I made a Maryland bridge and helped restore a young women’s smile read more →
Exposed roots: It can happen to any one. She has meticulous dental hygiene. I know for certain she sees the hygienist every six months because she grew up in our practice. None the less, this problem of exposed roots and inflamed tissue developed. Some people they have minimal gum tissue around their teeth. Other people.. read more →
Small incisors: Small incisors or peg laterals or lateral incisors is a common problem which people like their dentist to address. Melissa’s lateral incisors (the teeth next to two front teeth) were very small. We opted to place crowns on her teeth following orthodontic treatment. Melissa had orthodontic treatment in our office when she was.. read more →
Adult orthodontics: Adults Orthodontics in your 40’s can make a new smile for the rest of your life. Our patient came to our office for many years. Then one day she said let’s do it. I want my teeth straight. Her teeth were very crowded. You couldn’t see her lateral incisors (those are the teeth next.. read more →
Slipped on ice.
A Northeast Winter: Our patient slipped on ice on her driveway this winter. It happens. She arrived in our office with two front teeth broken and a kitchen cloth with some ice cubes to her lip to keep the swelling down. I took pictures when she arrived at the office but I promised not to show it to any one. Although..
She said its time: It is never to late for braces. She always wanted straight teeth. This photo is from the BIG DAY when we took the braces off. We gave a big round of applause to her for her commitment and good sense of humor she brought to the office at each visit. It.. read more →
Start to finish Everyone look, no braces. This was the big day for this 13 year old. No braces! We just took her orthodontic brackets off her teeth. We were able to help her have a great smile with timely intervention. We started her treatment when she was 11 years old. Her teeth were crowded.. read more →
I need a new smile: A new start in life with a new smile. This gentleman came to our office earlier in the year. He said he needed some help in the smiling department. We used an all porcelain pressed ceramic called Empress. Empress is the premier product for making crowns for the front teeth. .. read more →