Cosmetic Dentistry

Aesthetic dentistry is a profession whose aim is to preserve the natural beauty of the teeth. It is concentrated on changing the appearance of your smile. Aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry incorporates different fields of orthodontics. Initially, gum and teeth enhancement strategies were created for actresses, movie stars, and all those who had a professional requirement for a pretty smile and could accept certain safety risks.

Enhancing the Appearance of Your Smile

While restorative dentistry is mainly concerned about keeping your mouth clean and functional, cosmetic dentistry is more concentrated on changing the appearance of your smile. People want to enhance their smiles for several purposes. Using modern technologies and procedures, we build the smile you like with long-lasting dental treatments and excellent esthetic performance.

Teeth Whitening and Porcelain Onlays/Inlays

There are several procedures that our dentist offers to fix slight cosmetic problems connected with the teeth. Teeth whitening is one of the simplest services that we provide. It is used to remove surface stains that subtle stains that have damaged the enamel of your teeth. At the same time, Porcelain Onlays / Inlays fixes very tiny esthetic problems; we will put small porcelain sheets on young teeth to protect them, making sure they suit the color of your enamel.

Porcelain Veneers and Enamel Contouring

Porcelain Veneers and Enamel Contouring often tend to chip, scratched, or other mild dental cosmetic issues which have separate treatment process. In Teeth Lengthening, we may adjust the ratio of gum-to-tooth so that teeth that may be too small or missing can look like the rest of your teeth and match your smile effortlessly.

Porcelain Crowns and Porcelain Fillings

Porcelain Crowns are dental crowns made of porcelain that are digitally coordinated so that they fit with the other teeth and are intended to preserve as much of the natural tooth as possible. They are often used to shield your tooth to prevent any infection or injury, whereas Porcelain Fillings are used to fill cavities without making a metal stain on the beauty of your smile.

Smile Makeovers and Gum Lift/Recontouring

Sometimes, there are other situations in which we need to provide a thorough treatment to your teeth and gums. These conditions may arise when you have lost teeth, gum disease, allergies, or cosmetic issues that may need a more aggressive solution. Such therapies can involve Smile Makeovers, Gum Lift or gum Recontouring, Dental, and Restorative Dentistry. So, contact us for restorations and cosmetic treatment for healthy oral hygiene.

Teeth Whitening

We take impressions of your teeth to create custom-fit whitening trays and provide you with a bleaching solution to use at home. Our team will provide detailed instructions on using the trays and resolution for the best results. We also offer other bleaching options, and our team will be happy to discuss them with you during your visit.

Aesthetic Dentistry

Aesthetic dentistry is an area of dentistry whose goal is to restore the natural beauty of teeth. Aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry combines all disciplines of Odontology. Initially, gum and tooth improvement techniques were developed for models, movie stars and all others who felt a professional need for a beautiful smile and were willing to take certain health risks.

Crowns

Crowns are an excellent option for heavily restored or root canaled teeth providing strength and long lasting effects. Crowns are used on teeth that are broken or severely decayed and where fillings are no longer an option. They are made of different types materials such as porcelain which provides a natural looking tooth and protects and strengthens your bite.

Composite Fillings

composite filling is a tooth-colored plastic and glass mixture used to restore decayed teeth. Composite fillings are used to repair decayed, chipped or damaged teeth, the materials used can match your tooth shade to keep that natural look.

Dentures and Partial Dentures

Dentures are removable appliances that replace all or some of the natural teeth. Appliances replacing all the teeth are called Complete Dentures and only some of the teeth are called Partial Dentures. These appliances are made to look and feel similar to natural teeth. Dentures can help to improve eating habits by proper chewing, and support to enhance your smile, we work with you to achieve your individual needs.