Oral Analysis

Take the Oral Health Analysis Test – Do you have Sore Gums or Stained Teeth?

Your oral health affects your general health and may also impact or alter your self-image.  The appearance of your smile can greatly influence the quality of your interactions with others.  Many people hold back from laughing or smiling because they are uncomfortable or embarrassed about odor or appearance.  The following questions are designed to honestly appraise your oral health.  Go to a mirror, smile as wide as you can, and ask yourself the following questions:

  Are any of my teeth yellow, stained or somewhat discolored?      
  Would I like my teeth to be whiter?      
  Do I have any gaps or spaces between my teeth?      
  Are any of my teeth turned, crooked, or uneven?      
  Am I missing any teeth?      
  Do I see any pitting or defects on the surfaces of my teeth?      
  Are the edges of any teeth worn down, chipped or uneven?      
  Do any of my teeth appear too small, short, large or long?      
  Do I have any prior dental work that appears unnatural?      
  Do I have any crowns or bridges that appear dark at the edge of my gums?      
  Do I have any gray, black or silver (mercury) fillings in my teeth?      
  Do I have a "gummy" smile (too much of my gums show when smiling)?      
  Are my gums red, sore, puffy, bleeding or receded?      
  Does the appearance of my smile inhibit me from laughing or smiling?      
  When being photographed, do I smile with my lips closed instead of flashing a full smile?      
  Am I self-conscious about my teeth or smile?      
  Would I like to change anything about the appearance of my teeth or smile?      

If you answered YES to ANY of the questions above, we would be happy to help you resolve your dental concerns.  There are often several options to improve your oral health and/or the appearance of your smile. To receive information about your concerns or answers to your oral analysis, please complete the form below.

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