry. The staff has many years of experience and each possess unique qualities that compliment each other and support the goals to establish long-lasting relationships with you and your family.

When we put words down on paper to describe this team it brought a lot of smiles and laughter as we described ourselves.  We think as you experience this team you will understand what we are saying.  We can assure you that you will leave this office feeling good about your visit and you are guaranteed to leave with a smile and a laugh to complete your day.
 


First Impressions Dentistry Rocks! Here is what we think we are:

- SPUNKY - ENERGETIC - FRIENDLY - DIVERSE
- EXPERIENCED - CREATIVE - PERSONABLE - QUALIFIED
- KID FRIENDLY - UPBEAT - UNIQUE - PERFECTIONISTS
 


What is an Expanded Functions Dental Auxiliary (EFDA)?
An Expanded Functions Dental Auxiliary (EFDA) is a Certified Dental Assistant that can perform the same tasks as a dental assistant, plus place restorations and sealants, working under the indirect supervision and full responsibility of a licensed dentist. To qualify as an EFDA, an individual must pass the Ohio State Dental Board designated examination, hold a current CPR certification and a current certification as a Dental Assistant Radiographer and be registered by the Ohio State Dental Board.

What is a Registered Dental Hygienist?
Dental hygienists are licensed professionals who help dentists provide treatment and care of the mouth, teeth, and gums. Hygienists examine patients' teeth and gums, removing tarter and stains. They also perform root planning, take x-rays, and help diagnose problems of decay. To practice, dental hygienists must be licensed by the State Dental Board and must graduate from a school of dental hygiene passing both a written and a clinical examination administered by the state.