The Magic of a Smile
Enjoy the smile of your dreams
Imagine that magic moment... A stunningly beautiful person enters into a room and time seems to stand still for a moment. People stop mid-conversation to check them out. Like everyone else in the room, you turn your head and quickly size them up with a glance.
That glance can speak volumes – face, hair, clothes, shoes, and definitely the smile. Thanks to our biologic programming, each of us is capable of judging beauty in a microsecond.
A face and smile serve as a billboard to the world announcing our physical attributes.
How about your smile? Does it reflect your vitality in an attractive manner?
As a Toronto Cosmetic Dentist for over 20 years I've long considered myself a Smile Artist. Cosmetic Dentistry is a topic I love. It touches upon aspects of beauty that are deeply personal. Smiles are intimate and sensual.
"Smile Beauty" is a guiding philosophy to providing beautiful dentistry. It's an art as much as a science. Knowing what to add or remove, what to reveal or conceal.
Everyone loved his beautiful smile...
The beauty of people is very different from the inanimate beauty of a painting or sculpture. The beauty of a body, face or smile is vibrant, alive, intoxicating. We’re captivated and drawn to this living beauty. It has the power to invoke that unmistakable flame of attraction and desire.
Whether it's fair or not, life is an ongoing contest with beauty as one of the main criteria. Beautiful people have a HUGE advantage and are given far more attention and rewards.
Beauty has always been a desirable attribute. A beautiful smile is a powerful component of that.
The wonderful thing about Cosmetic Dentistry is that Smile Beauty - once so rare and precious - has become widely accessible to so many more people. As Cosmetic Dentists, we have the special ability to transform smiles.
That's the magic of Cosmetic Dentistry.
In a nutshell, cosmetic dentistry is about addition and subtracting - adding little bits here and there, and taking away little bits here and there. The trick is knowing where to add and where to take away to transform a smile.
There are a variety of cosmetic options available to you.
Teeth whitening is the most common cosmetic dentistry procedure. Removing colour from teeth can restore vitality and a youthful appearance to your smile.
Contoruring Teeth involves shaving away excess tooth material and reshaping teeth. This is an easy fast procedure, though removing more tooth structure is not always the best choice.
Contouring gums involves removing excess gum tissue. This is also called a gum lift.
Cosmetic bonding involves adding tooth-coloured filling material onto teeth to reshape them. This is terrific for small alterations such as closing gaps. It's fast and reasonably affordable.
Porcelain veneers and crowns involve refacing teeth to reshape them and give that spectacular perfect-smile look. Smile makeovers typically involve multiple porcelain veneers.
Dental implants and briges are part of reconstructive procedures to rebuild a smile. Cosmetic and functional restoration are the dual benefits of this level of care.
Call our New Patient Hotline
416-231-0550 for a free smile consult.
How to Reach Us Now
If you're interested in becoming a new patient, call our New Patient Hotline and we'll arrange that for you.
To make it extra easy, we offer you a Free, No-Obligation First Visit that includes our 10-Point Healthy Smiles Inspection (est. value $68.54).
If you're still hesitant or just want to know more, use our Contact Form to send Denise a message. As our New Patient Coordinator, she helps people like yourself get back on track and would love to hear from you.
If you're ever in the area, you're welcome to drop in and check out our Toronto dental office for yourself. You have an open invitation to come by and visit us anytime. We want you to feel totally confident that you're making the right choice for you and your loved ones.
Find a Cosmetic Dentist in Toronto / Etobicoke: Our West Toronto Dental Clinic is conveniently located on Bloor Street, just a few steps west of Royal York (two doors from the Kingsway Theatre).