Cosmetics! Now a transforming smile is as close as your own image in a mirror. Starting with establishing a healthy mouth, we can personalize your smile using porcelain restorations, veneers, whitening, and other state-of-the-art treatments. We can even use computer imaging to give you a preview of your new mirror image.
Porcelain Veneers. Restore your beautiful smile with traditional porcelain veneers or super-thin Durathin veneers. Veneers are thin shells of ceramic art that are custom fit over your natural teeth in only two visits. Durathin veneers can actually restore your smile with absolutely no tooth reduction. The results are so natural you’ll wonder why you waited so long.
Go natural with implants. Implants are now a standard of care. Because there is always a machined, precise fit, implants are almost the same as having your natural teeth back again. To qualify for implants, you’ll need healthy oral tissues and jawbone ridges that are in good shape. If you’re suffering from tooth loss, let’s discuss whether implants are an option for you. Click here to see yourself.
Porcelain Crowns. When the size of a “filling” exceeds a certain proportion of the tooth, it must be replaced with a “cap” also called a “crown.” Porcelain crowns look very natural and don’t have a dark metal line. Porcelain crowns reflect light with a natural healthy glow. Ask us about less invasive, undetectable, beautiful crowns that fit teeth the way a baseball cap fits over your head
ZOOM Teeth Whitening! If you’re converned about the color of your teeth due to coffe, cigarettes, medication, or just getting a little older-we can help. Ask us how we can easily and comfortably brighten your smile. These days teeth whitening is a virtual slam dunk.
TMJ – TMD concerns. You or someone you know have probably experienced TMJ symptoms like:
- Facial pain
- Toothache without any evidence of decay or infection
- Neck or shoulder aches
- Soreness near the ear on opening or closing
- A sensing that you’ve been grinding or clenching your teeth
- A burning sensation in your mouth
- Clicking or popping noises as you open and close your mouth
- A restricted range of motion on moving your jaw
A conversation and a thorough dental examination are the first steps toward finding solutions.