8201 RANCH BLVD Unit B6

Mon: 9:00AM - 2:00PM

Tue: 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Wed: 10:00AM - 8:00PM

Thu: 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Fri: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Sat: 9:00AM - 3:00PM

Sun: Closed

100.0% would refer friends and family to us

5 stars Customer since 2013

I had an amazing time and am absolutely in love with my hair! Nikki is amazing and I never leave unhappy. Thank you so much!

5 stars Customer since 2014

Color by the fabulous Miss Devonda and cut by the fun Mr. Alan. Can't get better than that!

5 stars Customer since 2012

The staff worked to schedule me promptly, even though I called on Tuesday afternoon and needed to be seen Wednesday. I love my highlights. And the entire experience at the salon was pleasant and relaxing. My hairdresser was professional and skilled.

5 stars Customer since 2007

Sarah and Tara are the best!

5 stars Customer since 2010

Sarah's great!

5 stars Verified customer

Excellent service from the perfect hair color to the perfect cut! Thanks so much Nikki & Katie Beth!

5 stars Customer since 2014

It was a delightful experience

5 stars Customer since 2007

Great Atmosphere, Professional staff

5 stars Customer since 2009

I always love my visit to Laura! My hair looks great!!!!

5 stars Customer since 2009

You guys are the best!



Cantrell West Dental

5 stars 462 reviews

I wish to express my sincerest thanks and appreciation for the superb level of service and treatment provided to me on Monday, May 5th.. The staff at your office was very courteous and allowed me (a new patient) to come in at the last minute for an emergency, for which I am very grateful. Patricia Nunn Brown
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Chenal Dentistry

5 stars 98 reviews

Overall experience excellent. Kelly very thorough, informative and Dr. Wyant presents confidence and competence and is willing to listen to the patient. Disappointed that there was no thyroid protection during X-rays. Mentioned it to Kelly. From the American Thyroid Association: ATA Conclusions Although the thyroid doses associated with dental x-rays have not been shown to cause thyroid cancer, it is prudent to reduce thyroidal radiation exposure as much as possible without compromising the clinical goals of dental examinations. The ATA thus endorses the recommendations of NCRP-145. However, the ATA also urges a reconsideration of the less stringent requirement for thyroid shielding in adults as compared to children. Adult risk for radiation-induce thyroid cancer may be less, but still merits efforts to reduce it, given that the use of shielding is safe and readily available. The ATA also recommends that efforts be made to encourage and monitor compliance with the ADA and NCRP guidelines and to reduce, as much as possible, the areas of ambiguity in them.
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