Jay never liked his worn mismatched smile. I approach dentistry from an artistic view. I have the ability to visualize the smile you deserve.
During this step I draw my vision. The photograph allows me to examine and plan the treatment. I designed a more flowing, unworn smile.
This is when I show the patient the final wax-up. Alterations in shape are addressed at this time. I then meet with a team of specialist to explore all the options for our treatment plan.
Temporaries allow me to customize the treatment plan in the mouth. During the temporary stage, speech, chewing and shape are addressed. I want to address the color and refine the shape of the temporaries.
By this time I have completed your case five times. First by visualizing, second by drawing, third with the wax-up, fourth by temporizing, and finally by cementing the bonding, crowns or veneers. Jay now has the confidence to smile.