High Peaks Dental: High Peaks Dental owners, Dr. Michael O’Connor, Dr. William Caldon, and Dr. Donnon “DJ” O’Neill strive to bring high quality dentistry and comfort through their work at the Plattsburgh and Lake Placid offices.
Plattsburgh Some people fear heights, others fear tight, enclosed spaces — others would take either over a trip to the dentist.
That’s where High Peaks Dental (HPD) comes in.
With luxury office equipment that offers a “Ritz Carlton” like experience combined with lower costs than many traditional dentists and even sedation to help those with the highest anxiety relax, HPD sets itself apart.
The dentists of HPD even go so far as to provide free dental services once a year to anyone wishing to turn out.
HPD was founded by Dr. Michael O’Connor, who grew up in the Plattsburgh area and returned after college to open his practice.
HPD has two locations, one in Plattsburgh and one in Lake Placid. The group moved into the present Lake Placid facility in February 2002 after working in Saranac Lake since 1997. The Plattsburgh office, open since 1978, recently expanded and has state-of-the-art dental facilities. The business moved last year from its former location at 55 Cornelia Street to the new location at 675 Route 3.
HPD offers a variety of different services including sedation, cosmetic, preventive and restorative dentistry. A full list of services include Veneers/LUMINEERS, Invisalign, CEREC one visit Crowns, Digital X-Rays, 6-Month Smiles, Implants, LANAP (Laser Gum Treatment), children’s dentistry, Periodontal Therapy, gentle cleanings, porcelain crowns and bridges, extractions, root canal treatments, bonding, pediatric dentistry, teeth whitening, and dentures.
“We strive to provide our patients with quality care, comfort and convenience. We provide a full-service, state-of-the art dental practice,” Caldon said.
“From the moment you step into our practice, until the moment you complete treatment, we want you to be comfortable and relaxed and have your reaction be ‘wow I have never had an experience like that in a medical setting,”’ Caldon said. “We strive to give a Ritz Carlton experience.”