Dr. Susan McMahon, an AACD accredited cosmetic dentist and seven-time award winner in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s Annual Smile Gallery, will use advanced technologies to give you a smile makeover. Her expertise includes tooth whitening and straightening, porcelain crowns and veneers, ceramic crowns, implant restoration, full reconstruction and cosmetic bonding.
You no longer have to live with chipped, cracked or worn teeth that hinder your self esteem. Dr. Susan McMahon offers ultra-thin veneers that can give you the amazing smile that you deserve.
Veneers are custom made ultra-thin laminates that are sculpted to a perfect shape, polished and bonded directly to the tooth surface. Veneers can be applied to close gaps between teeth, to align crowded teeth and to brighten dull or heavily stained teeth.
You remember bright white teeth? You had them years ago, before coffee, tea, wine, tobacco and medicines like tetracycline found ways to stain and yellow your teeth. Now your most comprehensive solution is through professional tooth whitening technology – Dr. Susan McMahon can make your teeth at least five shades whiter! It’s simple and painless and it’s FDA approved! With periodic touch-ups in our office or using a disposable product at home, you may keep that bright white smile for up to five years!
Crooked teeth can easily become a thing of the past. And it’s a whole lot easier to get straight teeth through veneers, bonding or reshaping. The new materials and bonding technology can reshape and rebuild deficiencies in about 80% of the patients we see.
Most treatments are complete in just one or two visits. Cosmetic restoration eliminates the need for braces and can give you the smile you’ve always wanted!
If anyone has ever offered you a mint, perhaps they were politely telling you that your breath is terrible. Almost all of us have experienced times when our breath has become a problem and sometimes the solution is more than just brushing. Typically, bad breath can come from broken or leaking fillings, gum disease, impacted teeth or a build up of plaque and tarter that can harbor odor-causing bacteria. Here at Dr. Susan McMahon's office, we can evaluate the problem and treat it. As a routine part of our clinical exam, we also include an oral cancer exam and a periodontal evaluation.