How many times a day do you smile? Smiles are vital in your everyday life. They create essential relationships: business relationships, personal relationships, and that most important relationship of all—your relationship with yourself. Your smile doesn’t just show that you’re happy—your smile makes you happy. Or it should.
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, a more appropriate question might be: how many times do you want to smile, but don’t?
Cosmetic Dentistry Done Right
Cosmetic dentistry is the art and science of ensuring that your smile looks beautiful. Because looking good is an essential function of your smile, cosmetic dentistry is as important as any other type of dentistry, and if you’re going to get it—you want to get it done right. That way your smile will be ready for all the special occasions in your life, like a wedding or public appearance.
We offer many different cosmetic dentistry procedures, including:
In Savannah, Beyond Exceptional Dentistry is what we do, including cosmetic dentistry. People travel from around the world to enjoy our world-class dentistry. Here’s why.
Cosmetic dentistry, first and foremost, has to look great. Our smile gallery speaks for itself. We encourage you to take a look at those examples of our work and see with your own eyes the results we are capable of getting for our patients. And for every example on our website, we have dozens more that we can show you during your consultation. We are proud of all our work and we are happy to show it off.
Not all dentists are capable of great cosmetic dentistry. It’s a question of technology, training, and talent.
We have invested in some of the best technology available in cosmetic dentistry, equipment that allows us to do things that would have seemed impossible. But it’s more than just an investment for us, it’s an innovation. Many of the technologies we use—like The Fountain of Youth Denture®—we have developed either wholly or in part ourselves. Another important technology we use is Tekscan, a digital bite measurement that allows us to see just how much pressure is being put on every tooth and every restoration. This allows us to balance the forces and protect your teeth and restorations from damage and wear.