An attractive smile and white teeth are the symbols of being young and successful. With the help of modern procedures in Cosmetic Dentistry, we are able to give you the dream smile you are looking for. The most important criteria are that aesthetics, form, function and appearance match together. To achieve this, we need to make sure that the proportion in the jaw and face are in harmony and is perfect. With our experienced team of specialists in different fields of dentistry, we are able to plan the best possible course of action for your smile.
This is the treatment of lightening discolored or stained teeth without altering the shape or integrity of the teeth in any way. This may be done in the office with the ZOOM system or by using take-home whitening kits.
ZOOM In-office Whitening
This procedure usually requires only one visit to the clinic. After applying a protective gel to your gums to protect the oral soft tissues a whitening agent is applied to the teeth. Our special Zoom advanced light helps to activate the gel. Each of the applications takes 15 minutes and can be repeated up to 4 times in one session.
Peroxide-containing whitening gels can bleach the tooth enamel. They are placed in a bleaching plastic tray that is formulated for each patient, according to their needs. The active ingredients in the whitening gel penetrate your teeth to break down the discolored molecules deep inside your teeth, removing stains and whitening your smile. Some gels contain potassium nitrate and fluoride, which have been shown to strengthen enamel, decrease sensitivity, and help prevent cavities.
Tooth sensitivity is a relatively common side effect of teeth whitening. If sensitivity occurs, it is often temporary and will go away once you’ve completed the whitening process.
Thin porcelain laminates can be bonded to the front teeth to close gaps or change the size, shape or color of your teeth.
After removing badly damaged or decayed material, a tooth-like “cap” is cemented in place. This treatment is used to protect, cover, support or restore a tooth that has been damaged by decay. Crowns can also be matched to your tooth color.