Cosmetic Dentistry

Are you unhappy with your smile?

The most important step is first discovering what you want. Thanks to modern advancements in cosmetic dentistry, more options than ever before are available to create a natural, beautiful smile.

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Life-like Porcelain Veneers
  • Natural Colored Restorations
  • And many more affordable options are available

Cosmetic Dentistry – It can really make a difference!

Have you ever asked yourself, “Could my smile be brighter?” or “Is it possible for me to get my discolored, (misshaped, chipped or crooked) teeth to look good?” Thanks to the wonders of modern cosmetic dentistry, the answer is very likely to be, “Not only is it possible, but in many cases, it’s quick, painless and surprisingly affordable.”

You may be able to spruce your mouth up with one, maybe two, of the vast array of cosmetic dental procedures available these days.


involves applying a tooth-colored synthetic enamel called composite resin to the surface of your chipped, broken or discolored teeth. The composite resin can also fill in gaps between your teeth and protect roots that are exposed due to gum recession. The entire procedure is virtually painless and is usually completed in one visit. However, complex cases may require several appointments.

Porcelain veneers

are thin, custom-made, tooth-colored shells that cover the front of your teeth. Once applied, they correct or camouflage misaligned, poorly shaped, damaged, or discolored teeth. The process of applying veneers usually involves two to three visits.

orthodontic treatment

Recent advances in orthodontic treatment, such as less visible and more effective brackets and wires, now make straightening crooked teeth more palatable for many adults. How long you’ll have to wear them depends on the severity of your problem, the health of your teeth, gums and supporting bone, and your age.

dental implants

A lost tooth or teeth can be replaced with dental implants. Dental implants are artificial teeth that are attached directly into your jaw. They’re much more secure and natural looking than dentures or bridgework, but they can be expensive and the entire process can be quite lengthy. Longtime denture wearers also benefit from implants by having their loose-fitting dentures secured to a specially designed implant attachment.