Your smile says so much about you. It shows warmth, helps define confidence and can suggest a sense of well-being. It’s an important part of both your personal and professional images. Thanks to so many advances in cosmetic dentistry in recent years, people of all ages and from all walks of life are taking key steps to improve the appearance and health of their smiles.
Professional teeth whitening offers a painless, quick and safe way of whitening stained or discolored teeth. You can rejuvenate your entire appearance in just one visit with options like our Zoom!® one-hour teeth whitening system. We also offer take-home whitening kits you can apply yourself that are more intensive than the over-the-counter varieties. White fillings made from composite resin material can replace metal fillings to give you an even more natural look.
Faster Alternatives to Adult Braces
Invisalign® is our nearly invisible, removable, straightening system that eliminates the need for metal brackets and wires. Your treatment period can be as little as nine to 18 months. Looking for an even quicker method to straighten your teeth to fit your lifestyle? Six Month Smiles® might be just the answer.
Porcelain veneers are thin layers of porcelain material that sit over your natural teeth to improve your appearance by covering chipped, cracked or worn teeth, allowing you to keep the teeth while dramatically improving your appearance. Dental bonding is another technique that can cover imperfections to give you a more attractive smile.
Dental crowns and tooth bridges are fixed prosthetic devices that are cemented onto existing teeth or implants. Natural looking, all-porcelain crowns are virtually undetectable from your other teeth and can be used to replace larger fillings, restore fractured teeth, or to cover dental implants, or a poorly shaped tooth or tooth that has had root canal treatment. Bridges may also replace one or more missing teeth.
Inlays are custom-made porcelain fillings that aren’t quite as large as crowns but fit snugly within the tooth’s contour. Onlays cover parts of the chewing surface of your tooth. Both inlays and onlays are cemented to the tooth, therefore making them stronger than standard amalgam fillings that are “packed” into the tooth cavity.
Your dentist can help you decide which solution might be best for you.