Sandy Springs Dentist: A Beautiful Smile Is Precious And Priceless

Mature woman smilingYou know the shape, shade, length and spacing of your teeth significantly affects your smile? And your smile greatly affects your self-esteem. So obviously, the conditions that negatively impact your smile include broken, cracked or worn teeth, discolored teeth, missing teeth, crooked teeth, decayed teeth, gaps between your teeth and “gummy smiles.”

The good news is with our modern technology and improved materials, these situations can be dramatically altered to create natural looking, long-lasting beautiful smiles. Each patient’s specific circumstance must be evaluated on its own merits.  Factors such as occlusion [bite], oral habits, available space, health of the gum tissue, severity of the problem and patient expectation must be taken into account when planning your cosmetic makeover.

Depending on the situation, there are a variety of choices that all result in excellent esthetic outcomes. For whiter natural teeth, in-office or at-home whitening techniques are available. Repairing teeth or closing spaces may be accomplished with tooth-colored composite resin bonding, porcelain veneers or porcelain crowns.

These procedures vary in time and cost and have differences in longevity and appearance. If you’re not satisfied with your smile or want to learn if you’re a good candidate for any of these remarkable techniques, call our office for a complimentary cosmetic consultation.

Novy Scheinfeld DDS, PC,  ADA Accredited Prosthodontist

ZoAnna Scheinfeld, MS, DMD, Implantologist

Hanna Orland, DMD


290 Carpenter Drive, 200A
Atlanta (Sandy Springs), GA 30328
(404) 256-3620
info@rightsmilecenter.com
http://www.rightsmilecenter.com

 

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Oral Exam“Just another perfect day going to the dentist!” Did I actually say that?)

Chastity was very polite, professional, cheery and delightfully southern on the phone when I checked by phone to make sure I actually had the appointment today at 3:00 and, in fact, had not lost my mind temporarily.

Also, someone knew I was coming and left one of three shady spots in the entire parking lot vacant for my arrival which I especially appreciated when I came out from my cleaning and check up and the sun was making all other cars 225 degrees…not mine!

Lee was quite cheery at the “Welcome Center” booth upon my arrival and evidently let the appropriate person know of my arrival as Will did in fact come out to greet me and personally escort me back to his torture chamber.

I did, however, need to use the rest facilities prior to Wills retrieval of me and found the toilet water running like a restful Chinese water garden cascade and subsequently did not flush either. Oh, I also tried, but was unsuccessful in locking the door behind me but it would not work and while I then tried to be as quick as possible to avoid a needy visitor and likely exposure, a random red-headed team member with those purple scrubs and right smile, who will be unnamed, opened the door with a flourish half way through my procedure. I yelled something! (Note: Upon leaving after my check up, I checked and the toilet was working smoothly, no water running, beautifully flushing and the door locked easily…Hey, was I pranked?)

Upon reclining in “The Chair” and then by that steady firm handed Will, I was expertly and meticulously picked, prodded, poked, gouged, scraped, sand blasted, then water boarded and vacuumed. What a treat…and my insurance will even pay for most of it!! What a concept! I love America!!!

Then, to top it off, the most accomplished dentist in the Atlanta Metro area (Yes,,,you Sidney Tourial, DDS) suddenly appears out of nowhere to perform his one millionth check up (my 50th by Sidney). I told him he was not allowed to find anything wrong, but did not listen, and that’s where those “teeny-tiny” things I mentioned earlier came into play. Oh well, I guess it could have been worse with an emergency root canal and crown in my near future. Been there, done that. See you next week for a little teeny-tiny drilling, Sidney!

Oh, besides the free dental hygiene “goodie” bag from Will, I also scored a small supply of “complementary” Super floss from my friend, Hope, on the way out too! Wahoo!! We go way back several crowns and a bridge together…

Thanks, Everybody, at Right Smile!!

And she was efficiently, with the right smile, able to successfully schedule an additional appointment for me to have 2 teeny tiny cavities (as Sidney described them in his very modern dental diagnosing language and trendy nomenclature). He mentioned tea leaves too which took me back mentally 60 years to the tiny little tea leaves in the Tetley Tea commercials.”

Brett T.

Rightsmilecenter.com

404-256-3620