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Choosing Your Cosmetic Dental Treatments

Wanting to enhance the appearance of your smile can leave you with a lot of options. Cosmetic dentistry offers a wide range of options and it’s easy to become overwhelmed when you’re trying to decide which treatment is right for you!

Composite bonding

Tooth colored bonding is perfect for repairing areas of tooth discrepancies like chipped or broken enamel. It’s also ideal for closing small gaps between the teeth! The application process is simple and takes less than an hour to complete. 

Teeth whitening

If you’re happy with how your teeth look but just need them to be whiter, professional teeth whitening can lighten your teeth by several shades and making them look much younger. Custom whitening trays and in-office whitening can give you significant results that no over the counter product are capable of. 

Dental veneers

Porcelain dental veneers are placed over the front of the teeth to create teeth that look straighter, whiter, and perfectly shaped. They provide an instant transformation for your entire smile. Together with your dentist, you’ll design the size, shape, and color of teeth that you’ve always wanted to have. 

Dental implants

Are you missing a tooth? Dental implants provide a straightforward approach to replacing your missing teeth, no matter how many there are! Implants are just like having real teeth again. The stable artificial roots can support porcelain crowns, bridges, or even dentures.

Are you ready to have the smile that you’ve always wanted? It’s time to schedule a private exam and consult with your dentist. At your appointment you will discuss which treatments are an option for you so that you can choose a combination of treatments that fit your individual needs.

Posted on behalf of Gold Hill Dentistry

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