Nothing’s more pleasing than a beautiful smile, and if yours needs improving, we can help. When you’re speaking, eating, or laughing, you don’t have to hide your smile any longer. Today’s breakthrough cosmetic dentistry offers a host of ways to correct imperfections and they are more affordable than ever.
If your teeth are: Misshapen, Damaged, Discolored, Out of position... We have a solution that’s sure to have you smiling again!
Canker Sore Elimination​​​​​​​
We offer laser canker sore elimination.  After a treatment you will experience immediate pain relief, and the sore will completely heal in 24-72 hours.  Please note that if your canker sores last longer than two weeks, are larger, or if you feel sick or have a fever while having a canker sore, see your dentist immediately.
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
State-of-the-art CAD software allows us to design every precise detail of your restoration with accuracy, allowing us to customize the shape of the restoration to exactly fit your specific clinical needs.
Mill And Place
While you wait, exact design specification are sent to our on-site milling machine to create your restoration. About 15 minutes later, your all-ceramic, color-matched restoration is ready for placement. Your new restoration is then fitted, polished and bonded for permanence. Your tooth is restored back to its natural form, function and beauty.
Composite Bonding​​​​​​​
Do you have a tooth that is chipped, cracked, or broken?
Composite bonding may be just the thing for you.  In this relatively painless procedure, bonding is made from a tooth colored putty-like resin or plastic that is shaped to the form of the original tooth, and then hardened with a special UV light or laser.  Though not as durable as veneers, it is an inexpensive and quick procedure, and produces a natural looking smile.  With proper care, the average composite bond will last several years before needing replacement.
Dentures (Full & Partial)​​​​​​​
Dentures are artificial replacements for missing teeth that can be removed from your mouth.  While dentures take some getting used to, and will never feel exactly the same as one’s natural teeth, today’s dentures are natural looking and more comfortable than ever.
There are two main types of dentures:
– Full Denture (or complete)
– Partial Denture
You can use full or partial dentures to cover the partial or total lack of teeth.  If you’ve lost all or part of your natural teeth from a dental disease or accident, dentures can replace your missing teeth and your smile, and can last up to ten years.
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