Is Dentistry An Art?

When you go to your regular dentist’s office and receive the hum-drum cleaning and flossing, it’s hard to imagine dentistry as an art. However, when you are unhappy with your smile, you need more than just a dentist to give you the gleeming smile you desire…you need an artist.

Turning a flawed smile into something beautiful requires a dentist with an artistic eye. This is someone who can see the imperfections, asymmetries, irregularities, and deviations from “ideal” AND this is someone that can visualize the perfect smile that best suits YOUR face and lifestyle. It also requires someone that can maximize the variety of techniques and materials to construct that perfect smile, including braces, porcelain veneers, inlays and onlays, crowns, bridges, and even dental implants.

Dr. Castaneda is one such dentist. She combines technical expertise with an artistic sense that can’t entirely be learned. For over 25 years, she has been honing her skills, turning every patient’s smile into a work of art.

If you are not happy with your smile, you should not trust your teeth to just any dentist. If you live in the San Francisco area, make sure you work with the best. 

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