"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.
Speed is not always a good thing. Speed is especially not always a good thing when it comes to dentistry. However, there are occasions when someone might want a fast update to their smile. For example, a big wedding in Sheridan, WY, or a big party out of the blue. Whatever the event is, if… Read more »
Straightening your teeth is important at any age. Many people mistakenly believe that crooked teeth only affects the way that your smile looks, but the fact is, crooked teeth have negative effects on your smile’s health. Straightening your smile can lower the risk of these oral health problems, while also restoring your confidence in your… Read more »
Losing a tooth as an adult can be quite a different experience than you had when you lost a tooth as a child. The loss of permanent adult teeth can have negative and serious consequences for both your oral health and your smile’s appearance. Dental implants can play an effective and important role of restoring… Read more »
The unfortunate facts about dental cavities is that about 90% of adult Americans will suffer from them. While cavities are not a part of the earliest stage of tooth decay, they are early enough that they can often be treated in time to save the tooth. Ignoring a cavity can lead to an infection or… Read more »
Have you ever tried an electric toothbrush? Or have you gone your whole life just brushing your teeth with a plain old manual toothbrush? In many cases and for many people, a manual toothbrush does a great job at keeping smiles clean and healthy. However, there may be a few reasons why you may want… Read more »
Summer is here and everything is looking just a bit brighter. A brighter, whitened smile can be one of the fastest ways to get a boost in your appearance and your confidence. Working with your dentist to whiten your teeth can mean that issues like sensitivity can be monitored and that your treatment can be customized. Depending… Read more »
Just the act of smiling can be a great way to build confidence. If your smile makes you feel insecure enough to not smile, it can lessen your overall confidence. If you have specific issues with your smile’s appearance like deep discoloration, uneven gaps or spacing, or cosmetic damage, cosmetic dentistry may be able to… Read more »
TMJ disorder, which encapsulates a range of issues that affect your temporomandibular joints (TMJs). These joints connect your lower jaw to your skull and provide movement for your mouth. TMJ disorder can make opening and closing your mouth difficult and lead to chronic discomfort. The disorder has a wide range of symptoms that can sometimes… Read more »
If you have a smile that is crooked or awkwardly spaced, it may make you feel insecure and less confident to show the world that you are happy or laughing. Just the act of smiling can actually stimulate nerves that can affect your emotions to make you feel better. These are the reasons the way… Read more »
You use your mouth several times a day. It keeps you healthy by chewing your food to provide you with essential sustenance. Throughout your life, the daily wear-and-tear can lead to an accumulation of dental issues. These issues may affect either your health or your smile’s appearance, while some may affect both. A full-mouth rehabilitation… Read more »