Cosmetic teeth whitening is a non-invasive treatment that removes stains and whitens teeth. A gel containing hydrogen peroxide is applied to the teeth, followed by the use of a laser. The gel penetrates the teeth, breaking down stains to reveal a whiter smile.
During in-office whitening, our team will carefully apply a specialized bleaching solution to your teeth. Then, we will use a special light to activate the whitening solution. This treatment can lighten your teeth by up to eight shades in just one visit.
Cosmetic bonding is used to correct minor imperfections. Unlike porcelain veneers, the composite resin used to make dental bonding is less resistant to stains and chipping. Because the process of dental bonding is so fast, it’s also great for repairing chipped or fractured teeth.
Composite bonding is a quick, cost-effective procedure. The dentist will sculpt the composite resin onto the tooth, then use a curing light to harden the resin. This quick process can repair small cosmetic flaws and restore your smile.
Porcelain veneers are a thin shell of porcelain that is placed over the facial surface of the teeth. Porcelain is a material that can be shaped and colored to replicate your natural teeth. Veneers can be used to change the color, size, and shape of your teeth. They are used to correct the appearance of crooked or misshapen teeth, close gaps between teeth, and correct the alignment and color of teeth. Porcelain veneers are stain-resistant, and they can make your smile look bright and white.
Dental implants are natural-looking replacements for missing teeth. They are composed of small titanium posts that are embedded into the jawbone and capped with natural-looking dental crowns. Because dental implants are permanently embedded in the jaw, they offer the most stable, durable, and comfortable solution for missing teeth.
Many patients benefit from orthodontic treatment. Braces not only improve the appearance of the smile but also provide long-term health benefits. Teeth that are crowded together are often more difficult to keep clean. When they are not properly brushed and flossed, patients increase their risk of developing tooth decay and gum disease. Crooked teeth are also prone to chipping and breaking.
When teeth are properly aligned, patients enjoy a more beautiful smile. Braces correct the position of teeth, resulting in a straighter, more attractive smile. Braces also help patients improve their bites.