Full Smile Makeover

Update your smile with a new and improved look! A lot of times, there's not simply one thing marring your confidence and oral health. There may be a list of issues you'd like to address. Consider a Full Mouth Smile Makeover to handle your health and cosmetic concerns all at once!

A Whole New Smile

A Full Mouth Smile Makeover means different things for different people, but the effect is the same—when we’re done, you’ll have a brand-new smile that you’re happy to show off! We’ll start by addressing your oral health concerns, like tooth decay and gum issues. Once your mouth is healthy, we’ll work on improving how your smile looks.

 

Do I Need a Full Mouth Smile Makeover?

Ultimately, this depends on you. Full Mouth Smile Makeovers are for patients seeking a complete dental overhaul. Usually, the patients looking for a full mouth smile makeover have multiple issues they’re trying to solve. Any issues relating to oral health like jaw and bite alignment, root canals, or periodontal therapy will be taken care of as we plan for cosmetic procedures like crowns, veneers, implants, teeth whitening, and Invisalign clear braces.

As well as the improvements to your oral health, a smile makeover can do wonders for your comfort and confidence. If you have stained, chipped, cracked, or misshapen teeth, you may not be quick to smile for pictures. With our help, the next time you pose for a family photo, you’ll be glad to show off your new pearly whites!

Make-Overs

Kathy
Kathy
Neuromuscular Therapy & Crowns
Eric
Eric
Porcelain Veneers
Kim
Kim
TMJ Noise
Christy
Christy
Migraines and Headaches

Veneers

Veneers are the ideal way to reshape your teeth to give you a straight and beautiful smile. Veneers quickly straighten your teeth without the hassle of braces.

Tooth Colored Fillings

Tooth-colored fillings, or composite resin fillings, give your newly repaired teeth a natural appearance, as opposed to a typical silver amalgam filling, which can mar your smile with unsightly dark spots, depending on which teeth have been filled.

Apart from the cosmetic benefits of composite resin, there are also health benefits to steering clear of silver fillings. First of all, silver fillings are made with mercury, which can expose you in small amounts should your teeth become damaged or decayed again. Also, being made of metal, silver fillings run the risk of fracturing your teeth by expanding, which can cause decay through leakage into the new opening.

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