Your health is our number one priority, however, we also want you to feel confident that your smile looks its best.
If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, you should know that modern cosmetic dentistry offers a solution for almost any flaw. Discuss your aesthetic goals with your dentist so that we can design a comprehensive treatment plan just for you!
Whitening your teeth is one of the most straightforward and most cost-effective improvements you can make. Drugstore whitening kits may be cheap and easy to find, but nothing beats a professional whitening service.
When you see a movie star with perfect teeth, there’s a good chance that veneers were used to craft that smile!
A veneer is a thin shell of porcelain or composite resin that we bond to the front of your tooth. Veneers can be used to correct cosmetic problems by improving the color, shape, length, or size of a tooth. You can get one veneer or multiple, depending on your aesthetic goals.
Dental implants are the most realistic tooth replacement option available today. They offer a more permanent tooth replacement solution compared with other replacement options. Ask your dentist about the benefits of dental implants.
If you need a filling, there are two popular materials we can use to do the job – amalgam or composite resin. Both are safe to use and effective.
The difference is the cosmetic result.
Amalgam is a traditional metal filling that creates a very visible silver or gray spot against the white of your tooth. However, we can also choose composite resin fillings that exactly match the shade of your natural tooth for a seamless, invisible repair.
We also use composite resin for a process called dental bonding. We apply the material in a putty-like state to the surface of your tooth to give it the perfect shape. The material hardens, and then your dentist trims and polishes it further to achieve a flawless appearance.
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Your first step toward the perfect smile is contacting our office to schedule a consultation. Your dentist will listen to your concerns and design a personal treatment plan!