A picture is worth a thousand words, but when we satisfy and delight our patients with beautiful smiles, it is worth even more! Changing lives with beautiful, reliable dentistry gives us the greatest satisfaction imaginable and is one of our favorite parts of what we do. Take a moment to browse our before and after photos and imagine the possibilities when it comes to your own smile!
This patient came in with a large 4 unit gold bridge connected to her wisdom tooth. She lost the teeth many years ago so the bone narrowed to the point where implants wouldn't fit. We had to augment the bone to create some width so we could get implants to fit. The implants were restored with custom abutments and zirconia crowns.
Ryan swore he would never see another dentist after having bad experience after bad experience. Luckily we were able to turn around his view on dentistry. His poorly restored front tooth was his primary complaint. After we addressed that he was nothing but smiles!!!!
This is Laura. She had her lower teeth reconstructed over 20 years ago with implants and a fixed denture. She had been unhappy with the appearance for quite some time and was ready for a new set.
This patient has been with the practice for 3 years now. She has been unhappy with her upper front teeth ever since. She recently had a baby and has been waiting to get the treatment done so she would love what she saw in the mirror. After in-office whitening and then whitening some more at home we got her to a shade she was happy with. We did composite veneers on the middle two teeth and lengthened the lateral incisors with some composite. She was ecstatic with the results!!!!
This patient was unhappy with the appearance of her front teeth. After removing and replacing the old bonding and some esthetic recontouring of the teeth the results gave this patient her confidence back.
This is Tina. Tina has been missing teeth on her left side for quite some time. We placed two implants on the upper left which were then restored with zirconia abutments and a zirconia bridge. She was very happy with the results and is excited to get her other two implants placed on the right side.
This patient had a large overbite that never really seemed to bother him but his wife really wanted him to straighten his teeth. He is extremely happy with the outcome. Some of the added benefits of Invisalign treatment are improved hygiene and eliminating food traps from between teeth. When teeth are lined up properly they are much easier to keep clean.
In this case a combination of veneers and bleaching were used to correct tetracycline staining and tooth wear and misalignment. The outcome was a beautiful and natural smile.
In this case we closed some black triangles (spacing between teeth due to recession) and addressed some slight discoloration with 6 upper anterior veneers and tooth bleaching.
This patient has been with the practice for 20+ years. She's always had the most radiant smile. Even though her smile was beautiful, as her 50th birthday was approaching she wanted to have that perfect smile. We started with re-positioning the misaligned teeth by doing Invisalign. We then whitened her teeth and finished off by restoring the worn edges with some esthetic bonding. She was extremely happy with the results.
This case is an example of how veneers can correct a mild misalignment of teeth and a discrepancy in their shape and size. We achieved a beautiful and natural looking final outcome that the patient was thrilled with.
This patient had some wear on the upper anterior teeth due to bruxism (grinding) and was not happy with the overall appearance of the smile. Veneers on the anterior 6 upper teeth along with teeth whitening significantly changed the appearance of the smile and gave this person the confidence to smile big where ever they went.
Heather presented to the practice with two broken teeth. They were actively infected and had been bothering her for quite some time. We removed the teeth and grafted the sockets with bone graft material. After healing for 4 months two implants were placed. The implants were allowed to integrate (heal) for 3 months before the abutment (connection to the implant) and crowns were delivered.