If dental imperfections have you concerned, you can easily transform any dental deficiency into an aesthetically pleasing result. A consultation with our cosmetic dentist will explain how you can treat:
Stained or yellowing teeth – Genetics, medications, aging, or lifestyle habits can result in teeth becoming dull or stained. Our Opalescence teeth whitening system offers many advantages over other whitening products such as:
- Powerful peroxide bleaching agents coupled with chemicals will strengthen your enamel
- Flavored gels make whitening more pleasant
- Custom fitted trays make whitening as comfortable as possible while maximizing the effectiveness of the whitening gel
Chipped, broken or misshapen teeth – Veneers have proven to be the least invasive treatment in which wafer thin shells are permanently affixed to teeth to cover up many dental problems. You can change a tooth’s shape, close gaps between teeth or “repair” chipped teeth. When stubborn intrinsic stains do not respond to teeth whitening, veneers offer a solution that is permanent and effective.
Veneers have proven to be the least invasive treatment in which wafer thin shells are permanently affixed to teeth to cover up many dental problems.
Dental decay – Cavities can occur on any tooth, but we no longer have to rely on silver amalgam to make needed repairs. Tooth colored composite resin is the ideal way to repair dental decay, cover exposed roots due to enamel recession, or perform any number of cosmetic enhancements with bonding.
Missing teeth – Trauma, decay, or disease can claim one or more teeth. Not only do missing teeth create a self-conscious patient, but dental health is at risk after the loss of one or more teeth. When a tooth is lost, the remaining teeth will start to drift toward the open space creating a malocclusion, which is when the top teeth do not align properly with the bottom teeth.
Bone loss in gum tissue and the jaw can give your mouth a shriveled appearance once a tooth has been lost. This can affect your outward appearance as well.
Your cosmetic dentist can provide dental implants to replace one or more missing teeth. The implant is made from titanium, which is surgically placed in the gum tissue in the area where tooth loss has occurred, and allowed to heal over a four to six month period. During this time, the implant is fusing to existing bone, while regenerating additional bone, eventually providing strength and support to the final restoration that will be placed over the implant.
An aesthetic dental transformation is achievable providing the patient with self-confidence and a brilliant smile. Contact our skilled team of dental professionals today to learn more about your options.