Bryan G Sicher
Dentist in Roanoke, VA
Dr. Sicher is a native of Kane, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Westminster College with a B. S. In Biology. After graduating from the Temply University School of Dentistry he joined the Navy and served with the second Marine Division and later aboard the USS Fulton. He worked for a dentist in Stafford, Virginia, before discovering Smith Mountain Lake. Dr. Sicher opened his practice at the lake in 1989 and moved to his current facility in 2001. His team has a combined fifty years of knowledge in the dental profession.
Bryan G Sicher
read moreAs a full-service dental practice, we offer individualized care to every patient, from toddlers to seniors. Compassion and service drive our professional team to provide the absolute best care possible for you and your family. Our mission at Smith Mountain Lake Dental Practice is to provide you with exceptional service and a pain-free dental experience. Our greatest reward is seeing your bright, healthy smile after every appointment. The key to our quality and success is our highly-trained staff, headed by Bryan G. Sicher, DMD.
read moreWe do everything we can to ensure that our office is a comfortable place where you feel safe and cared for. However, we understand that some people may need more than just a welcoming office to banish their worries about going to the dentist. If the thought of even a minor dental procedure makes you feel anxious, there's no need to be embarrassed. Many people experience some degree of dental anxiety, and the feeling can range from uneasiness to crippling fear. If you are one of the many people who experience dental anxiety, let us help!
read moreIf you suddenly find yourself dealing with a dental emergency, it can be overwhelming. It's hard to know where to turn or what to do, and all of these decisions have to be made on very short notice. When you have Smith Mountain Lake Dental Practice on your side, you won't have to deal with the uncertainty that comes with dental trauma. We can offer same-day treatments for dental emergencies, meaning you can get back on track to recovery as soon as possible. If you feel as though you or someone near you is experiencing a dental emergency, trust your instincts.
read moreOver time, teeth tend to naturally change color, often due to age. Habits like drinking coffee or smoking can speed up this discoloration process, leaving people with yellowed or stained teeth. Whether your teeth are badly stained or simply not as white as they could be, teeth whitening can help give you a new reason to smile. Teeth whitening is a simple process that doesn't take much time but can make a big difference to your appearance and self-confidence. If you've been looking for a way to brighten your smile, speak to us about our teeth whitening process.
read moreThe thought of having a tooth extracted might not be particularly appealing, but in many cases it might be the best way to bring you pain relief and improved oral health. If we believe an extraction is the best option for you, you can count on us to sit down with you and answer any questions you might have. There are several reasons why you might need to have a tooth removed. In some cases, an extraction might help with crowding. If your teeth are becoming crooked due to too many teeth in too small a space, removing one of these teeth can allow the others the room they need to grow naturally.
read moreVeneers are strong, thin shells that are placed over teeth to strengthen them and improve their appearance. These coverings are securely bonded to your natural teeth and are tooth-colored, so they'll be durable while looking completely natural in your mouth. Whether your veneers are made of porcelain or composite resin materials, you can expect them to restore your smile to its natural beauty while strengthening your teeth at the same time. If your teeth are cracked, chipped, or discolored, you may be a great candidate for veneers.
read moreMany people want straight, beautiful teeth, but not many people are interested in the wires and brackets of traditional braces. Fortunately, we can offer you a solution that will straighten your teeth- no metal necessary. Invisalign is a teeth-straightening method that's easy to use without drawing undue attention to your mouth. Rather than using wires to gradually shift your teeth into place, Invisalign treatment uses smooth, clear trays. As your teeth begin to shift, you will periodically receive a new tray to replace your outdated one.