"I Started Getting Chips On My Teeth - I Love My Smile Now With My Crowns And Veneers!"
My name is Debi and I had crowns and veneers done at Mill Creek Dental. I loved my teeth. Absolutely loved my teeth, but I started getting chips in my teeth. I chipped one tooth on an Altoid. I chipped one tooth eating a bowl of Cheerios and I chipped three teeth on the rowing machine by hitting myself in the mouth with the rotor. [laughter] So, it was just all compiled. And then, I would look at my smile and then I would just see these crooked teeth. And then, for my tongue to rub across all of these chipped tooth, it was just non-stop, so I had to do something about it.
So Debi came in and she was very self-conscious of her smile. I love her case, too, because Debi was a very particular patient. She wanted things exact and perfect.
Smiles are contagious. Somebody could be having a bad day and then you give them a smile and, instantaneously, they’re going to smile back. So when I saw my veneers for the first time, I was elated. It was just a day-and-night moment.
With Debi, we did the digital scanning with iTero digital scanner. And then, we also did a smile analysis and a small test drive. It actually gives her a visual example of what things are going to look like at the end so that there are no surprises for her. We did six veneers on the upper, and we did four veneers on the lower.
The chairside manner of the doctor was just amazing. He gave me suggestions. He was very compassionate and empathetic and understood my situation and told me that I would be extremely pleased with the outcome, and I actually am.
She smiles all the time and she’s so happy. So, it’s one of those nice wind because you’re able to satisfy a very demanding patient.
They were beautiful. I thought my teeth were great aside from the chips, but to see this bright, straight smile that just shined, I couldn’t ask for a better team. I know I will definitely continue going to this place for the rest of my life.
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