WELCOME TO ASPIRE DENTAL
OFFICE HOURS UPDATE
As you know, your care and safety and the safety of our team is our top priority.
In light of the recommendations of the national and state dental associations, we are limiting our practice to emergency appointments only through April 7. We plan to resume regular business hours on April 8.
If you have any questions about your dental care or have urgent concerns, please give us a call or send us a direct message. We are here for you and will make sure that your needs are taken care of. Thank you for being our patient!
ADVANCED COSMETIC AND FAMILY DENTISTRY
Our practice was established in 2008 when Tulsa native, Dr. Neil Hasty, opened the doors. Dr. Hasty has been practicing in Tulsa for over 10 years, and he and his staff strive to serve their patients with the most complete and comprehensive care while recommending only the treatments that are necessary.
Neil Hasty, DDS
Dr. Hasty was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He graduated from Union High School and was a member of the swim team while there. Dr. Hasty continued his education at Oklahoma Baptist University where he majored in Biology. He attended the University of Oklahoma, College of Dentistry, and received his doctorate.
He is proud to be one of only a few dentists in Oklahoma to offer Dental Implants and Laser Dentistry. This technology is especially helpful for patients who fear the needle or the drill or who find having a numb mouth inconvenient.
WaterLase dentistry is one of the most advanced dental treatments today. WaterLase uses a patented technology that combines focused light energy with a stream of water for a highly precise, exceptionally gentle dental experience. WaterLase allows your dentist to perform a wide range of procedures with benefits including:
Dr. Hasty and Aspire Dental were visited by News on 6 to discuss the benefits of his Waterlase Dental Laser.
The next best thing to healthy, natural teeth! Strong and stable, a dental implant restores a lost tooth so that it looks, feels, fits and functions like a natural tooth.
Dental implants have revolutionized the practice of dentistry in that we can now place a tooth where there was no tooth. This new tooth does not decay or feel pain. Implants help preserve bone and facial features unlike dentures which cause a deterioration of the supporting bone. An implant is a supporting tooth-like structure that a crown, bridge or denture can be built upon.