smile makeovers La Mesa

Jeff Gray DDS – Sedation & Cosmetic Dentistry specializes in smile makeovers and dental implants.

What makes a gorgeous smile?

  • White teeth
  • Uniformly-shaped teeth
  • Straight teeth

What problems prevent stunning smiles?

Yellow or gray teeth lessen the appeal of a smile—even one that is perfectly healthy and aligned. Crooked teeth aren’t appealing either.

Beauty, it has been said, is in the eye of the beholder.

There are unique smile characteristics that some people proudly show off and others wish to change. For instance, a gap between the two front teeth can become a trademark. Anna Paquin, Woody Harrelson, and singer Seal have retained their spaces.

Other folks weren’t comfortable with gaps so they transformed their smiles with amazing cosmetic dentistry.

Missing Teeth

Missing teeth detract from a smile. When smiling, talking, laughing, or eating, a missing tooth shows. Even if the original teeth are white, straight, and pleasingly shaped, the eyes fixate on the gap that should hold a tooth.

Dental Implants and Smile Makeovers

The good news? You can restore missing teeth with dental implant procedures! You can fix other problems with cosmetic dentistry. The combination is called a smile redesign.

Cosmetic dentists combine dental implants with additional procedures to create sensational smiles. Great cosmetic dentists are professionals with extensive training. Successful outcomes don’t happen by chance.They use basic design principals in cosmetic dental smile makeovers. These include size, shape, alignment, proportion, and color.

If you want an attractive smile, talk to us at Jeff Gray DDS – Sedation & Cosmetic Dentistry in La Mesa. Our services also include general and cosmetic dentistry.  We can consult on whether dental implants and cosmetic dentistry are right for you. Learn about the possibilities for your smile and call today.

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8555 Fletcher Pkwy #102
La Mesa, California