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Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Semi-annual professional dental cleanings remove built-up plaque and tartar to prevent oral problems, then polishes the enamel for a beautiful smile.

A professional dental examination assesses the patient's oral health, including the teeth, gums, and jaw for any areas of concern or current problems.

Dental sealants are applied to the premolars and molars as a barrier against bacterial infections, plaque, and tartar, which may cause cavities.

To prevent tooth decay and strengthen the dental enamel, a professional fluoride treatment can be administered for developing or weak teeth.

Tooth-colored fillings are a composite resin material that fill in cavities after they are cleaned to prevent the decay from spreading to other teeth.

To make small cosmetic improvements in the smile, dental bonding and contouring applies resin and shapes the teeth for a more attractive smile.

From fast, in-office laser whitening treatments to custom home whitening kits with professional-level bleach, it is easy to get a brighter smile.

For larger areas of tooth decay that cannot be repaired with a tooth-colored filling, an inlay or onlay can be used to protect and restore the tooth.

To camouflage cosmetic imperfections in the smile, porcelain veneers are customized to fit over the front of the teeth for a natural appearance.

Mild sedation with nitrous oxide (commonly known as laughing gas) can help a patient's anxiety and ease discomfort during a routine dental procedure.

Occlusal therapy can be used to protect the teeth during sleep or activities with mouth guards and nights guards or to treat pain from TMD disorder.

Root canal therapy removes the soft inner pulp from the tooth when it becomes infected, then uses pulp filling or a crown to protect the tooth.

The DIAGNOdent Cavity Detector locates hidden decay during an oral exam and with treatment, stops the spread of disease before it destroys the tooth.

Oral DNA testing allows the dentist to detect oral health problems, like gum disease, in their early stages for personalized care and treatment.

Scaling and root planing (SRP) treats early stages of gum disease by removing plaque and bacteria from the gum pockets, then smoothes the enamel.

Simple and surgical tooth extractions remove a tooth or teeth that is causing pain, is infected, is causing other problems, or is severely damaged.

A dental bridge (or partial dentures) replaces a gap in the teeth with a false tooth attached to one or more crowns for stability and support.

Dental crowns repair and restore enamel damage ( a crack or decay) with a custom cap that protects the tooth while blending with the natural smile.

For a more secure fit, a crown, a bridge or dentures can be attached to dental implants(or screws) in the jawbone that replace the natural tooth root.

Removable dentures can replace all of a patient's teeth (complete dentures) or some of the teeth (partial dentures) that can be taken out as needed.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.