Cosmetic dental care is not simply an aesthetic solution. Patients are more motivated to maintain their brilliant results after their cosmetic dental treatments. Straightening crooked teeth with Invisalign or Six Month Smiles can actually prevent tooth decay and gum disease. This is because it is easier to care for a properly aligned smile.
Our teeth whitening treatment also helps maintain a good oral hygiene routine. Patients with whiter smiles want to maintain their results with regular dental cleanings and at-home care. At Williamsburg Dental, we can provide a smile makeover for patients who want to address multiple types of problems with cosmetic dentistry in Broomall, PA. We also provide cosmetic dental care in Havertown, PA.
To create a smile that aligns with your cosmetic goals, a member of our dental team will review your budget, dental history, and oral health needs. Then, they will recommend a customized treatment plan. This plan can consist of multiple cosmetic treatments to create a bright, balanced smile.
Cosmetic Dentistry in Broomall, PA
Our cosmetic dental treatments enhance the aesthetics and health of our patients’ smiles:
Botox & Dermal Fillers
Did you know that you can receive Botox and dermal fillers at the dentist? These cosmetic solutions can complete a smile makeover. Our dentists have a thorough understanding of the facial structure, including the muscles. They can inject Botox or fillers in key areas of the face to smooth the skin and minimize wrinkles.
If you’re looking for an alternative to metal braces, Invisalign treatment may be the right orthodontic treatment for you. Invisalign uses clear aligners to straighten crooked and misaligned teeth gradually. These aligners offer discreet and comfortable treatment for teens and adults with mild to moderate orthodontic issues.
We use porcelain dental veneers crafted from porcelain ceramic to cover gaps between teeth, misshapen teeth, teeth discolored teeth, and more. Porcelain veneers are thin, translucent shells. We use bonding material to place the veneers over natural teeth. This long-lasting cosmetic option creates a bright, even smile.
Dental bonding treatment uses biocompatible resin to cover imperfections in the smile. Similar to dental veneers, tooth bonding may cover tooth chips, cracks, stains, wear, and misalignment. We sculpt and mold the resin onto prepared teeth. As a more economical alternative to veneers, bonding benefits patients who want to fix small cosmetic problems.
We offer in-office and take-home whitening treatment with Zoom!®. Zoom! is a popular, effective treatment that can remove years of tooth stains. Our in-office whitening treatment can brighten the tooth enamel in just under an hour. We also provide whitening kits so patients can touch up their results.
Cosmetic Dental FAQs
Discover more about cosmetic dental care with answers to these common questions:
How can I whiten deep tooth stains?
We recommend tooth bonding and porcelain veneers for patients with intrinsic stains caused by tooth wear or dental injuries. Intrinsic stains are caused internally and do not react to whitening treatment. Covering tooth stains with bonding material or a veneer can even out the smile. We also custom-make veneers and sculpt bonding material precisely to make sure that it blends in with the natural smile.
Do I need to care for my Invisalign aligners?
Yes, patients will need to remember to clean their aligners each time they are removed. Keeping the aligners in when eating and drinking can cause staining and bacteria buildup. Keeping the Invisalign aligners clean and, in their case, when not in use, prevents damage and discoloration.
How long do dermal fillers last?
We use Juvederm, a dental filer that can last up to nine months. This naturally-derived treatment lasts longer than other options on the market.
Schedule a Dental Consultation
Do you want a smile makeover? Contact your trusted Broomall dentist for care today at (610) 347-8302. You may also request a dental appointment with our dental team online. We also serve dental patients in Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Chester, PA. Let us know if you have any questions and we can help.