Cosmetic Dentist Boston, Brookline MA
- Begins with having the right team in place; highly skilled professionals that are passionate about what they do.
- Choosing only the finest dental laboratories. The master ceramist is an artist that not only provides the absolute highest quality porcelain veneers, crowns, and implants during restoration, but uses their artistic ability to create life-like teeth.
- Utilizing only the highest quality dental materials.
- Carefully selecting and incorporating the latest technology.
- “Getting Fit”, establishing a baseline of your current oral health.
First, we’ll address any immediate concerns and establish a current oral health baseline. This will involve a review of your medical and dental history, a clinical examination, and any necessary x-rays, molds of your teeth, or photographs. Once completed, you will receive a summary of our findings and a treatment plan.
- “Looking Great”, Digital Smile Design
Cosmetic dentistry is what we live for! Fixing a broken tooth is necessary, relieving someone from pain is vital; but creating a beautiful smile for someone will change a person’s life. That is what gives us the passion to do what we do! We have seen the transformation change lives once they have a new, revitalized smile. Look at our photo gallery, you will see it’s not just in their smile, it’s in their eyes. Again, we always start with what it is you are looking to achieve with your new smile. Then we will digitally design and plan your new smile. Your treatment may involve tooth whitening, porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, dental implants, or bonding.
- “Staying Fit”, preserving one’s smile for a lifetime.
Everything starts with home care, brushing, flossing, and eating right. Next, your hygienist will map out a plan on how often you should come in for cleanings, x-rays, and doctor examinations. If you are prone to decay, you may need fluoride treatment, or sealants. If you play sports, you may require a sports guard. If you grind your teeth, you may require a night guard. As dental restorations age and wear, you may periodically need to replace your fillings and crowns.