Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler improves patients' smiles with dental veneers in Lansing for a complete smile restoration.
LANSING, MI, September 25, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Over the years, teeth can significantly change. Whether a patient's smile is discolored, crooked or damaged, there is a way to bring a smile back to life with the help of Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler, a Lansing dentist. Patients' smiles that are less than what they might have hoped for should visit Dr. Scott-Hetchler about the benefits of a smile that has been restored by dental veneers in Lansing.
"Dental veneers are not an appropriate treatment plan for everyone, but the vast majority of patients will be candidates. It is important for my office to properly assess your oral health, as the state of your teeth will largely determine whether or not the porcelain veneers will be a success for your smile," explained Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler about Lansing veneers.
Unfortunately, patients may not be candidates if they have unhealthy teeth. If a patient's teeth are suffering from decay or gum disease, Dr. Scott-Hetchler, a dentist in Lansing, will not be able to place veneers on them. The possibility for veneers still exists, but these conditions need to be successfully treated before a patient is considered to be a candidate for veneers in Lansing.
Severe dental defects, such as permanent stains and unsightly gaps, can be easily repaired and perfected with porcelain veneers in Lansing. Dental veneers are ultra-thin, custom made shells that are crafted of tooth-colored materials to dramatically enhance the position, size, color and shape of teeth.
More so, veneers are generally stronger and less susceptible to stains than other cosmetic dental treatments, and can even be a viable alternative to braces for certain circumstances. From chips and cracks to gaps and stains, Lansing veneers can dramatically enhance flawed teeth, leaving patients with a natural, beautiful smile that they will be happy to show off.
The application of veneers involves Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler's preparation of patients' teeth by removing a very small amount of enamel from the surface in order to accommodate the veneer. Dr. Scott-Hetchler, Lansing, MI dentist, will then make an impression of the patient's teeth, which will then be sent to a dental laboratory where the veneers will be fabricated. When a patient goes back for their final appointment, Dr. Scott-Hetchler will permanently bond the durable and highly stain-resistant veneers to the front of the teeth, resulting in a stunning, new smile.
Remember, there is a wide array of cosmetic dental procedures and techniques available. Even if porcelain veneers are not an appropriate solution for a patient's smile, Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler will work with each patient to find a way to create the stunning smile of their dreams.
For more information on Lansing veneers, patients can visit the website for Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler at http://www.hollydds.com
About Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler, DDS: Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler has been a solo practitioner since 2002, providing cosmetic and family dental health care. Dr. Scott-Hetchler attended the University of Detroit Mercy, School of Dentistry where she earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2002. She provides patients with quality dental care including treatments such as dentures, veneers and teeth whitening, among others. Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler is a member of the American Dental Association, Michigan Dental Association, and Central District Dental Society. She currently holds a seat on the Central District Dental Society Standard of Care Board on Peer Review. She has also completed several continuing education seminars, including the prestigious Dawson Academy and Spear Education Institute, and has received certification in the areas of cosmetic improvement of smile, TMJ disorders, pediatric dentistry, and many more.
Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler
919 Chester Rd.
Lansing, MI 48912
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