Whether you are missing one or several teeth, dental implants are a proven, permanent solution that most closely mimics the look and function of your natural teeth.
Botox is the only FDA-approved product to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown and forehead lines and crow’s feet, Botox can also improve the appearance of a “gummy” or “uneven” smile.” Our doctors are Allergan-trained in the administration of Botox Cosmetic.
As we age, our skin and lips lose their fullness, and the muscles around the mouth change and we start to develop fine lines around the mouth. The loss of volume around our lips and the lines that form around the mouth are among the earliest signs of aging.
Dental veneers, crowns, and bridges can improve teeth that are either too small, misshapen, discolored, crooked, or even missing. Veneers are a porcelain restoration that is permanently bonded to the teeth to improve their appearance, which creates a more symmetrical and aesthetically pleasing smile.
Unexpected dental emergencies can be troublesome. Our doctors will make it a priority to see emergency cases as soon as possible. Our team at Smile Theory understands that dental emergencies occur during and after office hours, and we are dedicated to ensuring your needs are addressed promptly.
These more natural-looking fillings are often referred to as “resin composites.” Composite fillings can be placed both in the front or the back of your mouth, depending on the location and extent of the problem within the tooth.
In some cases, whether it’s to create space for other teeth or sometimes as a last-resort solution to an either severely damaged or infected tooth, a tooth may need to be removed. Extractions can be comfortable and painless. Our doctors will review options for replacing your missing teeth and ensuring your experience is pain-free.
Protecting your smile while playing sports is essential. Injuries to the mouth and jaw are among the most common injuries suffered by athletes. Mouthguards help to protect your teeth and gums.
Plaque is constantly forming on our teeth and around our gums. Sometimes, due to certain medical conditions, the plaque may harden and start to form deep beneath your gum tissues and around your bone and cause periodontal disease.
Using the most advanced dental technology is just as important as staying up to date on the latest treatment techniques. Our practice is dedicated to providing you with the safest and most convenient treatment available.
All types of dentures are customized to your mouth and designed to rest comfortably on the existing teeth and gums, and can help to restore the natural contours of the cheeks, lips, and face. If you are missing a few or all of your teeth, you may be a candidate for a partial or complete denture.
Experiencing sudden, intense dental pain? A root canal is a relatively painless treatment that aims at clearing infection as well as protecting the tooth from subsequent infections. Our doctors will determine whether root canal treatment is indicated for you and will ensure you receive excellent care.