We have various cosmetic options to fit your budget!
Power WhiteningGet a dazzling white smile!
Often the difference between a good smile is the whiteness of the teeth. As teeth age, they may lose their luster and brightness. The good news is that we have exceptional new whitening agents that can bring back a bright white smile!
The whitening process
We carefully apply a whitening gel, then activate the process with a high intensity light or laser. Oxygen in the gel penetrates the enamel and removes underlying stains and discoloration. Since enamel is transparent, the newly whitened inner tooth will show though.
The whitening process
Be sure to brush at least twice a day, floss daily, and see us regularly for cleanings. Use a straw when drinking cola, and brush or rinse after drinking coffee, tea or red wine. We ma also need to give you occasional touch-ups to maintain maximum brightness.
Bonding involves the artistic placement of a tooth-colored plastic material to front teeth to enhance their color, shape or size. You can have one tooth re-created with bonding, or we can transform your entire smile! Bonding also protects your teeth from additional wear and damage.
Often a great option
Bonding may be the perfect option if you have spaces between your teeth, small or misshapen teeth, or teeth that have darkened or discolored.
The bonding process
Bonding is a comfortable procedure that can provide dramatic results in just one appointment. We'll carefully prepare your teeth, roughen them with a mildly acidic solution, then place, sculpt, and polish the bonding material. You'll then have a brand new smile!
Porcelain VeneersWhat are porcelain veneers?
Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that are fabricated with the help of a dental laboratory. They generally cover the tops and front of teeth. Veneers can be used to whiten teeth as well as correct problems liked chipped, misshapen, crooked or worn teeth.
Porcelain veneers are custom created to precisely fit your teeth. On your first visit, we carefully remove a thin layer of enamel. Then we take impressions of your teeth. A dental lab uses these impressions to build a model of your teeth, then creates the veneers on that model.
You'll love your new smile!
Once they're in place, veneers virtually become part of your teeth. You can use them like you would your own teeth, because the bond is extremely strong. Your final result is a more beautiful, natural-looking new smile!