"I've always been self-conscious of my smile. Throughout my life I can't remember a time when I didn't cover my mouth with my hand. I look at all my past pictures and see the closed mouth half smile. Now with my 'new smile' I can't help but show everyone. It's amazing what this has done for my life... more.
"For many years of my adult life I have been in the public eye and done many speaking engagements. I have never been happy with the way my smile looked. Consequently I wore a mustache, hoping that would help distract people from my smile. Finally, I decided to do something about it. I went to see Dr. Coon and he assured me that I could have a natural looking smile. I was hesitant but decided to go through with the full mouth restoration procedure... more.
A smile is the light in the window of your face that tells people you're at home.
If your smile was less than totally healthy, you would be experiencing some kind of symptoms that would make the problem apparent…right? There are certainly symptoms of oral health problems that can affect a person, and call for professional dental care. With that said, you may overlook certain issues, or even fail to experience symptoms… Read more »
The summertime can make the skies brighter, and the weather warmer, which tends to encourage plenty of outdoor activities. This is also a great time to go out and enjoy family time, since the kids are out of school. All of these fun moments can lead to plenty of pictures – this can be a… Read more »
Over time, wear and tear can start to have a visible effect on the way your smile looks. This can start to make your teeth look older, and less healthy. Ultimately, you may fear that the smile you are familiar with is lost to the effect of friction over time. Fortunately, with the right smile… Read more »
When you do a good job keeping up with regular dental visits, you can be less likely to have multiple problems that call for professional care. When you do what you feel is good work protecting your smile with regular brushing and flossing, but fail to attend checkups, you can be caught off guard when… Read more »
You may approach the idea of cosmetic dental work with optimism, but also with a degree of uncertainty. What if the process of improving your smile takes more work than you expect? What will happen if the procedures available to you just cannot make the improvements you hope to see? You can be relieved to… Read more »
Sometimes, a person’s need for restorative dental work begins and ends with the placement of a dental filling on a particular tooth. Individuals who keep up with regular dental checkups can have an easier time controlling their oral health issues, because they are receiving semiannual feedback about the condition of their smile. If you are… Read more »
When you find out about what dental implants can offer, you can become excited about the benefits that come with a fully restored smile. Rather than just provide you with cosmetic improvements, your implant-held restoration can offer a better smile in addition to important functional support. In other words, that restoration is stable enough for… Read more »
While it would be nice to simply snap your fingers, or wave a wand, and instantly improve your smile, cosmetic dental work can take a little more time and effort to complete. With that said, meaningful improvements to your smile could take less time and effort than you anticipate. Your Sheridan, WY dentist’s office provides… Read more »
A cavity does not stop just because its continued growth might become inconvenient to you. Once decay becomes a problem for your dentist, you should be aware that it will continue to spread, and eventually cause serious problems for your oral health. In other words, delaying restorative dental work means your tooth will be in… Read more »
If you have issues with your jaw, your daily life can be negatively affected by several unpleasant symptoms. You might not realize it, but the reason for your frustrating chronic headaches could be related to TMJ dysfunction. While this problem concerns your jaw joints and muscles, several areas like your head, face, and neck can… Read more »