Information About Cosmetic Dentistry Services

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Injectable wrinkle relaxers, like BOTOX and Dysport, temporarily relax the muscles of the face that cause dynamic wrinkles when they contract.

Laser teeth whitening is performed in a dentist office to effectively and safely remove stains from the surface of the dental enamel for whiter teeth.

Laser gum sculpting is an effective, low-pain treatment to remove excess soft tissue covering the teeth to improve what is known as a “gummy smile.”

Thin, flat lips can be temporarily enhanced with an injectable dermal filler, like Restylane Silk, to increase volume in the upper and/or lower lip.

Porcelain veneers are thin, custom-made covers for the visible teeth to mask cosmetic imperfections while still looking natural and attractive.

A smile makeover is a customized group of cosmetic and restorative dental procedures to give the patient their most attractive and healthy smile.

Smile facelifts improve signs of aging in the face by correcting the dental arches and bite to support and lift the muscle and tissue of the face.

Cosmetic braces combine the fast, effective teeth straightening of traditional metal orthodontics, but with clear braces that are almost invisible.

Clear teeth aligners, like Invisalign and ClearCorrect, use a series of customized, removable aligners that correct the position of the teeth.

Home accelerated devices use cyclic forces applied daily by the patient to improve the rate at which braces or aligners straighten the teeth.

Microperforation accelerated therapy is performed by a dentist to speed tooth movement and reduce total treatment time with braces or aligners.

Professional dental cleanings remove built up plaque and tartar, then polish the teeth to improve the health and appearance of the teeth and gums.

Annual dental examinations allow the dentist to monitor for signs of concern and disease so preventative action or early treatment can be started.

Scaling and root planing is a nonsurgical periodontal treatment that removes built up plaque and tartar from the gum pockets and smoothes the enamel.

Tooth extraction, also known as exodontia, surgically removes teeth that are damaged, decayed, impacted, painful, or causing oral health concerns.

An oral appliance (also called a mouth or night guard) can be used as as a sleep apnea treatment to improve oxygen flow and minimize snoring.

All-on-4 dental implants are beneficial in replacing missing teeth with long-lasting, durable restorations to ensure comfort and functionality.

Dental bridges use a false tooth to replace missing teeth that are attached to crowns that go over adjecent teeth for support or dental implants.

A fixed dental crown covers a tooth that is damaged or decayed while an implant crown replaces the root with a dental implant and an attached crown.

Dental implants are beneficial for replacing one or several missing teeth and are durable enough to last for many years, ensuring full functionality.

A dental inlay or onlay (indirect dental restoration) repairs the chewing surface or the cusps of the tooth and covers decay in the teeth enamel.

Tooth-colored fillings, made of resin or porcelain, are placed to cover and protect areas of tooth decay while seamlessly matching the natural teeth.

Sedation dentistry allows patients to have mild to deep relaxation during their dental procedure using nitrous oxide, oral-conscious, or IV sedation.

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