You may be thinking to yourself that a smile makeover sounds like a time-consuming, complicated cosmetic dentistry treatment. But at Forestream Dental in Buffalo, thanks to advances in cosmetic dentistry procedures, it may be easier and quicker than you think.
If you live in the Buffalo, New York area, Dr. Larry Evola can help you realize your dreams of a white, bright and dazzling new smile.
What is an Extreme Smile Makeover?
When you see all those makeover shows on TV, do you think, "Wow, I wish my teeth and smile looked like THAT"?
A smile makeover can be one procedure or the combination of several procedures used to give you your own beautiful, white and confident smile. Depending on the procedure or procedures you and Dr. Evola determine are best for you, you can have a new smile in as little as one visit to the Forestream Dental.
A smile makeover can:
- Correct a "gummy" smile
- Fill in gaps left by missing teeth
- Brighten and whiten your teeth
- Fix broken teeth
- Cover small defects like gaps, misalignment and crookedness
Some of the common procedures used in a smile makeover are:
- Porcelain Veneers
- Porcelain Crowns
- Tooth whitening
- Invisible braces
- Dental implants
- Dental bonding
What to do Next
Your first step in obtaining a smile makeover is to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Evola and his staff members. During your consultation you can discuss what you don't like about your current smile, what you want your new smile to look like, and the best treatments available to address your dental concerns.
Next, your subsequent appointment(s) will be scheduled and you'll know exactly when your new smile will be complete!
To learn more about extreme smile makeovers, go to our Frequently Asked Questions about Smile Makeovers page. Feel free to browse the various procedures that Dr. Evola offers and when you're ready, call or email us to schedule your complimentary consultation. We are in a convenient location in Buffalo, New York, in the Forestream Village Shopping Center. We also serve patients in Amherst, Lancaster, and Williamsville, New York.