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Cosmetic Dentistry

First Visit 

On your first visit, we will hold a consultation with before we begin any type of treatment or procedure. This will allow us to assess what needs to be done in order to improve your smile.


Your needs come first and we want to walk you through the procedures so this is the 

perfect time for you to ask any questions you have with our dentist such as:


  • Are there any special care instructions before and after the procedure?

  • What are the pros and cons?

  • How much will this cost? 

  • Are there financing options available?

  • How long will this treatment last?


During this first consultation, you will also do x-rays and tests to assess your needs. Our cosmetic dentist will be able to tailor fit  your treatment to your unique smile. We will also discuss the plan for treatment: how long the process will take, and how many visits you need in order to complete the treatment.

Dental Equipment


A dental veneer is a thin, porcelain molding customized to cover the front of a tooth. Each porcelain veneer is bonded onto the front of a tooth to create an aesthetically pleasing smile. Veneers can flawlessly cover broken, chipped, discolored, crooked or gapped teeth. This customized cosmetic dentistry can be used on just a few teeth, or they can be placed on all your prominent teeth. The transformation not only creates the perfect smile you’ve always wanted, it also protects tooth structure and strengthens teeth.



Dental Bonding

Dental bonding acts as a replacement for missing enamel and dentin.  The bonding materials act as a replacement for missing enamel and dentin providing durable protection and enhancement for your teeth. Whether your teeth are stained, cracked, or mildly misaligned, cosmetic dental bonding can often be used to quickly restore your beautiful smile and confidence. 



Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening or tooth bleaching, is a cosmetic dentistry procedure designed to remove stains and discoloration, as well as lighten pigmentation within the teeth. The level of whiteness that can be achieved will depend on the level of discoloration of the teeth and how they came to be stained. Teeth that are brown or yellow due to coffee, tea, or smoking stains will generally lighten four to five shades. Teeth that are gray due to pigmentation within the teeth will lighten two to three shades. Teeth whitening can be done in one of two ways: in-office or at-home tooth whitening kits provided by our cosmetic dentist. 



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We encourage you to contact us with any questions or comments you may have. Please call our office or use the quick contact form below.

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