Cosmetic Dentistry in Fort Lauderdale
Creating Beautiful, Natural Smiles with Experienced Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Charmaine Johnson
Dr. Johnson takes a highly individualized approach to each smile. She will consult with you in
Extensive Planning & Preparation
To help you achieve your smile goals, Dr. Johnson encourages you to bring in photos of when you were younger or photos from magazines of how you would like your teeth to look. Using special cosmetic imaging software, she shows you what the final result of your treatment would be.
Dr. Johnson then makes study models of your teeth, as well as a wax model of the proposed new smile. If either your or Dr. Johnson has any doubt about the new design, Dr. Johnson fabricates plastic teeth that you can try out in your mouth, which allows you to see exactly how your final smile will look. By doing this, she ensures that at the end of treatment, you are completely satisfied with the result.
Complimentary Cosmetic Consultation
Meet with Dr. Johnson and learn about the available options to transform your smile. Get any questions answered.
Your free consultation will include:
- Smile evaluation
- Consultation with Dr. Johnson
- Get your questions answered
Excellent Lab & Materials
Dr. Johnson works with an excellent dental lab that provides exceptional personal service. A lab technician comes out to Dr. Johnson’s office to consult with you in person, and before your new teeth are bonded into your mouth at the end of treatment, final adjustments are made at the lab if needed. Dr. Johnson and the lab use top-quality materials to ensure your new smile is very aesthetic and looks perfectly natural.
Tools Dr. Johnson Uses for Cosmetic Dentistry
Invisalign® Clear Teeth Straightening
Invisalign treatment is a series of clear, removable aligners to comfortably and effectively straighten your teeth.
In-office and Ultra-strength take-home Teeth Whitening
Implants provide stable, long-lasting tooth replacement for a single tooth, multiple teeth or a full arch of teeth.
Cosmetic Gum Recontouring
When too much gum tissue covers the teeth it creates a “gummy smile.”