Lake Elsinore Luxury Dental Practice Announces Grand Reopening

June 04, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Lakefront Family Dentistry—a luxury dental practice located in Lake Elsinore, CA—is pleased to announce its grand reopening. “While our office was shut down for construction, we remodeled the entire office. Besides redoing the patient waiting area, we also installed new dental chairs, lights, and a dry vacuum system,” said Dr. Derek Hauser. “We feel confident that our long-time patients and those new to the practice will be delighted with the changes.”

The reopening brings a new look to the well-reviewed dental practice, including new waiting room furniture and flooring. “We’re very happy with the new look of the office,” said Hauser. “We hope that our patients find it relaxing and will enjoy the upscale look and feel that sets our office apart.”

Lakefront Family Dentistry also installed top-of-the-line A-dec 500 chairs and LED lights to enhance patient comfort and care. “The A-dec 500 chairs and lighting system provides ergonomic support so our patients will be comfortable during procedures,” said Hauser. “The chairs also provide our staff with optimal access to patients—allowing us to maintain a healthy posture and prevent discomfort. We believe in providing our patients with the best possible experience, and these top-of-the-line dental chairs are one way to do that.”

The practice also installed a RamVac Bison 3 vacuum—an environmentally friendly dry dental vacuum system that enhances aerosol containment. “Besides being eco-friendly, the new vacuum system also reduces aerosols, which is more important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Dr. Hauser. “The health and safety of our patients is our top priority, and the Bison 3 will help keep our patients and staff healthy and safe during this difficult time.”

Lakefront Family Dentistry prides itself on meeting or exceeding dental safety standards and offering its patients the most advanced technology and treatment options. Some of the practice’s advanced technologies include:

CEREC system—two in-house milling machines that allows patients to get crowns, veneers, and bridges in just one to two days. “Only a small percentage of American dentists own the CEREC system, and we’re pleased to be one of them for well over a decade,” said Dr. Hauser. “Patients hardly believe they can get their dental crowns or veneers with the best quality in only a couple visits. They love the convenience and the results.”

Solea Laser Technology, which provides patients with a faster and pain-free experience for fillings and gum treatment. “The Solea technology is a wonderful option for any patient, including children, that might be nervous about the numbing experience,” said Hauser. “An added benefit is that patients can eat and drink immediately after treatment.” Other options for fearful patients include conscious oral sedation and their beautiful Black Labrador, Stella, the office’s therapy dog.

“With our grand reopening, we look forward to providing our patients with a relaxing, calm environment and the most advanced technologies available,” said Dr. Hauser. “From the remodeled waiting room to the luxury dental chairs to safety and cleaning practices that exceed industry standards, Lakefront Family Dentistry provides our patients with the best possible dental experience.”

Lakefront Family Dentistry officially is now accepting appointments from current and new patients.


For more information about Lakefront Family Dentistry, contact the company here:

Lakefront Family Dentistry
Lisa Harrison
(951) 244-9495
31571 Canyon Estates Dr #117 Lake Elsinore, CA 92532

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