Smile Goals – What Are Your Smile Goals?

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We would love to help you achieve Smile goals!

Do you want to smile with confidence and without fear? A great smile is the most empowering, life-changing gift that we provide our patients. A wonderful smile only enhances your natural beauty and charm. While we provide a full suite of general and family dentistry and Parkview Dental, the most dramatic changes come from our cosmetic patients who come to see us. Sometimes it is to fix an issue that has recently become a concern, other times the patient finally decides to address a cosmetic issue they have struggled with for a long time.

Our cosmetic dentistry patients start the process with a one-on-one smile consultation with Dr. Schmidt. During the consultation, we will conduct a dental exam and discuss your goals and hopes. This process is important for us to understand what YOU want and value for your smile. Then we will review the best options for you and what needs to be done to create the smile of your dreams.

Here are some of the services that can help your smile goals:

Teeth Whitening: Professional and safe in-office teeth whitening treatments give you a movie-star-style smile in about an hour. Treatment is comfortable and right here in our office. Professional prescription-strength whitening formula will make your teeth several shades brighter and we will even send you home with custom trays and whitening gel to maintain your new white smile!

Porcelain Veneers: Veneers are a popular and well-known way to cover discoloration, cracks and chips.Porcelain veneers are custom and can help reshape each individual tooth, close small gaps and make a row of crooked teeth look even.

Crowns: Dental crownscan cover the front, top, and sides of cracked or decayed teeth. New technology allows us to match the color of your other teeth to recreate a functional, good-looking tooth, that will blend in with the rest of your smile.

Bridges: A dental bridge is a series of several dental crowns held together in the mouth to replace missing teeth. Crowns and bridges are permanently cemented into the mouth to the surrounding teeth.

Dental Implants: A missing tooth can be embarrassing and cause problems chewing. If you have a missing tooth or teeth a dental implant may be for you! Implants replace a missing tooth root, and then a dental crown can be added to a single implant. For patients missing more than one tooth, an appliance can be added, such as a bridge or denture, to hold several dental implants in place.

Learn more about our Cosmetic Services.

Dr. Brandon Schmidt | 15-January-2021

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