Meet Margaret. Margaret was upset. She had dental work done; thought she was all finished. And then she broke a front tooth. You know what happens when you break a front tooth. Your world caves in. You can’t go out, need to hide your mouth all the time. What was worse for Margaret was the fact that the tooth that broke was just the tip of the iceberg. There were others that were about to break too. The bite wasn’t even. And the work that it would take to even out the bite, particularly on teeth that had already been restored again and again, would be unpredictable too.
But there was one thing that Margaret didn’t realize. That had to do with the appearance of her teeth. She’d grown up with teeth that looked too long and a gummy smile that just wasn’t attractive. She thought that nothing could be done about that. She had resigned herself to the fact that her mouth just couldn’t look any better. After all, she’d had the same teeth for 60+ years.
Part of the problem was in the diagnosis. Margaret’s jaw relationship was off, so that’s why her teeth were off. And what was even worse was that she hadn’t replaced her missing teeth in a timely fashion. That meant that teeth had drifted, making that bad bite even worse.
When you’re never given another answer, you kind of give up. You figure there isn’t an answer. You know, you hear things like, “I guess you’ll just have to live with it.”
Before you see the pictures of Margaret’s before and after, consider this. We see cases such as Margaret’s every day. And because of that, Margaret’s case is routine for us. Chances are your problems aren’t nearly as severe as Margaret’s. And if Margaret could have a result like what you’re about to see, how much easier would your case be. One other thing - Margaret’s before and after pictures were taken without makeup. No embellishment.
And of course if you don't want to wait for the book, give us a call at (321) 622-3436 or toll-free (888) 278-1119.
TV Shows of
Dr. Lee Sheldon
Dr. Lee Sheldon
hosted by Joe Steckler