A smile is the universal communicator. A smile can lift your spirits and is as essential to your good well-being as a healthy diet. Whether you are young or young at heart, our goal is to help you have your best smile for life.
At GreatSmiles, we offer a comprehensive approach to our dental care, knowing that your oral health has a direct effect on your overall health.
In addition to your general health, our doctors focus on 4 main aspects:
- Your teeth
- Your gums and the underlying bone that supports the teeth
- Your bite and how your teeth function
- Your aesthetics
In our office, your smile is the result of an integration of health and beauty. Our concern extends so much more beyond healthy teeth. Below are just some of the procedures and services we regularly provide our patients – with a gentle touch, and stunning results. Your healthy smile is our first priority, and this is something we can all smile about.
Professional Dental Services Offered:
Here at GreatSmiles, we are perfectionists. We take pride in ensuring that we cater to our patients’ needs and desires. We are responsible for both aesthetic and restorative aspects of dentistry, and we do our best to greatly increase our patients’ satisfaction with their smile.
Our 7-Step Smile Makeover Plan helps us work with our patients to ensure that we achieve the superstar smile that they have always dreamed of.
- Aesthetic Interview & Smile Evaluation
- Records & Photos
- Bite Analysis
- Smile Design
- Function Test
- Say Cheese!
- Adjustments & Maintenance
One of the main benefits of healthy teeth is an improved self-image so you can smile brightly and with confidence. New and improved technology now enables you to achieve your best smile without the cost and expense typically associated with dental work.
Above all, GreatSmiles is dedicated to the prevention of dental disease. An effective prevention regimen is the result of a healthy collaboration between the patient and dentist (including dental staff), which includes routine dental visits and healthy oral hygiene habits at home.
Dental disease and breakage is a fact of life and sometimes repairs need to be made. Luckily, teeth restoration is safer and less painful than ever before as well, and patients have a plethora of options available to them on their path to a healthy smile.
Did you know that 50% of American adults have some form of periodontal disease? Also called simply “gum disease,” this is a result of untreated bacterial growth attacking the tissue that surrounds teeth, and may eventually result in tooth loss. Since it is usually painless, regular dental visits are required for early detection.
The primary goal of orthodontic dentistry is to correct irregularities in the teeth and jaws through the use of fixed braces or removable dental appliances such as Invisalign. More than a simple cosmetic issue, misaligned teeth are more prone to developing periodontal disease.
We work at the level of each child, knowing that regardless of age, each of them will react differently to the dental environment. We strive to provide a relaxing, informative, and most importantly, enjoyable positive experience for each dental visit, knowing that attitudes that develop at this age will carry over for life.
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