Cosmetic Dentistry

 

Our passion is making our patients' smiles the best and brightest they can be! We know that there is nothing more valuable than the self-esteem gained from having a terrific smile, which is why we offer a variety of advanced aesthetic dental procedures.

 

Teeth Whitening

 

It's an unavoidable fact: your teeth will darken over time. Food, drinks, tobacco, improper oral hygiene, even injuries and illness can all cause your smile to tarnish. But a white, bright smile makes a great impression, which is why we offer effective tooth whitening services.

If you've used over-the-counter solutions for teeth whitening, chances are you've been disappointed. For truly great tooth whitening, you need:

  • Trained professionals

  • Industry-proven methods

  • Advanced technology

  • Access to the latest and greatest dentistry has to offer

That's exactly why our tooth whitening is the best! Come in for a consultation, and let our experienced team recommend a whitening solution catered to your needs. From light-activated gels to take-home trays, we have access to prescription-level whitening systems that you simply can't find anywhere else.

Crowns

 

A crown is a custom-made covering that fits over an original tooth that is either decayed, damaged or cracked. Crowns are made of a variety of different materials such as porcelain, gold, acrylic resin or a mix of these materials.

The treatment plan for a patient receiving a crown usually involves:

  1. Numbing the tooth to remove the decay in or around it

  2. Re-sculpturing the tooth to provide an ideal fit for the crown

  3. Making a physical or digital impression of your teeth in order to create the custom crown

  4. Making a temporary crown out of acrylic resin and fitting it to the tooth while the custom crown is being made

  5. Removing the temporary crown and fitting the custom-made one onto the tooth

  6. Ensuring that the crown has the proper look and fit, and cementing it into place

New technologies have greatly reduced the time needed to make strong, natural-looking crowns. Once the procedure is completed, proper care should be taken to ensure the crown remains in good condition and the teeth and gums are healthy. Given proper care, your crowns can last a lifetime!

 

Veneers

 

Veneers are thin, semi-translucent shells customized from porcelain material and bonded to your teeth. Veneers are a great alternative to otherwise painful dental procedures to quickly improve the appearance of your smile.

Some common problems veneers are used for include:

  • Spaces between teeth

  • Broken or chipped teeth

  • Unsightly, stained or discolored teeth

  • Permanently stained or discolored teeth

  • Crooked or misshapen teeth

Veneers are a great aesthetic solution to your smile that may even help you avoid orthodontic treatment. Subtle changes to your smile can be achieved with veneers, and in most cases, veneer application is completed in only two office visits.

 

Dental Implants

 

Dental implants are one of the most popular choices for replacing missing teeth, due to its many strengths as a procedure. With dental implants, your tooth replacement looks, feels, bites and functions almost exactly like an actual tooth. Made of a biocompatible metal, implants are placed into the jaw and fuse with the surrounding bone and tissue. A crown is then placed on top of the impant on a part called the abutment. Implants are a great choice for:

  • Single Tooth Replacement

  • Anterior Replacement

  • Posterior Replacement

  • Full Arch Replacement

 

Composite Bonding

 

Composite bonding is used to improve the appearance of your teeth and enhance your smile. As the name indicates, composite material, either a plastic or resin, is bonded to an existing tooth. Unlike veneers or crowns, composite bonding removes little, if any, of the original tooth.

Composite bonding has many advantages:

  • Quick: composite bonding typically takes less than an hour to complete.

  • Conservative: Bonding does not reduce the tooth's original structure, keeping more good tooth enamel intact.

  • Frugal: Bonding is relatively inexpensive.

  • Natural: Composite resins better match natural tooth shades.

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