Shelby Dentist Provides Snap on Smile to Dental Patient in Michigan

www.thegentledentist.com The Snap on smile is a technique used by Shelby Twp. MI dentist Robert Antolak to enhance the appearance of one of his patients. This technique is an easy and affordable way to improve your smile. This is not a permanant method of enhancing the smile but can last a couple of years according to the manufacturer. In this video his patient has significant wear on his teeth from years of grinding or bruxism. Because his teeth are short he benefited greatly from having longer teeth. It not only looks better but he will be able to chew better because of the replacement of the missing tooth length. Top teeth also can look better using this temporary technique. If your teeth are short, small or spaces in between them this could be the treatment you are looking for since it costs around 00 for an entire arch (upper or lower jaw). Porcelain Crowns or veneers can cost that much per tooth so this is a good way to make a nice improvement for that special occasion. The Gentle Dentist provides General and Cosmetic Dental Services to the communities of Detroit, Sterling Heights, Macomb, Shelby Township, Clinton Twp, Warren, Washington, Chesterfield and New Baltimore Michigan and across Macomb County and Oakland County, Michigan

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22 Responses to “Shelby Dentist Provides Snap on Smile to Dental Patient in Michigan”

  1. I met with a Dentist and he said because I have a small mouth, it would be better to just get the top bridge and bleach the bottom up some. He said it’s 1250 I said, bye! lol. I’m not paying over 1000 to 1100 Such a rip off. It costs like 400 something to make it in the lab and then they get the profit. What a jerk.

  2. I would agree. This is not a long term solution but works. We do have a number of financial options available. If you call our office we can provide a free consultation to see if this would work for you. Have a great day. Our office phone number is 586-247-3500. Talk to you soon.

  3. Braces are anywhere between 3000$ – 8000$. Vaneers are at least 10,000$. I think 1100$ is a great price not to mention that you can do payments.

  4. lol

  5. rachellovesya14 on November 19th, 2012 at 2:08 pm

    PLEASE READ: I was wondering how much would it cost if I got my bottom and top teeth done for this? Would it be $1,000 for them both or would it cost $1,000 for each???? ThankYou.

  6. Got mine 2 days ago and very unhappy actually very upset that I purchased them. They are bulky, they are loose, they give me a huge over bite and worst of all dig into my gap hurting the gum between my gap! THE COMPANY WILL NOT REFUND YOUR MONEY. Something the dentist should tell you, mine did not.

  7. ….IN ORDER TO GET A SNAP ON SMILE YOU HAVE TO GO IN AN GET FITTED, SO HOW IS IT POSSIBLE TO DEAL WITH A DENTIST OUT OF THE COUNTRY? JUST ASKING LOL…BECAUSE IF YOU WANT THE PERFECT SNAP ON SMILE THEN YOU HAVE TO SEE A DENTIST NEAR YOU HOW COULD GET YOUR MOUTH FITTED FOR THE SNAP ON SMILE….IT TAKES A COUPLE WEEKS AFTER THEY ORDER IT.

  8. what shade did you use?
    

  9. That’s too expensive they only sell it here for only 250 dollars,i know a laboratory in the Philippines dentprolab visit their website its a amazing lab…brother!

  10. i noticed that too Xp

  11. FlameGangRida504 on November 19th, 2012 at 6:05 pm

    Do you have to pay for the top and bottom or do they come together?

  12. About $1100

  13. how much was it?

  14. “smile for us first…. uh alright” ahaha

  15. WHICH ONE LOOKS MORE REAL. VENEERS OR SNAP ON ?

  16. how much do they cost??

  17. I have a permanent brige in the upper side of my mouth. Would I still be able to use Snap On Smile? I would be concerned that removing it over time, might loosen my bridge. Has anyone used this product that has a permanent bridge?

  18. imnutscallmesquirl on November 19th, 2012 at 9:41 pm

    now hes just gotta get the top ones

  19. Guys please help us get this guy,type this name `Laurence Fishman` and watch,thanks a lot….we need your help..this is regarding low quality dental products

  20. Austin, These are taken care of by removing them and cleaning with a brush and you need to brush your teeth as normal.  They can last for a couple of years if you don’t chew too hard.

  21. AustinAddiction1 on November 19th, 2012 at 11:45 pm

    how do you take care of them? and how long do they last?

  22. You can eat and they snap in so they remain until you remove them.