Cosmetic Dental Care

Cosmetic Dental Care

Teeth Whitening

Just one look at the remarkable difference teeth whitening treatments can make to the color and complexion of a patient's smile and it's easy to understand why teeth whitening has become the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the U.S.

Teeth whitening offers patients a safe and affordable solution for reversing years of eating and drinking enamel staining items like red wine, coffee, tea, and berries. You only get one chance to make a first impression, so make sure your smile dazzles by contacting our office today to find out more about our teeth whitening options.

Dental Bonding

Tooth bonding offers an affordable and lasting solution for repairing cracked, chipped or broken teeth. Using a durable dental resin, our Roxborough cosmetic dentists can shape and polish a tooth to restore it back to health. We can also color-match the resin so it blends perfectly into the existing complexion of your smile.

In addition to repairing damaged teeth, bonding can also be used to eliminate gaps, make a tooth appear longer and also change the color of a tooth. To find out more about whether dental bonding can meet your oral health needs, contact our office today to schedule your next appointment.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are incredibly thin, custom-designed shells of tooth-colored porcelain designed to cover the front of your teeth to improve appearance. Our Roxborough cosmetic dentists can bond veneer shells directly to the front of your teeth to change the color, shape, size, or length.

Placement of veneers usually takes multiple visits to our Roxborough dentistry office.

During your first visit, our dentists will prepare your teeth for the placement of the veneers by taking a mold of your teeth and removing a minuscule amount of enamel to make the necessary room. The mold will then be sent off to a lab for the creation of your custom veneers.

Once your custom-made veneers have arrived from the lab, patients will come in for their final appointment to have their veneers placed. Veneers are bonded directly to the surface of a patient's teeth and require the same kind of oral hygiene care - such as brushing and flossing daily - to maintain.