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Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Dental bonding and contouring can correct certain cosmetic flaws in the teeth in order to enhance your smile for a more aesthetically appealing look.

KöR home teeth whitening works to diminish discoloration, yellowing, and stains on the teeth through convenient, at-home whitening kits.

Porcelain dental veneers can enhance and restore your smile by placing personalized covers to the front of the teeth for an improved appearance.

A smile makeover can consist of several restorative and/or cosmetic dental procedures to restore the function and appearance of a smile.

Traditional metal braces can help to straighten the teeth over time and can correct overcrowding, gapping, and/or misalignment for a healthier smile.

Zoom! teeth whitening can be provided as both in-office and/or at-home treatments to allow you to gain a brighter, whiter smile over time.

Professional dental cleanings can help to maintain and improve your oral health, while also detecting dental issues before they develop further.

Dental exams are essential for maintaining overall good oral health in order to identify oral concerns that may require treatment.

Dental sealants are thin, flexible coatings that are used to protect the molars and premolars in order to prevent against cavities and decay.

Emergency dental care is provided after-hours for urgent situations of a trauma or an injury to the mouth, as well as for a painful dental issue.

Pediatric dentistry is offered for infants, young children, and teens in order to help them maintain and/or gain a healthy smile.

Tooth-colored fillings are made from composite resin and are used to treat areas of cavities and decay in the teeth in order to protect the area.

Tooth extractions may be needed to take out a tooth that is above the gumline or impacted teeth, such as the wisdom teeth, to preserve oral health.

All-on-4 dental implants provide long-lasting restorations to replace several missing teeth in order to restore functionality and appearance.

An apicoectomy may be needed following a root canal treatment if bacteria is still present or has the possibility of coming back to cause infection.

Bone grafting may be necessary in order to strengthen the jawbone after an instance of trauma, injury, or due to missing teeth.

Dental bridges can be fixed or removable restorations to replace one or several missing teeth in order to prevent remaining teeth from shifting.

Dental crowns work to protect worn down or damaged teeth and are created from various materials in order to maintain your smile.

Dental implants provide durable, long-lasting restorations to restore a single or several missing teeth through surgically placed metal posts.

Dentures can be used for full or partial restoration of missing teeth, and they are comfortable and easily removable for cleaning and sleeping.

Full-mouth reconstruction may consist of multiple restorative dental treatments to replace missing teeth and protect existing ones.

Implant-retained bridges are a sturdy, comfortable replacement of missing teeth in order to revitalize and rejuvenate your smile.

Implant-supported dentures are connected to metal posts, offering a more stable option to dentures that will not move around once in place.

Root canal therapy becomes necessary when the inner pulp of a tooth becomes infected and the decayed area needs to be removed to protect the tooth.

Nitrous oxide sedation is available during dental treatments to allow for more comfortable, relaxed dental procedures for patients.

TMJ therapy may include the use of night guards to help combat against the sign and symptoms of temporomandibular joint dysfunction.

A bite analysis can evaluate your bite to identify an overbite, underbite, or crossbite that may need to be treated through additional procedures.

Digital x-rays allow for a more thorough view of your dental health during a comprehensive dental exam or prior to a procedure.

Intraoral cameras capture advanced images of hard-to-reach areas of the mouth in order to more accurately diagnose and treat oral conditions.

Mouth guards are custom made to be worn during physical activities, such as high-contact sports, to protect the teeth, gums, and jawbone.

Night guards can protect your teeth at nighttime while you sleep and diminish the unpleasant symptoms associated with teeth grinding.

Retainers are available in several different forms to help keep your teeth from shifting after an orthodontic treatment process.

Gum contouring utilizes advanced laser technology to eliminate the appearance of a "gummy" smile by revealing more of the tooth's root.

Gum grafting can be used to treat gum recession caused by periodontal disease in order to restore the look of your smile and your overall oral health.

Periodontal disease can occur at varying stages and greatly affect your overall gum health, requiring thorough treatments.

Scaling and root planing is a comprehensive, deep cleaning of below the gumline to treat the earliest stage of gum disease, also known as gingivitis.

Excessive bad breath, also known as halitosis, may be caused by an underlying oral condition and may need to be treated by removing buildup.

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