You imagine your new smile; Dr. Rioux creates it. The term Smile Design applies to the enhancement of a smile using a combination of methods. Your eyes, lip line, coloring, gum tissue, and face are all considered when a new smile is designed for you.
Your redesigned smile will be beautiful, strong, and natural looking - a smile you'll feel great about that will shine through all aspects of your life.
Do you long for a beautiful, healthy, and functional smile? With full mouth rehabilitation, Dr. Rioux can renew your smile, the ability to eat anything you wish, and so much more!
Dr. Rioux has extensive training and a broad background in rehabilitating worn or damaged teeth. She partners only with well-respected and progressive dental specialists, technicians, and labs to ensure you receive the best dental care.
Of all of the methods available for changing the look of your smile, porcelain veneers are among the most popular and successful options for our patients. This modern procedure is an excellent solution for fixing cracked, chipped, crooked, or stained teeth.
The process involves removing a small amount of tooth structure to make room for the veneer. Veneers are crafted by sending precise impressions to our dental lab where they will beautifully fabricate the veneer to blend naturally with your new smile.
Lumineers are all-ceramic restorations that look just like beautiful, natural teeth. Since no alteration to the underlying tooth structure is required, they are a great solution for restoring teeth that appear too small or have gaps around them.
Teeth whitening is a safe and effective way to dramatically improve your overall appearance. We offer in-office whitening as well as take-home kits.
Why choose professional whitening instead of over-the-counter products? Our whitening products have stronger agents than store products, which can make your natural tooth color brighter and produce more consistent results.
Dental implants are an excellent option to replace missing teeth. Their structure and functionality allow you to enjoy the simple things in life, such as eating your favorite foods and smiling proudly.
They replace the natural root of the tooth, which can then be restored with a custom-fit crown, a bridge for multiple missing teeth. They can even provide stability and support for a full denture.
Crowns have the ability to reinforce smiles with beauty and durability. They cover the part of the tooth that is visible in the mouth and can replace tooth structure missing from old restorations, fractures, or decay.
There are many options for choosing your crown, but we typically provide Emax porcelain crowns to give your smile an aesthetic, natural look.
Dental bridges, an alternative to dental implants, can restore your smile to its natural appearance and return its comfort and function. A bridge is a fixed porcelain restoration used to replace a missing tooth (or several teeth) by joining an artificial tooth permanently to adjacent teeth.
Do you wish to have a straighter smile, but don't want to deal with metal braces? At Harbor Hill Dentistry, our Invisalign® treatment can help. Invisalign® consists of smooth, comfortable, and virtually invisible plastic aligners that you wear over your teeth. These aligners gradually shift your teeth into place overtime.
Invisalign doesn't ask to put your life on hold. The aligners are removable, so you can eat whatever you want and brush normally. The best part: People will hardly notice you're receiving treatment.
TMJ disorder can be a very painful and debilitating problem. When the area of the temporomandibular joint is out of alignment, it can cause symptoms throughout the entire body.
Some of the most successful TMJ treatments include adjusting the bite through the use of orthotics or orthodontics, thus restoring the teeth and jaws to their correct and most comfortable positions.
Do you suffer from TMJ pain? Or, would you like to learn more about what causes TMJ pain, and how you can conquer it? Click the button below to download your FREE copy of Dr. Rioux's new eBook.
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Our patients' smiles are so natural, they’re often mistaken as “good genetics.”