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From dazzling whitening treatments to stunning smile makeovers, witness the power of a radiant smile in changing lives. Let these inspiring transformations guide you on your journey to a brighter, healthier smile.

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Patient was unhappy with small lateral incisors and discoloration of teeth. Smile makeover achieved with 6 porcelain veneers.

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Veneers

This patient had minimal prep veneers on their upper and lower.

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“Now that I have them done, I can’t believe I waited so long. It is unbelievable how much more confident I am when I smile.”

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Porcelain Veneers Before After
4 minimal prep veneers.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Patient presented with missing and broken teeth. Smile and bite restored with an upper all on 4.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient presented with two front teeth damaged by trauma. Smile makeover achieved with 8 porcelain veneers.
Invisalign Before After
Patient presented with crooked teeth and a cuspid (eye tooth) that was very far out of alignment. His teeth were straightened using Invisalign. Total treatment time: 22 months
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Invisalign case Total treatment time: 20 months
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Full Mouth Reconstruction
Permanent teeth in a day.
Dental Crowns Before After
Veneers Case 2 Full Face
Lyndsey is 100% happy with her treatment. She received eight no-prep veneers to whiten her teeth and replace some existing bonding.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with the discoloration of his teeth and the gap in his two front teeth. He whitened his teeth first and then had 4 anterior veneers placed to close the gap.
Dental Crowns Before After
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Invisalign Before After
Patient presented with crowded and misaligned teeth. She was treated with Invisalign. A fuller more youthful smile was achieved. Total treatment time: 19 months.
Invisalign Before After
Patient was unhappy with gap and color of his teeth. Smile makeover achieved with Invisalign and KoR Whitening.
Dental Crowns Before After
Patient presented with severely worn down and eroded teeth requiring full-mouth reconstruction. Smile and bite restored with all porcelain crowns.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient had old discolored bonding. Smile enhanced with 4 porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient had 15-year old veneers on her front teeth that were stained and discolored. Old veneers removed and replaced with all porcelain veneers to restore a more youthful and confident smile.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with small lateral incisors and discoloration of teeth. Smile makeover achieved with 6 porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient did not like the unevenness of her teeth and she also felt her teeth were too small. Smile makeover accomplished with no prep veneers. No tooth structure removed and no anesthesia required.
Dental Crowns Before After
Patient had old technology crowns and bonding. Smile restored with porcelain crowns.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient had old technology crowns and bonding. Smile restored with 2 anterior porcelain veneers.
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Patient was unhappy with the gaps and was also missing anterior tooth – Smile was restored with Invisalign, veneers and a fixed bridge.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with small size of teeth and discoloration. Smile makeover achieved with porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with spacing and unevenness in his teeth. Spaces closed and patient given a more masculine smile with no prep veneers. No tooth structure was removed, and no anesthesia required. Accomplished in 2 visits.
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Patient was unhappy with the gaps and was also missing anterior tooth – Smile was restored with Invisalign, veneers and a fixed bridge.
Dental Crowns Before After
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Dental Crowns Before After
Patient presented with severely worn down and eroded teeth requiring full-mouth reconstruction. Smile and bite restored with all porcelain crowns.
Dental Crowns Before After
Patient had old technology crowns and bonding. Smile restored with porcelain crowns.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Patient presented with missing and broken teeth. Smile and bite restored with an upper all on 4.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Permanent teeth in a day.
Dental Crowns Before After
Patient presented with severely worn down and eroded teeth requiring full-mouth reconstruction. Smile and bite restored with all porcelain crowns.

How to Choose the Best Veneers for Your Smile

A radiant smile can significantly enhance your confidence and overall appearance, and dental veneers are a popular solution for achieving that perfect smile. Veneers are thin, custom-made shells designed to cover the front surface of your teeth, addressing issues like discoloration, chips, gaps, and misalignment. Choosing the right veneers, however, is crucial to ensure they meet your specific needs and aesthetic goals. In this blog, we’ll explore the different types of veneers, key factors to consider, and how to make an informed decision with the help of a skilled cosmetic dentist. By the end, you’ll have a clearer understanding of how to choose the best veneers for your smile, transforming your dental imperfections into a flawless grin.

In This Blog:

  • Understanding Dental Veneers
  • Assessing Your Needs and Goals
  • Consultation with a Cosmetic Dentist
  • Factors to Consider When Choosing Veneers

Understanding Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are a transformative cosmetic dental treatment designed to enhance the appearance of your smile by covering imperfections with thin, custom-made shells that fit over the front surface of your teeth. Veneers are often used to address a variety of aesthetic concerns, including discoloration, chips, gaps, and minor misalignments. There are two primary types of veneers: porcelain and composite. Understanding the differences between these options can help you make an informed decision. At a glane, here’s how these options compare: 

FeaturePorcelain VeneersComposite Veneers
MaterialHigh-quality dental porcelainTooth-colored resin composite
Durability10-15 years or more5-7 years
Stain ResistanceHighly resistantMore prone to staining
Natural AppearanceClosely mimics natural teeth, very lifelikeNatural-looking but slightly less realistic
Application TimeMultiple visits requiredTypically completed in a single visit
CostMore expensiveMore affordable
ProcedureInvolves removal of a small amount of enamelMinimal to no enamel removal
ReparabilityMore difficult and costly to repairEasier and less costly to repair
CustomizationCustom-made in a dental labSculpted directly onto the teeth by the dentist

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin, custom-made shells crafted from high-quality dental porcelain designed to cover the front surface of your teeth. They are meticulously created to match the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth, providing a seamless and natural-looking enhancement. Porcelain veneers are renowned for their durability and resistance to staining, making them a long-lasting solution for improving the appearance of teeth affected by discoloration, chips, gaps, or minor misalignments. The process of getting porcelain veneers typically involves multiple dental visits, including the removal of a small amount of enamel from the teeth to ensure a proper fit, and the creation of personalized veneers in a dental lab.

Advantages:

  • Durability: Porcelain veneers are known for their strength and resilience. They can last 10-15 years or more with proper care, making them a long-lasting solution.
  • Stain Resistance: Unlike natural teeth, porcelain veneers are highly resistant to stains from coffee, tea, wine, and other common staining agents, keeping your smile bright over time.
  • Natural Appearance: Porcelain closely mimics the light-reflecting properties of natural teeth, giving you a smile that looks both beautiful and realistic.

Disadvantages:

  • Cost: Porcelain veneers are typically more expensive than composite veneers, which can be a consideration for those on a budget.
  • Application Process: The process of getting porcelain veneers usually involves multiple visits to the dentist and the removal of a small amount of enamel from your natural teeth, which is irreversible.

Composite Veneers

Composite veneers are made from a tooth-colored resin material that is applied directly to the surface of the teeth and sculpted to achieve the desired shape and appearance. Unlike porcelain veneers, composite veneers can be completed in a single visit, as the dentist layers and bonds the composite resin to the teeth, then shapes and polishes it for a natural finish. Composite veneers are a more affordable option and can be easily repaired if damaged. However, they are less durable and more prone to staining compared to porcelain veneers, typically lasting 5-7 years with proper care. Composite veneers are a versatile and cost-effective solution for enhancing the appearance of teeth with minor imperfections.

Advantages:

  • Cost-Effective: Composite veneers are generally less expensive than their porcelain counterparts, making them a more accessible option for many patients.
  • Quicker Application: Composite veneers can often be applied in a single visit, as the material is shaped and bonded directly to your teeth.
  • Reparability: If a composite veneer gets damaged, it is easier and less costly to repair compared to porcelain veneers.

Disadvantages:

  • Less Durable: Composite veneers are not as strong as porcelain veneers and typically last 5-7 years, making them a shorter-term solution.
  • Prone to Staining: Composite material can stain more easily than porcelain, potentially requiring more frequent maintenance to keep your smile looking its best.

By understanding the key characteristics of porcelain and composite veneers, you can better evaluate which type aligns with your needs and preferences. Whether you prioritize durability, aesthetics, or budget, there’s a veneer option that can help you achieve the smile of your dreams.

Assessing Your Needs and Goals

Choosing the best veneers for your smile starts with a clear understanding of your specific needs and aesthetic goals. Veneers can address a variety of cosmetic dental issues, so it’s important to identify what you hope to achieve with this treatment.

Identifying Cosmetic Issues

Veneers are a versatile solution for a range of dental imperfections. Consider whether you are looking to correct:

  • Discoloration: If your teeth are stained or discolored and do not respond well to whitening treatments, veneers can provide a bright, consistent color.
  • Chips and Cracks: Veneers can effectively cover and protect chipped or cracked teeth, restoring their natural appearance.
  • Gaps: Small gaps between teeth can be closed with veneers, providing a more uniform smile.
  • Minor Misalignments: While veneers are not a substitute for orthodontic treatment, they can disguise minor misalignments and give the appearance of straighter teeth.

Considering the Desired Outcome

Think about the specific changes you want to see in your smile. This includes:

  • Shape: Do you want your teeth to be more rounded or square? Veneers can be customized to match the shape that best suits your facial features.
  • Color: Veneers can be tailored to your preferred shade of white. Your dentist can help you choose a color that complements your skin tone and looks natural.
  • Overall Appearance: Consider how you want your smile to look as a whole. Do you want a subtle enhancement or a more dramatic transformation?

Importance of a Personalized Approach

Every smile is unique, and the best veneers for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences. A personalized approach ensures that the veneers will not only improve your dental aesthetics but also complement your natural features and align with your lifestyle.

Taking the time to assess your needs and goals will help you and your dentist create a tailored treatment plan. By clearly identifying what you want to achieve, you can make informed decisions and ensure that your veneers enhance your smile in the best possible way.

Consultation with a Cosmetic Dentist

A successful veneer treatment begins with a thorough consultation with a skilled cosmetic dentist. This step is crucial for obtaining professional advice and ensuring that your expectations align with what veneers can achieve.

Importance of Professional Advice and Expertise

A cosmetic dentist has the expertise to evaluate your dental condition and recommend the best treatment options for your needs. They can provide insights into the advantages and limitations of different types of veneers, helping you make an informed decision. Their professional experience ensures that your veneers will be designed and applied correctly, maximizing both their aesthetic appeal and functional longevity.

What to Expect During a Consultation

During your initial consultation, your dentist will perform a comprehensive examination of your teeth and gums. This typically includes:

  1. Dental Examination: Assessing the health of your teeth and gums to ensure they are suitable for veneers. Any existing dental issues, such as cavities or gum disease, must be addressed before veneer placement.
  2. Smile Design: Discussing your aesthetic goals and preferences. Your dentist will take into account factors such as tooth shape, size, and color to design veneers that complement your natural features.
  3. Treatment Options: Reviewing the different veneer materials (porcelain and composite) and their respective benefits and drawbacks. Your dentist will help you decide which type best suits your needs.
  4. Digital Imaging and Impressions: Some dentists use digital imaging technology to create a virtual model of your new smile, allowing you to preview the expected results. Impressions of your teeth may also be taken to create custom veneers.

Questions to Ask Your Dentist

To ensure you have all the information you need to make a confident decision, consider asking your dentist the following questions:

  • Material Options: Which veneer material do you recommend for my specific case, and why?
  • Longevity: How long can I expect my veneers to last with proper care?
  • Maintenance: What type of maintenance and care will be required for my veneers?
  • Costs and Financing: What is the total cost of the veneer treatment, and are there financing options or insurance coverage available?
  • Procedure Details: What is the process for getting veneers, and how many visits will it require?

By seeking professional advice and thoroughly discussing your options during the consultation, you can ensure that the veneers you choose will meet your aesthetic goals and provide long-lasting satisfaction. This step is essential for achieving a smile that is both beautiful and functional.

Conclusion

Choosing the best veneers for your smile is a decision that requires careful consideration of various factors, from the type of material to your individual aesthetic goals and lifestyle. By understanding the differences between porcelain and composite veneers, assessing your specific needs, and consulting with a skilled cosmetic dentist, you can ensure that your veneers not only enhance your appearance but also fit seamlessly into your daily life. With the right choice, veneers can transform your smile, boosting your confidence and allowing you to face the world with a radiant, natural-looking grin. Take the next step by scheduling a consultation to explore your options and start your journey towards a perfect smile.

Dr. Edward Camacho earned his DDS from the University of Texas Health Science Center. He believes in continuing his education and training and that a dentist’s education should never cease. As a result, he has received extensive training in aesthetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, dental implant placement, orthodontics, computerized dentistry, and laser dentistry. Dr. Camacho’s continued education and completed cosmetic procedures has helped him establish himself as one of San Antonio’s leading cosmetic dentists. He has completed thousands of cosmetic procedures over the span of his 40 year career.

The Latest Trends in Teeth Whitening

A bright, radiant smile is often seen as a key component of confidence and beauty. As such, teeth whitening has become one of the most sought-after treatments in cosmetic dentistry. With advancements in technology and a growing array of options, the field of teeth whitening has evolved significantly. This blog delves into the latest trends in teeth whitening, exploring new and innovative treatments that promise safer, faster, and more effective results. Whether you’re considering professional in-office treatments or convenient at-home solutions, this guide will help you navigate the world of modern teeth whitening and find the best approach to achieve the dazzling smile you desire.

In This Blog: 

  • Popular Trends in Teeth Whitening
  • Innovative Whitening Technologies
  • Professional vs. Over-the-Counter Whitening

Popular Trends in Teeth Whitening

In-Office Whitening Treatments

In-office whitening treatments have seen significant advancements, offering quick and highly effective results.

Treatment TypeDescriptionBenefits
Laser Teeth WhiteningUses a concentrated light beam to accelerate the whitening process. Gel applied to teeth is activated by the laser.– Quick results (about an hour)- Several shades lighter in one session
Zoom WhiteningUses a special light to enhance the effects of a hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gel.– Immediate results (about 45 minutes)- Up to eight shades brighter
KoR Whitening Deep Bleaching System– Involves a combination of in-office and at-home treatments using specially formulated gels and custom trays.- Includes a conditioning phase to enhance whitening results– Highly effective for deep stains- Minimal sensitivity
Professional TreatmentsSupervised by dental professionals, uses potent bleaching agents.– Customized care- Faster, more dramatic results compared to OTC

At-Home Whitening Solutions

For those who prefer the convenience of whitening their teeth at home, several effective options are available.

Solution TypeDescriptionBenefits
Whitening Strips and GelsThin plastic strips or gel applied directly to teeth, usually worn for 30 minutes daily over two weeks.– Convenient and easy to use- Effective for gradual whitening
Custom-Fitted Whitening TraysTrays molded to fit teeth, filled with whitening gel and worn for a specified time daily.– Even coverage, reduces gum irritation- Personalized fit
LED Light SystemsUses LED light to enhance the effects of peroxide-based gels, typically worn for 10-20 minutes per session.– Enhances whitening results- Convenient for at-home use

Natural and DIY Whitening Methods

Many people are turning to natural and DIY methods for teeth whitening, favoring ingredients they already have at home.

MethodDescriptionBenefits
Activated CharcoalBrushing teeth with activated charcoal powder to absorb stains and toxins.– Natural and readily available- Affordable
Baking Soda and Hydrogen PeroxideCreating a paste from baking soda and hydrogen peroxide to brush teeth.– Mild abrasiveness removes surface stains- Easily accessible ingredients
Coconut Oil PullingSwishing coconut oil in the mouth for 15-20 minutes to reduce plaque and bacteria.– Natural and holistic approach- May contribute to overall oral health

These popular trends in teeth whitening cater to a wide range of preferences and needs, offering various ways to achieve a brighter smile, whether through professional treatments or convenient at-home solutions.

Innovative Whitening Technologies

Blue Light Technology

Blue light technology has revolutionized teeth whitening by providing a safer and more effective method to enhance the whitening process. Blue light technology involves using a blue LED light to activate the whitening agents in a peroxide-based gel. The light accelerates the chemical reaction, allowing the whitening agents to penetrate the enamel more deeply and break down stains more effectively.

This method is highly effective, often producing noticeable results after a single session. It is also considered safe, with minimal risk of tooth sensitivity or gum irritation. The controlled application of the light and gel ensures even whitening across all teeth.

Whitening Toothpastes with Advanced Formulas

Recent advancements in whitening toothpastes have made them a popular choice for daily maintenance and gradual whitening. Modern whitening toothpastes often contain ingredients such as hydrogen peroxide, carbamide peroxide, and microbeads that help polish and remove surface stains. Some formulas also include fluoride to strengthen enamel and prevent decay, ensuring that whitening does not compromise dental health.

Unlike traditional whitening toothpastes, which mainly focus on abrasive ingredients to remove stains, advanced formulas provide a more comprehensive approach. They offer both immediate stain removal and long-term whitening benefits, making them more effective for maintaining a bright smile.

Smart Whitening Devices

Smart whitening devices represent the latest innovation in teeth whitening, combining technology with convenience. These devices often come with features such as Bluetooth connectivity, allowing users to control the device and track their progress through a mobile app. Some smart devices also include sensors to monitor the pressure applied to the teeth, ensuring optimal usage and preventing over-whitening.

Mobile apps that accompany smart whitening devices provide personalized treatment plans based on the user’s whitening goals and dental history. They can adjust the intensity and duration of whitening sessions, send reminders, and offer tips for achieving the best results. This level of customization enhances the user experience and effectiveness of the treatment.

Innovative whitening technologies have significantly improved the effectiveness, safety, and convenience of teeth whitening treatments. From the advanced blue light technology to smart whitening devices and enhanced whitening toothpastes, these innovations cater to diverse needs and preferences, making it easier than ever to achieve and maintain a dazzling smile.

Professional vs. Over-the-Counter Whitening

When it comes to teeth whitening, choosing between professional treatments and over-the-counter (OTC) options can be challenging. Each method has its advantages and considerations, depending on individual needs, preferences, and budget.

Professional vs. Over-the-Counter Whitening

AspectProfessional WhiteningOver-the-Counter Whitening
CustomizationTailored to individual needsStandardized for general use
SpeedImmediate results, often within one sessionGradual results, typically over several weeks
EfficacyStronger agents, effective for deep and stubborn stainsMilder agents, suitable for surface stains
SafetySupervised by a dental professional, minimizing risksUser-applied, potential for misuse
AffordabilityHigher cost, potentially better value for significant whiteningLower cost, accessible to a wider audience
Ease of UseRequires dental visits, professional applicationConvenient, can be used at home
VarietyLimited to specific treatments available at dental officesWide range of products (strips, gels, toothpaste, LED kits)
AccessibilityRequires an appointment with a dental professionalAvailable at most pharmacies and online retailers

Advantages of Professional Whitening

Professional whitening treatments are performed under the supervision of a dental professional, ensuring a high level of safety and effectiveness. Some of the key advantages include:

  • Customization: Treatments are tailored to the patient’s specific needs, including the concentration of the whitening agent and the duration of application.
  • Speed: Professional treatments often provide faster results, with significant whitening visible after just one session.
  • Efficacy: Dental professionals use stronger whitening agents that can achieve more dramatic results, effectively treating deeper and more stubborn stains.
  • Safety: The dentist can monitor the treatment process, minimizing the risk of side effects such as tooth sensitivity or gum irritation.

Disadvantages of Professional Whitening

While professional teeth whitening offers several benefits, there are also some drawbacks to consider:

  • Cost: Professional treatments are significantly more expensive than over-the-counter options. The high cost can be a barrier for many individuals, making it less accessible.
  • Time and Convenience: Professional whitening requires appointments with a dental professional, which can be time-consuming. Multiple visits may be necessary, depending on the desired level of whitening.
  • Potential for Sensitivity: Despite advancements in desensitizing agents, some patients may still experience tooth sensitivity and gum irritation. The high concentration of whitening agents can exacerbate these issues.
  • Not Always Permanent: The effects of professional whitening are not permanent and can fade over time. Patients may need touch-up treatments, adding to the overall cost and time commitment.
  • Limited Availability: Access to professional whitening services may be limited in certain areas, particularly in rural or underserved communities. This can make it challenging for some individuals to obtain these treatments.

Advantages of Over-the-Counter Options

Over-the-counter whitening products offer a convenient and cost-effective alternative to professional treatments. They are widely available and easy to use at home. Some benefits include:

  • Affordability: OTC products are generally less expensive than professional treatments, making them accessible to a wider audience.
  • Ease of Use: These products are designed for simple, at-home application, with clear instructions and minimal setup required.
  • Variety: A wide range of OTC products is available, including whitening strips, gels, toothpaste, and LED kits, allowing users to choose the method that best suits their lifestyle and preferences.
  • Accessibility: OTC products can be purchased without a prescription and are available at most pharmacies and online retailers.

Disadvantages of Over-the-Counter Whitening

Over-the-counter (OTC) whitening products offer convenience and affordability, but they also come with their own set of disadvantages:

  • Effectiveness: OTC products generally contain lower concentrations of whitening agents compared to professional treatments, resulting in less dramatic and slower results. Deep and stubborn stains may not be effectively addressed.
  • Potential for Misuse: Without professional supervision, there is a higher risk of improper use. Users may overuse the products, leading to increased tooth sensitivity, gum irritation, and even damage to the enamel.
  • Inconsistent Results: OTC products may not fit or adhere to the teeth as well as custom-fitted trays provided by dental professionals. This can lead to uneven whitening and less satisfactory results.
  • Shorter Duration of Results: The whitening effects of OTC products tend to fade more quickly than professional treatments. Users may need to repeat the process more frequently to maintain their desired level of whiteness.
  • Lack of Personalization: OTC products are designed for general use and do not account for individual variations in tooth structure, stain type, or sensitivity. This one-size-fits-all approach may not be suitable for everyone.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Whitening Method

When deciding between professional and OTC whitening, consider the following factors:

  • Desired Results: Professional treatments may be preferable for those seeking immediate and noticeable results, while OTC options can be suitable for gradual whitening.
  • Budget: OTC products are more budget-friendly, but professional treatments might offer better value in terms of effectiveness and longevity of results.
  • Time Commitment: Professional treatments often require fewer sessions, while OTC products need to be used consistently over a longer period.
  • Tooth Sensitivity: Individuals with sensitive teeth may benefit from professional treatments that include desensitizing agents and customized care.

Conclusion

Achieving a bright, white smile is more attainable than ever with the myriad of teeth whitening options available today. Both professional and over-the-counter whitening treatments have their unique advantages and drawbacks, catering to different needs, budgets, and lifestyles. Professional treatments offer rapid, dramatic results under the supervision of dental professionals, while over-the-counter products provide a convenient and cost-effective alternative for gradual whitening. By understanding the benefits and limitations of each method, individuals can make informed decisions to safely and effectively enhance their smiles. Ultimately, the best whitening approach is one that aligns with personal goals, preferences, and dental health, paving the way for a confident and radiant smile.

Dr. Edward Camacho earned his DDS from the University of Texas Health Science Center. He believes in continuing his education and training and that a dentist’s education should never cease. As a result, he has received extensive training in aesthetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, dental implant placement, orthodontics, computerized dentistry, and laser dentistry. Dr. Camacho’s continued education and completed cosmetic procedures has helped him establish himself as one of San Antonio’s leading cosmetic dentists. He has completed thousands of cosmetic procedures over the span of his 40 year career.

Smile Makeover

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“Staff is great and very accommodating, looking forward to my future smiles!”

Patient was unhappy with small lateral incisors and discoloration of teeth. Smile makeover achieved with 6 porcelain veneers.

Crowns Case 3

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“Expert in action. I have complete confidence in procedures and outcomes. Gentle and courteous. Staff and all workers are delightful.”
Patient had old technology crowns and bonding. Smile restored with porcelain crowns.

Crowns Case 2

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Revision on smile with replacement of porcelain crowns to improve aesthetics.

Whitening + Veneers

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Kor whitening and veneers
Invisalign Before After
Patient presented with crooked teeth and a cuspid (eye tooth) that was very far out of alignment. His teeth were straightened using Invisalign. Total treatment time: 22 months
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Invisalign case Total treatment time: 20 months
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Invisalign Before After
Invisalign Before After
Patient presented with crowded and misaligned teeth. She was treated with Invisalign. A fuller more youthful smile was achieved. Total treatment time: 19 months.
Invisalign Before After
Patient was unhappy with gap and color of his teeth. Smile makeover achieved with Invisalign and KoR Whitening.
Invisalign Before After
Patient was unhappy with the gaps and was also missing anterior tooth – Smile was restored with Invisalign, veneers and a fixed bridge.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
4 minimal prep veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient presented with two front teeth damaged by trauma. Smile makeover achieved with 8 porcelain veneers.
Veneers Case 2 Full Face
Lyndsey is 100% happy with her treatment. She received eight no-prep veneers to whiten her teeth and replace some existing bonding.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with the discoloration of his teeth and the gap in his two front teeth. He whitened his teeth first and then had 4 anterior veneers placed to close the gap.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient had old discolored bonding. Smile enhanced with 4 porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient had 15-year old veneers on her front teeth that were stained and discolored. Old veneers removed and replaced with all porcelain veneers to restore a more youthful and confident smile.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with small lateral incisors and discoloration of teeth. Smile makeover achieved with 6 porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient did not like the unevenness of her teeth and she also felt her teeth were too small. Smile makeover accomplished with no prep veneers. No tooth structure removed and no anesthesia required.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient had old technology crowns and bonding. Smile restored with 2 anterior porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with the gaps and was also missing anterior tooth – Smile was restored with Invisalign, veneers and a fixed bridge.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with small size of teeth and discoloration. Smile makeover achieved with porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with spacing and unevenness in his teeth. Spaces closed and patient given a more masculine smile with no prep veneers. No tooth structure was removed, and no anesthesia required. Accomplished in 2 visits.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient presented with two front teeth damaged by trauma. Smile makeover achieved with 8 porcelain veneers.
Invisalign Before After
Patient was unhappy with gap and color of his teeth. Smile makeover achieved with Invisalign and KoR Whitening.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient was unhappy with small lateral incisors and discoloration of teeth. Smile makeover achieved with 6 porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers Before After
Patient did not like the unevenness of her teeth and she also felt her teeth were too small. Smile makeover accomplished with no prep veneers. No tooth structure removed and no anesthesia required.