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Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry delicately balances science, art, creativity, and natural beauty.

Cosmetic dentistry comes in many forms from minimally invasive procedures such as cosmetic re-shaping of the teeth, to full mouth reconstruction, or combinations of treatments.

Cosmetic dentistry combines a dentist’s knowledge, creativity and skill. However, it takes an entire team to be successful in exceeding the needs, desires and expectations of each patient in the creation or re-creation of a radiant and natural looking smile.

How’s your smile?

Have you recently taken a close look at your face and smile? Do you like what you see? Would you appreciate a change? Would you like to see a whiter, straighter or more attractive smile? If so, now is the time to explore what cosmetic dentistry has to offer.

The following questions are designed to help identify elements of your smile that you do not like. They will help clarify what you would like to see at the completion of treatment.

Patient Smile Assessment:

  • Do you like to smile wide enough to show your teeth?
  • When you look in the mirror, do you like the way your teeth look?
  • In social situations are you embarrassed by your smile?
  • Are you satisfied with the "whiteness" of your teeth?
  • Are there spaces between your teeth? Are they getting bigger?
  • Do you have any chips or cracks on your teeth?
  • Are you missing any teeth? If so, for how long?
  • Do you have any crooked teeth?
  • Do you feel your teeth are too long? Too short?
  • Are you pleased with the shapes and position of your teeth?
  • Are you interested in improving the appearance of your teeth?
  • Do you show a lot of your gums when you smile?
  • Are you familiar with the benefits of implants?
  • Do your teeth or gums hurt?
  • Are you anxious or fearful of treatment?
  • Are you interested in aesthetic (cosmetic) dentistry?
  • Would you like to learn more about modern cosmetic procedures?
  • If you could change something about your smile, what would it be?

The following is a list of cosmetic procedures offered at the Center for Smile Enhancement:

Cosmetic Contouring

Cosmetic contouring or re-contouring is the simple re-shaping of certain aspects of a tooth or teeth to improve aesthetics. Most often it involves smoothing rough or chipped edges or altering the length.

Teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is perhaps the most commonly recommended cosmetic dentistry procedure.

Implant Restoration

Implant restoration for replacement of missing teeth.

Porcelain Veneers

Tooth Colored Fillings

Ceramic (metal free) Crowns and Bridges

Orthodontics (Invisalign, removable appliances, traditional braces)

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