Cosmetic Dentistry Treatment Options
We offer a comprehensive scope of cosmetic dentistry treatments. Some of those options include:
Dental bonding is designed to conceal imperfections. By applying a white filling material shaded to blend with your surrounding enamel, your doctor can achieve a more beautiful, symmetrical appearance. Bonding is a conservative and affordable alternative to veneers.
Like dental bonding, porcelain veneers are designed to enhance the appearance of your front teeth. Your doctor will customize thin porcelain shells that will blend in with your teeth, covering significant flaws such as cracks or discoloration.
Unlike traditional orthodontics which uses metal wire and brackets, Invisalign® features smooth, comfortable plastic aligners. By switching to a new set of customized trays every two weeks, patients can discreetly and gently realign a crooked smile. We work closely with an orthodontist who visits our office, Dr. Shane Witherow, for the best treatment results.
Our doctors offer multiple options to achieve a brighter smile, including in-office laser whitening. We also provide Opalescence Go and customized take-home trays, which can achieve comparable results to in-office whitening. Take-home kits allow you to apply bleaching gel to pre-formed or custom-fit trays at home, which you then wear at your convenience.
BOTOX Cosmetic®, or botulinum toxin, is a protein that blocks facial muscle contractions. You do not lose any sensation in your face or skin, and you can enjoy a smoother, wrinkle-free countenance. Each BOTOX treatment generally lasts from three to four months, depending on personal factors. It is a proven, safe method for aesthetic enhancements.
This comprehensive cosmetic treatment can include recontouring or reshaping the gums or teeth for a more symmetrical, even appearance. You can also combine certain treatments, such as teeth whitening or veneers, for even more comprehensive results. Before determining this is the best option for you, your doctor can create a 3-D model to illustrate what your results will look like and to help you make a more informed decision.