Procedures Tagged With "smile"


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Cerinate Veneers

There is no need for shots, drilling, or any other form of discomfort during the procedure. Cerinate Veneers have proven to be successful and longer lasting than other forms of veneers.

Crowns & Bridges

You have one or more missing teeth due to decay or an accident. This loss changes the look of your smile, your bite, and puts stress on surrounding teeth to compensate for the lost tooth

Dental Bonding (Composite Bonding)

Dental bonding on the anterior or front teeth is an excellent method for repairing minor imperfections such as chips and stains.

Dental Implants

Having a more natural feel than traditional bridges or dentures, most implant procedures involve placing metal anchors into the bone of the jaw, allowing the anchor and bone to fuse, placing an extension or abutment in the anchor, and fixing a prosthetic tooth, or crown, on the extension.

Dental Inlays and Onlays

More conservative than a crown, inlays and onlays are two methods of restoring normal tooth structure after decay or other damage.

Mouthguards and Nightguards

Mouthguards are flexible plastic appliances worn to protect the teeth, lips, cheeks, tongue and jaw.

Porcelain Veneers

It may be hard to smile, even if you want to, when your teeth are uneven, chipped, or discolored. If this is your problem, porcelain veneers could be the solution.

Teeth Whitening

An attractive smile can take you a long way. So what happens when your pearly whites aren't so pearly and white anymore?

Tooth Contouring and Reshaping

Using a polishing instrument, the dentist removes small amounts of surface enamel of one or more teeth to compensate for the imperfections.

Waterlase Dental Laser

Waterlase (tm) is designed to not only alleviate the traditional pain that is associated with having work done, but to improve any damage or problems you may have; all the while leaving surrounding areas intact and unaffected by the lasers.

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