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Cosmetic Dentistry and Restoration

A smile is about more than dental health. Cosmetic dentistry can improve the aesthetics of your smile to enhance your confidence, self-esteem and even opportunities in both your social and professional life. We offer multiple cosmetic dentistry options to help you obtain the smile of your dreams.

Ceramic Crowns

Crowns are caps that are fit onto a broken or spaced tooth in order to cover cracks, gaps or deformities that detract from its appearance. Ceramic crowns offer a natural-looking option that mimics the appearance of the tooth and provides strength and stability, as well as improved beauty.

Cosmetic Bonding and Veneers

Beautiful looking teeth can be achieved through a variety of options. Through a consultation with our team of dental experts, you will be guided toward the choice that is best for the enhancement of your smile.

Cosmetic bonding can be applied to the teeth to fill in spaces, as well as imperfections and visible defects. Through the use of composite resin, dental bonding can restore the entire front surface of a tooth or multiple teeth. Bonding and veneers offer the opportunity to transform your smile in a natural-looking, undetectable way that will blend in seamlessly with the surrounding teeth.

Tooth Whitening

Our quick and easy tooth whitening surface can lighten yellowed and stained teeth by several shades, to result in a dazzling smile. An advanced onsite whitening service provides the ideal solution for many patients, and we also offer an at-home servicing kit for patients that prefer the comfort of performing the procedure on their own schedule.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is a realistic replacement for missing or badly damaged teeth, which can be used to replace one tooth or multiple teeth in a row. Dental bridges can improve both the functionality and appearance of your mouth.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is another option to replace missing teeth, which look and function just like a natural tooth. While bridges are placed in the mouth by anchoring the bridge piece to existing teeth on either side, a dental implant can be attached to the underlying bone of the missing tooth, allowing for a secure hold. Once integrated, the implant fully fuses to the bone, resulting in a permanent solution for oral restoration.