Cosmetics (Whitening, Veneers, Crowns, Fillings)

Cosmetic dentistry has dramatically transformed the way patients feel about their teeth and how they want to share their smile. Typically, 80% of people notice your smile first before anything else when you first meet someone new, so it’s important to make a great impression. Even the smallest, subtle change can make a huge difference on the way you look and feel. With the advancements of modern cosmetic dentistry, we have the ability to improve your teeth and smile with quick, painless, affordable and beneficial treatments.


We can:
- Change the shape, size, and alignment of your teeth
- Fill in gaps or spaces between your teeth
- Improve or correct misaligned bites
- Whiten and brighten the color of your teeth
- Repair cracked, chipped, broken, or decayed teeth
- Replace one or multiple teeth
- Replace or correct old dental treatments


Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic services known. We can efficiently give you a beautiful, whiter smile, both in our office or in the comfort of your own home. It’s easy, effective, and fast.


Bonding is frequently used to repair the gaps, smaller spaces in between your teeth, or to repair any wear and tear that your teeth have experienced.


Veneers are created in a dental lab, a thin shell that’s bonded to the surface of your teeth to cover your enamel and any imperfections you may want to hide. This cosmetic service has the ability to whiten your teeth, cover or close spaces, straighten your teeth, or repair any chips or worn teeth. After a small part of the surface of your teeth are carefully removed, the veneers are bonded to the area so your teeth look and feel natural.


Crowns can be a cosmetic option or maybe a necessary one for the tooth. If a tooth is badly fractured or breaking down with decay, a crown will be placed over the tooth in order to protect it from further damage.


Tooth-Colored CompositeFillings can replace gold/silver fillings so the patient has a more natural looking tooth that blends in with the rest of the mouth.