Which Type of Dental Patient Are You?

Which Type of Dental Patient Are You?

There are a number of people who are looking for the perfect smile -- and that means something different for each person. While we pride ourselves on offering a regimen of care that's uniquely tailored to each dental patient, most of them fall under three general types. With the breadth of services that we offer, we are glad to be able to help so many find the smile that they desire.

People looking for an end to dental problems
For a variety of reasons -- from poor oral hygiene to unexpected accidents to genetic traits -- many people suffer from mouth pain and sensitivity. We get to help people by alleviating that pain so that their smile becomes genuine, no longer hiding unnecessary pain. By replacing old fillings with better materials, providing desensitizing procedures, and offering comfortable dental cleanings along with nutritional counseling, we do our best to not only make your smile better, but also give you better reasons to smile.

People who want improved functionality
The structure and alignment of our teeth has a great deal to do with how we speak and eat. Often, teeth that have grown out of alignment or have been damaged can result in lisping or whistling, and can even be detrimental to proper chewing. We strive to provide our clients with teeth that are not only good-looking, but are also efficient and effective for everyday needs. For this type of patient, crowns, bridges, implants, and dentures offer a variety of solutions that have consistently proven to improve structure and function.

People who just want to look better
Even if they possess a smile that's pain-free and functional, ultimately, each of our clients wants a smile they love to see in the mirror. To provide the greatest enhancements in appearance, we provide porcelain laminates, reshaping procedures. teeth whitening, and access to excellent orthodontic care.

Whether we're helping someone through a painful period or helping them have a stronger bite, ultimately, we just want to produce some truly great smiles. Smiles, after all, are an art form, and we take great pride in our art. For each of our clients, we consider the shape and coloration of your face, as well as your unique personality traits in order to craft a smile that would make the Mona Lisa proud.

Do any of these patient portraits remind you of yourself or someone close to you? Contact us today, and let's talk about how we can help you achieve your perfect smile.

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