A few years ago, I registered the phrase Invisible Dentistry® as a concept that differs from Cosmetic Dentistry. I believe that right now people aren’t as comfortable with looking for cosmetic procedures as they were in the late 90’s and the early part of this millennium.
For the past few years, people have been focusing more and more on healthy and more sustainable solutions for themselves, so it’s only natural that they want more natural looking results when it comes to their looks. Being a dentist is not all about technology and health: it’s also about being perceptive enough to understand how people want to project themselves to the world.
Because of this, over the last decade my team and I have developed techniques and procedures that allow for transformations that look very natural, but are also incredible fast and effective. It takes a lot of human resources, huge amounts of experience and careful planning to get a result like the one you can see below in only three appointments.
We absolutely transformed this patient’s life and it’s almost impossible to notice that he had a procedure done. From a normal distance, his smile looks amazingly natural.
We live for this! Seeing our patients happy with their new smiles and with a new attitude towards life is certainly the most rewarding part of the work.
When you look for this kind of results it’s crucial to choose a team that has a lot of experience, and an incredible lab. It’s not just important to talk the talk. You also have to walk the walk and we’ve been doing these cases for well over fifteen years now
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