premier dental staff omaha nebraskaPremier Dental provides comprehensive dental care to families from Omaha and the surrounding areas, including family and pediatric dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, general dentistry and reconstructive dentistry. Since opening Premier Dental in 2002, Dr. Daniel Beninato has focused on having a dental office that provides comfort, convenience, and personalized care with state-of-art equipment and expert technique.

What do you think makes you different from other companies similar to yours? – We are able to offer a wide range of services that allows people to receive all of their dental care under one roof. Our expanded office has allowed us to increase the ease and convenience for people to have access to care.

What do you like about doing business in Omaha? – Being in Omaha for 13 years has allowed us to get involved in the community and take an active role in helping families with their health care needs. It has the advantages of a city, with a small town feel.

What kind of community organizations/groups are you involved with? – Premier Dental is a Rohwer PayBac Partner, a Russell PayBac Partner, and we have been involved with and supported Mount Michael Benedictine School in Elkhorn as well as organizations such as the American Heart Association and JDRF.  We recently joined with the Salvation Army to do a school supply drive, and we are currently working with Sacred Heart Ministry to set up a dental clinic.

Do you have a business philosophy or mission statement? – Premier Dental is a family oriented practice committed to inspiring lifelong dental health to our patients through advanced technology, state-of-the-art equipment and our tradition of excellence and customer service. We will provide each patient personalized care and attentive customer service tailored to individual needs. Your family’s smiles are unlike anyone else’s and your visits to the dentist should be customized to manage the health and aesthetics of your unique teeth.

What is one of the biggest challenges that your company has faced? – The biggest challenge we have faced is keeping up the demand. The new building will help address our space crunch and make it easier to accommodate our patients

What has been your most important achievement as a business? – It is without question–customer satisfaction. Everything we do is geared toward our patients’ experience and comfort.

What was the biggest turning point in your business? – Expanding our services in order to provide additional services that many other offices don’t provide. Some examples include same day crowns, sedation dentistry, computerized TMJ and headache treatment, computer controlled anesthesia, laser cavity detection, and 3D cone beam x-rays.

What changes have you seen in the industry and your company in the past few years? – Both dentistry and Premier Dental have seen drastic changes over the past several years, and they have gone hand in hand. New techniques and treatment have allowed us to drastically change the health and lives of countless people. From the ability to change a person’s self-esteem through a smile makeover to increasing their life span with sleep apnea treatment; dentistry has never been more important or vital to your overall health and wellbeing.

What do you see happening with the business in the next five years? – We have a big move coming up in the next year! We will be expanding into a new state-of-the-art office in Lakeside. The new office will have 17 treatment suites with expanded hours for the ease and convenience of our patients.

What is one goal for your business that you have yet to accomplish? – Every year we strive to get better and to better serve our patients. We hope to set the standard for patient care and customer service. As we strive and continue to improve we hope to keep moving the bar higher, so this goal is never fully accomplished.

premier dental omaha nebraskapremeir dental omaha nebraskaScott Wandschneider had unbearable jaw pain due to TMJ, or Temporomandibular joint disorder. “My teeth were so far out of alignment they were grinding down and getting very, very sharp.” Wandschneider said.  TMJ caused spasms in his jaw muscles, making his jaw frequently slam shut–an action he could not control. Tired of the pain Scott sought out treatment from Dr. Dan Beninato, who corrected his jaw alignment with an orthotic plate as well as performing other dental work to restore his teeth. Wandschneider said, “The extensive dental work was definitely worth it. I got my smile back.”

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