I HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU?
ARE YOU ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE THAT NEEDS TO THINK BEFORE YOU SMILE?

Cosmetic Dentistry

Smiling is something that is very personal and nothing should ever put you off from smiling, especially discolored, broken or chipped teeth. Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry which deals with providing relief to individuals who are suffering from any sort of dental trouble which compels people to think before smiling. Cosmetic dentistry procedures involve various techniques which help in perfecting the smile of an individual.

 

There are different cosmetic dentistry procedures which can be used for perfecting your imperfect smile. Together we will determine which is the best treatment procedure for you and treat you accordingly.

Common Problems That Porcelain Veneers Will Solve:

  • Spaces between the teeth

  • Broken or chipped teeth

  • Permanently stained or discolored teeth

  • Crooked or misshapen teeth

  • Rotated Teeth

  • Eroded Enamel or Dentin

  • Crowded Teeth Where Orthodontics Is Not Indicated Or Desired

 

Veneers are often referred to “Instant Orthodontics”. A substantial aesthetic effect can be obtained with a veneer and minimal tooth preparation is required.

Another solution for crowded, rotated and misplaced teeth is Invisalign Wireless Braces. 

Patients no longer have to wear braces with metal wires and braces. Most orthodontic problems can Now be solved using clear plastic trays that are worn during the day.

As you can see by the images to the left, Invisalign can really work wonders. This particular patient would have had to remove the tooth on top, leaving a huge defect in her jaw and then had to replace that tooth with a dental implant.

As the After image shows, none of that was necessary and she now has a beautiful, healthy smile!

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