Cosmetic Dentistry
Dr. Guyot believes that all dentistry must have a cosmetic aspect to it. Every single material used to restore teeth has its pluses and minuses from a cosmetic perspective, and according to Dr. Guyot, every restoration that is done to a tooth should be done in a fashion where the cosmetics are not ignored. Different patients also have different cosmetic needs. In areas where the restoration may affect the way a patient smiles or looks, Dr. Guyot uses the highest quality materials to achieve as natural a look as possible.




Some of the common cosmetic dental treatments include tooth whitening, enamel shaping, dental re-shaping and contouring, bonding, veneers, and laser gum shaping. This is apart from the prosthetic dentistry that can help to transform the aesthetics of the teeth dramatically, and provide an improved cosmetic appearance, in addition to its functional and health benefits.

Latest Developments in Cosmetic Dentistry

In recent years, cosmetic dentistry has gone through a revolution in terms of dental materials and techniques. The materials are improving every year with advancements in technology. Advanced qualities in porcelain, for instance, are giving rise to very high quality veneers that are able to transform the appearance of the teeth. Similarly, in the area of prosthetic dentistry, there are superior techniques, equipment and materials that are able to help the patients improve their aesthetics in a far better manner than before. But Dr. Guyot still believes that every technology is only as good as the person using it. Therefore, the performing surgeonís skills and experience still make the crucial difference between a good job and a great job in cosmetic dentistry.
Dental Inlays and Onlays Tustin: Dr. Guyot talks about Inlays and Onlays
Q: What are Dental Inlays and Onlays?
A: If a tooth has a defect that has been caused by tooth decay, biting or chemical erosion, and the damage is not extensive enough to warrant a full crown, but is large enough that a regular filling may be too weak, we can utilize the dental onlay. There are cases when a tooth is damaged such that one or more cusps are so weak and undermined, that the cusp is at high risk of fracturing off. Click Here to Read More
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Patient Success Stories
Having a horrifying experience with a dentist over five years ago, I decided to put off my dental care. After being referred to Dr. Guyot by my girlfriend, who is a long-standing patient of his, I decided to give him a chance. It was the best decision going to him. His care and treatment has put my fears of dentists behind me and has put the care and treatment of my teeth as a priority. (M. Mayo)
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