TAMPA, FL, February 14, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- From amalgam fillings to chipped teeth to minor spacing, Dr. Creech-Gionis can handle your dental problem. While not everyone has the same dental situation, there are services that fix a wide range of issues. At Tampa Dental Wellness of Westchase in Tampa, cosmetic dentistry services, such as whitening, porcelain veneers, bonding and ClearCorrect, can restore or revamp your smile.
It's as simple as scheduling an appointment with Dr. Creech-Gionis, Tampa dentist. A smile makeover doesn't mean you will be getting new teeth. It's a procedure meant to boost the esthetic of your present dental makeup.
"My patients have beautiful smiles. Some just need cosmetic treatment for certain teeth. What's the difference between a smile and teeth? You might think that a smile and teeth are the same thing, but in actuality, your 'smile' has many components, teeth being one of them," explains Dr. Creech-Gionis.
What makes up a smile? There are four different factors to take into consideration, such as, facial esthetics, microesthetics, gum esthetics and macroesthetics.
Dr. Creech-Gionis will take into account your facial definitions. It's important to see how your cheekbones and lips frame your teeth.
This focuses on the minor tooth imperfections, such as tooth discoloration. Your teeth don't want to look overtly white-it's needs to be a natural brightness.
Your gum-to-teeth ratio needs to compliment each other. If you have excessive gum tissue, you may need to reconstruct the gumline. Or your gum tissue can be receding, causing teeth to look longer than normal. There are cosmetic services available to help your teeth and gum tissue find the perfect balance.
If you have a chipped, cracked or misshapen tooth, this problem should be taken care of after putting together your smile profile. This helps your dentist place a crown, veneer, implant or whitening product in a uniform fashion. You don't want a cosmetic treatment to seem obvious.
If you are still curious about Dr. Creech-Gionis' work, go to Tampa Dental Wellness of Westchases' dental website and click on "Smile Gallery" to see some real-life patients of Dr. Creech-Gionis. Most documented smile makeovers reveal a before and after of porcelain veneer placement and cosmetic fillings.
To understand your own treatment process, Dr. Creech-Gionis will need to see you for a consultation and smile assessment. By identifying your needs and concerns, Dr. Creech-Gionis can map out a smile makeover plan that will boost the esthetic of your smile while also fixing functional issues.
To schedule an appointment with your Tampa dentist, call (813) 855-2273. Or patients can submit an online request form via www.dentalwellnessofwestchase.com
. The dental chair is always open for new patients. Dr. Creech-Gionis and her dental team look forward to whiten, straighten or restore your smile!
About Dental Wellness of Westchase:
Dr. Amy Creech-Gionis, dentist in Tampa, FL, is a native Floridian. She attended Stetson University, earning her Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology and minor in Chemistry. She went on to attend the University Of Florida College Of Dentistry, graduating in the top 10% of her class. She began practicing dentistry in Tampa in 1995, and lives in the Westchase area with her college sweetheart and husband of 15 years, Steve, and their four children. If you ask her, Dr. Creech-Gionis will tell you she can't remember ever wanting to do anything but be a dentist, and her passion and love for the profession is evident in the way her patients are cared for. Her burning desire is to provide the very best dentistry has to offer, with the most up-to-date techniques and materials. Your comfort is paramount to her and her staff, and they take great measures to provide a relaxing, gentle and satisfying experience, every time. At Dental Wellness of Westchase, patients can receive anything from dental implants to Invisalign in Tampa.Media Contact:
Dr. Amy Creech-Gionis
11321 Countryway Blvd
Lexington Professional Park
Tampa, FL, 33626
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