The Dentist of Champions
In this exciting Olympic season, The Texas Center for Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry believes that YOU should go for gold! Whether it’s for world-renowned athletes or their fans, Dr. Guy M. Lewis is known for creating gold medal smiles. For a healthy, confident, custom smile that shows off the best you, trust the precision, the skill, and the artistry of Dr. Lewis. An accredited and founding member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Lewis has been creating beautiful smiles in The Woodlands, TX, for over 30 years. Patients travel from around the world to seek out his expertise.
We are extremely proud to serve several former Olympic athletes as patients and honored that they chose to make TCCID the home for their dental needs and smile design. These Olympians in particular really have a lot to smile about: they were all gold medal winners. Read on to learn more about our legendary patients Shannon Miller, Laura Wilkinson, Chad Hedrick, and Dominique Moceanu…and check out their gold medal smiles!
Shannon Miller is a gold medal gymnast from the 1996 Olympic women’s team known as The Magnificent Seven. She is the most decorated U.S. gymnast of all time. Shannon currently resides in Florida with her husband and son, where she is now President of Shannon Miller Lifestyle: Health and Fitness for Women, and President of the Shannon Miller Foundation, dedicated to fighting childhood obesity.
Laura Wilkinson is a gold medal diver. She took home the gold medal in the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney despite suffering from a serious foot injury and later the 2005 World Championship in Montreal. She currently resides in The Woodlands, TX, with her husband and two daughters.
Chad Hedrick is a gold medal speed skater, having competed in the 2006 and 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Hedrick is known for revolutionizing the speed skating world with his unique “Double Push” technique. Chad currently resides in Houston, TX, with his wife and three children.
Dominique Moceanu is also a gold medal gymnast from the 1996 Olympic women’s team known as The Magnificent Seven. She holds the record for youngest USA gymnast to compete in the Olympic Games as well as the youngest gymnast to ever win the senior all-around title at the U.S. National Championship. She currently resides in Ohio with her husband and two children.