Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Home teeth whitening kits are customized to fit the needs of each patient's aesthetic goals that they can achieve at their own home.

Cosmetic teeth whitening with KöR treatments can be provided in order to eliminate stains and yellow discoloration on the teeth.

Porcelain veneers can help to conceal crooked, chipped, or stained areas by placing a porcelain cover over the tooth for a natural, enhanced smile.

A smile makeover may combine several different cosmetic dental procedures to enhance both the appearance and functionality of your smile.

Tooth-colored fillings are used to treat cavities and areas of decay after they have been cleaned out by filling in the area with composite resin.

3D impressions are taken using the technology of intraoral cameras to capture digital images of the mouth and teeth for more accurate restorations.

3D oral imaging offers a full view of the mouth and teeth for a comprehensive assessment of your oral health and any possible issues.

A bite analysis can identify a poor bite or a dental malocclusion by assessing how the teeth fit together through a series of examinations.

Routine professional dental cleanings help you to maintain and improve your oral health and can help to catch any areas of decay or disease.

Comprehensive dental examinations allow for preventive treatment of oral disease, tooth decay, as well as an evaluation of your bite and jawbone.

Dental sealants provide protection from cavities and tooth decay through the use of thin coating placed on the back teeth in the mouth.

Dentures can be provided for both full and partial restoration of the upper and/or lower arch in order to restore the full functionality of teeth.

Digital x-rays provide a thorough image of your teeth and gums that can be used to diagnose any occurring dental and/or oral conditions.

Emergency dental care is offered after a trauma or injury to the teeth, mouth, or jaw and can be imperative to restoring your oral health.

Family dental care allows every member of your family the ability to maintain, restore, and/or enhance their oral health through various treatments.

Custom-made mouth guards help to protect the teeth and jaw during physical contact sports as well as low impact sports to preserve your oral health.

Night guards help to combat the effects of teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, in order to protect both the teeth and jaw while you sleep.

TMJ therapy can include multiple different treatments in order to treat the unpleasant symptoms and side effects of TMD that affect the jaw.

Bone grafting is performed in order to restrengthen and prepare the jawbone prior to a secondary dental procedure such as the placement of an implant.

Dental implants can replace several lost teeth in order to restore the full functionality and aesthetic appearance of your smile.

Implant-retained bridges offer a long-lasting solution to restore your smile by replacing several missing teeth for both appearance and function.

Implant-retained crowns can restore a lost tooth or teeth for a longer-lasting restoration that is both comfortable and secure.

Implant-supported dentures offer a more durable solution to traditional dentures in order to replace missing teeth for a pleasing smile.

A dental bonding and contouring procedure to fix small cosmetic flaws in your smile by using composite resin to mask imperfections.

A cracked tooth can cause significant pain and other symptoms, but it can be treated through several treatment options depending on the type of crack.

Dental bridges can be fixed or removable, and are made of various materials to fill in gaps in your smile for healthier overall oral health.

Dental crowns can be made from multiple materials to offer restoration for a single tooth and treat decay, a crack, or to mask discoloration.

A full-mouth reconstruction procedure can enhance the health of your mouth and teeth by eliminating decay, repairing broken and cracked teeth, etc.

Dental inlays and onlays can help to repair a damaged or decayed tooth using composite resin, porcelain, or metal restoration.

A root canal procedure is necessary to treat severe decay that has spread to the inner portion of the tooth to remove the infected pulp.

A tooth extraction may be required to repair a severely damaged or broken tooth, as well as to surgically remove wisdom teeth under the gums.

A crown lengthening procedure helps to correct a "gummy" smile by removing excess, overgrown gum tissue for a more sculpted, even gumline.

Gum graft surgery may be performed to repair your gums, cover your teeth, and create a more aesthetically appealing smile by adding gum tissue.

Periodontal/gum surgery may be performed for several reasons including to treat advanced stages of gum disease or to cosmetically enhance your smile.

Gingivitis is the first stage of periodontal (gum) disease, and it can lead to a more severe and advanced gum infection if left untreated.

Gum contouring can be performed to cosmetically enhance your smile by reshaping your gumline or to help prevent bacteria from developing in the gums.

Scaling and root planing is a treatment for the earliest stage of gum disease (gingivitis) by deep cleaning the gum pockets to prevent buildup.

Nitrous oxide sedation, also known as laughing gas, can help patients with fear or anxiety feel more relaxed and comfortable during treatment.

Oral-conscious sedation allows patients to feel at ease both before and during their routine or advanced dental treatment or procedure.