Dr Brenda Phillips received a BSc degree in Microbiology from The University of Maryland, College Park. She then went on to The University of Maryland , Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, where she earned her DDS degree. Augusta University AAID Maxi Course in Oral Implantology.Upon graduation from Dental School, Dr. Phillips was commissioned as a Captain into The United States Air Force. Her first assignment was to Hill Air Force Base in Utah, where she served for two years. Her Following assignment was Wright Patterson Air Force Base, where she served an additional two years.
In the Fall of 1994, Dr Phillips opened her Solo Dental Practice in Huber Heights, Ohio. Over the years, being an avid learner, Dr. Phillips has taken numerous Continuing Education courses in most aspects of Dentistry, including Orthodontics, Prosthodontics, Implantology, and Dental Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Phillips enjoys forming relationships with her patients, and is always happy to welcome new patients into her practice. In her spare time Dr. Phillips enjoys traveling, cooking, tennis, and spending time with her husband, Robert and friends
Ceramic (Zirconia) Implants
Choose an implant made from high performance ceramics.
1) Metal-free – excellent soft tissue reaction/ behavior.
2) Biocompatible – optimally tolerated by the body, very good regeneration of the gums.
3) Esthetic – white ceramic for a brilliant smile.
4) Safe – worldwide experience from over 15 years of experience.
5) Together with ceramic drills and instruments we offer complete metal-free restoration – the best alternative for patients suffering from allergies.
6) Extremely low adhesion of bacterial plaque, the main cause of gum diseases such as periodontitis.
7) Form Labs 2, 3D Printer for making Precision Implant Surgical Guides.
Metal free crowns
When the defect to be repaired grows to a significant size, the strength of the tooth will be compromised. We often see teeth with old mercury fillings that are developing cracks in the enamel and underlying structure because the filling has acted as a wedge in the tooth over time. These teeth are best restored by means that reinforces the strength of the tooth by covering a portion of the tooth in the case of an veneer or the entire tooth in the case of a crown.