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Cosmetic dentistry

Did you know 48% of people have untagged themselves from a photo on social media because of their smile?

Cosmetic dentistry describes any dental procedure that improves the appearance of teeth, but not necessarily the function or health of teeth. Most cosmetic dentistry procedures are non-essential, but can offer an array of benefits.


Tooth bonding

Tooth bonding is used to change shape or color of teeth. Your natural tooth is fused with a bonding material to create a strong tooth that looks like your original tooth. Learn more


Dental crowns

Crowns restore weak, cracked, discolored, or misshapen tooth to its original shape, color and size and make your tooth stronger. Learn more


Dental veneers

Extremely thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored material designed to improve the appearance of your smile. Learn more


Teeth whitening

Did you know any food or drink that can stain your clothing can stain your teeth? Learn more


Dental bridges

Restore a missing tooth, correct your bite, and help to maintain your face shape with a dental bridge by controlling movement of adjacent teeth. Learn more

What types of treatments are considered cosmetic dentistry?

What Can Cosmetic Dentistry Improve?

  • Crooked teeth
  • Chipped broken teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Teeth that are too short or too long
  • Stained or discolored teeth

Though cosmetic dentistry is largely focused on the aesthetics of teeth, which improves confidence and quality of life, there are some health benefits of cosmetic dentistry.

What are the Health Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry?

  • Orthodontic procedures can make it easier to clean between and reach teeth, reducing the chances of decay, infection, and other periodontal diseases.
  • Cosmetic dentistry can reduce bruxism (the grinding of teeth), which in return improves the long-term strength of your teeth.
  • Cosmetic procedures can fix broken, chipped or cracked teeth making them stronger and reducing the chance of future complications with additional chipping or breaking.
  • By improving your smile you are improving confidence and quality of life. It is scientifically proven that smiling activates neural messaging in your brain. This not only improves happiness, but your overall health by releasing dopamine, endorphins and serotonin - fighting of stress, lowering the heart rate and blood pressure, and also acting as a natural pain reliever.

If you are interested in improving the appearance of your smile, find a location near you and schedule your dental appointment today!