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Cosmetic Dentistry

Bring your smile back to life.

Teeth Whitening

Over time, it is common for teeth to turn a yellow, brown, or grey hue. This is a normal process as we age, but it can be treated with teeth whitening. Our teeth whitening procedure works to significantly whiten and brighten teeth that have become discolored over time, leaving you with a more vibrant smile that you can feel confident in.


Amalgam Fillings and Removal

Amalgam fillings (also referred to as silver fillings) were previously popular for many patients but are now being replaced by composite fillings that match the color of the tooth. Many of our patients request that these amalgam fillings are removed for reasons of appearance and health precautions. Our dentists can evaluate your amalgam fillings and plan for replacement with composite fillings. However, amalgam fillings may be used in situations where they are more effective in filling cavities that exist in a moist environment.

Dental Veneers

Front teeth that are badly stained, misshaped, or crooked can be drastically improved by veneers placed on the surface of the teeth. Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain (or other material) cemented over the front of your teeth to change their color or shape. Patients may choose veneers over bonding because of their high resistance to permanent staining, longer life expectancy, and color stability.

Dental Crown

Over time our teeth begin to weaken and become more susceptible to problems such as cavities, cracking, and discoloration (or other specific cases such as a cracked root canal or large filling replacement). If you are experiencing any of these issues, the dentist may recommend a crown.

Dental Bridge

A missing tooth affects more that just the appearance of your smile. It can cause structural changes to your mouth and jaw, making it difficult to eat or speak properly. A dental bridge can be used to fix these issues while maintaining a natural-looking appearance. The dentist will use the teeth on either side of the missing tooth to create a bridge across the vacant area. Porcelain, gold, or metal alloys are used to make the bridge, ensuring its strength and durability, and the bridge is then cemented into place. Your dental bridge may take a little while to get used to but should feel like your own teeth again after a few days.