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Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Invisalign includes a set of clear, removable teeth aligners that work to comfortably straighten your teeth gradually over time.

A smile makeover may consist of several customized cosmetic dental procedures to enhance the aesthetic appearance of your smile.

Porcelain veneers are an effective way to enhance the appearance of your smile by hiding imperfections, such as chips, stains, or areas of decay.

KöR teeth whitening can be administered at home in order to reduce the appearance of stains and yellowing on your teeth for a brighter smile.

ZOOM! teeth whitening may include both in-office and at-home treatments to create a brighter, whiter smile by removing stains and discoloration.

Dental bonding and contouring is performed to correct small cosmetic flaws in your smile for improved and enhanced aesthetic results.

Accelerated orthodontic treatments can shorten the amount of time needed for orthodontics through either a dental device or procedure.

3D digital impressions can create an accurate model of your teeth for restorations without the need for the messy process of traditional molds.

Dental cleanings are an essential part of improving or maintaining your oral health and should be received at least twice a year.

A dental examination can help to identify and diagnose problems with your oral and dental health to then allow for more timely treatments.

Dental sealants help to prevent against tooth decay and cavities by protecting the teeth against plaque, tartar, bacteria, and food particles.

Digital x-rays are typically taken at an annual dental examination to provide a more in-depth, comprehensive view of your overall dental health.

Fluoride treatments are provided for individuals of all ages in order to protect against cavities and tooth decay for restored oral health.

Tooth-colored fillings are used to treat cavities and decay by filling in the area with composite resin for a natural, comfortable look and feel.

Tooth extractions may be required for a variety of reasons and simple extractions are provided to remove teeth that appear above the gumline.

Dental crowns are placed to protect a damaged or worn-down tooth and are custom made from various materials to fit comfortably.

Dental bridges can replace one or more missing teeth and can be supported by either your natural teeth or dental implants for a secure restoration.

Dental implants are surgically placed in the gums for secure, long-lasting dental restorations, such as crowns, dentures, or bridges.

Dentures can be used to replace some or all of your missing teeth on both the upper and lower arch of your mouth for a natural, restorative smile.

Implant-retained bridges are supported by attached crowns and are beneficial to replace more than one missing tooth as a durable restoration.

A root canal procedure is performed when the inner pulp of the tooth becomes infected and works by removing the damaged area and then filling it.

Scaling and root planing is a deep cleaning procedure that is used to treat the earliest stage of periodontal disease, also known as gingivitis.

All-on-4 dental implants offer long-lasting restorations without the hassle and inconvenience associated with traditional, removable dentures.

Laser gum treatments can be performed for a variety of reasons, including to treat gum disease, eliminate a "gummy smile," and to perform a biopsy.

Mouth guards are custom made to be worn during athletic sports that include physical contact or have a high risk of injury to the mouth.

Night guards are beneficial in treating bruxism (teeth grinding) and they protect the teeth at night while you are sleeping.

Nitrous oxide sedation is provided during a variety of dental procedures to allow for more comfortable, relaxed treatment.

Oral-conscious sedation is administered prior to your dental procedure to allow you to feel relaxed and comfortable throughout the treatment.

TMJ therapy is provided to help diminish the symptoms associated with temporomandibular joint dysfunction in order to allow you to live with comfort.

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