Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry can be a variety of things, from veneers to implants, we have you covered. We provide a quality experience for all our patients who are looking for cosmetic dentistry procedures. Our reviews and reputation speaks to the care we provide our patients. To get more information on the precise cosmetic dentistry procedures we provide, see the pages and information below.


  • Very durable, thin, tooth shaped porcelain cover (tooth colored)
  • Bonded onto front teeth for a beautiful smile
  • Eliminates crooked, misshapen, discolored teeth
  • Cosmetically corrects small, worn, or chipped teeth
  • Eliminates unwanted spaces between teeth
  • Requires 2 visits and little or no anesthesia

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  • Used to change the color of enamel
  • Simple, non-invasive treatment that enhances your smile
  • Restorations performed prior to whitening may require replacement
  • Not permanent – touch ups will be required on an as needed basis
  • Chair-side and/or take-home options are provided

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  • Implants are an artificial root (non-visible part of the tooth) that a periodontist or an oral surgeon places in the jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge
  • Implants can support a bridge, eliminating the need for a partial denture, or a full denture, making it more secure, comfortable and less bulky than conventional dentures
  • Implants are often a better choice than a fixed bridge because the neighboring teeth can be left intact
  • Teeth replaced using implants have a very natural look and feel
  • Implants can last a lifetime under proper conditions

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  • Dentures are a removable appliance that replaces missing teeth
  • Complete dentures are used when all the teeth in the upper or lower arch are missing
  • Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain
  • Conventional dentures are used after all the teeth have been removed and the gum tissue has healed
  • Immediate dentures are made in advance and used right after the teeth have been removed, preventing the patient from being without teeth during the healing process
  • Dentures are durable and will last many years, but they may require repair, adjustment or remaking due to normal wear
  • Dentures require several appointments over a few weeks



  • Root canals are necessary when the nerve of a tooth is affected by decay or infection or when injury or trauma to that tooth call for this procedure
  • Root canals save teeth that would otherwise die and have to be removed
  • Removing teeth will ultimately be more costly and cause significant problems to adjacent teeth
  • Root canals require one or more visits and are preferably performed by an endodontist

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  • Fixed (non-removable) durable appliance
  • Fills the space of  one or more missing teeth
  • Maintains facial shape and prevents teeth from “drifting”
  • Restores speaking and chewing ability
  • Requires 2 or more visits
  • Restores your occlusion (bite) and smile

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  • Tooth colored
  • Used to repair chipped, cracked or broken teeth
  • Used to restore decayed or worn teeth
  • Usually placed in a single appointment
  • Very durable with proper home care and diet, which will prolong their longevity

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  • A crown encases the entire tooth restoring its size and shape
  • Used on teeth that cannot be restored with fillings
  • Several types of materials and porcelains used – case dependent
  • Usually requires 2 appointments
  • A temporary crown will be in place between appointments
  • Very durable and esthetic

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