Cosmetic Dentistry

The growing interest in cosmetic dentistry over the past decade has been quite dramatic. Many people have come to realize that there are dental procedures available for those wanting to enhance their smile and improve their overall appearance.

Many years ago, the cost to get cosmetic dental treatments was quite prohibitive to many. Revolutionary advancements in modern day cosmetic dentistry have made these treatments quite affordable though. Nowadays, just about anyone can have access to simple, quick and painless procedures to improve the way our teeth and gums look.

Cosmetic dental treatments can do remarkable things such as:

Get your confidence back and have that smile you’ve always wanted! Cosmetic dental procedures are available to correct any issues and problems you may have with your teeth.

Composite Fillings

Composite fillings are resin-based, tooth-colored filling materials used to repair decayed, chipped, cracked or fractured teeth. The affected portion of a tooth is first treated and then restored using composite fillings.

Tooth filling materials come in various types, the most popular of which are tooth-colored composite fillings…Learn More

Porcelain Crowns (Caps)

Oftentimes, a portion of the tooth gets chipped off for a number of reasons. Dental crowns or caps are used to restore the teeth to its original shape and size.

A crown or a cap protects the tooth and strengthens its structure when fillings or other types of restorations will not solve the problem…Learn More

Porcelain Fixed Bridges

Porcelain fixed bridges are non-removable dental appliances used to restore teeth that are missing. They are the most popular choice among traditional dental bridges since they come quite close to natural teeth in color and appearance…Learn More

Porcelain Veneers

Dental veneers are wafer-thin, translucent porcelain laminates bonded onto the front of the teeth to improve its appearance. They are custom-made to match the size and color of the teeth.

Porcelain veneers are perfect alternatives to dental crowns where tooth damage is less serious….Learn More