Consider your dental hygiene habits. Do you brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day, every day? Do you regularly attend a dental checkup and cleaning at least once every six months? Now, consider your smile. Is it as beautiful as you’ve always wanted, or can it stand a touchup? Do you wish your smile were brighter, straighter, and free of those unsightly blemishes? Cosmetic imperfections can mar any smile, even in the midst of excellent oral hygiene habits. Luckily, your dentist can help improve your smile’s appearance easier than you might think with the right cosmetic dentistry treatment.
A Brighter Smile on Your Schedule
One of the most commonly-requested cosmetic dental procedures today is professional teeth-whitening, and we offer a couple of whitening systems to fit your hectic schedule. If you have a wedding or reunion coming up soon and need your smile to look it’s brightest as soon as possible, then our in-office teeth whitening treatment can brighten your smile in just one visit. Our Zoom! system utilizes a chemically-activated whitening gel that can lighten your smile up to eight shades in as little as an hour.
If you’d like to improve your smile on your own time, then our at-home whitening kits contain custom-made whitening trays that allow you to evenly apply the bleaching agent to the surfaces of your teeth. When used as directed, your at-home whitening kit can lighten your smile in just a couple of weeks.
Covering Those Pesky Imperfections
Stains and discoloration aren’t the only common cosmetic blemishes that can diminish your smile. Minor chips, odd spaces, and slightly misshapen teeth can affect the aesthetic value of your smile, as well, though even professional teeth whitening can’t address these imperfections. Porcelain veneers, which are wafer-thin shells made from dental porcelain, can be bonded to the front surfaces of your teeth to cover a number of imperfections at once. With porcelain veneers, you can provide your imperfect smile with a complete makeover in just one procedure by addressing multiple concerns simultaneously.