Smile Rejuvenation

How your smile was formed

child-tmj-causesYour smile was defined in your early days. Childhood allergies, early tooth loss, missing teeth, thumb sucking, bad orthodontics, large tonsils and adenoids — all these factors contributed to how your upper and lower jaw have developed, how your teeth fit  together, and what your smile looks like today.

 

It’s not just your smile – but your entire facial appearance too

tmj-shoeswearoutOver time, things wear out! Even…your smile.

Especially if you constantly grind or clench your teeth.  Your enamel begins to wear.

Time might be a great healer, but it’s an unkind master as we age. Time not only affects the front teeth, but the back teeth too. And ‘wear’ affects not only your teeth, it can add years to your face.

As teeth wear, the lower and the upper jaw move closer together. Think of it as your chin is moving upwards – closer to your nose. Shortening of your teeth causes your lips to change over time, creases to  form on the sides of your nose and mouth, and jowls to appear on the sides of your jaw.

 

Smile Rejuvenation (surgery-free) Just 2 Visits!

Smile Rejuvenation returns BALANCE to your bite by re-aligning and restoring your teeth. Dr. Eddie Siman works to re-create the best bite possible for you, with the goal of freeing you from problems that may have developed in childhood or in your adult life. Your TMJ symptoms are relived and now you have a more youthful appearance without plastic surgery.

 

TMJ Grinding Corrected                               TMJ Bite Corrected

 

Smile Rejuvenation can make you LOOK and FEEL younger

Dr. Eddie Siman strives to return your teeth to their natural size and restore a worn smile. Smile Rejuvenation allows us to fix both cosmetic AND functional concerns.

Remember that great smile you had (or always wanted), now you can get it back in 2 visits!

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