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Success Stories

Rating:
5 star reviews

Dr. Michaela McKenzie
Reviewed by
Kara Michele Wilder

(Actress – "Let's Be Cops", produced by 20th Century Fox - will be released in theaters nationwide August 13, 2014)

As an actress, a beautiful smile is invaluable!

Dr. McKenzie helped make me feel glamorous and beautiful – in a spa-like environment! I recommend her to all my friends.

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Dr. McKenzie with Dr. Tom McGuire, retired Mercury Safe Dentist 2015 IAOMT Conference in Puerto Rico

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Dr. McKenzie with Mr. Mike Darcy, President of Mars Bio-Med featuring "BOSS" Amalgam Separator 2015 IAOMT Conference in Puerto Rico

Crowns and Bridges

A dental crown is a full coverage restoration Crowns and Bridgesthat can protect a weakened tooth, or restore a badly damaged tooth. A dental bridge is a single unit composed of dental crowns with a false tooth (pontic) fused between them. These restorations can be made of various materials, but Dr. McKenzie chooses high-strength porcelain. It is nontoxic, biocompatible, and it mimics that appearance of natural tooth enamel perfectly, for optimal health and beauty.
 

Crowns

A crown may be used anytime that a tooth needs protection, strengthening, or restoration beyond what a filling can provide. If you have a cavity, the larger it is, the more likely the tooth is to need a crown. The muscles of mastication (jaws) are the most powerful muscles in the human body. Therefore, teeth must be strong enough to withstand tremendous amounts of pressure. A crown encases the tooth in strong, durable porcelain, protecting it from damage. It also restores the appearance of your smile.

Additionally, at Dazzling Smiles, Michaela McKenzie offers CEREC technology to fabricate new crowns. This machine is not available in every dental office, but allows patients the opportunity to have their crown placed during a single visit—without having to wait weeks as they may in other area dental practices.

Bridges

A bridge is typically used when a single tooth is missing, and there are teeth on both sides of the gap. The replacement tooth is joined with two dental crowns, forming a one-piece unit. When the crowns are placed on the teeth adjacent to the gap, the replacement tooth is held firmly in place. In some cases, a variation of this design may be utilized to replace more than one tooth, or to fill a gap that only has one adjacent tooth. A bridge may be a good option for patients who are not candidates for dental implants, or those who prefer not to have implants.

The procedure

The process for crowns and bridges is very similar, and takes two appointments to complete. First, any decay or damaged material is removed from the tooth to be crowned. It is then prepared and shaped, which may require reducing or building up the tooth for optimal retention. Impressions are then taken and you are fitted with a temporary restoration.

Dr. McKenzie designs crowns and bridges using the sound principles of cosmetic dentistry, for dazzling results. The design and impressions are sent to an exclusive dental laboratory, where an expert ceramist crafts the final restoration. When it is ready, we will schedule your second appointment. After verifying the fit, appearance, and comfort of the crown or bridge, the doctor will cement it in place.

What Our Patients Say About Crowns and Bridges Treatment

5 Stars
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I found Dr. Mckenzie while I was looking for natural dentistry. I was nervous to go to a new dentist after I have seen my old one for almost 18 years. I found Dr. Mckenzie to be a very thoughtful professional, considerate and sweet. I can’t believe the difference in my mouth since I started seeing her. I trust her skills and the way she looks at the mouth. She is very thoughtful and honestly at 53 I want someone who takes the time to really give me her best professional opinion. I can’t believe I’m switching dentist but I am. I really love her whole philosophy and how much she cares about her profession and her patients. I say give it a try if you are looking for change. Your mouth will thank you!

C. Rey

C. Rey

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If you would like to schedule an appointment, or you want to learn more about biocompatible, cosmetic crowns and bridges,
CALL (770) 993-9217

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Fotona logo

IAOMT logo

Video 5

Dr. McKenzie with Dr. Tom McGuire, retired Mercury Safe Dentist 2015 IAOMT Conference in Puerto Rico

Crowns and Bridges

A dental crown is a full coverage restoration that can protect a weakened tooth, or restore a badly damaged tooth. A dental bridge is a single unit composed of dental crowns with a false tooth (pontic) fused between them. These restorations can be made of various materials, but Dr. McKenzie chooses high-strength porcelain. It is nontoxic, biocompatible, and it mimics that appearance of natural tooth enamel perfectly, for optimal health and beauty.Crowns and Bridges

Crowns

A crown may be used anytime that a tooth needs protection, strengthening, or restoration beyond what a filling can provide. If you have a cavity, the larger it is, the more likely the tooth is to need a crown. The muscles of mastication (jaws) are the most powerful muscles in the human body. Therefore, teeth must be strong enough to withstand tremendous amounts of pressure. A crown encases the tooth in strong, durable porcelain, protecting it from damage. It also restores the appearance of your smile.

Additionally, at Dazzling Smiles, Michaela McKenzie offers CEREC technology to fabricate new crowns. This machine is not available in every dental office, but allows patients the opportunity to have their crown placed during a single visit—without having to wait weeks as they may in other area dental practices.

Bridges

A bridge is typically used when a single tooth is missing, and there are teeth on both sides of the gap. The replacement tooth is joined with two dental crowns, forming a one-piece unit. When the crowns are placed on the teeth adjacent to the gap, the replacement tooth is held firmly in place. In some cases, a variation of this design may be utilized to replace more than one tooth, or to fill a gap that only has one adjacent tooth. A bridge may be a good option for patients who are not candidates for dental implants, or those who prefer not to have implants.

The procedure

The process for crowns and bridges is very similar, and takes two appointments to complete. First, any decay or damaged material is removed from the tooth to be crowned. It is then prepared and shaped, which may require reducing or building up the tooth for optimal retention. Impressions are then taken and you are fitted with a temporary restoration.

Dr. McKenzie designs crowns and bridges using the sound principles of cosmetic dentistry, for dazzling results. The design and impressions are sent to an exclusive dental laboratory, where an expert ceramist crafts the final restoration. When it is ready, we will schedule your second appointment. After verifying the fit, appearance, and comfort of the crown or bridge, the doctor will cement it in place.

What Our Patients Say About Crowns and Bridges Treatment

5 Stars
left quote

I found Dr. Mckenzie while I was looking for natural dentistry. I was nervous to go to a new dentist after I have seen my old one for almost 18 years. I found Dr. Mckenzie to be a very thoughtful professional, considerate and sweet. I can’t believe the difference in my mouth since I started seeing her. I trust her skills and the way she looks at the mouth. She is very thoughtful and honestly at 53 I want someone who takes the time to really give me her best professional opinion. I can’t believe I’m switching dentist but I am. I really love her whole philosophy and how much she cares about her profession and her patients. I say give it a try if you are looking for change. Your mouth will thank you!

C. Rey

C. Rey

right quote

Originally Posted on Google logo

If you would like to schedule an appointment, or you want to learn more about biocompatible, cosmetic crowns and bridges,
CALL (770) 993-9217