What is Cosmetic Dentistry?
Cosmetic Dentistry can provide a better smile!
Cosmetic dentistry is one of several branches of dentistry that handles the improvement and appearance of the teeth. In addition, the procedures to focus on the function of the teeth too. Using various tools and techniques, Dr. Mina Tadros, can improve tooth color, shape, alignment and other factors that affect the overall appearance of your smile.
Have you ever tried to hide your teeth when meeting someone new? Do you refuse to smile in photos? If you dread smiling because you don’t like the appearance of your teeth, cosmetic dentistry might be the solution. Cosmetic dentistry enhances the look of your teeth to help you achieve a smile you can be proud to show off to everyone you meet.
We offer a variety of services to improve any smile:
Veneers: Thin porcelain that is bonded to your teeth to hide discoloration, chipped teeth or gaps between the teeth.
Dental Bonding: Inexpensive, brief and virtually painless, dental bonding can close gaps between teeth, improve tooth shape or fix chipped teeth.
Opalescence Boost teeth whitening: Get brighter and whiter teeth in less than an hour with this in-office whitening treatment.
Bleaching Trays: Whiten your teeth from the comfort of your own home with bleaching trays specially designed to fit your teeth.
Exam and Cleaning. Regular dental exams and cleanings are essential components of caring for your oral health. Stopping by the dentist every six months is needed to prevent cavities. In addition, it protects your mouth from serious dental issues down the road.
Dental Implants. Can fill the gap of where your missing tooth was. This prevents any of the negative consequences of missing teeth. Dental implants even prevent bone loss that often accompanies missing teeth. They look natural and don’t require any special care. If you have more than one tooth missing, dental implants are an excellent alternative to slippery dentures.
Crowns. If you have a cavity that is changing the appearance of your teeth or causing further tooth decay, a crown might be right for you. An essential part of root canal treatment, dental crowns can help restore your smile, protect your teeth and bring them back to their original size and shape.