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Even the most subtle change in your smile can make a dramatic difference in the way you look and feel about yourself. With the advent of new aesthetic dental treatments, a stunning, memorable smile is now easily within your reach!

Are you ready for a Smile Makeover?
  • Do you hesitate when you smile?
  • Would you like to increase your self-confidence?
  • Do you want to look your best in social or professional situations?
  • Are you ready to reverse dental imperfections caused by Mother Nature or an accident?

Our office can help you achieve your smile goals. Cosmetic dentistry is art and science working seamlessly together to offer smile enhancement, restoration, and maintenance for your optimal dental health. Using cutting-edge techniques and advanced materials, our office proudly offers you a beautiful, natural smile and all the benefits that come with it. You will look and feel better because a beautiful smile is a healthy smile.

You no longer have to suffer missing, chipped, discolored, or crooked teeth.

Please call for a FREE consultation to discuss the options which are most suitable for you, what your expectations are and the dental fees involved!

Teeth Whitening: Zoom!® Teeth Whitening As seen on the hit TV show - Extreme Makeovers

We provide Zoom!® - In-Office Whitening System or Take Home Whitening. Some people may prefer to have Home Whitening kit as the supplement whitening for Zoom.

Zoom! is a professional teeth whitening treatment that gets your teeth an average of eight shades whiter — in just one hour. The treatment is safe, simple, and relaxing! Plus, Zoom! is championed by dentists and patients as a pain-free process.

  • To prepare for Zoom! whitening, your dentist will examine your teeth and gums to make sure they are healthy.
  • Your lips and gums will be covered with an isolation material to protect them during the treatment.
  • Then, we apply the Zoom! whitening gel, which is activated by the Zoom! light source. The gel and light work together to gently break up the stains on your teeth.
  • After three 15-minute applications within one hour, you rinse and the treatment is complete — leaving you with a brighter, whiter smile.

Learn more about Zoom!® Click Here.

Take Home Whitening

Custom impressions of your teeth are required to make a precise set of trays to fit your upper and lower teeth. It takes a few days to fabricate the trays and when you return you are provided with the bleaching trays, whitening gel and instructions on their use.
Each night you will spread small amounts of gel in appropriate areas for both the upper and the lower trays. We normally suggest that you do this for ten nights in a row. Some people do experience sensitivity with the home whitening kit in which case we suggest that you stop the procedure for one or two nights then start up again when the sensitivity has subsided.

If you keep your whitening trays in a safe place, you can use them again for a touch up. Extra whitening gel can be purchased from our office to provide a whitening boost.

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Porcelain Verneers

Veneers are a very popular treatment option for a variety of reasons. They are one of the most conservative restorations that can be done. This means that the amount of tooth structure that must be removed in order to do a veneer is very small. Generally, only 0.3 to 0.7 mm needs to be removed from the surface of your tooth. The veneer is then made and bonded to the tooth, incorporating the desired changes in shape and color. Since the veneer is so thin and there is no metal in it, the esthetic potential is very high.

Porcelain veneers are ultra-thin shells of ceramic material, which are bonded to the front of a tooth with very strong resin cement. This procedure requires little anesthesia, and can be the ideal choice for improving the appearance of the front teeth. Porcelain veneers are placed to mask discolored teeth or change the shape and appearance of crooked or chipped teeth.

There are many situations that arise that lend themselves to treatment with veneers. One indication is for restoring teeth with discoloration that have been unaffected by the more conventional tooth whitening approaches, such as bleaching. Some examples of this are teeth that have severe tetracycline (an antibiotic) staining or discoloration from a previous injury to the tooth. Another major indication is for teeth that require significant changes in their shape or contour. By placing veneers, small or misshapen teeth can be built up to regain a more natural appearance, spaces between teeth can be closed by making the teeth wider and teeth that are too short can be lengthened.

A porcelain veneer requires a longer treatment time. At the first appointment, your teeth are prepared and an impression is made of them. Temporary veneers are made out of plastic and placed on your teeth. They are used to protect your teeth while the real veneers are being fabricated. You can also use them to evaluate the look and feel of your teeth so that any changes you desire can be incorporated into your real veneers. At the second appointment, the temporary veneers are removed and the porcelain veneers are bonded to your teeth. Although they are thin, porcelain veneers are much stronger than composite ‘bonding' veneers, so the risk of fracture as compared with composite veneers is much less. However, if a fracture does occur, repairing it is more difficult and may result in the veneer having to be remade. In general, porcelain veneers can be used in a greater variety of situations with a higher level of predictability. Since they are made outside the mouth, the shape and color can be easier to control, thus enhancing the final result.

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Lumineers are your painless solution used to transform your teeth into the ideal smile you've always dreamed of. Lumineers are made up of an extremely strong porcelain shield used to create dramatic change to your smile. Lumineers are bonded to the front enamel of your tooth, and are typically as thin as a contact. Lumineers are placed over the surface of your teeth with minimal or no drilling needed, as they do not require much modification to the underlying teeth.

Lumineers are used for many different purposes such as:

  • Tooth Discoloration
  • Permanently stained teeth
  • Unattractively arranged teeth
  • Closing spaces
  • Chipped, broken or misshapen teeth
  • Revitalize old crowns and bridgework (can be bonded directly over)

Ask our dentists if you are a good candidate for Lumineers.

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