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Gummy Smiles and Treatment Options

gummy-smileWhen most people smile, you see a row of teeth that look beautiful and full. Unfortunately, this is definitely not the case for some and they have what is known as a gummy smile. Gummy smiles are when you smile and there are only a small row of teeth and mainly gums. There are two causes for gummy smiles and they both can be treated using different dental procedures. One of the first steps for you to take would be to visit the dentist and get a diagnosis and best treatment option that happens to be available to you. Continue reading

Beauty of Cosmetic Dentistry

If you have years of wear and tear on your teeth, it can be difficult to look in the mirror and imagine to ever have a beautiful smile.If you want to strengthen the structure of your teeth, improve your oral health and look younger, then cosmetic dentistry is for you. We know what the power a beautiful smile can bring and we are here to help you look younger and feel more confident with our cosmetic dentistry procedures.

What Is Cosmetic Dentistry?

General dental work is usually focused on the best ways to improve daily functioning for speaking, and eating. Improvements with the appearance of your smile is what cosmetic dentistry focuses on. The outcome can be greater confidence in yourself, the ability and desire to smile more and higher self esteem. Continue reading

Cosmetic Procedures to Achieve a Beautiful and Healthy Smile

healthy smileIf you are self conscious about your smile and are wondering what options are available to you, you came to the right place. Whether your smile is hindered by teeth that are short, long, chipped, broken, discolored, misaligned, or have a gap, there is a cosmetic procedure available that fixes it and gives you the celebrity smile you have always wanted.

Zoom
Zoom is a whitening process completed in one hour. This procedure is quick, effective and safe and will lighten your teeth up to eight shades. Continue reading

Treatment Options for a Cracked Tooth

cracked toothA cracked tooth can happen for any number of reasons, ranging from facial trauma to biting into a popcorn kernel. In many cases you can tell right away that you have a cracked tooth, either due to pain, sensitivity, or feeling the damage with your tongue. Other times cracks may be discovered during your regular dental exam. Whatever the situation, cracked tooth repair should be done as soon as possible, to prevent further damage or decay in the compromised area.

Treatment Options
• Dental Bonding
Composite bonding is a way to repair chipped, cracked, decayed, discolored and gapped teeth. Composite bonding can last many years. Continue reading