A beautiful smile is one of the most sought after cosmetic features in the world. People from all backgrounds and professions want a bright, straight smile, and we are here to help turn that desire into reality. Whether through minor adjustments or major treatment plans, our cosmetic dentistry practice aims to improve your smile and help you build confidence in the way your teeth look.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
We usually recommend complex full-mouth rehabilitation when patients have multiple problems in their mouths. We help people who are suffering from gum disease, discoloration, tooth decay, crooked teeth, and other problems, usually all at the same time.
Before we start your rehabilitation, we will need to do a thorough examination with X-rays to determine what treatments you will need. Since every mouth is different, we create a treatment plan just for you.
A smile makeover uses cosmetic dental procedures to make you proud of your smile. We perform teeth whitening, along with other cosmetic procedures like veneers and tooth implants.
Each smile makeover is different. We start by doing a thorough examination and decide what each patient wants and needs. We look at the color of your teeth and how they are all lined up. We check to see if there are any missing teeth or if any are cracked, chipped, or broken.
Our goal is to give you a healthy and happy smile.We want you to have a bright smile, along with teeth that line up correctly and are aesthetically pleasing. We work with our patients to ensure their happiness. We will do whatever we can so that, when you leave our office, you will be completely happy with your smile.
All-on-4® treatment provides patients with a full-arch prosthesis over four implants on the day of surgery. All-on-4® is designed to give edentulous patients full function of their mouth and full mouth restoration. It’s heavily advertised as providing 4 implants, but some situations may require more.
All-on-4® overdentures reduce the complexity of treatment, the number of surgeries, and the overall treatment time. It is less expensive compared with fixed implants.
All-on-4® dental implants, also known as hybrid dentures, use high-end denture teeth and acrylic for the best aesthetics, making it the most cost effective choice for any future repairs.
Veneers are an easy, lasting option for covering discolored or damaged teeth and filling in gaps. They last from five to ten years and look and act as your surrounding teeth.
Made of porcelain or ceramic, they adhere to cover the front of your teeth. Using a unique molding process, your dentist creates a precise impression of your teeth and sends it to a dental lab, who sends back your specific veneers, designed for your teeth.
Your dentist applies the veneers with a dental cement and uses light to cure the cement and attach it permanently to your teeth.request an appointment
Complete dentures are a safe, healthy option for the replacement of permanent teeth. To replace those teeth lost from disease, decay, or injury, we create beautiful, sustainable dentures that suit your mouth perfectly.
When you lose your teeth, in your upper or lower jaw, your gum tissue or jawbone can shrink or pull back. In order to keep your dentures in place during that time, we can use specific dental products that keep the dentures attached to your gum.
Alternatively, we can place implants into your jawbones, through osseointegration. These replace your tooth roots and give the dentures something to secure to.
Whichever method proves best for your mouth and your lifestyle, the dentures are always removable for cleaning. Your health and comfort is our top priority.request an appointment
Few things are more frustrating that the basics of eating and drinking when you lose a few teeth. Your dentist can restore those teeth with a partial denture – and restore your every day routines!
Depending on your individual needs and the specific situation, your dentist may permanently affix your partial dentures or opt for a removable option. They may attach to surrounding teeth or to implants in your jawbone, depending on the location and health of your mouth.
If all your teeth must be removed, the same applies. Your full dentures can be slipped on or supported by implants in your jawbone. Your dentist will work with you to make the safest, healthiest and most practical decision for that.request an appointment
Missing teeth can cause unnecessary movement of the rest of your teeth, as well as personal discomfort and embarrassment. Fixed bridges and dental crowns replace those teeth and keep the rest of your teeth in place.
The two parts of the process are the bridges, or the pontic (artificial) teeth which replace your missing teeth, and the crowns, which go over the surround teeth to hold the bridge in place. They consist of ceramic or porcelain and metal.request an appointment
Through a succession of virtually clear aligners, Invisalign® gradually realigns your teeth. Because they are removable and rather see-through, they are a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to braces.
Like braces though, they can be used to fix any number of concerns – from spaces to crowding of teeth. It also can address overbites or underbites. In addition to offering a cosmetic treatment, Invisalign® can address issues that may lead to dental disease and oral problems in the future.request an appointment
Dental bonding is the procedure where we apply a tooth colored plastic material to a patient’s tooth. Using a special light, the material hardens and bonds the material to the tooth.
Dental bonding is used to improve a patient’s smile. It can be used on cracked and decaying teeth. It also can be used for cavities. It can be used to change the shape and size of your teeth so you have a more uniform smile! It is also commonly used for receding gums by protecting the exposed teeth!request an appointment