Our smile is important to how others see us. If we’re self-conscious about our teeth and don’t like to smile, people might think we’re unfriendly or standoffish. If this is you, we can help. There are a wide range of cosmetic dental treatments that can give you back the smile you would like the world to see.
Early and Adult Orthodontics
It’s common for kids to get braces in their pre-teen or teen years to correct crooked teeth, and as parents, we take for granted that we’ll give our kids the very best care we can, but did you know that adults can get braces too? In fact, almost ¼ of all brace wearers in the US are adults. If your teeth are crooked, we can correct that, and with modern solutions such as Invisalign or clear braces, this can be done with a minimal impact on your appearance.
Lost or Damaged Teeth: Dental Bridge
If you have lost or chipped a tooth, there’s no need to allow this to ruin your smile. Missing teeth can be seamlessly replaced with a dental bridge. In the case of chipped teeth, we can make a crown that will invisibly match to your natural teeth. Both bridges and crowns are very durable and offer a long-term, even lifetime solution to these common problems.
Lost or Damaged Teeth: Dental Implants
Sometimes a dental bridge isn’t the right option. In these cases, we can actually implant an artificial tooth in place of the missing tooth. The implanted tooth will look and feel like your real teeth. The titanium root of the tooth will bond permanently with your jaw and offers very strong support for the replacement tooth, which can easily last the rest of your life with proper care.
If you have chipped, yellowed or misshapen teeth, a veneer can be the answer. Veneers are very thin pieces of porcelain made in a laboratory to perfectly match the surface of your tooth. Because they are cemented to your teeth, they are very strong and resistant to damage. Veneers can make your less-than-perfect teeth flawless.
In some cases, it would be prohibitively expensive or even medically unwise to attempt to fix bad teeth with the options above. Sometimes the best option is to remove these teeth and replace them with a partial or full denture. This is an extreme step, which we’ll discuss thoroughly with you before you make your decision.
We all want a brilliant, friendly smile, but if your teeth are yellowed or stained, you may find yourself keeping them covered. Clinical teeth whitening procedures are more effective and longer lasting than at-home treatments. We can not only visibly whiten your teeth, but make your smile something you’ll be proud to show off.
A Better Smile
As you can see, there is a wide range of options to restore your beautiful smile. Contact us today for a consultation.