When you look good, you feel good. And feeling comfortable with your smile can do wonders for your self-confidence so you can live your life to the fullest. The field of cosmetic dentistry covers a wide array of services and procedures, ranging from subtle solutions to dramatic transformations. If you find yourself shying away from laughing or smiling, want to make an entrance at your next big event, or just want to treat yourself a confidence boost, we've got you covered. Schedule a consultation today and see what we can do to help you achieve the smile of your dreams!
For an easy, effective, and convenient way to brighten your smile and boost your confidence, there's no better solution than at-home teeth whitening. Over the course of a few weeks, you can lighten your grin by multiple shades, all from the comfort of your own home! At-home teeth whitening is also one of the most cost-effective cosmetic dental treatments, making it a great way to transform your smile without breaking the bank.
Do you want to brighten your smile, but don't want to wait? Ditch the dingy stains and discoloration for a more luminous grin with in-office teeth whitening! In a single visit, you can whiten your teeth by up to eight shades. Whether you're preparing for an upcoming event or just looking for a way to bolster your self-esteem, teeth whitening is one of the most cost-effective cosmetic dental treatments, making it a simple and effective way to boost your confidence.
If you're looking for a more conservative way to transform your smile, dental bonding may be right for you. Your dentist will apply a color-matched composite resin to your teeth, shaping and sculpting it to blend seamlessly with the rest of your smile. Then, they'll cure it with a special blue light to complete the process. Bonding doesn't require any invasive prep, and can cover up minor chips, cracks, and stains, often in a single visit. Schedule a consultation today to find out if dental bonding can help you achieve your dream smile!
If you feel insecure about your smile for reasons like chips, gaps, or discoloration, veneers can fix that and more. Veneers totally transform your smile to hide any cosmetic imperfections. They are expertly crafted from porcelain, a thin yet durable material, to attach to the front of your teeth. This gives you a natural, beautiful smile that you will feel confident in. If you are interested in learning more about the benefits of veneers, contact us and we will be happy to schedule you for a cosmetic consult.
If you have crooked or misaligned teeth, but don't want to deal with the clunky metal brackets and wires of traditional braces, there is a solution for you! Clear aligner therapy uses a series of removable, custom-made aligners to apply gentle, consistent pressure that shifts your teeth into the proper position. Since they're made from transparent thermoplastic materials, clear aligners are nearly invisible when worn, and because they're removable, you can still enjoy all of your favorite foods and drinks. For a subtle way to straighten your smile, schedule a consultation today and find out if clear aligners are right for you!
While Botox has traditionally been used to smooth wrinkles and reduce the appearance of fine lines to restore your youthful glow, there's even more that this injectable can do. Dentists can also administer Botox to reduce a gummy smile, alleviate myofascial pain, and even soothe symptoms of TMJ/TMD. Because your dentist is an expert in facial anatomy, they are an ideal provider of Botox therapy. If you're experiencing pain in your face or jaw, or you are just ready to give your appearance a youthful boost, get in touch with us today to see if Botox is right for you.
Looking to restore your youthful appearance? With nearly instant results and little-to-no recovery time, dermal fillers may be the right treatment for you. Dermal fillers are made from gel-like materials that are injected underneath the skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, smooth creases, and restore lost volume. Depending on the type of filler you choose, they can last anywhere from 6 months to 2 years, so you can keep looking as young as you feel for years to come.
Lumineers are an even thinner type of veneer, coming in at about 0.2mm. They are about as thick as a contact lens, meaning they are less than half the width of traditional veneers. Lumineers, like traditional veneers, are adhered to the front of your teeth to enhance your smile. They are able to fix imperfections such as discoloration, misshapes, and overall appearance. You may be wondering if they have a similar longevity and durability compared to traditional veneers. The answer is yes, even though Lumineers are extremely thin, they are sturdy and can last up to 10-15 years. Not as long as traditional veneers, but still a good amount of time. Primarily, patients opt for Lumineers because they don’t require the removal of your enamel to be placed. This makes them a great option if you are worried about an irreversible procedure.
Cosmetic makeovers are specialized dental plans that address your every need to give you a smile that you are satisfied with. They utilize multiple treatments to cover everything. This is favorable because everyone has different desires and unique needs; cosmetic dental makeovers can be vastly different depending on the individual. Because it’s specially curated for you, a variety of cosmetic and restorative dental procedures will be used to best suit your needs.
Enameloplasty is a cosmetic procedure that shapes and contours your teeth to get your desired shape. A pain-free, minimally invasive alternative to veneers, it's a popular cosmetic treatment that can improve the symmetry and aesthetic of your smile.
If you're missing a few teeth and are looking for a replacement option, Valplast dentures can complete your smile for a natural look. While traditional dentures often have a ridged, bulky feel, Valplast dentures are made from a flexible plastic material. This allows the denture to fit neatly into your mouth and blend in seamlessly with the rest of your smile.
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