REVIVE YOUR SMILE
Logan was born with a rare disorder called Ectodermal Dysplasia. This can cause a patient to have missing teeth as well as retaining baby teeth. Without many resources available to them, Logan's mother didn’t know where to turn for help.
Through his adolescent years Logan struggled both physically and mentally with his teeth. He has a lot of food allergies and unfortunately did not have the proper tooth structure to eat the foods that he could so his diet, weight, and overall health was always a concern. Unfortunately for Logan, his deformed smile started to cause him mental stress and anxiety. He stopped smiling and eating around people. He went into depression and even became a suicide risk.
See how Logan feels after his smile was revived.
REVIVE YOUR CONFIDENCE
Jahanna has feared dental offices since she was a child; to the point that her dental health suffered. From the smells to the sounds, she would get physically ill if she had to go to the dentist. If a problem arised, she would just have them pull the tooth. That way she could be in and out as fast as possible while still taking care of the pain.
Because of the deterioration of her teeth, Jahanna experienced difficulties landing jobs. She had spent her entire life working towards building it up and it was being taken away from her because of her smile. Jahanna became hopeless, losing her confidence in herself. Finally in 2020 she was ready to take action. While she still had her same fear and anxiety with dental offices, the doctors at Revive Dental Implant Center were also able to give her hope.
That’s what made the difference.
REVIVE YOUR LIFE
At age 24 Dana had a severe semi accident. The steering column went through the front and out the back of the skull, gutting his whole face. He was in the hospital for 2 1/2 years, without even knowing if he was going to make it or not. Dentally, they tried preserving what they could with bridges but everything just broke apart so badly that they never were able to align his teeth and jaws quite right.
The fix worked for about the first 20 years but unfortunately the technology just wasn’t what it is now and everything was just falling apart. In his early 40s Dana had to get an upper denture but little by little things continued to deteriorate. The last 15-20 years have been nothing but pain for Dana. He couldn’t open his mouth, he couldn’t fly, and it even kept him up at night with tears in his eyes. He was unable to truly live his life.
He finally realized something had to be done.