Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Dental bonding and contouring can help improve cosmetic flaws in teeth without the prep work required for other dental procedures.

Home teeth whitening is a convenient way to effectively obtain brighter, whiter teeth through customized kits to eliminate stains and discoloration.

Dental inlays and onlays are used to treat a decayed or damaged tooth when a filling or crown may not be necessary for treatment.

Porcelain veneers are thin covers that cover the front of the teeth in order to enhance the overall appearance of your smile.

A smile makeover may consist of several cosmetic dental procedures to restore and enhance the overall appearance of your smile.

In-office teeth whitening with ZOOM utilizes innovative products to create a brighter smile through convenient treatments at our facility.

3D oral imaging and cone-beam computed tomography provide a full view of your mouth, teeth, jaw, and skull to help diagnose and treat conditions.

Professional dental cleanings are essential for maintaining good oral health and can help prevent cavities and tooth decay.

A comprehensive dental examination allows any dental issues to be caught early in order to treat them before they develop any further.

Digital x-rays are taken to identify any underlying dental concerns, including cavities, tooth decay, cysts, abscesses, bone loss, etc.

Emergency dental care may be required to treat an unexpected traumatic oral injury through various treatment methods for a restored smile.

All-on-4 dental implants offer full-arch restoration in order to replace several missing teeth with a long-lasting solution.

CEREC same-day restorations allow for quick treatment through custom-made crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays in just one visit.

Dental bridges can be fixed or removable to replace one or several missing teeth for a fully restored, rejuvenated smile.

Dental crowns can be used to protect a worn down or damaged tooth and are custom made of various materials to fit comfortably.

Dental implants can replace a missing tooth or teeth and are surgically placed into the gums and jawbone for full smile restoration.

Dentures can offer full or partial restoration for missing teeth and can be either implanted or removable to fit your needs.

Night guards are able to protect your teeth against teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, in order to maintain the integrity of your smile.

Nitrous oxide (N2O) sedation helps you to remain relaxed and comfortable during your dental appointment to ease any fears or anxieties.

Sleep apnea treatments may include a custom dental appliance in order to allow your airways to remain open while you are sleeping.

TMJ therapy may consist of several treatment options in order to effectively treat the symptoms of temporomandibular joint dysfunction.

Invisalign clear teeth aligners can help to correct crooked, misaligned teeth and are more attractive and less painful than traditional methods.

Bite analysis may be performed to identify the reason behind an uncomfortable or painful bite that needs to be corrected.

Dental malocclusion is classified as a misaligned bite and jaw and may require treatment in order to prevent future dental issues from occurring.

Crown lengthening may be performed to improve the appearance of a "gummy" smile by cutting away excess gum tissue to reveal more of the tooth.

Gum surgery may be performed for both cosmetic and functional reasons in order to treat gum disease and reshape the gumline.

Scaling and root planing is used to treat the initial stage of gum disease by using special tools and techniques to clean below the gumline.

Periodontal (gum) disease can occur at various stages and may be treated through both nonsurgical and surgical procedures to restore gum health.

Root canal therapy may be necessary to clean out an infection of the inner pulp of the tooth that has spread past the enamel.

Bone grafting may be required prior to the placement of a dental implant in order to strengthen and reinforce the jawbone.

A sinus lift procedure can help to prepare the mouth for a dental implant by lifting the sinus floor in order to make room for the restoration.

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