Smile Gallery

Enjoy some amazing smile transformations from Norcross Dentist Aristo Shyn D.M.D.

Our patients love our work, and here you can see why. Give us a call today or complete this form to request a consultation; the first step to getting the beautiful, healthy smile you’ve always wanted.

(actual patients)

Patient 1 Before / After

Our patient presented with upper incisors that were elongated with too much spacing. Proper planning, execution, and a top-tier team were what made this possible. Everyone is ecstatic with the smile makeover.

 

Patient 1 Before / After

Direct bonding allowed us to restore a broken incisor with near perfect shade matching and characterization.

 

Patient 1 Before / After

This case was completed in only 6 months using clear braces to address some uneven spacing!

 

Patient 1 Before / After

This patient presented to us with a severely discolored central incisor. An all-ceramic restoration was completed to re-create a natural profile in the esthetic zone.

 

Patient 2 Before / After

A broken incisor presented with little remaining tooth structure and uneven gum lines. This was a case that combined gum surgery and an all-ceramic crown to create restorability and proper esthetics.

 

Patient 3 Before / After

A missing upper left pre-molar was restored with an implant. The smile says everything!

 

Patient 4 Before / After

A new upper denture and a new lower metal-free partial denture were made for this patient.

 

Patient 5 Before / After

An atraumatic gingivectomy was performed to manage some severely overgrown gum tissues. The technique we used allowed for almost zero bleeding immediately afterwards, and the results at 6 months are amazing!

 

The custom shades, anatomy, and characterization of these all-ceramic restorations allowed us to restore this trauma victim’s smile, with exceptional results.

 

We were able to restore our patient’s smile with precision removable prostheses. This was his first time being able to smile in years.

 

Patient 1 Before / After

The critical aesthetic zone of most smiles involve the upper six anterior teeth. When performing reconstructive dentistry in this area, maintaining a natural appearance is sometimes more important than having the whitest teeth. A great balance was achieved in this case.