Smile Bigger, Smile Brighter
Porcelain veneers are thin ceramic coverings that are fitted to the front of the teeth, and can give you everything from a minor touch-up to a dramatic makeover in just a few appointments. They are always custom-made, so you can trust the end result to be exactly what you want.
Veneers have long been one of the most popular cosmetic treatments, and the reason is simple: they can fix a variety of aesthetic flaws with just a simple procedure, including:
- Permanent stains
- Misshaped teeth
- Undersized teeth
- Slightly crooked teeth
Veneers are thin ceramic coverings that are fitted to the front of the teeth, and can give you everything from a minor touch-up to a dramatic makeover in just a few appointments. They are always custom-made, so you can trust the end result to be exactly what you want.
The appearance of your smile is just as important as its health, which is why we use metal-free, all-porcelain restorations. Dental porcelain is strong and durable, and easily matched to the shade of your natural teeth. With this material, we can create restorations that look so close to your real teeth, you may have trouble telling them apart!
If you have small stain, chips, or gaps that bother you, we can help with composite bonding. Dr. V will place a color-matched composite resin on your compromised tooth and give you a much happier smile! The procedure is fast, painless, and the results can be trusted to last.
There are plenty of whitening products available on store shelves today. However, to get the best results, we can provide you with your own professional-grade Opalescence take-home whitening kit. The kit consists of mouth trays specially designed for your smile as well as a powerful bleaching gel. Simply use the kit as directed for approximately two weeks, and your smile can be shades whiter!
Restorations are not the only part of your mouth that can affect your smile. Gum recontouring can correct gum recession or “gummy” smiles, helping you feel more comfortable and confident! We can also correct areas of the gum line that may have been altered due to tooth loss or trauma.