Full Mouth Makeover

For many patients, creating the smile they’ve always wanted is a true honor to provide at Tamal Vista Dental. We take pride in blending many of our modern dental treatment options to make a smile that’s not only beautiful and natural, but healthy and comfortable. Such treatment takes considerable preparation and planning. We take detailed records, photos, xrays and diagnostic study models of each patient in order to create the ideal treatment plan. We usually have a mock up final design of how we expect treatment to go and how your smile will appear, so that you can get a better idea of the final outcome before treatment even begins. We may need to coordinate treatment with a specialist, like an orthodontist or periodontist, but we will be your advocate and guide you through the entire process.

Repairing Acid Damage   Patient treated with 6 ceramic (eMax) crowns to restore her worn and eroded front teeth. This type of damage is seen in patients with a history high acid exposure, either due to diet, like lemon sucking, or to an eating disorder, such as Bulimia.

Repairing Acid Damage

Patient treated with 6 ceramic (eMax) crowns to restore her worn and eroded front teeth. This type of damage is seen in patients with a history high acid exposure, either due to diet, like lemon sucking, or to an eating disorder, such as Bulimia.

Crown Makeover   Patient treated with 6 ceramic (eMax) crowns to restore her worn and eroded front teeth. This type of damage is seen in patients with a history high acid exposure, either due to diet, like lemon sucking, or to an eating disorder, such as Bulimia.

Crown Makeover

Patient treated with 6 ceramic (eMax) crowns to restore her worn and eroded front teeth. This type of damage is seen in patients with a history high acid exposure, either due to diet, like lemon sucking, or to an eating disorder, such as Bulimia.

Missing Front Tooth   Patient had her front tooth knocked out in an accident. It took about 10 months to complete her replacement, but it is currently the best way to ultimately replace a tooth and put a patient back to their original smile.

Missing Front Tooth

Patient had her front tooth knocked out in an accident. It took about 10 months to complete her replacement, but it is currently the best way to ultimately replace a tooth and put a patient back to their original smile.

Confident New Smile   This patient had multiple stained and chipped teeth and felt unhappy with her smile. She was treated with 10 veneers to create a more esthetic and confident smile.

Confident New Smile

This patient had multiple stained and chipped teeth and felt unhappy with her smile. She was treated with 10 veneers to create a more esthetic and confident smile.

Full Mouth Makeover   We take detailed records, photos, xrays and diagnostic study models of each patient in order to create the ideal treatment plan. We usually have a mock up final design of how we expect treatment to go and how your smile will appear, so that you can get a better idea of the final outcome before treatment even begins.

Full Mouth Makeover

We take detailed records, photos, xrays and diagnostic study models of each patient in order to create the ideal treatment plan. We usually have a mock up final design of how we expect treatment to go and how your smile will appear, so that you can get a better idea of the final outcome before treatment even begins.

Missing Front Tooth   Patient had her front tooth knocked out in an accident. It took about 10 months to complete her replacement, but it is currently the best way to ultimately replace a tooth and put a patient back to their original smile.

Missing Front Tooth

Patient had her front tooth knocked out in an accident. It took about 10 months to complete her replacement, but it is currently the best way to ultimately replace a tooth and put a patient back to their original smile.

Closing the Gaps   This young patient (13 years old) had just completed orthodontics and is out of braces. Because her upper teeth were on the smaller size compared to her lower teeth she either had to extract some lower teeth to allow all her upper teeth to come together, or she could leave the gaps and keep all her teeth. Keeping all her teeth is more ideal and we were able to simply enhance her smile and fill the gaps with dental bonding of composite. When she becomes a young adult, these can be replaced with more long term solution with porcelain veneers.

Closing the Gaps

This young patient (13 years old) had just completed orthodontics and is out of braces. Because her upper teeth were on the smaller size compared to her lower teeth she either had to extract some lower teeth to allow all her upper teeth to come together, or she could leave the gaps and keep all her teeth. Keeping all her teeth is more ideal and we were able to simply enhance her smile and fill the gaps with dental bonding of composite. When she becomes a young adult, these can be replaced with more long term solution with porcelain veneers.

Smile Makeover   Patient was unhappy with her existing dental work not matching and making her smile unaesthetic. She had a missing front tooth with a bridge made of porcelain and metal underneath (the dark lines) and older veneers that didn’t match the color or shape of her natural front tooth. Her front six teeth were restored with metal free ceramic bridges and veneers to all match.

Smile Makeover

Patient was unhappy with her existing dental work not matching and making her smile unaesthetic. She had a missing front tooth with a bridge made of porcelain and metal underneath (the dark lines) and older veneers that didn’t match the color or shape of her natural front tooth. Her front six teeth were restored with metal free ceramic bridges and veneers to all match.

Updating Old Dentistry   This patient was very unhappy with the way her front teeth had been restored previously and neither the shape nor color of her teeth matched. She was restored with 4 all ceramic (eMax) crowns and veneers to match and create a smile that blends with her natural teeth and also restored the confidence in her smile

Updating Old Dentistry

This patient was very unhappy with the way her front teeth had been restored previously and neither the shape nor color of her teeth matched. She was restored with 4 all ceramic (eMax) crowns and veneers to match and create a smile that blends with her natural teeth and also restored the confidence in her smile

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Crown Makeover

Patient treated with 6 ceramic (eMax) crowns to restore her worn and eroded front teeth. This type of damage is seen in patients with a history high acid exposure, either due to diet, like lemon sucking, or to an eating disorder, such as Bulimia.