Are you ready for a smile that you can’t wait to show off?
If you’re wondering if there’s anything you can do to improve the appearance of your smile more than at-home whitening products or in-office cleanings, you’re in luck! We’re able to help you achieve a smile that you’ll want to show off to everybody through a combination of procedures at our practice including:
- Dental Veneers
- Tooth Implants
- Professional Teeth Whitening
Since everybody’s situation is so unique, we start you out with an initial consultation where you’ll discuss problem areas with the doctor and go over all of the options that are available to you. The initial consultation is a very important part of all restorative procedures because it allows you to address areas of concern with the doctor and to have any questions you have about the process answered.
Some things your doctor may discuss with you include:
Tooth Color: When you’re restoring the appearance of your smile, you’ll probably go through some teeth whitening procedures to improve the color of your teeth, remove stains and brighten dulled teeth. The color and shading of your teeth are important and need to be discussed at the beginning of the smile restoration process so your veneers, crowns, bridges or composite bondings can be made to match.
Tooth alignment and spacing: If you have gaps in between your teeth or crooked and overlapping teeth we can straighten and align them using a few processes to make sure your new implants, crowns, or bridges fit correctly and look great.
Replace missing teeth: Through aging, decay or injury, you may be missing one or several teeth. Gaps between your teeth can reduce the overall appearance of your smile and affect your bite and eating comfort. We can replace missing teeth with dental implants, bridges, and partial dentures.
Restore chipped and cracked teeth: Repairing chipped and cracked teeth can really make a big difference and restore comfort! When you have chipped and cracked teeth, you may have rough edges or sensitive areas in your mouth. Repairing them with a composite bonding material can help with both the appearance of your smile and restore comfort.
Your smile line: This is a term you’ll hear often when discussing the appearance and shape of your smile. This is an imaginary line that runs along the edges of your upper teeth from side to side. In an ideal situation, your this line should follow the same shape of the curve of your lip when you smile. This is a point of reference your doctor will use throughout the entire process of smile restoration.
Check out our tips on maintaining your beautiful smile afterward!
Are you ready to start on the path to a healthy, bright smile? We can help you with any restorative care and guide you along the way to a smile that you’re proud to show off! Our doctor and team are here to educate you on the entire process and suggest the best options for you and your specific and unique smile.
Contact us today by calling us at 717.938.4646 or request an appointment here.