Tooth Repair and Ceramic Crowns
I do not remember why or when I began seeing Dr. Jill Smith; but I do know that it was my fortune to do so.
Not long after my first appointment, I broke a front tooth just two days before my son’s wedding. She told me to come right in and somehow repaired this tooth which had been filled to capacity by another dentist. She advised me at the time that, because my four front teeth were so fragile, the next procedure would be to crown them. In the meantime, I was able to head off to Pennsylvania for the wedding confident that I looked my best. I call her my dentist; but I always think of her as an artist as well. She is certainly a perfectionist both technically and artistically.
I delayed having the crowns done due to the expense of such extensive work. However, after speaking with Dr. Smith and arranging payment with her skilled staff, I finally had the work done in January, 2010. Without any discomfort that often comes with an endeavor of this sort, such as pain and/or an uncomfortable bite, the work was done; and I am truly delighted with my new look.
At my request, the color of my teeth is age appropriate; but I do think I look younger now and I’m often complimented on my smile. The best thing, though, is that no one knows what looks different about me. Friends and family say: “Have you lost weight? You look better since you’ve put on a little weight. I like your hair now that it’s a bit longer.”
Dr. Jill Smith combines her extraordinary technical talent with a remarkably artistic style. Please ask her to show you my before and after pictures.
I recommend Dr. Smith to you and to everyone I know.