When your mother is a dental hygienist, receiving all that general dentistry has to offer is a lifestyle! From the eruption of their first tooth and continuing into adulthood, Landon and Lindsey were informed about the importance of taking good care of their teeth. Their general dental care included receiving regular cleanings at least twice a year, very thorough and regular dental exams, and fluoride treatments as kids. They routinely brush, floss, and maintain a healthy diet. Their back teeth received protective dental sealants whenever there was a pronounced groove to limit the opportunity for tooth decay to form. If any area of decay was noted, it was treated quickly and conservatively with bonded tooth-colored restorations. Even though Landon and Lindsey’s teeth were healthy and their general dental care was optimum, they knew that even well-cared-for, healthy teeth can use some enhancement at times. The size, shape, and color of their teeth did not fit their expectations for their smiles. Landon’s teeth were just too small for his smile and excessive fluoride ingested as the teeth were forming caused a condition known as enamel fluorosis. The teeth were mottled or blotchy in color with patches of white. Landon wanted better alignment of the teeth with the size of the teeth slightly larger to eliminate the existing gaps between the teeth – for a more ideal, fuller smile. Lindsey was unhappy with the color and shape of several of her front teeth. Her goals were for a brighter smile with more uniformly shaped teeth. Landon, Lindsey, and their parents were thrilled with the final result, which included tooth bleaching and conservative porcelain veneers.