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Dr, Chiann Gibson

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  • Dr. Gibson was the 2016 - 2017 President of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (7000 members)
  • Dr. Gibson is 1 of only 12 Illinois Dentists, to pass and achieve the difficult AACD Accreditation status.
  • Dr. Gibson was awarded Fellowship status with the International Academy For Dental Facial Esthetics (IADEE)
  • Dr. Gibson loves kids, earning a degree in early childhood psychology recognized for her work with autism and special needs children.
  • Dr. Gibson was awarded an Adjunct Professorship with Tufts University Dept of Prosthodonctics and Operative Dentistry.
  • Dr. Gibson has many celebrity patients, but she treats every patient like our only patient, never a number.
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Aesthetics:
Also esthetics. Having to do with a beautiful appearance. Refers to cosmetic dentistry.
AACD:
American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
Bite:
Also called occlusion, refers to how upper and lower teeth fit together.
Braces:
Also called orthodontics or orthodontia, braces are generally composed of wires and brackets. They use tension to realign permanent teeth for better occlusion, esthetics, and/or spacing. Clear braces or aligners, such as Invisalign or Red, White, and Blue are now popular alternatives to traditional metal braces.
Composite Resin:
Plastic dental filling or bonding material that contains small glass or ceramic particles. Applied as a liquid and cured with a light or chemical catalyst.
Cosmetic Dentistry:
Also called esthetic or aesthetic dentistry. Procedures that correct imperfections in the appearance of a smile. Can include teeth whitening,veneers, etc.
Crown:
Portion of a tooth that extends above the gum line. Also refers to a lab-made restoration known as a cap. Also refers to the false tooth placed on a dental implant.
Dentition:
Arrangement of teeth.
Enamel:
White, hard tissue, outer layer of the portion of a tooth that extends above the gum line. Covers dentin.
Filling:
Amalgam or composite resin material that replaces tooth decay.
Gingiva:
Gum tissue.
Gingivectomy:
Surgical removal (reduction) of gum tissue for esthetics or crown lengthening.
Impression:
A soft mold of teeth and gums to use for fabricating prosthetics and restorations.
Inlay:
Restoration made in a dental lab, then bonded into the area of a tooth between cusps. Larger and stronger than a filling, yet not as significant as a crown.
Instant Orthodontics:
Application of veneers to correct the appearance of misaligned front teeth for cosmetic reasons.
Intraoral Camera:
Small camera, usually on a "wand." Projects images from inside the mouth onto a monitor. Used for accurate diagnoses, patient education, records, and insurance claims.
Laminate:
Lab-made porcelain or plastic veneer bonded to the front of a tooth.
Malocclusion:
Misalignment of teeth that affects the bite, or how upper and lower teeth fit together.
Occlusion:
Also called bite, refers to how upper and lower teeth and fit together.
Onlay:
Restoration made in a dental lab, then bonded into one or more cusps of a tooth. Larger and stronger than a filling, yet not as significant as a crown.
Orthodontics:
Dental specialty that deals with alignment of teeth.
Prosthesis:
Also called a prosthetic, refers to a false tooth or appliance such as a bridge, denture, partial, or dental implant.
Smile Makeover:
A treatment plan that includes various cosmetic and esthetic restorative procedures to improve the appearance of a smile.
Teeth Whitening:
Bleaching teeth with chemicals. Can be done in one hour with a light or with trays worn daily for about two weeks.
Veneer:
Cosmetic dental treatment that involves lab-made porcelain or plastic wafers bonded to front teeth to mask chips, cracks, misalignments, or other imperfections.

General Dentistry

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Surgery / Dental Implants

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Family Dentistry

Your family's oral health is important to you – and to us! We've created a warm, nurturing...

Cosmetic Dentistry

Modern aesthetic dentistry is an art and a skill. At Smiles by Dr. Gibson & Associates, our cosmetic...

Orthodontic Dentistry

For most people, achieving a healthy, beautiful smile is the reason for receiving orthodontic...