October 24, 2021

860 111th Ave. • North Naples, FL 34108 • (239) 593-4915
819 Del Prado Blvd. • Cape Coral, FL 33990 • (239) 772-3700

11609 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 24 • Fort Myers, FL 33907 • (239) 275-8880


Enjoy each day, smiling with total confidence. For optimum appeal and function, Dr. Molzan & Dr. Shartzer provide comprehensive services so you can enjoy a confident, appealing, healthy smile. Treatment recommendations are based on your individual needs and desires and may include:
  • Crown & Bridge: Combinations to recreate an exceptionally natural look and feel.
  • Life Like Dentures & Partials: To provide a secure, comfortable feel. Until now, most dentures look unnatural. Not anymore with our new Lifelike Denture System. In fact, no one will ever know you’re even wearing these dentures unless you tell them. New patented Lifelike Dentures represent a dramatic breakthrough in the construction and design of dentures. More importantly is what this means to denture wearers themselves in terms of confidence and self-esteem, as well as a new found pleasure in chewing. Don’t let dentures put a damper on your life.
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  • Dental Implants:To replace missing teeth with stability and function much like natural teeth.
    Dental Implants
    One Missing Tooth
    Section of Missing Teeth
    All Teeth Missing
    "Teeth in an Hour"™
A flattering smile can enhance appearance and self-esteem. With today' s advanced materials, state-of-the-art technology, and a highly competent team, Drs. Molzan & Shartzer offer all options in smile enhancement. Through advanced training, they are skilled in creating flattering smiles with a natural appearance. Teeth that are discolored, chipped, cracked, or misaligned can often be repaired in one or two appointments. For a smile you'll love, one or a combination of techniques may be recommended: HEALTHY SMILES...
The health of your teeth and gums is important for lasting smiles. The best way to protect your smile and avoid costly treatment is through prevention. Research has found a link between gum disease and heart disease, diabetes, stroke, memory loss, and preterm births. If risk factors are present, a program to restore your mouth to a healthy state will be developed. Then, to maintain your oral health and appearance, a regimen of careful cleaning and regular examination is incorporated into an individualized preventive program.
Harvard Study

Dental Implants:
Educational Brochure

One Missing Tooth
A single dental implant is the ideal way to replace a missing tooth. Traditional methods of crown and bridge require the “cutting down” of perfectly healthy teeth on both sides of the missing tooth. The “root form” implant takes the place of the tooth root which in addition to holding a crown or tooth, can help bone to maintain it’s density. Most of the time, an implant can be placed at the same time that the tooth is extracted.

Section of Missing Teeth
Two or more dental implants can be used in an area where a section of teeth are missing. Implants are a superior alternative to partial dentures which can be loose and cause discomfort to anchor teeth. Individual crowns or a bridge (connected crowns0 are placed on the implants giving the look and feel of natural teeth. It isn’t necessary to have an individual implant for every single crown. Call today for your free consultation.

All Teeth Missing
Patients who have lost all of their teeth are well aware of the limitations of traditional dentures. They can become loose and move around or even fall out while talking and eating. Adhesives are messy and tend to leak and alter taste of foods. Dental implants offer a great alternative to loose dentures. Single crowns can be placed on each implant to restore chewing and speech. In some cases connected crowns or bridgework can be placed on dental implants for strength when it is necessary to have each crown on its own implant. Dental implants can also be used to hold dentures in place. This prevents slipping and the need for adhesives altogether.

"Teeth in an Hour"™
In just one hour you can have beautiful teeth that do not come out! Chew the same day. Minimal surgery, unlike with traditional implants. Reduced discomfort and swelling. No stitches. Minimal office visits. Only one appointment for Implants and Teeth! In most cases you only need to come in once before the actual treatment.
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Teeth in an Hour Brochure

Porcelain Veneers
Veneers, or laminates, are used to change or enhance the color, shape, or size of your teeth with minimal tooth reduction. A cosmetic alternative to full crowns or caps, to give you the smile you’ve always wanted. They will fill in spaces between teeth, cover any little chips or defects, and get you that make over “Hollywood” smile.

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Cerac is a one visit dentistry, state of the art technology procedure. One appointment to change those black fillings to a permanent white inlay or onlay. The procedure uses a 3-D camera to create an optical impression, no more goopy impression material in your mouth, all done by computer and state-of-the-art CAD software, and cemented that same appointment. Your tooth is restored back to its natural form, function and beauty in just one sitting.
What CEREC can do for you
How CEREC works...Step by Step
CEREC Innovation

Tooth-colored Fillings
We can replace old, broken down metal fillings that detract from your smile using ceramic, composite or fiber reinforced composites. These restorations look natural because shades are selected to match the color of your teeth. These restorations are kind to your opposing teeth, wear more like natural enamel, and can regain most of your tooth’s original strength.

Tooth Whitening
You have great teeth but not a great color? Whitening can ve the answer. It can take yellow or grey teeth and give you that white color you always wanted. Deep Bleaching Laser whitening, Zoom< can be done in office or trays can be sent home for home whitening. You’ll be smiling with beautiful white teeth that will enhance your life in no time!
Deep Bleaching Information

Harvard Research Symposium
“People without teeth or with diseased teeth and gums have a life expectancy 9.8 years less than those who have a healthy oral environment”.
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