Do you ever feel self-conscious when you smile or hide your teeth? You don’t have to! If you have cosmetic dental issues, then Sana Dental can help you. Even if you have perfect dental health, you can still be unhappy with the condition of your smile. For those with crooked, chipped, or stained teeth, explore our selection of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can help you show off your smile to the world.
If you’d like to freshen up your smile, then professional teeth whitening treatments could be the solution for you. At Sana Dental, we use a dental laser to provide teeth whitening to our patients, leaving you with long-lasting results. Learn more about the differences between at-home whitening and professional treatments to determine the best option for you.
For broken or decayed teeth, dental crowns or bridges may be the solution for you. Dental crowns can replace broken teeth, improving the overall appearance of your smile. Bridges are an ideal solution for filling in space left behind by missing teeth. To preserve the beauty and strength of your smile, the cosmetic dentistry services at Sana Dental can restore your teeth, while maintaining their natural appearance.
In cases of broken, misshapen, chipped teeth, discolored, or partially decayed teeth, dental bonding is a less invasive option that uses a composite material to sculpt your tooth using its natural color. Dental bonding can also help close unsightly gaps and smooth out your teeth for the perfect smile. It usually requires a one-trip visit without the use of anesthetic.
For missing teeth due to injury or disease, dental implants are an ideal solution. A missing tooth or teeth can affect not only the look of your smile but also hinders your ability to chew and causes your face to age quickly. Dental implants are a long-lasting option that most closely resembles your natural teeth. With the use of synthetic tooth roots, your new tooth will be durable and securely fit in your jaw. Patients with missing teeth often turn to dental implants to restore their smile.
Perhaps your tooth is too damaged for a filling, but not enough for a dental crown, so you are stuck in the middle. Placing an unnecessary dental crown removes an excessive amount of tooth structure, while a larger filling weakens the rest of the tooth eventually causing it to break. Dental inlays and onlays provide the same type of restoration but can cover different spaces of the tooth. Dental inlays fill in spaces between the rounded edges at the center of your tooth’s surface. Alternatively, onlays are usually referred to as “partial crowns” because they can cover the tooth’s entire biting surface.
For worn out smiles, facial rejuvenation can address this issue through restoration or reparation. By returning your teeth to their natural size, shape, color, and fixing any bites issues, you will both look and feel better about your smile.