Smile Makeovers Are Our Speciality

What is a Smile Makeover?

A smile makeover refers to a collection of dental procedures that seamlessly work together to completely restore your oral health as well as aesthetic needs, when dealing with dental issues in Birmingham, AL. When you choose to rehabilitate your smile through Dr. Hall’s cosmetic and restorative dental procedures, the following treatments are administered to fully restore a natural, healthy-looking smile and keep overall oral health in check.

Every smile makeover patient has unique needs and Dr. Hall understands that. Ground-breaking dental technology like intra-oral cameras and panoramic x-rays aid in getting an accurate picture of your oral health and structure.

Why Should You Get a Smile Makeover?

In addition to drastically boosting your oral health, a smile makeover addresses a lot of nagging dental issues such as:

  • Stained teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Poor gum health
  • Tooth misalignment
  • Tooth decay

smiling female pointing with both hands, at her white teeth

How Does the Smile Makeover Process Work?

To achieve the smile you’ve always desired, Dr. Hall administers a wax-up of your smile to let you see the potential outcome of the smile makeover. Once your treatment plan has been worked out, you can ‘test drive’ your brand new look with temporaries; this includes the shape, shade, and bite alignment of your specific dental treatment.

This collaborative try-it-on period is important to let you fine-tune the outcome of the smile makeover to your exact preferences.

It takes a lot more than just regular brushing and flossing to maintain a healthy smile and great oral health all year round. Book your appointment with Dr. Josh Hall today by calling our office.

focused illustration of a model of a healthy tooth, above a glove-covered hand and in front of dental tools

Before & Afters

before and after photos of teeth that were chipped and are now repaired
before and after photos of crooked teeth that are now straight

Looking to transform your smile?