This is an older shot, (that's my wife's arm around my neck). In this shot - you can see the situation I have had all my life.
In the smile, you notice that dark spot. It is the root canal I had as a child! In the grand scheme of things, my smile
migrated from this shot to the bottom shot in a period of about three years. It could have been done sooner, but my
dentist - to his credit, wanted to be sure in his professional opinion that this was the way to go!
I found this top picture of me at a friend's wedding, It is after the bonding. I had eaten some food and drank a lot of
coffee just prior to this shot, so the teeth are a little off color... the second shot shows how the bonding looks better over
time! That second shot is probably a year after the top one!
This middle picture is a smile shot I took just after the first set of extractions. You can see that some of the teeth on the
right side of the picture are missing. This is the best shot I have of a close up of my smile BEFORE the extractions had
This is my immediate denture. It really looks like real teeth. It looks like I had my teeth fixed up nicely. The lower teeth,
which are my natural ones, are not as bright - you can tell that a bit here in this shot. Also note the imperfect "S" curve
thing going on with this denture. This is due to it matching up with my imperfect lower natural teeth!
As a child - look at those teefers! By the way, yes that is chocolate on my lower lip in this shot...
Progression to date, BrightSmile and bonding:
First set of dentures:
PW7 Shade Color:
NOTE: This shot is the same shot as the picture above the menu. I am currently having a new set of dentures (also PW7)
created and adjusted to show my smile better now that a lot of healing has gone on. I have to do a lot of updating on this
web site to make it better. As of today, 3 April 2010, I have been able to get a lot of updating accomplished.
I have two more pages to migrate to this format, and import those pictures. Stay tuned.
My email address changed, I am making the correction in all these pages, email@example.com is correct, long story
on why I let the vdo1.us site expire...
I am getting more and more people who email me and ask good questions about the experience. Feel free to contact
me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this whole thing. I don't answer anything sexual in nature, but there
are a lot of good questions people ask me. So - feel free to email me and ask. I give my truthful and honest answers to
The entire goal of this site is to help those thinking about going through such a drastic step be able to begin to locate
information to help them make an informed decision as well as to know what to expect during the process!
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