If you are researching smile redesigns, you have probably heard claims that cosmetic dentistry can provide you with a ‘perfect smile’ or a ‘celebrity smile.’ Are these superlatives simply exaggerations? We invite you to judge for yourself.
Call 703-360-5881 to schedule a no-pressure smile makeover consultation with Drs. Geren & Mady of Mt. Vernon Center For Dentistry. You can discuss your smile makeover goals and see before and after photographs of actual patients. Drs. Geren & Mady can show you what your new smile could look like.
A smile makeover involves multiple procedures which may include the following:
A dental implant is a metal (usually titanium) rod implanted into the bone to replace the missing root of a tooth that has been extracted. The crown and supporting structure are securely attached to the post.
Orthodontic choices include traditional metal or ceramic braces, ‘behind-the-teeth’ (lingual) braces, and clear aligners.
If you had cavities in the past, you may have old amalgam fillings. White fillings match your surrounding teeth, significantly beautifying your smile without crowns.
There are many different kinds of crowns that serve different purposes. We carry out a thorough examination to ensure the crown you get is perfect for you and your smile.
Inlays/onlays are indirect fillings, which means that they are constructed in a lab and placed whole on the tooth. A traditional direct filling is applied to the tooth while the material is malleable and then shaped by the dentist. Where possible, an inlay or an onlay can be a less-invasive replacement for a complete crown.
Veneers can repair chips, cracks, minor tooth misalignment, tooth discoloration, unattractive tooth shape, and disproportionate tooth size.
There is nothing like a fantastic white smile to give you ultimate confidence.
Dentists use bonding to fix tooth issues caused by decay, chips, or cracks. Large spaces between healthy teeth can be filled with bonding material, and bonding can guard tooth roots if the gums have pulled back.
Just one slightly misshapen tooth can downgrade the aspects of a smile even if all the other teeth have a positive appearance.
If you have a gumline that is too low or too high and detracts from the presentation, gum contouring can reshape the gumline and beautify your smile.
‘Perfect smiles’ are possible—but don’t just take our word for it. Come see our smile gallery and judge for yourself.