If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, you have probably considered the different treatments that might bring about the change you're looking for. But it can be hard to visualize how a particular procedure will affect your smile.
Here is a selection of Before and After pictures of actual patients who have had their smiles transformed at Hagan Dentistry. Please take a moment to browse the gallery, then call us to arrange a consultation so we can plan your smile makeover!
In this case, we used a porcelain crown to repair the severely broken tooth and tooth-colored fillings to repair the teeth with smaller fractures. We use the most modern dental techniques and materials to achieve natural results.
This old crown had broken, exposing the gold-colored inner layer of the crown. The new crown is entirely metal-free and very resistant to breakage,
This patient had a failing amalgam (silver) filling with several cracks in her teeth. We were able to take care of the cracks and improve the appearance of her tooth in the process by using a metal-free porcelain crown.
This patient was embarrassed and in pain with two of her front teeth. She hadn't seen a dentist in a long time and was very nervous. She decided to use nitrous oxide to help her relax during her appointments. Due to the large decay, we performed root canals on both teeth and then made porcelain crowns. The patient only wanted to fix the two broken teeth at this time. She was thrilled with the results.
This patient did not like the way her front teeth looked. They were chipped on the biting edges and severely worn on the back side of the teeth. After discussing many options with the patient, she elected to have crowns placed on her front four teeth. She was very happy with the results.
This patient came to us because she didn't like the appearance of her front teeth. She had large cavities on her front teeth, and they were starting to break. One of her teeth (the right lateral incisor) was not savable due to the size of the cavity. A porcelain bridge was made to replace this tooth and to restore the decay on the adjacent teeth. The other front teeth were restored with crowns. The patient was excited at our results.