Jaime came to the office and was in need of having her old crown work replaced as it had begun to discolor and breakdown over time. When planning for the new smile she also wanted to be sure we could use a newer and brighter shade of crown material compared to what was used in the past. After replacing the old crowns with the new ones, she couldn’t be happier with the result and her new bright white smile!
Margaret came to our office unhappy with the shape and chipped edges of her upper front teeth. After discussing options, she decided on having minimal prep porcelain veneers placed to take care of the shape issues as well as the chipped edges. Now she’s all smiles and says she can’t believe that there wasn’t any pain!
Courtney came to our office seeking porcelain veneers to upgrade her composite bonding. She had composite bonding placed after her orthodontic treatment to mask the spaces between her teeth. Now with the composites in disrepair she was ready to talk the next step, porcelain veneers. She is now full of confidence and absolutely thrilled now with her new smile.
Dan presented to our office seeking a change in his smile after having his current veneers for 25+ years. After some orthodontics and new porcelain crowns, we were able to stabilize his bite and freshen up the esthetics to give him a new and updated look. As porcelain ages, the luster can become dull in appearance. The new porcelain glistens and appears more like natural tooth structure.
Lucy was a current patient of the practice, and after seeing the other cosmetic transformations that we had performed in our Smile Gallery she decided she wanted to discuss potential options for her smile. After the placement of dental implants, we were able to restore her smile with a porcelain bridge.
Tinna came to our office for a second opinion on the esthetics of her smile. She already had dental implants in place and wanted to know the options in order to achieve a uniform blend and high end esthetics. We were able to use her current dental implants and fabricate an over denture to obtain the uniformity and smooth transition from the front of her smile all the way to the back.
Todd came to our office in search of a way to update his smile. He was unhappy with the worn edges and spacing that had developed over time between his teeth. After discussing all of his options he decided to go with composite veneers. After a quick gum lift, bite adjustment and composite filling material he now has a gorgeous new smile to show off. This is an example of minimally invasive dentistry for a life changing transformation.
Weston had recently finished orthodontics and was unhappy with the composite bonding on his front tooth. After discussing multiple options, he decided to go with professional whitening and porcelain veneers to round out his smile. He is thrilled with the new brighter shade and smile.
Brendan came to our office to discuss long term solutions for her two front teeth. She had composite bonding done previously but they were constantly chipping and breaking. She wanted something that would go in and last for a longer period of time. After adjusting her bite to change the functional chewing patterns and placing two new porcelain veneers she is thrilled with her new smile. The new porcelain veneers blend seamlessly into her smile and are virtually un-noticeable.
Joey came to the office wanting to close the spaces between his front teeth. With his upcoming wedding, he wanted a new smile for the big day. After discussing options, he decided to go with no-prep composite veneers to close the spaces. This was accomplished without anesthetic and he was thrilled with his new conservative smile makeover.
Kate presented to the office after her ortho was finished to discuss options for her peg lateral incisors. She ultimately chose to go with two no-prep composite veneers. These were completed without drilling and without anesthetic. This was a win-win for everyone. She loves her new smile and new found confidence!
Lisa came to our office after not being at the dentist for 20 years. She was ready to change her smile, feeling that it was too narrow and small. After a gum lift, bite adjustment, whitening and a combination of dental implants, porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns and No-Prep veneers, she couldn’t be happier with her new smile.
Kim traveled all the way from Indiana to have treatment after seeing the work Dr. Sisler completed on a family member. Kim’s teeth had severe wear due to the old style metal to porcelain crowns that were placed on her teeth 40 years ago. She was ready to have her bite restored to regain the lost function and also upgrade the esthetics and shade of her teeth. With a full mouth reconstruction of porcelain crowns, she has a smile to withstand the test of time.
Sarah came to the office for a cosmetic evaluation for a previous old composite bonding. She was dissatisfied with the shade, shape and position of the tooth. After discussing options she chose to have the composite replaced with a composite veneer. She is ecstatic with the results and was thrilled this procedure could be completed in one visit.
Sheila came to our office for esthetic treatment after a ice-skating accident. She wanted her teeth to appear natural and blend with her current teeth. She made the long trek all the way from Georgia in order to have her treatment completed. Following treatment with a dental implant, porcelain crowns, and veneers, she now has a beautiful, naturally esthetic smile.
Dave came to the office, worried about his front teeth that were wearing down and becoming uneven. He wanted to prevent any further break down as well as maintain his teeth for as long as possible to avoid extractions. With the use of a bite adjustment and new porcelain crowns, followed with a custom night guard, he now has a smile he loves to show off around town.
Ginny came in after seeing another Smile Transformation by Dr. Sisler and decided to have hers re-done. She felt that her smile was narrow and wanted to broaden her smile. After completing professional whitening and a bite adjustment, it was time to rebuild her smile. She is thrilled with her new porcelain crowns.
Colton – Colton was missing his lateral incisors and had just finished braces when he consulted with Dr. Sisler to discuss aesthetics. Colton was tired of wearing his retainer and wanted a more definitive fix. After a gum lift, professional whitening, bite adjustment and implants, Colton is now confident to show off his new smile.
Libby was concerned with how her front tooth was beginning to wear. After discussing her options she decided she wanted to get away from her loose fitting partial and replace it would new porcelain dental bridges. After re-establishing her bite she is thrilled that her teeth stay in and she doesn’t have to remove them after a meal to clean them.
Sandy wanted to replace her porcelain veneers. She had heard of the No-Prep veneers and was hopeful to do those on her side teeth. After replacing her front veneers, Dr. Sisler was able to add two No-Prep veneers beside them to make the teeth more proportional.
Janet came to the office seeking to enhance her smile after seeing the results a friend had by Dr. Sisler. Janet wanted more uniformity but did not want her teeth to look “fakey.” She was ecstatic with her new porcelain crowns and her bite adjustment. She said her periodontist was amazed with how natural her smile appeared!
Tammy came to the office saying she did not like her smile but did not want to do any type of orthodontics or prepping of her teeth. After discussing NO-Prep Veneers, she was eager to try them. The final veneers were placed and didn’t even require numbing anesthetic.
Derek came to our office and was beginning to wear his teeth. This had resulted in the the edges becoming thin and uneven. This was truly a conservative minimally invasive approach by using Invisalign along with composite bonding/veneers to stabilize the bite and fix the worn edges.
Walt had struggled with his teeth his entire life. When things were continuing to break down he decided he would like to pursue the option of dental implants. Walt had the All-on-X procedure completed where the teeth are removed, implants placed and temporary dentures attached to the implants all in one day under anesthesia. He reported virtually no pain with the procedure post-operatively and is thrilled with his new smile!
Bob came to our office seeking a second opinion on a solution for all of his missing teeth. He was unhappy with their appearance and the fact that he was struggling to be able to eat. Bob did not want anything removable that would come in and out of his mouth. He wanted something fixed that would go in and stay in place. His dental bridge was a great solution and now he can enjoy all of his favorite foods and smile proudly.
Richard came to Dr. Sisler for esthetic treatment after his grandchildren kept pointing out the fake tooth on his partial. He said he wanted a smile that would look natural and not be too white. After using porcelain crowns and a new precision fit partial, his grandkids no longer point to the fake tooth.
After having multiple, different crowns and bridges throughout the course of her life, Julie was not a fan of the mismatching shades and tooth forms that had taken place. She also felt her front teeth were too large. This required thinking outside-of-the-box and pink porcelain was used on her crowns to make the teeth look a uniform height.
Loretta transferred to our office seeking esthetic treatment for her front teeth. After having large fillings discolor, Loretta wanted a more definitive fix to her problem. With professional whitening and porcelain crowns, she is delighted with the results.
Tina came to our office unhappy with the large discolored fillings on her two front teeth. After much discussion, she opted for two new crowns to cover the front teeth and no prep veneers on the side teeth to correct the alignment. She is thrilled with her new smile.
Michelle had been unhappy with the spaces between her teeth for quite a while and was finally ready to address them. All it took was a little bit of professional whitening, a bite adjustment and minimal preparation veneers. She now has beautiful porcelain veneers to mask the spaces.
Anna was constantly having to repair her composite veneers that continued to chip time and time again. After sitting down to discuss the options, she chose to have her bite adjusted to ensure a stable long-term prognosis. Porcelain veneers were then used to enhance the esthetics. She receives numerous compliments on her beautiful natural smile.
Brian was unhappy with his single front tooth because it was becoming noticeably darker over time. He chose to have one single central veneer placed to mask the color. Treating a single front tooth is one of the most challenging procedures in dentistry and often requires multiple visits. Brian was traveling from out of town so it was crucial to be as efficient as possible. On the second try-in, Dr. S was able to finesse the porcelain veneer into place giving Brian a natural shade match and blend.
Ed was referred to our office for esthetic treatment. He was unhappy with the fillings on his front teeth because they were gathering stain and becoming discolored. New porcelain crowns were placed to give a nice, natural blend to his current teeth.
Jan felt like she had small teeth and that they didn’t fill her smile. She was also unhappy with the old style crowns that contained metal and lacked the luster they once had. With some simple crown replacement at a new desired length she keeps saying, “I love my new teeth!”
When Mary-Ann’s bridge began to fail, she wanted to make sure that it was replaced and would last a very long time. After a simple bite adjustment and some cosmetic bonding, her new front bridge was replaced with an all porcelain bridge to have premium esthetics and function.
When Michael’s teeth came in, they had white spots all over them. Even though they were not cavities, he was unhappy with the appearance of the teeth. After attempting several rounds of whitening, he wanted to cover them up. Porcelain veneers were used to mask the white spots and give Michael a new uniform, whiter smile.
Norma had a major issue when her upper front bridge came out. Even though her current bridge was non-repairable, Dr. S was able to utilize dental implants to create a new porcelain bridge to fill the space.
Vicki’s teeth had become loose over the course and time and she was ready to address her entire mouth. She elected to have dental implants placed along with dentures. She loves the fact that her dentures do not move thanks to the dental implants. She says the dental implants made a world of difference.
Tammy came to the office wanting to replace the composite bonding on her front teeth. It had been on there for quite some time and was needing refreshed. When given the option of porcelain veneers, she jumped at the chance and was thrilled to get a more life-like restoration.
After having discolored front teeth all her life, Zora was ready to have a smile worth showing off. With new porcelain crowns and a dental implant, it became a life changing experience for her!
Ellen had issues with teeth and fillings breaking. Dr. Sisler was able to help her by adjusting the bite to make it even and then restore her teeth with porcelain crowns to withstand biting forces.
Kent was beginning to develop severe wear exposing the underlying dentin layer of his teeth. After determining the wear resulted from a misaligned bite, a course of action involving crowns and veneers was planned to re-establish the bite to make it stable for a better long term prognosis. He reports he is thrilled with his new healthy bite and beautiful smile that he can present to the world.