Dr. Brown & Associates Family Dentistry
If your teeth are stained, worn, chipped or misaligned,
porcelain dental veneers are a highly popular way to
reshape and brighten your smile. By reshaping teeth, dental
veneers can correct misaligned teeth without the use of
braces. This procedure can often be done with minimal
removal of your natural teeth. Dental veneers can be
placed in just a few appointments.
Our spectacular, natural-looking, porcelain dental veneers
are crafted by the finest laboratory technicians in the
country. This allows us to design your smile specifically to
what you want. Many of our patients have very different
concerns about their smile that they would like us to
address. During your consultation with Dr. Brown, you will
discuss one-on-one what your cosmetic concerns are. That
way, she can inform you of your options and give you the
best results possible. Receive a free consultation when you
mention that you saw our website.
If you are interested in a
complete smile makeover,
porcelain dental veneers
may be the right treatment
for you. Contact our office in
Charleston today to find out
what porcelain veneers can
do for you.
Complete Smile Makeover
Dr. Brown & Associates Family Dentistry believe you
deserve to be happy about your smile. By offering a
complete smile makeover, we will discuss the options best
for you and determine the course of action that will give you
the best smile possible. It takes an experienced restorative
and cosmetic dentist to perform a complete smile makeover.
With Dr. Brown's experience, she is able to use restorative
procedures like dental implants or ceramic crowns, bridges,
removable and complete dentures at our Charleston area
practice. Cosmetic procedures such as porcelain dental
veneers and in office or take home Whitening Procedures
are excellent options. Dr. Brown & Associates Family
Dentistry strives to give you a complete smile makeover that
you will love.
Periodontal Disease :
Is the leading cause of tooth loss among adults. Simply put, periodontal disease
is a bacterial infection that can result in tooth loss if it's not treated. There are
many types of periodontal diseases and they can affect individuals of all ages
from children to seniors.
Researchers have found that periodontal disease and other health problems
such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, and bacterial pneumonia are associated.
Studies also suggest that pregnant women who have periodontal disease may
be at increased risk for delivering a pre-term and / or low birthweight baby.
Periodontal disease appears to play a great role in overall health. People with
diabetes and smokers are also at increased risk for developing periodontal
The signs of Periodontal ( Gum ) Disease:
* gums that bleed during toothbrushing and flossing
* red, swollen or tender gums
* gums that have pulled away from your teeth
* persistent bad breath
* pus between your teeth and gums
* loose or separating teeth
* a change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite
* a change in the fit of partial dentures
If you exhibit any of the above symptoms, call Dr. Brown & Associates Family
DR. BROWN & ASSOCIATES FAMILY DENTISTRY
|"Beautiful Smiles For Beautiful Faces From South Carolina's Gentle Dentist."
700 Rutledge Avenue
Charleston, SC 29403