SERVING BUXTON, MAINE AS YOUR FAMILY, GENERAL, AND COSMETIC DENTIST
You can look good and have a healthy smile. Most people who are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth do not realize the numerous ways cosmetic dentistry can heal a smile. Cosmetic dentistry can correct crooked teeth, spaces between your teeth, stained or discolored teeth, chipped teeth, broken or missing teeth and “gummy” smiles. Dr. Doyon creates a customized treatment plan especially for you, based on your age, goals, and financial comfort level.
Q: I just want my smile to look good. What are some options to help the appearance of my smile?
A: You are not alone. Most people want to have a nice smile since it is the first thing others notice about you. You may be interested in a few minor adjustments, or you may have concerns that need more attention. Some smiles can be enhanced with simple whitening or bonding treatments. Other smiles need porcelain veneers, crowns, or bridges; gum contouring; periodontal therapy; or, a combination of all these techniques. Dr. Doyon will suggest a treatment plan for you based on your goals, your areas of concern, and the overall condition of your oral health. Contact Tory Hill Dental for a complimentary smile evaluation to determine what course of action will produce the best solution for you.
Veneers provide a conservative approach to cosmetic dentistry that makes a dramatic difference in the appearance of your teeth.
You can now have tooth-colored fillings instead of silver fillings, resulting in a brighter, whiter smile.
If you are happy with the alignment and spacing of your teeth, a tooth-whitening procedure may be all that separates you from a dazzling smile.
The placement of tooth-colored resin to correct chipped and broken teeth, discolored teeth, and in some cases, spaces between teeth.
When teeth are missing, your smile undergoes significant changes. A porcelain bridge keeps your smile aligned and your bite functional.
Many people with “gummy” smiles do not know that there are treatments available to cosmetically enhance the look of your gums
Sometimes called “caps,” porcelain crowns are customized for you, covering broken, cracked, or discolored teeth.