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Smiles, Lives and Self-Confidence
"I loved getting to work with Chyenne and create her dream smile and it's so fun to see her posting about it! Watch her story and be inspired."
~ Dr. Marvin Berlin
What Is Cosmetic Dentistry?
The Experience and Care You Deserve
Cosmetic dentistry is the combination of different treatment options with the primary objective of improving your smile and your oral health. These treatment options include teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, and porcelain crowns. A good cosmetic dentist looks at all aspects of your oral health in order to determine the best course of action in helping you get the smile you have always wanted. Plus, in our current culture a straight, white, beautiful smile is associated with beauty, health, social status, and even intelligence.
Cosmetic dentistry can help you if your teeth are less than perfect. We can remove stains, cover chips, close gaps and even replace lost teeth. We can help restore your confidence along with your smile.
See How Dr. Berlin and Cosmetic Dentistry Changed These Two Beautiful Ladies Lives
Case Study #1
After Spending Her Whole Life With Brown Teeth, She Got A New Smile and a New Life
Probably the #1 shade complaint we get, is to eliminate Tetracycline Stained teeth. With this nice patient, she had spent her entire life with brown teeth and she was ready for an upgrade. She told me that, now, she can’t quit going over to the mirror and looking to see if it is really her!
Patient Centered Service
Each New Smile Is A Changed Life
Case Study #2
From A Missing Tooth To A Beautiful Smile
This sweet patient lost her front tooth in high school three years ago and has been patiently waiting to get her implant and new smile. A big thank you to my partner, Dr. Jeff Lynch for the perfectly placed implant allowing us to replace her tooth in an esthetically pleasing fashion. Three Porcelain Veneers and one Implant-supported Porcelain Crown.
The Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry
Most procedures that fall into the category of cosmetic dentistry are considered elective. Why would one invest in a treatment that will have no effect on their overall oral health? Because they want to feel good about their smile. Multiple studies have demonstrated the power of an attractive smile, from a stronger professional image to higher social confidence. The more a person likes their smile, they more the express it and, the more a person smiles, the more benefits they gain. Plus, in our current culture a straight, white, beautiful smile is associated with beauty, health, social status, and even intelligence.
Cosmetic dentistry treatment eliminates the need to hide teeth that are less than perfect. By removing stains, covering chips or other damage, closing gaps, and even replacing lost teeth; cosmetic dentistry can help you have complete confidence in your smile.