Every life takes a different path. Each trail is distinct, and each smile is along for a journey of unique experiences. The conditions and environments encountered differ from person to person, and as a result, each set of teeth and gums sees different foods, different degrees of care, and different genetics. Because no two smiles are the same, every treatment is as well. Differing sets of needs demand a broad scope of treatment capabilities, like those offered by Dr. Marzban. 

 

Some Tools for Smile Transformations

  • Veneers
  • Whitening
  • Invisalign
  • Crowns
  • Implants
  • Braces
  • Orthodontics
  • Teeth Bonding

 

Behaviors Affecting Health

Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is often an unconscious tick. People do it while they’re sleeping, or sometimes when they’re feeling nervous, usually wholly unaware that they are even doing it until the pain sets in. In some instances, the problem may become so advanced that patients wear down their teeth surfaces up to 20 percent of their original length. This degree of damage can make people very self-conscious and even keep them from showing off their smiles at all. With a focus on the combination of balance and beauty, Dr. Marzban can provide custom smiles to patients and give them back their self-confidence.  

 

Obstacles to Treatment

Beyond the scope of physical variables, emotional obstacles can curtail a smile’s beauty long before patients even sit down in a chair. Fear and anxiety surrounding dental visits are a part of a smile’s story just as much as their appearance and subsequent treatments. Overcoming this fear is often the most critical crossroads in a smile’s journey to beauty.

 

Begin Your Telling Your Smile Story

A story isn’t complete without a proper ending. Dr. Marzban understands that every smile needs something different because no two smiles are the same. Give your smile the attention it deserves. Resolutions bring stories full circle and neatly wrap up story arcs. It’s time you complete your smile’s story and schedule a consultation with Dr. Marzban. You can visit our contact page or call 703-349-4277 to schedule an appointment.