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Smile Make Over

Smiling with confidence makes you feel great. A beautiful smile is also an important social and professional asset. Yet there are many people who avoid showing their teeth in public or in photographs because they don't like what they see. If that describes you, then why not start the process of getting the smile you've always wanted with a smile makeover?

A smile makeover goes beyond simply responding to dental problems as they arise. It's a comprehensive smile-rejuvenation plan that's uniquely suited to your own facial features and aesthetic preferences. The results can be quite dramatic — both in terms of how your will look and how you will feel. 

Take a Look

The makeover process is all about giving you the smile you want and deserve. Take a good look at your smile and note what you like and don't like about it. Some questions you can ask yourself are:

  • Are your teeth as white as you'd like them to be?

  • Are any teeth chipped, cracked or worn?

  • Does your smile have a gummy appearance?

  • Do your teeth seem too large or small?

  • Do you like the alignment and spacing of your teeth

  • Are you self-conscious about crookedness or gaps?


(Patient front teeth chipped and stained. )


Layered Zirconia Crowns


(Restored patient's smile with crowns canine to canine, #6-#11)

Share Your Thoughts 

Communication is an extremely important part of the smile makeover process. It helps if you describe what you would like to change in as much detail as possible. Bring along pictures of smiles you like, or of how your own smile used to look. Dr. Moser or Dr. Matthews will have some thoughts to share with you as well. Dentists are trained to look at smiles in terms of facial balance. In other words, a dentist will look not only at how the elements of a smile (teeth, lips and gums) relate to each other, but also how they blend in with the face as a whole.

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