If you suffer with dental stain, missing teeth, chipped or decaying dentition, or misshapen or crooked teeth, a consultation with your cosmetic dentist will reveal the many options available that can enhance your smile, and literally change your appearance for the better.
Dental stain – Neglect, tobacco use, certain foods and beverages, illness, medications, or over-fluoridation can result in discoloration or dental stain. A professional cleaning is the first step to repairing stain … your dentist will perform a dental exam to determine your best options to eradicate stain. In many cases, teeth whitening is an affordable and easily achieved means to brighten your smile.
Whether you choose the quickest response with in-office whitening or opt for at home care, you will have the assurance that you are receiving the most powerful whitening agents available; and with following the instructions you will receive you will achieve the optimum results.
Dental bonding with tooth colored resin can resolve many dental maladies. Chipped dental enamel is repaired; stubborn spots can be blended away; and decay is repaired. Using this strong tooth colored material is safe and provides a nearly invisible repair.
Porcelain veneers provide a minimally invasive procedure whereby damaged teeth are covered with wafer thin shells. Veneers are made to match surrounding teeth in color, shape, and size so chipped, misshapen, or severely stained dentition can be repaired quickly.
Missing teeth impact the ability to eat, speak, and smile with ease and confidence. Dental implants are small titanium units that are surgically placed in gum tissue where tooth loss has occurred. During the following months, jaw bone will graft to the implant providing a solid base to support the final restoration.
Once finished and the restoration has been cemented in place, the patient will enjoy the closest thing to having their original teeth back … eating the foods most loved; speaking clearly; and smiling without fear of slippage or embarrassment due to missing teeth.
Dental crowns are used to save broken or badly decayed teeth; as the final step to seal the opening made from root canal therapy; to support fixed dental prostheses; and to cover dental implants. Crowns have been around much longer than many other cosmetic enhancements available … they are a tried and tested successful option.
To learn more about the cosmetic dental services we offer, contact Howl Dental at 918-749-1626 and schedule a consultation today.