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Digital Smile Design in Olney, MD

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Digital Smile Design (DSD) has done wonders for cosmetic dentistry! Gone is the use of goopy impression materials and wasted time! Around the world, patients have benefited from Digital Smile Design, and now we’re offering this advanced and efficient technology to patients in Olney, MD, and the surrounding Montgomery County community. Not every dentist’s office provides DSD, as it takes time, training, and a thorough understanding of cosmetic dentistry to master these skills and provide them to patients. Digital Smile Design offers impressive results and a more predictable outcome for every patient as it allows us to plan a smile makeover before we start treatment! 

With our 3Shape software, Dr. Lomke can digitally redesign your smile in 10 min while you are still in the chair!

Every patient that visits our Olney, MD office receives a free digital smile design! We understand the full potential of DSD and want our community to experience it!


What is Digital Smile Design?

Many patients need dental procedures performed due to injuries, illness, or other issues that impact the look of their smiles and their oral health. Imagine being able to digitally plan solutions to these problems in an extremely predictable way. That is the beauty of Digital Smile Design. DSD is a tool that enhances our diagnostic vision, improves predictability, and makes communication between our patients and us better. By using digital scans to plan treatments, we have immediate communication with our patients and labs to effectively customize treatments. We are able to tailor our treatment plans through an analysis of our patients’ dental and facial proportions. We use videos, photographs, and temporary digital mockups to have an in-depth understanding of the relationship between the patients’ lips, gums, and teeth to understand how they work together to create the patient’s smile. 

Digital Smile Design is Different

Other dental providers and treatment plans use techniques similar to DSD. Some aspects of digital imaging and software come into play, but DSD is a full-solution procedure. With DSD, we’re able to show you precisely what your smile will look like after the procedure. This process offers the transparency and straightforward communication that patients need. Being able to watch your smile transform right before your eyes is so valuable and offers clarity that many other solutions cannot. 

The Process of DSD Explained

We offer complimentary consultations. If you need to learn more about the benefits of DSD, we’ll be more than happy to discuss them with you before you commit to going through with the process. If you decide to move forward, we take photos and videos of every angle of your mouth using an intraoral scanner and DSLR camera. We then import that data into our DSD software where we then use a digital library of various shapes and forms that we place over your teeth to create an entirely new smile. 

During this process, you have complete control. If you don’t like the way that your future smile looks, then you can say so, and we’ll go above and beyond until you do. Once your design is approved, we send our data to our cosmetic dental technicians and the magic begins! If DSD piques your interest, then give us a call today. 

Come to Smile Designs of Olney for All of Your Cosmetic Procedures

For your smile makeover or any other dental needs, come to Smile Designs of Olney! Book an appointment with us. Whether you want your teeth whitened, straightened, or restored altogether, we pride ourselves in quality patient care and giving you the smile makeover that you deserve. Our small, professional staff will make you feel right at home. We service the Montgomery County regions including Olney, Laytonsville, Brookville, Silver Spring, Rockville, Columbia, Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Germantown, MD. Contact us at (301) 260-0700, visit us online, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube.

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