But in the three examination rooms, patients can watch Internet-streamed television on flat-screen monitors or soothe themselves with music on one of the office iPods. Those needing dental implants don’t have to wait long. Zuckerberg has the equipment to scan a broken tooth and fabricate a replacement in just a few minutes.
“Part of my shtick, if you would call it here, is that I am a technology guy,” says Zuckerberg, a stout, slow-moving man with a penetrating gaze.
Rosa Cavalluzzi, his longtime assistant, should know. She ticked off some of the advances she had seen during her 23 years at the office: panoramic X-ray machines and scanners for making electronic copies of incoming mail to satisfy Zuckerberg’s quest for a paperless office.