Have you considered making changes to your smile? It might be hard to imagine what the final result will be.
Take a look at some of these before-and-after photos of actual patients treated by Dr. Anis Elkhechen... and imagine the possibilities for your own smile!
This patient came to our office and her main concern was that she was very unhappy with her smile. The patient did not like the crowding in her upper teeth and how several teeth in the front were different colors. We did some cosmetic work on the four upper front teeth to give the patient the beautiful smile she wanted. The patient was ecstatic!
This patient came to the office with one of her biggest complaints being that she didn't like her front teeth because they were discolored. The patient had large existing fillings on her two front teeth that were failing. Also, her front 4 teeth did not have correct proportions of length to width, which made them a natural appearance. In order to help fix the problem of the two front teeth with large failing fillings and create the proper proportions and dimensions for a beautiful and natural smile, we placed 4 crowns on the upper front 4 teeth
This patient's main concern when she first came into the office was that she did not like how dark her front tooth was compared to the rest. In addition, the patient had never whitened her teeth before and felt like they used to be whiter in the past. We first did in-office whitening on her until she was happy with the result and then we placed a crown on the front tooth that perfectly matched her newly whitened teeth. What a big change for the patient!
Here is an example of a patient who overall has teeth and gums that are in good shape, but as you can see has some decay on a few of the front teeth and a chipped front tooth. The patient wasn't happy with the darkness of the front teeth due to the decay and the chipped front tooth. The patient already had some large existing fillings present on the front teeth. We had to place two crowns on the front teeth to preserve the strength. A tooth colored filling was placed on the lateral incisor to finish the smile due ...
This patient had come to me after 4 years of knowing her personally. She confided in me that she suffered from bulimia for many years prior. Bulimia is a debilitating disease and if it occurs for a substantial period of time, destroys the back of your upper teeth because the acid from vomiting erodes the healthy enamel away. The patient became very concerned when she started noticing that her two front teeth on the top were becoming shorter than the rest and she could tell they were eroding away. I really wanted to help her get her self-esteem and confidence ...
Pay attention to how crowded the lower teeth are in this before/after picture where the upper and lower teeth are separated. Notice the greatly improved alignment of the lower teeth in the after photo!