Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Dental bonding and contouring helps to fix small cosmetic flaws in your smile with the use of composite resin that blends with surrounding teeth.

Dental inlays and onlays can help to treat a damaged or decayed tooth in need of a restoration and that may not benefit from a regular filling.

Teeth whitening with Opalescence combats discoloration and staining on the teeth through in-office or convenient at-home treatments.

Porcelain veneers are thin covers that are placed over existing teeth in order to enhance their size, shape, and color for an overall restored smile.

A smile makeover may consist of several cosmetic and restorative dental procedures in order to fully rejuvenate your overall smile.

Professional dental cleanings are essential for helping to maintain optimal oral health and to combat conditions before they develop further.

Regular comprehensive dental exams can help to detect any existing dental issues that may require further treatment to enhance oral health.

Dental sealants can help to protect against future cavities and tooth decay in order to allow for the maintenance of optimal oral health.

Fluoride treatments may be provided during a dental cleaning in order to protect against tooth decay, especially in younger patients.

Tooth-colored fillings are used to fill in areas of decay after they have been treated, and they blend naturally with existing teeth.

Tooth extractions can be either simple or surgical to remove a tooth that is damaged or causing issues with surrounding teeth.

In-house dental technology can allow for a more accurate diagnosis of dental issues and more effective treatment options.

A dental bridge may either be fixed or removable in order to replace one or several missing teeth for a fully restored smile.

Dental crowns can help to protect a worn down or damaged tooth and can be made from various materials to strengthen your smile.

Dental implants offer long-lasting restoration of the appearance and functionality of your smile by replacing one or several missing teeth.

Dentures can replace several missing teeth and can be either implant-retained or removable, depending on the needs of the patient.

A sinus lift procedure may sometimes be necessary prior to the placement of a dental implant in order to create enough space for the restoration.

An athletic mouth guard can be provided to protect your teeth and smile during physical contact sports, as well as to reduce strain on the jaw.

Night guards can protect the teeth against nighttime teeth grinding by providing a barrier between the upper and lower arches.

Sedation dentistry consists of multiple methods to help patients feel calm and relaxed prior to and throughout their dental treatment.

Sleep apnea treatments may be effectively combatted with the help of oral appliance therapy through the use of a custom night guard.

TMJ therapy can effectively treat the symptoms of temporomandibular joint dysfunction in order to protect your teeth and the health of your jaw.

Crown lengthening is typically performed to combat the appearance of a "gummy" smile by exposing more of the tooth's root.

Gum contouring reshapes the gumline by eliminating extra soft tissue, allowing for more of the teeth to show through for a more attractive smile.

Gum graft surgery is performed to treat gingival recession in order to create an enhanced smile and improved oral health.

Periodontal disease can occur at varying stages, causing a multitude of unpleasant symptoms that require either surgical or nonsurgical treatment.

Scaling and root planing treats the initial stage of gum disease (gingivitis) by deep cleaning below the gumline to eliminate tartar and plaque.

Ridge preservation may be provided immediately following a tooth extraction in order to protect the socket and bone prior to a secondary procedure.

Endodontic retreatment is performed following root canal therapy if decay is still present even after the initial procedure.

Root canal therapy is necessary when decay has spread to the inner pulp of the tooth and needs to be removed in order to restore oral health.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.