Guy M. Lewis
About My Practice
How do you involve patients in their care?
I work from start to finish with patients, including them in all major decisions to help them fulfill their dreams of a beautiful healthy smile.
How far does your clientele reach?
While the majority of our patients live here in Texas, we also treat patients from all over the world.
What famous personalities have you treated?
My patient base includes Emmy award winners, professional athletes, olympic gold medalists, and rock and roll hall-of-fame musicians.
What are some things patients may not know about you?
I have been featured in Cosmopolitan, Delta Sky, Redbook, Southern Living, Continental, Spirit Southwest airlines, Texas monthly and Town & Country magazines.
Affiliation:Accredited Member, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Adjunct Professor, Baylor College of Dentistry, Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation
A Minute With
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
What i love most about my profession
It really does change lives and restore confidence
How my profession has evolved
Cosmetic dentistry was practically unheard of a few decades ago when
I started practicing and now it is the best option for people who are looking for a smile makeover
Three words that best describe me
Gregarious, caring, optimistic
The future of my field
Research is being done right now on how to use stem cells to actually grow teeth that could potentially be used
for dental implants, which could be incredible for people who have lost teeth
My dream innovation
Actually, I invented my own non-prep G. Lewis Veneers, a superthin alternative that provides a beautiful, more natural finished product with
virtually no reduction of the teeth, unlike traditional veneers
My greatest achievements
My family…and whatever I did to cast a spell and get my wife to marry me
What sets my practice apart
Not only are we a onestop-shop, providing almost all dental needs for patients without having to refer them
out for services, but we are also famous for our comfortable, spa-like
How i make the best first impression
With a genuine willingness to listen—I take the time to listen to the patient’s desires and concerns for their smile
- Complete Smile Makeover
- Full Mouth Reconstruction-Smile Lift
- Non-Prep G. Lewis Veneers-Developed by Dr. Lewis and da Vinci Dental Studios
- Porcelain Veneers, Crowns and Bridges
- Dental Implants
- Gum Contouring
- Tooth Colored Fillings and Bonding
- Sedation Dentistry
- Snap-On Smile™
- Implant-Fixed Dentures
- KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching™
- Zoom!® Teeth Whitening System
- General Dentistry
How much can tooth contouring change my smile?What our experts say:
You can get a dramatic change from tooth contouring depending on the situation. If you have pointy teeth and you don’t want that or if you have uneven teeth, it’s amazing what tooth contouring can do for your smile.
Can a gum lift erase my gummy smile and how much will it hurt?What our experts say:
I wouldn’t say it’s painless. It can be uncomfortable but usually it’s more of a tenderness for a few days to a week that can be managed with Advil. I would say it has mild to moderate discomfort. It can give dramatic results.
Can a smile makeover help me look younger?What our experts say:
When we’re doing veneers and full mouth reconstruction, we’re often doing something called opening the bite where we restore it to how it was before they ground their teeth down and lost the vertical height in the lower third of the face. I call it a smile lift. What were doing is building the teeth up to support the face for a more youthful look.
What are the advantages of no-prep veneers?What our experts say:
The obvious advantage is that you don’t have to remove any of the enamel, so your teeth are not altered. Some people like the security of knowing that if something were to happen in the future, then they could have them taken off and it would be like they had never done anything to their teeth. It’s more conservative, which patients like. I developed my own type of no-prep veneers called G. Lewis Veneers, and I did that because there are others on the market that I didn’t feel looked very good. So I developed these to be more lifelike and precise. I was concerned about them being too bulky, but when I committed to creating G. Lewis Veneers, I was surprised at how thin we could make them.
When do you need crowns instead of veneers?What our experts say:
If someone has a large filling or broken down tooth, sometimes a crown is a better option. Or if it’s way out of alignment and the upper and lower teeth don’t touch, you can use a crown to help fix the bite. If the teeth have had root canals, the teeth might need to be crowned because they tend to be more brittle, but not all the time. For the back teeth, I would definitely recommend a crown if they have had root canals.