Cosmetic dentistry isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. True smile design takes into account the shape, color and texture of your existing facial features. Dentistry is a combination of mechanical and artistic skill.
Dr. Beers developed the mechanical and technical skill he needed by doing his post doctoral work in orthodontics with an emphasis on function. He is a founding member of the Academy of Laser Dentistry where he gained the expertise he needed in soft tissue contouring, he was even published for his work on two procedures; the frenectomy and the gingivectomy.
For over 3 decades he has committed to high standards on the technical aspects of creating crowns that fit and function well. With that experience level, Dr. Beers has earned Fellowship status with the Academy of General Dentistry, but that is only part of the equation.
In order for an artist to create great art, that artist must know the principles and tools of the medium in which they work. The same is true for aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry. A tooth is not solid white but a nuanced blend of several colors and some parts of the tooth allow more light to pass through than others. Neither is a tooth a simple rectangle or completely flat and smooth.
Understanding the art behind creating your smile is what drove Dr. Beers to seek out an organization committed to excellence in smile design what it takes to achieve results only rivaled by nature, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Beers submitted to an arduous training and testing process that ultimately ended in having his cases peer reviewed by some of the top cosmetic dentists in the country in order to obtain accredited member status.