Cosmetic dentistry treatments available at Clifton Dental Group can transform your teeth into an appealing, beautiful smile. With decades of experience and high-quality technology in-office, the cosmetic dentistry specialists at Clifton Dental Group have transformed many smiles.
Restore Your Beautiful Smile
Eating and drinking can have a negative effect on your teeth, along with disease and injury. Are your teeth stained or physically damaged? Trust the team of experts at Clifton Dental Group to improve the appearance of your teeth. Ask us about cosmetic dentistry options available to you.
Here are some of the cosmetic procedures we offer with a brief description of each.
Bridges are vital in protecting not only the balance of your bite and chewing motion, but the integrity of your facial features as well. A person who leaves missing teeth unattended may permanently alter the shape and contour of his or her face. Bridges easily restore not only the balance of the mouth, but typically look and feel as natural as your own teeth.
The affected tooth is reshaped so that it can be augmented by a crown, which is natural-looking synthetic material, usually porcelain. This procedure is also beneficial for teeth that show wear and tear or are crooked.
To ensure the most natural and comfortable result, dentures must be custom fit to an individual's mouth and gums. Dentures that are correctly developed and fitted will restore a natural looking and secure bite and smile.
Implants utilize a titanium or ceramic root positioned within the jawbone, to which an artificial tooth or crown is attached. Implants usually look and feel most like natural teeth of any replacement procedure.
Cosmetic Fillings / Bonding
There are different composite filling materials to choose from and you and your dentist should decide which one best suits your needs. Early detection of cavities is the best way to treat them, as many can be filled without the need of drilling or needles.
For bonding, a composite resin, the color of tooth enamel, can be used to repair fissures or chips and get rid of or diminish gaps. Additionally, it can be used to fill cavities while maintaining a more natural look than traditional fillings. Bonding is not usually as permanent as porcelain veneers.