What does your perfect smile look like? Find out with porcelain veneers. First, your tooth is prepared for the veneer by removing a small portion of the surface, approximately a millimeter. Next, thin sheets of porcelain, matched to the color of your natural enamel, are bonded with light-sensitive resin to the prepared tooth. Veneers are an excellent way to cover small gaps, cracks, broken teeth, and other imperfections. Discover a smile you never knew you could have.
When you opt for a full-mouth restoration, you’re not just fixing your teeth. You’re restoring balance and harmony to your entire mouth. During this treatment, we address each individual tooth one by one, to ensure it exists as a functioning part of the whole, and solve problems on a tooth-by-tooth basis. Each full-mouth restoration is personalized for the patient, and no two are the same. It may seem like a huge undertaking, but rest assured, we’ll be with you each step of the way.
This service works for patients who may need a restoration but don’t have enough healthy enamel above the gum to support it. The treatment reshapes the tissue around the gum and bone, creating a stable base in which the restoration can be supported.
Gum recontouring is perfect for patients with gummy smiles, who want a more even ratio of enamel and gum tissue. Because it exposes more of the tooth enamel, a little recontouring can go a long way. You’ll be surprised at the transformation gum recontouring can make. For patients with periodontal disease, gum recontouring can be part of a comprehensive treatment plan.
That tiny crack in your tooth – the one that seems to have a flashing sign pointing right at it whenever you look in the mirror – can be repaired with a simple process of composite bonding. After the surface enamel is prepared, tooth-colored composite material is bonded to the tooth to create a smooth, even surface. Composite bonding is generally more affordable than porcelain veneers, and can correct a range of imperfections including chips, cracks, discolorations, and gaps.
Is your smile in need of a brightening boost? Are your pearly whites no longer quite “pearly” nor “white”? Consider a smile whitening treatment from the professionals. While the causes of discoloration vary, from medication and genetics to nutrition and tobacco use, our in-office treatment from Zoom! effectively breaks down stains and whitens teeth better than brushing. If you’d prefer to whiten while you sleep, or from the comfort of your own home, ask us about tray whitening.