Omega Dental Group's overall goal is to provide you with the highest quality restorative and preventive dental care available. Listening to what your dental concerns are is one of our most important endeavors. Developing an individualized treatment plan and completing the dental work needed to restore your mouth to its healthy, aesthetically pleasing best takes time, effort and teamwork. This approach to "total" care may include coordinating your treatment with other specialists if needed, as well as follow-up and maintenance care after all of your restorative work is completed. With well-planned, careful dentistry there is little, if any, need for the "patch and repair" work associated with dental care for so many years.

Our overall goal is to provide you with the highest quality restorative and preventive dental care available. Listening to what your dental concerns are is one of our most important endeavors. Developing an individualized treatment plan and completing the dental work needed to restore your mouth to its healthy, aesthetically pleasing best takes time, effort and teamwork. This approach to "total" care may include coordinating your treatment with other specialists if needed, as well as follow-up and maintenance care after all of your restorative work is completed. With well-planned, careful dentistry there is little, if any, need for the "patch and repair" work associated with dental care for so many years.

Brian O. Coleman is a native of Chicago, Illinois and received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Southern Illinois University. Afterwards, he served our country for 5 years in the US Navy and was a Lieutenant in the Navy Dental Corps. Dr. Coleman has been in private practice for over 15 years and maintains a state-of-the-art dental facility with a highly trained, experienced staff. As a general family dental practitioner, he is involved in all facets of dental health care, with a special emphasis on dental disease prevention.

Gov. Bush recently announced the creation of a Health Information InfrastructureAdvisory Board. One of the primary objectives is to promote the use of electronic medical records. After speaking with Gov. Bush's office, the FDA determined dentistry should be of the discussion. Dr. Sam Low, FDA president-elect, recommended Dr. Brian Coleman as the FDA's representative on the board. Only 10 slots are available for apointment to the advisory board and several health-care groups are seeking representation.

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