Switching Places: From Treatment-Planner to Patient

You might say that I inherited my interest in the dental industry from my mom. While I was growing up, my mom worked for Dr. Henry Cheney, the previous owner of Amesbury Dental Associates...

The Road to Success

From Dental School to an Expanding Practice in Five Years. In 2014, I graduated from The Ohio State University College of Dentistry in Columbus, OH. Today, about five years later, I own a dental practice...

Completing the Look

A Makeup Artist Gets a Full Smile Makeover. Makeup is a lifelong passion for me. My journey into makeup artistry as a career started at home—my mom and sisters are all glamour girls. I loved...

A Reason to Smile

A Musician Sings a New Tune After a Full Arch Reconstruction. For most of my life, I’ve had problems with my teeth. Growing up, I had crooked teeth that were prominent in front (one was...

Temps to the Rescue

Innovative Temps Improve the Confidence of a Teen with Anodontia. When patients undergo cosmetic dentistry, it’s often an emotional transformation. Even after just the temporaries are seated, patients usually see a dramatic change. The old...

The Doctor as Patient

Lessons Learned From a Full Arch Reconstruction. Not every dentist experiences what it feels like to be on the other side of the drill, but a few years ago, that’s exactly what happened to me....

Not a Moment Too Soon

A Young Mom Gets a Full Arch Reconstruction. As I was growing up, I always liked my smile. I never thought I had any problems. My teeth were straight except for tooth number 10, which...

Hitting the Mark

A Full Arch Makeover Corrects a Childhood Injury. Getting hit in the face with a baseball bat will ruin your day, but it doesn’t have to ruin your life. I’m proof of that. As a...

All in the Family

A Mother and Daughter Team Up for a Full Arch Reconstruction. Some people say that they inherited their good teeth from their mothers. Like those people, I definitely got my good teeth from my...

Don’t Wait for Someday

After 33 Years, Melissa Gets the Smile of her Dreams. For as long as I can remember, I’ve had dental problems. I grew up in southern Alberta, Canada—where my dad was self-employed—as the fourth...

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