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Fresno Cosmetic Dentist, Catherine A. Lambetecchio, D.D.S.

Bringing Cosmetic Design & Comfort to Dentistry



Dr. Lambetecchio is a pioneer in her field by being one of the first dentists in the Valley to utilize the Waterlase Dental Laser. She served as the first female president of the Fresno-Madera Dental Society, is a member of the California Dental Association, the American Dental Association and a board member of the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry.

As a proctor and instructor for the Northern California Institute of Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Lambetecchio works with doctors from New York to teach other dentists the art of celebrity-oriented cosmetic design.

Among Dr. Lambetecchio's accomplishments, service, and interests

  • Instructor/Proctor of the Northern California Institute of Cosmetic Dentistry.
  • Board member of the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry Foundation
  • Board member and the first woman president of the Fresno-Madera Dental Society.
  • Advisory committee member for Galen College of Dental Assistants.
  • Established local school visitation programs to promote dental health among children.
  • Has taken numerous advanced courses in cosmetic dentistry.
  • A lively Arts Foundation board member.
  • Member of the Opera Society.
  • Studies Flamenco dancing, and ballet.

"Your smile communicates a lot about how you feel about yourself. Even a minor flaw in your smile can keep you from feeling your best about the way you look. A beautiful smile can be the pathway to opportunity. Cosmetic Dentistry is a blending of art and science. We focus on aesthetic results by using a verity of the latest restorative techniques and materials. We can enhance your smile to give it a more pleasing appearance." - Dr. Lambetecchio

Thinking about veneers? Try Le Vogue celebrity teeth offered exclusively at Dr. Lambetecchio’s office. Le Vogue teeth fit right over your own teeth, without any preparation, to give you that perfect smile. They are perfect for special occasions, job interviews or everyday life.

If you are looking for whiter, younger looking teeth, Dr. Lambetecchio also offers in-office “Laser Whitening” and “Take- Home Whitening Kits” for that bright smile that you are looking for. We do encourage you to have a current dental cleaning within the last six months to ensure the best results. Whitening treatment results do vary from patient to patient according to their dentition, therefor results may vary in individual cases.

A European Spa-like environment is what you get when visiting Dr. Lambetecchios office. Patients can enjoy massage chairs, aromatherapy, and neck, hand and feet warmers while visiting.

If you are concerned about facial aesthetics, cutting -edge facial products are also available to purchase.

In addition to her many services, Dr. Lambetecchio is an advocate of prevention and sees children as early as six-months old. She has a separate part of her office specifically designed for children. There are toys, movies, X-Box, games and vibrant colors to make children feel comfortable at the dentist office.

In a profession dominated by men, Dr. Lambetecchio is uniquely endowed with gentleness appealing to children and adults. Dr. Lambetecchio is a name you can trust when it comes to your oral health.

To read the full article in Valley Health Magazine, click here (page 45)

Center for Aesthetic Dentistry

 

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FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- 
As your kids get ready for trick-or-treating Saturday night, the real scare might come by December. That's when Valley dentists start to see cavities that developed after too much candy eating.

Dr. Catherine Lambetecchio of Fresno is so determined to help kids avoid cavities from candy she's offering dental varnishing to kids for free, for a week after Halloween. Dental varnish is a protective coating of fluoride and calcium around the teeth to prevent decay.

11-year-old Paris Todd is happy to sit in the dentist's chair for the treatment now, to avoid sitting there later with a cavity. "At first, it tickled me, and it just feels like strawberry gum, and I like that taste, so that's good."

Dr. Lambetecchio also encourages her patients and their families to steer clear of a certain sweet treat. "There's like sticky, ooey, gooey candies that stick to people's dental work and pull off crowns and kids come with broken fillings and very bad decay."

Patients also get ideas for alternative treats, such as Halloween themed fruit skewers, a not-so scary beverage. Like a green monster drink which is made with spinach and kale.

The doctor knows candy will be eaten and encourages parents to choose chocolate instead of the sticky stuff and limit the amount.

Dentists like Dr. Lambetecchio are telling parents, let your kids eat candy for only a day or two after trick-or-treating. That way the sugar exposure is quick and not extended over a long period of time.

Paris' mom, Monique, follows that advice and adds at little Halloween trick of her own. "I let them eat three pieces and then a week into it, I say the ants got it, so that's my trick for the sugar disappearing."

Setting limits on the sweet treats helps to avoid a scary trip to the dentist after Halloween.