Meet The Best Cosmetic Dentist For A Beautiful Smile At Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center – Press Release

Meet The Best Cosmetic Dentist For A Beautiful Smile At Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center

Clive, IA – Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center has been serving the dental care and treatment needs of patients in and around its community for years. Known for their unparalleled attention and approach to dental care, Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center continues to expand on its practice to give patients the best smile.

The dental team at Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center understands that each patient is unique. The team, therefore, takes a unique approach to handle each dental patient that comes into the clinic.

Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center and its team are able to deliver the very best dental care and treatment solutions by combining years of experience with the latest dental technologies and procedures.

Guaranteeing world-class attention and care for every patient, the representative for the dental clinic said: “Stephen Forrest, DDS at Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center provides the highest quality cosmetic, family, Invisalign, and implant dentistry in the greater Des Moines area. Dr. Forrest is a general dentist who specializes in all aspects of cosmetic dentistry. He believes your smile is one of the best assets you have to look your best and feel confident with your appearance and overall health. His dental practice hosts state-of-the-art dental diagnostic and treatment equipment and materials in a comfortable and professional office. Dr. Forrest is dedicated to ensuring your dentistry is the best for your individual needs.”

Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center focuses on providing advanced and thorough dentistry care across the board. The dental clinic offers preventive dentistry procedures aimed at keeping natural teeth healthy and strong; restorative dentistry focused on helping patients to restore their beautiful smile after they have lost one or more teeth; family dentistry focused on keeping the entire family healthy; as well as cosmetic dentistry for improving the appearance and appeal of the teeth and smile.

By making each patient feel at home, the Cosmetic dentist is able to get more done. The Des Moines cosmetic dentist takes pride in handling a wide range of dental procedures including general dentistry, dental cleanings, dental filling, dental crowns, dental bridges, dental bonding, tooth extractions, root canal therapy, scaling and root planing, TMJ treatment, and sleep apnea treatment.

Patients can also visit the dental clinic for procedures like dentures, family dentistry, children’s dentistry, dental examinations and check-ups, preventive dentistry, teeth whitening, and more.

Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center stands out by delivering a pain-free experience to its patients. Getting the best out of one’s oral health becomes simple and easy with Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center.

Visit the dental clinic at 2375 Berkshire Pkwy, Clive, IA, 50325, or call (515) 516-6769 to set up an appointment. for more information, send an email to [email protected] or visit their website.

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Company Name: Des Moines Cosmetic Dentistry Center
Contact Person: Stephen Forrest, DDS
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Phone: (515) 516-6769
Address:2375 Berkshire Pkwy
City: Clive
State: IA
Country: United States

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Zillennial entrepreneur: Sal Toner of FC Chaos Boxing & Fitness . . . and make sure you smile!

(Zillennials — part of Gen Z — exhibit independence and decisiveness, and are more likely to focus on solving problems and creating ideas, says Joseph Pidoriano, 23 and a businessman himself. The New Dorp resident is one of four young entrepreneurs who we’ll be highlighting who head up local businesses and are demonstrating insight and perspective into their professions during a challenging time.)

Today: Sal Toner of F.C. Chaos Boxing & Fitness

F.C. Chaos Boxing & Fitness is a training facility owned by Sal Toner, 24, and home to one of the most unique fitness communities on Staten Island. With a culture centered around creating healthy and happy customers, F.C. Chaos has two rules: you have to smile the entirety of your workout and you cannot quit.

F.C. Chaos started as Toner Boxing & Fitness after Toner worked 10 years in the fitness community.

“I was inspired to start Toner Boxing & Fitness after a realization that my training not only made people healthy but also played a crucial role in making people happy. Very often my clients would say how training was the highlight of their day. After I learned how much of an impact I had on people, I decided to leave my full-time job in the non-profit sector and partnered with two great people and created ‘Chaos,” said the Graniteville resident.

If you ask any of Toner’s clients what makes the gym unique, they’ll say the same thing: It’s a community when you walk into the gym. You immediately join a group of people with common goals and values. Everyone is there to help one another. It’s not unusual to find a complete stranger cheering for you as you finish that last push up or throw punches on the pads.

Sal says when he shut down in March, the business was only two-and-a-half months old and was steadily growing at the time. Historically, March through May is always busy in the fitness industry as people prepare for summer.

“We weathered the COVID storm well and quickly pivoted to virtual workouts and eventually park workouts. As we return back to the gym the community has never been stronger and we’re quickly growing to a membership larger than before COVID.”

Toner entered the fitness world at age 13 growing up in a boxing gym with a dream of one day opening his own.

Fast forward eight years after saving two paychecks from his job fundraising for a great veterans organization IAVA, and he opened a small boxing and fitness studio. A year later he quit his full-time job, opened a second location and followed his dream to create a company that could make an impact through health, fitness and wellness.

F.C. Chaos is located at 10 Brick Court in Charleston and 12 Bradley Ave. in Meiers Corners. On the web at and on Instagram @Fcchaosfitness and Facebook F.C Chaos Boxing & Fitness

(Last in a series of four.)


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Who is Jurgen Klopp’s dentist? The smile specialist treating Liverpool’s stars

The German coach treated himself to a “really cool” hair transplant a number of years ago and recently had his teeth touched up as well

Jurgen Klopp has overseen a number of makeovers during his career, having revived the fortunes of Borussia Dortmund before bringing Liverpool back to the summit of English and European football.

He is the man who pioneered ‘Heavy Metal Football’ and champions the gegenpress at Anfield, doing so while sporting his own unique baseball-capped look on the touchline.

Klopp is not averse to personal makeovers either, admitting to getting a hair transplant in 2013 and anyone who has been paying attention will have noticed that his smile is brighter since arriving on Merseyside.

So who is the mastermind behind the German coach’s inimitable smile? Goal brings you all you need to know.

Who is Jurgen Klopp’s dentist?

Dr Robbie Hughes is Jurgen Klopp’s dentist and is responsible for the German’s new look. Dr Hughes owns the Dental Excellence practice, which is based in Liverpool.

In a 2019 interview with BBC Sport, Hughes said that Klopp got in touch with the Dental Excellence team after seeing the work they had done with Roberto Firmino’s teeth.

“Working with Jurgen Klopp came about because he saw Roberto’s new teeth and decided he wanted to do something,” Hughes said.

“When Jurgen came to see us, he basically just said he liked Roberto’s teeth, that he wouldn’t want to go quite as white, but he liked his teeth.”

Klopp subsequently denied Hughes’ version of events, insisting that he had been having problems with his teeth which required antibiotics and sought to address the issues by getting a treatment.

“It was not that I saw Bobby Firmino’s teeth and went ‘I want them!'” the Liverpool boss insisted in an interview with Soccer AM.

He added: “It’s a long procedure and I had to go to the toilet. When I went I looked in the mirror and they’re really small – I realised, that’s the point of never going back, you have to do it now.

“I mean I like them, but obviously it’s different. They feel comfortable, it’s all good.” 

Hughes has been working with Liverpool players for a number of years and his first involvement with the club was with Martin Skrtel, who played at Anfield from 2008 to 2016.

“The Liverpool connection started with a friend of mine, who was looking after Martin Skrtel at the time,” Hughes explained. 

“Martin had an incident on the training pitch and he needed some dental work, so my friend introduced me to Martin, we did some work and he was really happy.

“I think the next player to come was Lucas [Leiva], then Lucas introduced me to the Brazilians and it all went from there really.”

As noted, the player whose smile makeover is probably most notable is Roberto Firmino and the striker’s gleaming gnashers may well have inspired others on the team.

“Roberto just wanted a new smile,

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Pensioner ‘butchered’ by dentist after spending life savings trying to her fix smile

A pensioner who was “butchered” by a Hungarian dentist after spending her life savings on trying to fix her smile has received a five-figure payout.

Jackie Stokes was left in crippling agony as a result of botched dental work in Budapest after she forked out £9,500 for teeth implants.

The 70-year-old had an implant in her upper jaw and crowns on eight teeth after her dentist of 30 years went private and she was unable to afford the fees.

But the procedures went catastrophically wrong, leaving her with blisters, stitches that fell out and shifting implants that left her with an unsightly “bulldog bite.”

Jackie, of Burton-upon-Trents, Staffs, instructed medical negligence lawyers to investigate her case after she was left with “irreversible damage” to her teeth.

She took two trips out to Hungary
She took two trips out to Hungary

The insurance company for two dentists involved in her care in Hungary have now agreed to pay a five-figure settlement, despite initially denying liability.

Jackie said: “I wouldn’t wish what I’ve faced on anyone and would urge people to not just assume everything is as it seems when they arrange such treatment.

“Proper research is vital, as it will ensure you are able to make an informed decision about how to proceed with any treatment.

“No one should have to go through what I have.”

Jakie urged people to do proper research before getting dental treatment
Jakie urged people to do proper research before getting dental treatment

Jackie said she felt “robbed” of her life savings after a dentist advised her to have the work done abroad as it would be cheaper.

She said: “It’s left me feeling as if I have been butchered, physically assaulted and robbed of my life savings.

“It’s been a nightmare. This entire episode is indelibly etched upon my brain. It’s ruined my life.”

Widow Jackie was first advised by a dentist to have implants fitted in 2012 after a dentist told her gum disease had gone undetected for a number of years.

Jackie after her first trip to the central European country
Jackie after her first trip to the central European country

After speaking with a friend who had undergone similar treatment, she was eventually put in touch with a UK-based company which arranged for dental treatment abroad.

Following an assessment, it was determined that she would need five teeth removed, with five implants being fitted and crowns being added to eight others.

She was also informed the treatment would take place in the UK as well as during two trips to Budapest.

However, Jackie went on to suffer a range of issues during the treatment between 2012 and 2015, including severe pain and discomfort.

Jackie in August 2013 after both trips to Hungary for treatment

She became concerned when her front jaw was protruding, leaving a gap between her gums and upper teeth through which food would seep.

She also said implants placed under her nose went into the nasal cavity and left her in agony.

The implants failed and were

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Dentist Phobia – How To Turn Your Fear Of Dentists Into A Healthy Smile

There are lots of people with anxiety about going to the dentist. It is something that is difficult to overcome. I have had a fear of the dentist that included avoiding going for years and when I did go I had panic attacks on the way, in the dentist and in the chair.

By visiting your dentist regularly you can prevent problems before they start. Those who avoid going to the dentist are actually risking their teeth needing more serious treatment. Basically what it comes down to is that if you don't overcome your fear you teeth will get into a worse condition and the treatments will be more complex.

But there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Dental procedures have advanced so much that nothing is as frightening or painful as before. Yes some of the procedures do hurt but nothing you can't handle. It is the fear that is the most serious issue. As someone who has overcome this – the number one thing you must do is communicate. Communicate to your dentist that you have some fear. There are lots of dentists nowadays who are much more sensitive to how their patients feel. If they are aware of this they can help you. I know that when I spoke to my dentist about the fear half of it went anyway.

Remember regular cleaning visits to your dentist are the best way to keep your teeth healthy and prevent problems. That is the measure for your teeth and you fear. Just take small regular steps.

Some tips on what your options are and how you can get help with your dentist fear.

Overcoming Dental Anxiety

• Dentists are now using mild sedatives know as sedation which means you can sleep right through any complex treatment. You just wake up afterwards when it is finished.

• Ask friends or family for a recommendation for a dentist so that you know you are seeing a sensitive and approachable dentist.

• When visiting the dentist don't hesitate to ask any questions – remember you are the customer.

• Let the dentist know you have anxiety and build some trust between you both.

Over time you will work with your dentist and overcome your fear whilst establishing a great relationship with your dentist.

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