Enjoy a whiter, brighter, more beautiful smile with the help of our cosmetic dentistry services.
There are a lot of reasons why your teeth might not look as nice as you’d like them to. Blunt force trauma could cause you to lose a tooth just as readily as poor dental hygiene could. Genetics, susceptibility to certain diseases, and just plain bad luck all play a role as well.
Unlike plastic surgery, however, cosmetic dentistry can really make a difference to the health of your mouth. When a tooth goes missing the jawbone starts to degrade. That’s because subtle pressures between tooth and jawbone keep the bone strong by prompting it to regrow itself constantly. Take away the pressure and you take away the growth, which means the bone starts to disappear. A dental implant, for example, can make a big difference in such cases.
Drink a lot of coffee? Former cigarette smoker? Regardless of the reasons why your teeth are stained, our teeth whitening services can restore their appearance.
This revolutionary technology allows us to replace a missing tooth with a prosthetic one. These prosthetic teeth are so convincing you may forget that you have an implant a year after the procedure is complete, because you can treat it just like any other tooth. Read more.
Crowns help when you’ve lost or damaged a big portion of your tooth. They help to preserve the healthy tooth, preventing it from degrading further. They also help to restore the shape and appearance of the damaged tooth.
Despite what you might have heard, veneers aren’t just for movie stars any more. Find out how we can use tiny slivers of porcelain and high-tech bonding agents to give you the smile you’ve always wanted.
Does the thought of a smile full of silvery dots make you feel self-conscious? You don’t have to get silver amalgam fillings if you don’t have to. We match our composite fillings to the color of your tooth so that you can keep on smiling after correcting your cavity.
Missing a single tooth, but aren’t a good candidate for an implant? Bridges are the answer. We’ll crown two healthy teeth to hold a third prosthetic tooth in place in the middle.