Don't Deal with those Stained Front Teeth any Longer


When your front teeth are stained, it can be downright embarrassing. If you fail to smile or hide your teeth when you talk, you are ready to take care of the stains with a form of cosmetic dentistry.

This form of dentistry is non-invasive, yet allows you to perfect your smile, making it possible to smile and talk without hiding any longer. Doesn't that sound like a much better solution?

Dental Veneers

If you have stains that cannot be whitened any longer, dental veneers are a great choice. They are small sheets of porcelain that lay over your existing enamel. The procedure is simple and only requires us to remove a small portion of your enamel to ensure a proper fit of the veneer, enabling you to close your mouth with ease. The veneers remain on your teeth for many years and with proper care can continue to remain looking good during that time.

Dental Bonding

If your front teeth need more than just a cosmetic change, but need a little strength to, dental bonding will help. This form of cosmetic dentistry is a resin that is applied to the teeth and then formed. The resin will match the color of your existing teeth and is very easy to form into the proper shape to match the rest of your mouth. Dental bonding provides the durability that a tooth that was chipped or decayed, might need in addition to the cosmetic aspect of it.

If you are tired of your smile, please call our office for a consultation today!


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