View some of the amazing smile transformations from our team.
Mr. I had always been unhappy and self-conscious about his smile and had been considering a smile design for many years. He finally decided to make the leap and the results turned out amazingly! To be minimally conservative, we performed veneers from teeth #5 to 10 and then the patient was missing tooth #12 so we placed a bridge from #11 to 13. The patient also had cavities on his posterior molars which called for crowning teeth #3 and 14. He was one happy patient, as you can see from the final result!
Mr. R was very unhappy with his smile. He had been thinking of doing a smile design for quite a while and finally decided to go forwards with the redesign. We recommended gum surgery to recontour the gingiva into ideal position prior to the redesign but the patient elected to move forward without this procedure, which was a compromise. We performed a combination of crowns and veneers from teeth #5 to 12 to give the patient the ideal smile he always wanted. The highly aesthetic crowns and veneers, in this case, are highly detailed and aesthetic to mimic the natural contours of teeth.
Mr. A was born with irregularly shaped lateral incisors and spacing of his teeth. After discussing the option of implants/bridges to give him his ideal smile, he elected to fabricate 2 anterior bridges. The diagnostic wax-up design was created and used as a guide to give him the ideal smile he had always dreamed of having. The results speak for themselves!
Mr. A was unhappy with the spacing of his teeth. Fortunately INVISALIGN exists and was a great option for this case. He was in aligners for 6 months of treatment and the patient had the result he had always desired!
Mr. R had an old bridge fabricated in India and he was unhappy with the aesthetics. He was getting married soon and he wanted a more natural shape of the teeth to look very nice for his wedding photos. He needed Scaling and root planing to clean his teeth and then he performed an in-office whitening. We then performed the smile design. He was very happy with the results!
Mr. O had extensive wear of his maxillary anterior teeth due to years of acid erosion and grinding. His teeth had discolored significantly and he was looking for a brighter smile. He placed crowns on his maxillary 6 teeth from canine to canine to protect them structurally long-term and to give them a uniform color.
Mr. M was unhappy with the discolorations and irregular pattern of his front 4 teeth. He had a large diastema in between #8 and 9 and had composite restorations placed to close the gap. We decided to place veneers on the lateral incisors #7, 10 and crowns on #8 and 9.
Mrs. S came into the office with broken front teeth. She was unable to smile because of the way she presented. We restored #8 and 9 with Composite (tooth-colored) restorations. The shade selection was a great match so her finished result looked perfectly natural. She left very happy knowing she can confidently smile again.