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People choose cosmetic dentistry for various reasons – to repair a malformed bite or crooked tooth, treat a dental injury, or just improve their overall look and feel. For these and other reasons, cosmetic dentistry has become one of the fastest growing areas of dentistry.
Common cosmetic procedures can be performed to correct misshaped, discolored, chipped or missing teeth. It also can be used to change the color and shape of teeth – from teeth that are too long or short, from a smile that is too "gummy" or has gaps, or simply need to be reshaped.
Cosmetic dentistry procedures include, but is not limited to:
Alternative, natural-looking materials to conventional silver-colored fillings made from porcelain and composite resins, which are colored to match natural tooth enamel.
Procedures that reverse the effects of such things as aging, food and tobacco stains, and medication use.
Special thin laminates, called veneers, used to cover stains, correct discolored, worn down, cracked and chipped teeth, and close unsightly gaps between teeth.
Synthetic caps, usually made of a material like porcelain, that can be placed on the top of a tooth to restore its function and appearance, attach bridges, cover implants, or prevent a cracked tooth from becoming worse.
Natural-looking dental appliances that can replace a section of missing teeth and restore the natural contour of your teeth as well as the proper bite relationship between upper and lower teeth. Bridges are sometimes referred to as fixed partial dentures, because they are semi-permanent and are bonded to existing teeth or implants.
Lightweight fixture that mimic the look and feel of natural teeth. Most dentures are made from a combination of metals and synthetic material such as acrylic resin, and can be either partial or complete sets.
Gum lifts or soft tissue grafts can be used to even gum lines, or cover an exposed root.
Synthetic structures that are placed in the area of the tooth normally occupied by the root. Implants are sometimes a viable alternative to partial dentures.
A system that straightens your teeth using a custom-made series of aligners. These aligner trays are made of smooth, virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth and gradually and gently shift your teeth into place. Approximately every two weeks you put in a new set of aligners until your treatment is complete.
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The best way to determine which of our services is best for you is to come in for an appointment. We can evaluate your smile and select the best option together with you. Contact our office today to schedule your appointment.