Many people suffer from common cosmetic dental problems that leave them feeling insecure about their smile. When more than one aesthetic issue is impacting your teeth, Dr. Tomlo can help you restore your smile’s natural beauty with a smile makeover.
For over thirty years, Dr. Tomlo has been devoted to helping patients in the Hendersonville, North Carolina area repair cosmetic dental issues such as:
- Chipped and broken teeth
- Severe discoloration
- Crooked and gapped teeth
- Missing teeth
A smile makeover can address all of these issues at once, leaving you with teeth that look, feel, and function better than ever.
The Smile Makeover Process
When you come to our office for a smile makeover, Dr. Tomlo will take special care to customize a combination of treatments that address your specific cosmetic issues. Commonly, cosmetic dentistry procedures combined in a smile makeover include:
When combined, these procedures can address nearly every cosmetic imperfection you may be facing. Some smile makeovers may also require dental implants or another tooth replacement option. A smile makeover is intended to restore both beauty and function to your smile. The recommended procedures for your smile makeover will be determined during your initial consultation.
At some offices, a complete smile makeover can take several months, but with the use of our in-office CEREC machine, Dr. Tomlo is able to offer the convenience of single visit restorations. When appropriate, porcelain veneers and dental crowns can be customized, created, and placed in a single office visit – providing a beautiful smile in much less time than you may have anticipated. We are devoted to providing every patient with a seamless smile in the most convenient circumstances possible.
If you are interested in learning more about smile makeovers, please contact Dr. Thomas F. Tomlo, DDS, PLLC today to schedule an initial consultation. We serve patients in the Asheville and Hendersonville areas of North Carolina, as well as the Spartanburg and Greenville areas of South Carolina.