Do you long for a smile you can be proud to show off? Maybe you've been putting it off because you just don't know what that would involve or how certain changes would look in your mouth. At Springbrook Family Dentistry, we've helped many patients achieve beautiful smile transformations, and we can help you, too. Please take a look at some photos of our real patients and the results we've achieved for them.
This patient had a lot of crowding of her lower front teeth along with chipped and misshapen teeth that occured due to the poor alignment of her teeth. She spent 5 months in Invisalign treatment after which we placed porcelain veneers on her four top front teeth. She was thrilled with the result and so are we!
This case took about 5 months of treatment time and resulted in a great resolution of the patient's lower crowding.
Our patient completed a little over one year of Invisalign treatment followed by Kor Whitening at home and in-office treatment to finish with an absolutely gorgeous smile!
Dark teeth can be hard to get significantly whiter, which is why our office now offers KöR Whitening. This patient underwent 2 weeks of nighttime bleaching followed by a one hour in-office session to get a much brighter smile!
Our patient unfortunately lost her tooth due to a fracture that split it completely in half. We were able to place an implant and restore it to blend in well with her natural teeth.
This patient was congenitally missing his adult tooth so he'd been wearing a removable retainer since he was 7! Unfortunately he was not a great candidate for a dental implant so we made a Maryland bridge. This is a conservative method for replacing a tooth to minimize drilling the nearby teeth. While a Maryland bridge may only work in certain situations, they can turn out great with proper planning!
This patient was in a car accident many years ago that caused her to lose many of her front teeth. While we would have loved to be able to place implants, she didn't have enough bone due to the accident. We placed a large bridge instead that allows the patient to smile naturally and be able to chew well as a great alternative.
Gaps between teeth are called diastemas. Eva from Elma requested we close her diastemas with bonding to give her a beautiful smile!
This young woman had one tooth longer than the other that her orthodontist was unable to correct. We bonded onto the shorter one to get two beautiful teeth of the same length!